Please do not expose anyone to subliminal audio without their consent. You don’t have the right to violate someone’s mind to prove a pet theory, especially when the “placebo” argument itself is very shaky, and dare I say it — a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The subconscious mind seeks to find homeostasis. It has to — given the fact that one of its core goals is ensuring your survival. A subconscious mind in flux from some kind of stimuli, like subliminals, believes it’s in danger, as these new radical ideas could potentially lead to you getting hurt. So, it throws up the reconciliation responses — depression, anger, fatigue, fear.
This is where the CONSCIOUS mind kicks in, and why we recommend so hard to take action. As you take action that are line with the subliminal’s Goals, you’re telling the subconscious that the new ideas are okay, and you aren’t gonna die from acting on them. You are reinforcing the beliefs, and solidifying they as reality.
The examples you posted are a bit misleading. The subconscious mind just can’t override the conscious mind and it’s critical gate. If it could, my job would be A LOT easier. In all of the examples you posted, you simply recurved a strong subconscious urge and acted, albeit begrudgingly.
Now, don’t take this personally, but…
Sitting back on your laurels doing nothing but “watching for results” will most certainly result in inconsistent results that seem to fade. You start a new subliminal, it does its magic, and then you begin to say, “well what if it’s all placebo?” And you start looking for ways to discount what happened, like the lack of “scientific evidence.” And then, the subconscious makes THAT reality real instead of the one you wanted.
To be quite candid — it’s obnoxious to suggest that all the people receiving benefits are all experiencing a long-term collective placebo.
If you want more evidence, wait for the experimentals that @Fire and myself are working on. These should improve the validity of ultrasonic subliminals.