How to Use Hypnosis to Quit Smoking

Of all of the issues that hypnosis can help with, the most commonly sought reason is using hypnosis to quit smoking. Whether a client has heard about good results from a trusted loved one or whether they have seen the success rates online, they have come to trust and understand the power of hypnosis in overcoming one of the most difficult habits around. At Insight Healing Hypnosis I utilize the most advanced techniques in the field of hypnosis and hypnotherapy to pinpoint the hidden emotional cause behind the dangerous habit of lighting up day after day.

One thing to make note of is that there are many hypnotists out there that may try to sell you on a one-session cure-all for quitting smoking. I highly encourage my readers to reconsider such an offer. For most of my clients, this has been an ingrained habit for decades. There is “no magic wand” or “little pill” that can make this compulsion go away and it is the same with hypnosis. I tell my clients that this is a process. You did not develop the habit in a vacuum overnight and it will take some time, typically 2 -6 sessions depending on the client’s history. Now, there may be naysayers who would say that they or their friends were able to quit after one hypnosis session. My follow-up question would be -how long before they started up again? Oftentimes, the clients that find themselves in my office have used hypnosis “successfully” to quit before. So why do they relapse? The issue here is that the true cause -an emotional root -was never addressed. Once they are triggered by a life event with that same emotional intensity, the likelihood of starting again is huge.

Utilizing 5-PATH®, five-phased-advanced-transformational-hypnosis, I expertly guide my clients to find the emotional trigger that used to cause the desire to smoke, gain insights regarding it and heal at the sub-conscious level of the mind. Additionally, I offer instruction in self-hypnosis to all of my clients, which compliments all of their efforts, shifts habitual thinking, and brings a sense of peace and balance to the process. This produces a healthy, happy non-smoker for life!

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