What Is A Scent Trigger?

Gents – it’s simple. A Scent Trigger is a specific, unique, and identifiable smell that triggers your brain to invoke a conditioned response. Sounds a bit too scientific? Let me explain – a conditioned response is a memory, emotion, or action that is triggered as a result of your brain making connections between experiences and feelings.

You can leverage the power of Scent Triggers to achieve many different effects – associating the scent of lavender with winding down after a long day at work or using the smell of freshly ground coffee to help you wake up in the morning.

Similarly, Scent Triggers can also be used to instantly bring back an intense memory of someone or something – maybe the smell of freshly cut grass reminds you of your first date with the love of your life or the walk home after you succeeded in passing the interview for your first ever job.

How Does Sensory Conditioning Work?

Scent and smell are powerful things – what most people don’t realize is that you can condition your brain to associate a specific smell with a specific emotion or action. This means they can be leveraged to envoke positivity simply through the application of that familiar fragrance.

This “conditioned response” (training your brain to respond in a certain way) forms the basis of this course.

The 3 Mission Fragrance Scent Triggers – Honor, Courage, and Commitment – are uniquely formulated and are unlike anything else on the market. The uniqueness of our fragrances is key to this process. Why? Put simply – if you’ve already associated the smell of an existing fragrance with a particular action or emotion, it’s harder to disassociate yourself from that feeling.

The aim of the game is for you to take unique and identifiable Scent Triggers and condition your brain to formulate a desired neurological response whenever you apply them to your skin.

How Long Before I See Results?

I get it – you’ve spent good money and you want to know how long this emotional conditioning will take. In short, anywhere between 18 and 254 days depending on the individual. However, the average time for this kind of sensory conditioning is 66 days.

Ultimately, the time this process takes is up to you. Thankfully, there is a way to speed this process up – a topic I will be discussing in more detail at a later point in this course.

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