Can Sounds You Don’t Hear Control You?


Sounds, we’re fortunate to hear, aren’t we?

Did you know that some of the world’s most interesting and useful sounds cannot be heard at all?

Ultrasonics – the “too high to hear sounds” – can be used to drill, cut, weld, clean, and inspect things. And doctors can use them to examine the unborn child in the mother’s womb.

Sounds Heard But Not Heard?

But those aren’t the sounds I’m talking about, the sounds I’m talking about Can be heard, but aren’t heard at the same time.

We go into great detail on many important auditory areas in our NLP Training Online, but for now let me tell you how sounds that you can hear, but may not pay attention too, can affect your decision making at the sub-conscious level.

Why is that important?

Because if you are not aware of these sounds, tones and rhythms, and their effects on your choices in life, then you may be making the wrong choices.

For instance, when a person ends their sentence with an upward or downward totality, do you know what the difference means to you?

Your Sub-conscious Knows

Sub-consciously you decide whether to trust them or not, or even if you will take action on their statement.

At this point, you should be wondering, do I end my sentences in a way that may be causing others not to trust or believe what I am saying to them?

Well, if you are not consciously aware of how the tones and rhythms in your speech may be affecting others, then you are not using your language to help people decide beneficially.

So, whether you’re in sales, management, own a business or even at home with the kids, you can benefit significantly from being able to use the many areas of voice tonality to make life easier, for you and others.



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Bob Clarke

Hi I’m Bob Clarke, writer of most of these blog posts. I’m also the Co-Creator, with my wife Ronda, of the Most Comprehensive NLP Training and Coaching Program Online. Our purpose is to bring NLP to you, saving you time, travel and money.

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