I’d like to start a thread to report some of my results with the subliminals so far, and keep reporting as time goes on.
I purchased Limitless and Ascended Mogul in early December, so I’ve been running both around 40 days now. I also purchased Rebirth and Limit Destroyer when they came out,
and just now Beyond Limitless supercharger.
At home my playlist currently consists of Limitless, Ascended Mogul v.2, Limit Destroyer and Rebirth. At work I play the masked versions of Ascended Mogul v.2 and Limitless through headphones. I don’t currently run the subs at night because I’ve noticed it affects the quality of my sleep.
A little bit of background. I’m a 32 year old guy, been a spirituality / self-help junkie for the better part of a decade. I love to read books and listen to podcasts about psychology and self-development and stuff related to my career. However, that’s the level where it has usually stayed: ingesting lots of info, but rarely putting it into practice, at least in a way that would translate into concrete, long-term changes. Sure, I’ve tried out many things, but maintaining positive habits and routines has been sometimes very tricky.
The key issue was that although I was collecting all these techniques, tools and strategies, I didn’t have a big vision or goal I was trying to aim at. I liked the idea of self-development, becoming a better version of myself and improving my performance in all areas of my life, but when it actually came down to taking action, there was always something in the back of my head asking: What for? What is it that I actually want? If I don’t even know what I want, why bother with all this effort?
For a long time, I felt I was floundering in life, even if I have enjoyed moderate success and have many thing to be grateful about. The reason I felt lost was because I didn’t know what I actually wanted. It felt that I was just led to many things. Granted, many of those things were very positive. But I didn’t feel I was in charge of where my life was heading, since I had no defining vision for it or for who I want to become.
There was also the self-doubt from having failed to improve myself in the past and making the same mistakes over and over. I had almost given up the effort, thinking that change is too hard.
And let’s face it: it is hard. But I’m here to tell you that the subs have helped me tremendously to overcome my past inertia. They have introduced clarity in what I want my life to be, and the kind of person I want to be. This is such a key thing. It wasn’t until I clearly defined what success means to me that I started taking action again. Massive action, in fact. I’ve started to actually implement the things that I’ve learned over the years in a consistent way. It’s a work in progress but here are some things that have happened:
Started hitting the gym for 3 days a week with a solid program and some actual goals in mind (I’ve worked out on and off for 10 years but it has been hard to stick to it, partly because I couldn’t envision compelling goals for myself)
In line with the above, I’ve started to rethink my diet to make it much more healthy than it has generally been. As a result of that, the gym and sleep (see below), I have more consistent energy throughout the day.
I’ve started several daily habits which I’ve tried before but have now been able to consistently stick to, like reading, journaling and meditating
Instead of staying up until around midnight and waking up at 7-7.30, spending a couple of unproductive hours at home and then going to work, I’ve started to go to bed around 10-10:30 pm, waking up around 6 am and then being at the office at the latest at 7:30 am (we have flexible hours). I actually get better sleep and get to utilize much more of my biological prime time at work, and I’m left with more free time in the afternoon. I sometimes used to stay late at the office, but now I’m getting more important work done early so that I don’t have to. Overall I have much more energy both at work and in my free time.
I have increased the amount of money I put into savings and investments each month (from 21 % to 38 %)
I dare to set more audacious goals for myself than before, financial and otherwise, and I actually believe I can achieve them if I put in the effort. This wasn’t always the case before.
I have drastically cut back on the time I spend on social media and the internet in general. I’ve just lost interest in most things that are not in line with what I want for my life.
As a result of all of this, I feel much more confident in my ability to change and make my life better.
I attribute the above changes to Ascended Mogul. As for Limitless, it has made me more motivated about learning and approaching it in a more structured way. I read a lot, but I knew I wasn’t getting the most out of the books I was reading. Limitless seems to encourage me to take my learning to the next level. It also seems to give me more vivid recall. I have run the Beyond Limitless supercharger only once now, but I plan to listen to it several times a week.
Overall it feels like the software of my mind is being updated, and that’s what helps me to finally take action to become who I want to be. Thanks Subclub for creating such effective technologies and making them so affordable!