Vocab Increaser is a software application to increase your vocabulary and imprint affirmations or success statements for mind programming.
Increases your vocabulary.
Use it to program your mind with success affirmations.
Display quotes to stimulate your mind.
Stimulating technology to increase the effectiveness of the imprinting process using visuals and sound or play your own music.
Set the number of words to display at any time.
Set the speed.
Option to display related words or synonyms on screen at any time. This increases your vocabulary by connecting the meaning of various words.
Comes with built in affirmations and quotes.
Displays a custom file containing your words or phrases.
Place your own words, affirmations, quotes or anything else that you want here or modify any of the other files.
Use the built in brain wave player to reach meditative states that increase your mind's learning ability or use your own music.
Subliminal feature that can flash words and images or use transparency while you work. So you can program your mind with images, words or phrases 1000's of times a day to achieve whatever you desire.
Start using Vocab Increaser to increase your vocabulary and materialize your desires now.
"The full package is cheaper than anything similar you will probably find on the market. In fact, Vocab Increaser is cheaper than 30 minutes with a personal teacher and I think this proves a lot." FamousWhy, Editor's Pick
You can use it for free for as long as you want although if you want the full functionality then you must register it for only $25.
All updates until the end of the year are also free with your purchase and all purchases have a 30 day money back guarantee.
Try Vocab Increaser and start materialising your desires now. It's free for you to use for as long as you want with all the essential functionality. If you want the full functionality then you can purchase it for $25.
Platform Windows NT/2000
Operating Systems Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 6 Nov 2011
Last Updated 6 Nov 2011