Is 21 Minutes Too Long for a Subliminal Playlist?

Can 21 minutes really be too long for a subliminal playlist?

If I’m using one, how long should it be?

In this article, we’ll answer all of those questions and more!

Does it matter whether or not the subliminal playlists are 21 minutes long?

While 21 minutes is a good minimum length for a playlist, the longer you can make it, the better. A 30-minute playlist will be more effective than a 21-minute one in many cases.

A 40-minute playlist may work even better, and depending on how long your subliminal messages are and how complex they are, you can even go longer than that.

If you have time constraints (for example if you’re only doing this at night before bedtime), then this may not be an option for you unless there’s some way to speed up your downloads or make them sound like they’re going faster.

Can you use a shorter subliminal playlist?

Yes, you can.

As with any type of media, if your goal is to improve your life, then the most important thing is that you get started on your subliminal journey.

To that end, it doesn’t matter how long or short your playlist is because as long as you listen to it often enough for results to manifest in your life, then it will work for you!

If however, you only have time for 21 minutes before bed and have never tried subliminal messaging before – then I would suggest starting off with shorter playlists until you are sure that this method works for YOU (this may take some time).

You can also use shorter playlists if:

  • You are practicing self-hypnosis or meditation and want to combine both practices into one session.* You want something quick while waiting at traffic lights in traffic etc., just so long as there is no danger of getting distracted by other things around such as other drivers/pedestrians etc;

Do the subliminal playlists have to be 21 minutes long?

You don’t have to worry about the length of your playlist.

While each subliminal audio is 21 minutes, you can create a playlist that is shorter or longer than that without affecting its effectiveness.

For example, if you have an hour-long meditation track, then you can put it on repeat and play three times in succession (thus giving yourself three hours of subliminal messaging), or cut it into smaller tracks and spread them throughout the day.

The same goes for any other kind of audio recording—if you want to listen to more than one subliminally encoded message per day, go ahead!

What happens if the subliminal playlists are shorter than 21 minutes?

What happens if the subliminal playlists are shorter than 21 minutes?

The answer is: it depends.

If you have a subliminal playlist that is shorter than the recommended 21 minutes, then it may not be enough time for your brain to process all of the messages in your playlist.

In this case, it’s likely that some of your messages won’t be processed by your conscious mind—and they won’t have any effect on you or change anything about yourself (or at least not as much as they could).

A lot of people believe that Subliminals work differently than regular audio recordings because they’re supposed to go directly into our subconscious minds without being filtered through our conscious thoughts first. But this isn’t entirely true!

To get into our subconscious minds properly, our brains need more time than just 21 minutes of listening—and if we don’t give them enough time then some of those messages might never reach us at all!

Is there any evidence that shorter subliminal playlists work just as well as longer ones?

As far as we can tell, there is no research showing whether shorter playlists work just as well as longer ones.

Anecdotally, many people have said that they have gotten results from shorter playlists and many others have said they’ve gotten better results from longer playlists.

So if you’re not trying to achieve a specific goal or change your behavior in any way (e.g., stop biting your nails), then it may be better to just stick with 21 minutes every day for 30 days (which is also the length of our Playlist).

How long should your playlist be, if you’re going to use one at all?

The answer is, it depends.

The most effective length of time for a playlist is around 21 minutes.

However, if you have a specific goal in mind and know that the effects will be similar (for example, if you’re trying to lose weight), you can use a shorter playlist if it’s long enough to achieve your desired results.

In general though: when making your own subliminal music playlist, don’t forget to keep things short and sweet!

Can you make a shorter playlist by looping through certain parts of songs over and over again?

You can use this method to create a shorter playlist, and it is helpful when creating subliminal playlists. Here’s how:

  • Choose your favorite song that has the desired effect you want on your listeners. It should be around 4 minutes or less in length if possible. Listen carefully to it while keeping track of when certain parts come in and out of the mix (like a chorus or verse).
  • Create an MP3 file by recording yourself singing along with the song (or playing an instrument), starting at the start of each section that you want to be repeated over and over again (such as choruses). You’ll need two sets of these “loops”: one set that starts at zero seconds into each loop and another set that starts 10 seconds after each loop begins (for example, if your main chorus verse loop begins at 2:38, then use one set of loops from 0:00-2:38 and another set from 2:40-3:00). Make sure both sets are synchronized so they begin together every time!

Once all four sections are recorded for each track, import them into Audacity software where you can combine them all into one file — just make sure not too much space is left between tracks!

Then export this new single audio file back into iTunes/Spotify/your music app!

Are there any drawbacks to using a shorter subliminal playlist?

The first thing to note is that there’s no evidence that shorter subliminal playlists aren’t effective. In fact, some people might prefer shorter playlists because they can fit more into their day.

This can be especially helpful for those who want to listen to a specific subliminal message every day but don’t have time for an hour-long playlist.

If you do prefer shorter playlists and don’t want to spend all day listening to your subliminal messages, here’s what we recommend: Listen with headphones on and set an alarm on your phone or computer that will ring after 21 minutes (or however long your playlist is).

When the alarm rings, stop the audio file so that it doesn’t continue playing while you’re sleeping or doing other things over the next two hours—and then start it again when you wake up!

How do I know if my playlist is too short for me and my goals?

If you’re new to the whole concept of subliminal messaging, you may be wondering if 21 minutes is too long or too short.

The answer is that it depends on what your goals are and how much time you have to devote to listening.

If you’d like to learn more about creating a custom subliminal playlist for yourself, I recommend using an online tool like the one at Subliminal Recordings (it’s free!).

This will let you build your own playlist from scratch or choose from pre-made playlists created by experts in positive psychology and meditation.

Can I use an online tool to create a custom subliminal playlist

You can use an online tool to create your own subliminal playlist.

There are several online tools that you can use to create your own subliminal playlists.

Many of them have free options, while others have paid options.

Some of the tools allow you to make your own playlist, while others will suggest a playlist based on what they think would be best for you.

In general, it is easier to make your own custom playlists if the service allows it because then you know exactly what you are getting out of each subliminal track and can tailor them towards a specific goal or mindset.


We hope this post has been helpful in answering some of your questions about subliminal playlists.

If you have any more, please feel free to ask them.


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