“The ultimate guide for quitting smoking: How Hypnosis fits into your plan”
Okay… so this morning I woke up to one of those messages from a client I don’t want to get.
They’d done a stop smoking hypnosis session back in January and they’re struggling. I tell all my clients who come to me for hypnotherapy to stop smoking that they will find it easy and they won’t struggle so naturally I feel a responsibility to my clients when they experience something else.
I’m a bit irritated I confess because the session was five months ago and when I said ‘come back if you’re struggling’ I did not mean in five months time. I tell my clients if you still experience cravings after our session ‘don’t smoke’ but contact me straight away and I will continue to work with you.
As good as my results are for helping people stop smoking with hypnosis I can’t offer a 100% guarantee. But I can tell you I’m very good, have integrity and will do my absolute best for you.
In the meantime what can you do in order to improve your success in a quit smoking hypnotherapy session?
Well if you’re interested to learn more…let’s see what AI Mike has to say on the matter:
Quitting smoking is a challenging task, and people often find it tough to quit smoking and stick to the plan.
(It’s true. ‘He’ I mean ‘it’ is spot on here)
While various methods are available, hypnosis is an effective alternative that can be incorporated into your plan to quit smoking.
This blog post is your ultimate guide for quitting smoking with hypnosis and how it fits into your plan.
Step 1: Preparation
The first step in any quit smoking plan is to get yourself ready mentally and emotionally. Before incorporating hypnosis into your plan, you should have a deep sense of commitment to quit smoking. You need to be mentally and emotionally prepared and willing to let go of the habit.
Please don’t call to book a stop smoking hypnotherapy session with me because your husband or wife wants you to. The decision has to come from you.
Step 2: Setting Goals
Having a clear definition of what you want to achieve is crucial in any plan. Set realistic and achievable goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. Having a clear goal will help you track and keep yourself accountable while making use of hypnosis.
Step 3: Understanding Hypnosis
Hypnosis is a state of awareness that leaves you open to suggestion. Under hypnosis, you gain access to your subconscious mind, where the habit of smoking is often ingrained. Hypnosis for smoking cessation can help you understand and address the underlying psychological triggers causing the smoking habit.
Step 4: Finding a Qualified Hypnotherapist
Finding a qualified hypnotherapist is vital to achieve successful results. Look for an experienced practitioner that has had some success in their field. Go on a recommendation, look at their website, read some stop smoking Google reviews:
before selecting a hypnotherapist.
You could even check out a couple of Stop Smoking sessions online:
Step 5: Knowing What to Expect During Hypnosis
During hypnosis, you will be in a relaxed state, and the hypnotherapist will speak to your subconscious mind through spoken suggestions. You will still be in control of your thoughts and actions, and your subconscious mind will be open and receptive to positive messages.
Step 6: Attending Hypnosis Sessions
Hypnosis works best when a series of sessions are attended. During your session, the hypnotherapist will guide you through relaxation techniques and offer suggestions that are specific to your individual needs.
Step 7: Follow-Up
After completing your hypnosis session, check-in with yourself regularly and maintain a support structure. Sticking to the plan is vital for long-term success. During this time, stick to your plan, and continue seeking help from your hypnotherapist if needed
In conclusion, hypnosis is a practical and effective tool for quitting smoking when it’s incorporated into your overall plan. It offers a non-invasive, drug-free option to smoking cessation. Make sure your mind is prepared, set clear goals, understand the technique, find a qualified hypnotherapist, attend sessions, and follow up to achieve long-term success. With the right mindset and guidance, hypnosis can be a powerful tool to help you quit smoking for good.
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