Malden, MA, May 16, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- People are always looking for ways to get the most out of life and enjoy their experiences. Leisure and amusement play an important role in the quality of life and some people take pleasure in games of chance. There has been a rise of interest and attendance at casinos, gaming resorts, and on-line card games. Success in games and casinos depends on strategy and luck.
People often look to improve their gaming experience by reading strategy books and learning the rules of the games. Some people have "lucky charms" and clothing, and others have turned to subliminal perception programs to help them activate the power of their unconscious-- to develop a "winning attitude".
ClydeSight Productions' series of Brain Wave Stimulating Digital Perception Programs (DSPPs)-- the award winning self-improvement computer programs (http://www.clydesight.com/DSPP)-- now has a program that deals with luck-- called Lucky Winner-- to help people use their unconscious power to improve their chances of winning in games of-- chance.
There is a strategy behind luck. That's what the Lucky Winner program helps the user activate. It focuses on attitude and intuition. When people are more attuned to their intuition, they have an edge because their entire mind is at work on a goal.
Intuition plays a very important role in the matter of luck. In games of chance, it helps people intuit the odds so they "know" when to play and when not to. While they may see fabulous claims, such as "Over 5000 prizes," unconsciously they can calculate the odds based on what they already know about how games of chance work. They have gotten this information through life experience from many sources and have it stored it in their unconscious. The Lucky Winner program activates the power of unconscious intuition which expresses in the form of a "feeling". When people say "I'm feeling lucky today", they may actually be saying "I've unconsciously calculated the odds, and they are in my favor."
The unconscious mind plays an even more important role in card games. The term "Poker Face", not giving away holdings though body language, is well known. Clichés such as: "Every time you have an Ace, you lick your lips!" or "I can tell when you're bluffing because you always scratch your left ear." are common. It takes a lot of discipline to learn consciously how to control body language. Lucky Winner helps even the playing field by controlling the user's body language from it's source, the unconscious.
The Lucky Winner DSPP computer program works like the others in the series. The user simply turns it on and watches a brain wave stimulating animation on the screen for as little as 15 minutes a day. It uses a visual subliminal perception technique to program the unconscious mind with positive and empowering subliminal messages that stimulate intuition and manage body language, and it includes a targeted Activator Phrase(TM).
Lucky Winner also programs users to effectively apply what they have learned from outside sources about gaming, so they use the rules to their advantage and automatically create winning strategies for themselves. As a bonus, it stimulates users to achieve the true goal of any game-- to enjoy playing the game itself.
Says Tim Thompson, developer of the Lucky Winner program: "I was asked to develop this by a friend who likes to play on-line poker. He couldn't quit when he was ahead-— his excitement caused him to lose focus and become a sloppy player. Now he knows when to leave a game because he 'feels' it and follows that intuition. He has become a more consistent winner."
Thompson also has used the program with positive results himself. "Obviously, I use and test all the DSPP programs. Since testing the Lucky Winner program, twice, I had a "feeling" that said "buy a scratch ticket now." Both times, the tickets were winners. Obviously, we're dealing with tremendous odds here so I can't make any scientific claims. But I also know that intuition is a powerful phenomenon of human thought."
Thompson adds that the Lucky Winner DSPP program is not guaranteed to make someone a winner every time, but it does improve their use of intuition, and that increases their abilities-- which improves their chances. It is not meant for hard-core gamblers nor to encourage gambling. It is designed for the occasional gamer who plays for amusement and wants to have a better edge.
Lucky Winner is one of six DSPP programs to help people empower their unconscious thinking to improve the quality of their lives. Other programs in the series include: Healthy Weight, Smoke Free, Inspired Marketer, Happy Dreams, and Powerful Writer. The programs have won awards for their elegance and simplicity of use.
Lucky Winner, like all the ClydeSight Production's DSPP programs comes with Activator Phrase(TM) technology and is available only on-line from the DSPP Web site at: http: clydesight.com/DSPP.
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