Stop Smoking HypnosisRead on to find out the real reasons and how to STOP SMOKING for the rest of your life
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Do you wonder why you haven’t been able to stop smoking on your own?
How it Started
You were probably a teenager when you first started smoking, maybe due to peer pressure. Back then, you had the choice of either fitting in by smoking like your other friends or being the odd one out — a loner. At first, you probably started coughing and choking. You noticed that the taste was pretty disgusting, but after a while, you got used to it and continued.
This is where the mind connection to smoking starts. Why? Because there is a part of our mind called the subconscious, whose main goal is to protect you from any dangers. That being said, you may be wondering why your subconscious mind would allow you to start smoking in the first place. Your mind is like a super-computer that sums up situations at high speeds. It decided that there were two choices — either start smoking and be accepted by your friends as part of the pack, or become a loner and possibly go into depression due to the rejection. The resulting depression might even lead you to do something grave like kill yourself. That, your mind could not allow. Hence, your subconscious decided that smoking protected you from danger as well as helped you make more friends. By this logic, smoking = safety.
With time, repetition cemented your smoking habit into your subconscious. As an adult, you no longer have the need to smoke for protection and acceptance. You now continue to smoke, but for a different reason — to de-stress via addictive nicotine. Whenever you feel stressed and anxious, you pick up a cigarette and in a few moments you feel calm again. Your mind has learned to associate your smoking behavior with the toxic calm of nicotine.
The reason you haven’t been able to stop smoking is because you’ve been trying to do it with willpower. Willpower is located in the conscious part of our brain. It gives a short burst of mental energy for a short period of time, and no more. This explains why so many people cannot quit smoking using willpower alone — the moment your willpower runs out, you go back to your old behavioral pattern of smoking.
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Habits and behaviors are located in our subconscious mind. This is the reason why we must access this part of your mind to create positive, long-lasting changes. This part of your brain runs on automatic. Whenever you are faced with a new situation, your mind, faster than the blink of an eye, goes to this same place to find information (negative and positive behavioral patterns) on how you have reacted to this same or similar situation in the past. Your mind keeps pulling up those same smoking patterns, over and over. Since your brain is like a super-computer, we must remove the smoking program and replace it with a smoke-free program.
Hypnosis uses the laws of the mind to create the changes you want so that you don’t have to suffer anymore to achieve your goals. That’s because the subconscious mind is much more powerful than the conscious. It is the source of your real power — the very core of who you are resides here. In fact, it is estimated that about 88 percent of the mind resides in this area, which is why hypnosis is so powerful and effective.
Hypnosis helps you to stop smoking without fear! Not only do you stop smoking, but you are given the tools to:
- Control anxiety so that you no longer have to pick up a cigarette again
- Lose weight instead of gaining it
- Crave fresh air instead of cigarettes
Instead of feeling bad about yourself for being unable to stop smoking, hypnosis replaces those feelings with a sense of well-deserved pride as you attain your goal of not smoking a single cigarette again. Just imagine enjoying another beautiful sunny day in Los Angeles, breathing clear fresh air.
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In the largest-ever scientific comparison of ways to quit smoking, results showed that a visit to a hypnotist beat out a psychologist, social worker, psychiatrist, and other physicians by a margin of 19 percent (or one in five). This meta-analysis of more than 600 studies covered more than 72,000 people in America and Europe. The University of Iowa – 1992
Reasons to Quit Smoking
- Smoking is Deadly
(Above is a video from Nucleus Animation that demonstrates how smoking causes emphysema, lung cancer)
According to the CDC, smoking is directly responsible for approximately 90 percent of lung cancer deaths and approximately 80 to 90 percent of COPD (emphysema and chronic bronchitis) deaths. It is estimated that one in five preventable deaths is directly attributed to smoking. Smoking weakens your immune system, making you susceptible to disease, effectively reducing the quality of your life.
- Your Family