Below is a collection of our most popular titles on the self help subliminal cd's.

Subliminal CD's

Overcoming Depression  In psychology, depression is an emotional condition, either normal or pathological, which is characterised by discouragement and a feeling of inadequacy. It is the feeling that literally stops all positive mental functioning. To be totally free of depression is a literal impossibility. To handle depression and overcome those feelings as quickly as possible and get back to positive, healthy thinking is of major importance.

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Relieving Anxiety  Anxiety is a fear or dread that lacks a specific cause. These feelings of uneasiness and apprehension can become intense. Severe anxiety attacks are often accompanied by physical symptoms. Anxiety is a feeling you have caused by a state of uneasiness, apprehension or worry. Anxiety is an intense fear or dread within that lacks a specific cause. Many times, the physical body reacts to these feelings and severe anxiety attacks occur.

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Stop Smoking  The habit of smoking is an acquired pattern of action that is automatic, and thus difficult to break. There must be a conscious desire to achieve anything before the subconscious mind will supply the information required for you to change or break a habit. In combining your desire to change with subconscious programming, it eliminates the desire to smoke and quitting is entirely achievable.

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Stress Control  Stress consists of mental and physical tension, strain, burden and tenseness, etc.  The SCWL Stress program, one of our first, is among our most effective.  It deals with both mental and physical stress.  Everyone has a tolerance for stress, some greater than others.  The script for this program is one of the most elaborate.  It takes the physical body completely through a relaxation technique plus mental relaxation.  It creates an inner peace and tranquility because it causes the release of all tension.

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