The lower the volume, the deeper into the subconscious awareness you must go to perceive it. The deeper you go, the further away from conscious awareness you are and the more you are dealing with aspects of the subconscious that differ significantly from the conscious mind in their ability and comprehension of things.
Ultrasonic is going to affect the subconscious according to volume and so is masked. Higher volumes affect parts of the subconscious closer to the “consciousness threshold”, and lower volumes affect parts deeper down. How this affects you will depend on what type of personality you have. More resistant personalities do better with lower volume because they tend to interpret higher volumes as “being told what to do”, which they resist; less resistant personalities do better with higher volume because they do not resist, and higher volumes produce more motivational impact.
To be specific, if you set the volume to X and play an ultrasonic track, the subliminal audio will be at X volume. But if you play a masked track, the subliminal audio will be at ((Mask – subliminalizing difference) +/- variance of mask volume).
The higher the volume of a subliminal, the closer it comes subconsciously to affecting the conscious mind directly. Conversely, the quieter it is, the further it gets from affecting the conscious mind directly. This is why you may get better results from ultrasonic or from masked, even though they are using the exact same script.
The consciousness of a person is a range, not an absolute. The conscious mind fades into dominance at approximately X and above, and the subconscious mind fades into dominance at approximately X and below. The subconscious awareness has different levels of awareness also, and they are not separated absolutely, but also fade into one another. It’s akin to a rainbow having the colors fade into their neighbors.
The quieter the subliminal, the deeper the awareness range must be able to detect to notice and decode it. The deeper we go, the wider the range of sensory awareness we encounter.
Conversely, the louder we go, the less range of awareness we need to have to detect it, and so less deep subconscious levels become able to detect it. The closer one gets to interacting with the conscious awareness, the more directly a thing can be accomplished, and therefore, with conscious cooperation, becomes faster, easier and more obvious; likewise, without cooperation, it becomes easier to resist.
The deeper levels of subconscious awareness are less able to comprehend things as does the conscious mind, so they will accept something as being true and execute it more readily because they don’t have the same ability to resist – although they can still resist, just in different ways. The further down we go, the more likely we are to achieve unquestioned acceptance.
At the same time, the further down we go, the more subtle the response will be to conscious awareness in the “now”, because the quieter it is, the less urgency and need for action is being communicated. Also, the subconscious mind perceives time differently than the conscious mind, which affects the response: deeper and deeper levels of awareness directly perceive time not only less and less, but more and more as a “smear” instead of a distinct “point of now”. So when you go down deeply enough, that part of your awareness may be reacting at some time in the future, as time is perceived by the conscious awareness, which that subconscious part perceives as “now”. The conscious awareness does not perceive time as a smear, and so for some period of time for the conscious mind, there appears to be no reaction.
Inversely, the closer we get to the conscious mind, the less time is perceived as a smear and more as a “point of now” phenomenon. The result is that once acceptance and execution begins, it begins within the range of what that level of awareness perceives as the “now”, which may be seconds or minutes of time as compared to the conscious mind.
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