Please be advised that the contents of this article are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The views and opinions expressed herein reflect the perspective of Subliminal Club and should not be interpreted as professional medical guidance. If you have any questions or concerns about your health or the potential impact of subliminal audio, it is imperative to reach out to a qualified medical practitioner.
That being said, there’s nothing in any of our titles that’s inherently addictive. Anything that evokes a pleasurable reaction can become addictive, including binging on junk food, or recreational drugs. But everyone has a different reaction to listening to a subliminal audio title. Many feel nothing at first and only notice a change in their habits over time. Some may feel a bit sleepy, others may feel more motivated to tackle their goals. Some just don’t feel a thing and think it’s all a bust (hence why we have our 30-day no questions asked refund policy). And yes, some may feel some sense of pleasure after listening.
Still: There’s no single, consistent, universal response to subliminal audio (unlike taking a recreational drug), and you can see this for yourself by asking on our customer forum. Because of this fact, claiming that subliminal audio is inherently addictive is false.
And no, there’s nothing in our titles that’s gonna “hypnotize” or compel you into doing something you don’t want to do. If that was a thing, making subliminal titles would be a piece of cake, and we’d all be rolling in cash and living the dream. But let’s be real, everyone’s different, and there’s no magic script that’s gonna make everyone act the same, or make everyone take a particular action.
Our subliminals are like your personal hype crew. They’re designed so that you, the user, can express the script through your own unique vibe. Instead of some subliminal producer telling you what you should be doing, our subliminals are all about bringing out the superstar in you. They’re like that best buddy who knows your potential and keeps pushing you to go for gold. So — instead of getting a cookie-cutter plan, you’re basically getting a backstage pass to your own rockin’ potential. It’s about you taking the wheel and cruising down your own highway, with our subliminals turning up the tunes in the backseat.
Picture this: You’ve got someone you totally look up to, or maybe even someone who makes your heart skip a beat, whispering sweet nothings in your ear. They’re saying that you’ve got what it takes to chase your dreams down, or if you’re running a romance-focused title, that you’re pure gold and totally deserving of finding your perfect match. Basically, they’re hyping you up as the MVP of awesomeness. That’s what Zero Point is about. It’s just positive scripting all around.
Those who have a sound, balanced mind and a pretty steady life usually have a good mix of positivity coming their way on a daily basis. It could be from nailing it at work, or maybe getting involved in cool activities like martial arts. There’s also a good chance they have a super supportive family or partners who are like positivity powerhouses. And let’s be real, we all need that dose of positivity daily. It’s like fuel for your tank, keeps you feeling awesome and ready to conquer.
But, if your life’s running low on that steady stream of positivity and you find yourself emotionally hungry for something, anything, to fill that emotional void – kinda like reaching for a bag of chips or getting sucked into a video game playing marathon, or even binging pornographic material – that’s when the line can get blurry. Some might be tempted to use subliminal audios as an emotional pick-me-up.
It’s essential to remember that’s not what they’re meant for.
It’s just like anything else in life, balance is key. You wouldn’t spend all day, every day in the gym because you’d stall your progress. The same thing happens when you practice a sport non-stop – you need rest and recovery time to truly get better. Overusing subliminal audio, contrary to its intended use, can lead to the same snag. Any activity that gives us a feel-good boost can potentially become addictive, especially if you lean towards addictive behaviors.
Again: our subliminal audio titles don’t have anything in them that would hook you or create addiction. The tendency to get addicted to something — whatever it may be — is more about your personal response trying to fill a need.
What’s really cool about our titles is that we include what we call “free will” scripting. It’s all about encouraging you to respect not just the free will of others, but also your own freedom of choice. This special scripting nudges you to express the scripting in the way that’s best for you. That’s why even if everyone listened to the same title, each person would have a unique takeaway. For instance, if everyone listened to “Love Bomb for Humanity,” sure, they’d likely all start to appreciate people more. But the way they show that appreciation, and how others react to them, that’s gonna be different for each person.
