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Fresh from a science lab: What happens in ones brain when a behavior modified with a hypnotic suggestion is being executed, and how is it very different from modification based on will power?
Also: How does it clearly explain that for example there are no grounds for a person who accepted hypnotic suggestion to become a nonsmoker, to experience urges to smoke, or withdrawal symptoms, or any habitual push to reach for cigarettes.
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Smokers are not equal when it comes to quitting. Some have very urgent motivation to quit, and some just a very vague idea why should they do it; some experience kind of grief when they imagine themselves without a cigarette, and there are those overwhelmed with the idea of quitting, or “who choose to stay smokers”.
An approach to quitting that is best for one person doesn’t have to work for another. It’s important to do it in a way tailored to the person's individual experience and circumstances. We offer a very comforting and personalized approach. What you can expect is to be helped out of the mindframe of a smoker, and to develop attitudes and true yearning for health, vitality, and joy of life.
For a smoker, a cigarette feels like an integral part of certain behaviors, like watching TV, having a coffee, finishing a meal, socializing, etc. The ritual of having a cigarette is incorporated in the sequence of actions of that behavior. When a smoker tries to exclude the cigarette, such a behavior feels unusual, and awkward. Having a cigarette seems to bring things to normal, calm everything down (- Kind of tricky with this calming effect?) So, when someone wants to quit smoking, it is like all "software" for these behaviors needs to be exchanged for one without a cigarette. There are hypnotherapeutic methods that may allow that.
When somebody tries for the first time to smoke, it is quite a task to convince their body and mind to stop protesting. It takes powerful suggestions to do so. Strong belief, that the side effects are minimal or not existent, and that there is a higher purpose for smoking, worth being served, no matter what. That is one of the reasons why hypnotic suggestions work so well to help someone quit smoking. They challenge the suggestions that allowed the person to start smoking in the first place.
The part of a smoker's mind, that makes sure (he/she) smokes, has no other goal, but taking good care of the person's important needs. As far as that part is concerned, that "higher purpose for smoking" is real and has to be taken care of. With hypnotherapy, it is possible to release that part from its responsibilities, and let it rest assured that its job is being done in a way free from all the side effects of smoking.
For some, the best approach to quitting smoking is to develop a strong aversion to a cigarette.
When a person considers quitting, very often finds himself/herself in a situation similar to that of a woman that is going to give birth for the first time. Usually, she hears lots of stories about everything possible that ever was difficult or painful for any other woman. Going for delivery, it feels like having a very long menu of tortures to choose from. It’s a very tough spot to be, and probably if she only could, she would just turn back and not do it. Her mental situation has very little or nothing to do with her circumstances, but that is the reality that she truly experiences.
Very similar thing happens to a smoker when he/she tries to inquire about other people quitting, horror stories go on and on, and on…And it really may feel like having to overcome all these obstacles to quit. And this is simply not true.
But it affects perception.
If someone doesn’t want to quit (being to afraid, or for any other reason), out of every other evidence around, he/she would notice that one person that is hundred years old, always smoked, and obviously outlived everybody else.
When someone wants to quit, starts meeting more and more people who quit easily, notices beautiful changes in their health, confidence, finances, and overall take on life. And yes, sees smoking clearly for what it is. All starts with fresh perspective and clear vision of what you want.
There are many techniques used in hypnotherapy to help someone become smoke free, either instantly or over a few sessions.