The Sphinx of Imagination Reviewed: it’s addictive and life-changing!
One thing I have learned over the years is that not all the self-help books are necessarily bad. Yes, there is too much junk out there, with 5-star ratings and glowing reviews, that just doesn’t make sense to me. It is also true that I have reduced reading every self-help book, as I already have compiled a massive list of books to read.
There were times when I used to spend hours and days researching about the books and products before buying or downloading them. I don’t do that anymore, and it certainly saves me a lot of time. Same was the case with The Sphinx of Imagination. I probably devoted 5-10 minutes to research, and quickly decided to get this product.
There were barely any reviews on this audio CD — exactly 8 reviews on Amazon, out of which a couple of folks didn’t like it.
In this article, I will share my thoughts, a little background about the product, and whether it is a good investment for you or not. For me, personally, this is a must-have product.
Short Intro of The Sphinx of Imagination
Eric Von Sydow, aka Hypnotica, launched The Sphinx of Imagination (in 2004) after 6 years of work. He is already a well-known name in the Seduction Community, partly because he was featured in Neil Strauss’s The Game book.
This isn’t another self-help book, but an audio CD where Hypnotica talks to your brain (both conscious and subconscious mind) for 50 minutes and takes you to a new world. You don’t have to do anything — simply play the file on your computer or smartphone, plug your headphones and explore this new world.
Talking to Unconscious Mind
Hypnotica was able to effortlessly put me in a trance. On the first day of listening, I fell asleep after 20 minutes. The pattern continued the next day, and I did feel a lot of new changes in me.
Instead of listening to The Sphinx of Imagination before going to sleep, I decided to give it a shot in the afternoon. Boy, I am glad I did.
I see a lot of positive changes in me. I don’t know if the product has anything to do with it, or its just a placebo effect, but something has definitely changed.
Another reason for the noticeable change may be because I believed in the product. If you are planning to buy The Sphinx of Imagination or any product for that matter, always believe that it will work. If you believe it will not help you a bit, you are absolutely right.
So, don’t think too much — just get the product if you believe it will change the life.
These are the directions to follow:
- Lay down on your bed or your couch, whichever you feel most comfortable.
- Turn off the lights (optional but recommended). Make sure you will not be distracted by anything, like your cell phone, which you should have on silent.
- Put on headphones (THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL. DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS WITHOUT HEADPHONES).
- Close your eyes and keep them closed.
- Relax your mind. Your conscious mind will probably resist this at first, thinking “What the hell is this? What are they talking about?” Just quiet your mind, relax, and just let your body and mind experience this.
Listening to this material pumps me up. Now I can write faster. In fact, I wrote this article within 35 minutes — true story, folks!
How to Get Started
You will receive The Sphinx of Imagination in two format: FLAC and MP3. FLAC, as you know, is a lossless audio codec — meaning you will get an amazing audio quality.
I was going to listen to this material on my iPhone, but iTunes wouldn’t let me sync the FLAC file. I figured there is no way to add FLAC file to iTunes, which was quite frustrating. Fortunately I was able to use a third-party iPhone app to run the file. Learn how to play FLAC file on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
I created a new folder “winner” and added the FLAC file into this folder. Although the size of FLAC is more than 300MB, the sound quality is amazing.
The Sphinx of Imagination — New Version 2012
There are two versions of the program: one older and the other was released in 2012. Get the 2012 version, as it has more layers, crisp sound, and a lot of talking.
I haven’t listened to the 2003 version of the program, but I can vouch for the newer version. It’s evil, interesting, mind-boggling, and relaxing! And more importantly, it works — it works for me!