In the OptiLiminal process, Nightingale-Conant has again teamed Denis Waitley with Dr. Thomas Budzynski to create a breakthrough technique that maximizes the brain's capacity to accept life-changing training. The team that created the immensely popular subliminals for Nightingale-Conant has developed an audio system that converts your stereo player into an up-to-the-minute laboratory for maximum effectiveness training. No two people currently working in the field of behavioral science could be better qualified to develop this technique. Denis Waitley is a world authority on the achievement of human potential. He has worked with Olympic athletes, returning POWs, and business professionals to help them overcome the roadblocks to achieving total success. He travels over one million miles each year, speaking to hundreds of thousands of people throughout the English-speaking world. His seminal motivation program, The Psychology of Winning, has sold over one million copies and has been translated into other languages for dissemination abroad. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy and a former Navy pilot, Denis Waitley has the unique ability to reduce the most complex human behavior research into easily understood language that can benefit every listener. Thomas Budzynski, Ph.D., was an aerospace engineer before earning his doctorate in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is an early biofeedback pioneer and has developed several types of biofeedback equipment. In addition to lecturing extensively and leading workshops throughout Europe, Australia, and Canada, Dr. Budzynski has authored more than 50 books and articles on behavioral medicine, brain function, stress, pain, and the pre-conscious process. Dr. Budzynski is president of Behavioral Medicine Associates and is the Behavioral Medicine Coordinator at St. Luke Medical Center, Bellevue, Washington.
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"it is something I play during my daily run."
I use this to improve my self-esteem and it helps with my run time. Everyday I am building my mental and physical health together and it helps me feel good during a hard 3 mile run (for me this is a big step started at 30 seconds only a day). I think if you are struggling with self esteem and depression issues playing this while exercising is great for building yourself up.
It worked for me. All I needed to do was to keep listening and to let the process work.
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