Thank you for the extensive answer!
When you put it like that, I guess knowing too much would interfere. I’m probably a bit used to the Shannon way of giving an entire list of things that you can check off to know when the sub has done its job. It helps to measure how long you have to keep listening to it. But I suppose it also gives a person tunnel-vision, where they only look for those things while ignoring other opportunities. The reason it’s a difficult concept for me to get is because I’ve always thought subliminal messages can have zero ambiguity and have to be targeted. As such, there could only be a single goal. I’ll do my best to keep a more open mind about this.
You’ve confirmed why I asked the question about the healing stack. The way you describe it, Regeneration renovates, Rebirth sanitizes and Breakdown revitalizes (that would be the architect-terminology I believe). You can not tear a building down while renovating it, making those subs incompatible. My first thought was to run them in a specific order, starting with breakdown. But now I see Breakdown and Regen just shouldn’t work together. I can imagine Rebirth can still work after Breakdown though, maybe to steer/reinforce the reconstruction. Turn that skyscraper into an Arcology instead. Much friendlier to the environment.
I’m thinking it would help to set one’s intention/goal every morning to allow the subconscious mind to know what one’s goal actually is in using the subs that day. That would be a good use for morning superchargers, goal-setting in the morning.