Using Hypnosis to Stop Smoking
Have you grown weary of the daily struggle to quit smoking? Are you tired of that increasingly worse hacking cough that you experience in the morning and the loss of your ability to climb a staircase without getting winded? Perhaps you have known you need to stop and wanted to stop smoking for a long time but have found it more difficult to stop than facing the coughing and being winded? By using self hypnosis to relieve yourself of your smoking habits you are able to bypass all of the negative experiences of going through the withdrawals of nicotine. Using self hypnosis you will not gain weight instead of smoking. You will not get cranky or experience any of the other symptoms that so many cigarette smokers have gone through on their way to a healthier lifestyle.
>> Using Hypnosis To Stop Smoking <<
With self hypnosis you directly contact your subconscious mind so that you can tell it to do the things that you cannot do by will power alone. How many times have you heard yourself or someone else say that they have a lack of willpower? You have a lack of willpower because it is your subconscious that controls your emotional drive and your habitual behaviors. Without your subconscious on board with the program to quit smoking, your willpower does not have a chance even if your conscious mind has already made the decision to quit smoking. Self hypnosis brings the two parts of your mind into harmony letting them work together for your benefit. By using self hypnosis you are using powerful motivators for wanting to quit smoking, which will overcome your desire to smoke.
With self hypnosis you enter a state of complete relaxation. You will want to find a place where you will be free of interuption or distractions during your session. You must then formulate self hypnosis scripts of positive phrases that you will repeat to yourself over and over again during your relaxation. Here are some simple tips to consider as you formulate your self hypnosis script. Remember to always make your phrases present tense and positive. Always use the word "I" in your phrases. To help you to stop smoking you can use phrases like, "I am in control, cigarettes are not a part of my life", "I will not smoke for the rest of my life", or "I have made the decision not to smoke and I am happy with that decision."
Studies have shown that self hypnosis is one of the leading and most successful ways to quit smoking. By using self hypnosis to help you in your desire to stop smoking, you will find that your subconscious mind will soon absorb the idea, and within a few days, you will be living a smoke-free and healthy life once again.