Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

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Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby abilify1 » Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:10 am

I have been interested in sleep learning for a while now and I just opened a new forum for others also interested in this type of research.

The First project is to program a belief that will make you a genius.

We live in a society that is used to taking a pill for every problem they have, while in most clinical studys a placebo is about 50% as strong as the real thing.

Why Does a placebo work 50% as well as the real thing? because the power of the mind and the belief in the mind.

What I am trying to research is learning a new belief on a subconscious level while you sleep.

My method is 2 program a belief that a vitamin is a drug that will make you smart. :)

You can visit my domain link at alexsmoney.info and it will redirect you to my forums.

A link to the topic with download links to the sleep tape download is
http://z15.invisionfree.com/SleepTape_R ... owtopic=22

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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Homer » Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:40 am

Pathetic!

If you know the belief that will make a person a genius, share it using words. If someone is willing to take the pill, they ought to be willing to consider the words/belief.
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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:46 am

Homer,

Did you pick your screen name by naming yourself after the cartoon character Homer Simpson? If so, are you a sockpuppet for someone else we already know? If not, are you aware that in the post above, you were attempting to engage in debate with a spambot?
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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby abilify1 » Fri Feb 04, 2011 4:13 am

I assure you I'm not a spam bot..
I don't want to get into an argument with anyone so if you don't think this will work then don't try it..
But even running an audio file with positive statements like "you are a genius" and running it while you work on something will improve your "genius".
If you don't like the idea of using sleep learning to learn that a vitamin is a genius pill then maybe just try making an audio file with affirmations like "you are smart" "you are a genius" "you come up with creative ideas all the time" and try running it during the night and when you wake up you WILL feel a change in perspective.
The stuff works so please try it before you mock it.
Like I said there is no need to come to my forum and if its against the rules to advertise then just delete the link and we can chat about it here if you wish.

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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Blair » Fri Feb 04, 2011 6:01 am

It doesn't seem to be working for you.

hahaha.
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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Diebert van Rhijn » Fri Feb 04, 2011 6:23 am

abilify1 wrote:in most clinical studys a placebo is about 50% as strong as the real thing.

There's three hundred % more serious logical error in just this one sentence than inside the normal thing. Impressive!

Self-suggestion works, no doubt, although normally not exactly as advertised. LOL.
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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Animus » Fri Feb 04, 2011 10:05 am

If someone remarks: "What an excellent man you are!" and this pleases you more than his saying, "What a bad man you are!" know that you are still a bad man. ~Sufyan al Thawri (Essential Sufism)

If I adore You out of fear of Hell, burn me in Hell!
If I adore you out of desire for Paradise,
Lock me out of Paradise.
But if I adore you for Yourself alone,
Do not deny to me Your eternal beauty. - Rabia
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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sat Feb 05, 2011 5:40 am

Wow - there's a person in there. I thought that your English was too good to be a personal spammer, though there were enough errors to raise some flags about the origin of your post.

For your SN on a philosophy site, you chose the name of a pharmaceutical (plus the number 1, which would be a good way to bypass a possible basic spam filter), and made your first and only post of exactly 7 days solely an advertisement for another site. That, by any definition I can think of, is spam. The admins here decided to keep your post though. Whatever.

Okay, you are not a bot, but you have brought a smile to my face while I think of the term "artificial intelligence."
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Re: Sleep Learning And Becoming a Genius

Postby Animus » Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:07 am

Quite the placebo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aripiprazole

Suicidal feelings, thoughts and sudden mood changes

Akathisia[36], headache, unusual tiredness or weakness, nausea, vomiting, an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach, constipation, light-headedness, insomnia, sleepiness, shaking, and blurred vision.

Uncontrollable twitching or jerking movements, tremors, seizure, and weight gain. Some people may feel dizzy, especially when getting up from a lying or sitting position, or may experience a fast heart rate.

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome (Combination of fever, muscle stiffness, faster breathing, sweating, reduced consciousness, and sudden change in blood pressure and heart rate.)

Aripiprazole also causes sexual dysfunction.

Tardive dyskinesia (As with all antipsychotic medication, patients using aripiprazole may develop the permanent neurological disorder tardive dyskinesia.[37][38][39])

Stroke (While taking aripiprazole some elderly patients with dementia have suffered from stroke or 'mini' stroke.)

Other elderly patients may experience high blood sugar or the onset or worsening of diabetes.

Allergic reaction (such as swelling in the mouth or throat, itching, rash), increased production of saliva, speech disorder, nervousness, agitation, fainting, reports of abnormal liver test values, inflammation of the pancreas, muscle pain, weakness, stiffness, or cramps.
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