If someone’s wondering if a subliminal title has some sort of “mind control,” or “addictive scripting,” that very question is proof that there’s a part of their brain – you know, the critical thinking department – that can totally put the brakes on subconscious impulses. Plus, let’s get this straight: our subliminals are all about “taking action”. That means you gotta consciously decide to take action toward your goals to make the subliminal script do its thing. No effort, no magic. Simple as that.
If you’re using one of our titles and you start to think you’re hooked or can’t live without it, it might be time for a reality check. Your brain is probably waving a flag, trying to get you clued in on your own addictive habits.
Pointing fingers at subliminals and saying they’ve got mind control voodoo or addictive scripting is kinda like putting on blinders. It’s way easier to blame some external force for an addiction than to face the music and realize it’s coming from inside the house – or, well, your own head.
If every time you feel bad, you feel compelled to listen, that’s your personal response to negative situations. The title itself doesn’t have any scripting that compels you to listen to a title. None at ALL.
Science has got our back on this one. Take, for instance, from Healthline’s article titled “The Science of Habit:”
Here’s an example of how the habit loop can lead to undesirable habits:
You might hit a wall with a creative work or school project and crave a break from the hard mental work. You step outside for a cigarette, both relieving yourself from an uncomfortable situation and giving yourself a nicotine boost. Over time, feeling stuck at work will start to trigger you to reach for cigarettes.
At the core of rewiring habits is reflection.
It’s a pillar of cognitive behavioral therapy, which basically works like this: Try new things and pay attention to how they make you feel. That second part is absolutely key. “It’s the best hack for changing preset behaviors,” says Hafeez.
That’s why journaling soon after an activity is important, to fuse feelings with action. “I am proud I made that choice” or “I was more energetic after lunch” are positive feelings you might have after picking a kale salad over a cheeseburger.
This is why at Subliminal Club, our motto is TAKE ACTION and to journal — whether you create an online journal at our forum, or a private journal. We cannot stress this enough. By taking action toward your goals and writing about them, these positive feelings become anchored in YOUR actual work and achieving your goals, not any kind of positive emotions experienced just by running a subliminal. Our titles are written to encourage action taking and self-reflection (via journaling).
We commonly tell our customers on the forum that anything you can do with a subliminal, you could achieve without it — the subliminal is just a tool that helped you realize that.
There are “subliminal audio companies” out there who are claiming to create subliminal audio titles that don’t require you to “take action.” We gotta say, we think that’s a recipe for disaster. Any method that tries to achieve this kind of promise risks upsetting the natural harmony between the conscious and subconscious mind, and can lead to some major headaches (and trust us, we’ve seen people vent about it). Think about it: if you’re listening to a subliminal title to spice up your love life, how is a “no action needed” title going to help you achieve that goal? Does it sound like something you can achieve in a safe, moral way? We’re betting not.
Individuals of sound mind and body have no problem taking actions and associating positive feelings with their own hard work. But again, if you suffer from an addictive personality, or a mental illness that impedes the normal operation of mental functions, your experience of using subliminal audio would be unique and different from everyone else. If this is you, as stated in our medical disclaimers that must be agreed to before purchase, PLEASE seek out a qualified mental health practitioner before attempting to use subliminal audio, or hypnosis, or EFT, etc.
Your mental well-being is of paramount importance. It merits your attention and care. While we’re not in a position to offer advice on managing addictions, a qualified mental health practitioner may be able to give you as much information and support as you need.
When using subliminal audio, or hypnosis, or anything similar, please consider starting slow. With our titles, you can run just 30s of a title or custom subliminal to see if and how it will affect you, and then you may slowly increase exposure over time.
As all our safety materials reiterate: please do not overexpose yourself or anyone else to subliminal audio. Please read and familiarize yourself with all our safety materials. If questions are buzzing or you just need some reassurance, our forum is there for you – don’t hesitate to drop by and shoot your questions before you press play.