Originally Posted by Lionman
Nice, I see how the two-cycle approach would tackle issues from both angles. I can see how this would be especially useful for yourself having recorded it.
I still do wonder though if the unconscious mind hearing someone else's voice saying "I" would equate it with itself. Especially for instance if it's another gender or a very different sounding voice from your own.
When creating tracks for other people but using the "I" pronoun, maybe you need an induction at the beginning and dotted throughout. Something like: "I am the voice of your unconscious" or something like that to anchour the pronoun in the subject.
I dabbled in a bit of NLP awhile ago, and your productiveness has inspired me to look into it again, so cheers for that!
Btw, what software do you use?
Great idea about the introduction statement like "I am the voice of your unconscious." That's rather provocative, and it would even work for MY voice of MY affirmations, to reassure ME that I am reaching myself at a deep level. So, I'll have to give some thought to that.
The software I use: Cakewalk Sonar 8.5 Digital Audio Workstation. It is loaded with effects-processing capability and digital mixing capabilities.
Good luck with getting back into it! It's fun and it really works on the subconscious mind in amazing ways!