Quitting Smoking plus Autoquestioning
Quitting smoking is harder than breaking a heroin addiciton. That’s the bad news. The good news is, hypnosis has been proven to be the most effective way to quit smoking. Without going nuts with desire to smoke. And without those notoriously bad withdrawal symptoms.
The Quitting Smoking hypnosis induction talk on this CD makes quitting easier and permanent. The CD includes a subconscious questioning tutorial. So you can discover your primary subconscious needs for smoking. (They are probably not what you think).
It pays to know your own personal subconscious reasons for smoking. The real reasons. So you can put together some dynamite suggestions. That’s what makes it easier to quit. Permanently!
A tobacco addiction can break your heart. So many people just don’t understand how terrible quitting can be. People who have never used tobacco have no idea. They mean well but they don’t know how it hurts for them to say, “Just quit!.”
As if it were that easy! It isn’t easy because it requires willpower. And frankly there is no such thing. “Willpower” is a cruel myth. You know this is true because if there were such a thing as willpower, you’d have it. And you wouldn’t have any trouble walking away from tobacco.
That’s why so many smokers try to quit smoking many times without success. You probably don’t need to be told that trying to quit with willpower is an excruciating ordeal. Not only is there the addiction to nicotine to deal with. There are also the hidden (subconscious) reasons for needing to smoke. Not dealing with them first is like trying to stop a car without brakes.
You consciously want to quit, and now you can have a much better chance of doing that, and doing it easier, by using the methods on this CD. You will bring your subconscious into alignment with your conscious desire to quit. Then quitting smoking is not longer impossible.
Which brings us back to the subject of subconscious questioning. Quitting smoking is much easier if you know why you do it.
Now please wait a minute. This not why you consciously smoke. It’s about why you subconsciously need to smoke. These reasons are subconscious, not conscious, It is extremely unlikely that you know them. They are the real culprits behind your insatiable need to smoke (or chew, or dip … whatever nicotine delivery system you employ).
Discovering those real reasons are why you need subconscious questioning. It is not hard. And it can be fascinating. It is a powerful tool for getting information from the subconscious part of your mind.
What are you likely to find out? Nothing that will hurt you. Here are just a few examples of the more common subconscious reasons why people smoke. They may or may not apply to you. They are included here to show why it is practically impossible to consciously figure these things out:
To be an adult. Threats that you intend to quit smoking are like telling yourself to go back to being a child again. Dependent, pushed around, not your own boss. Or whatever it would mean to no longer be an adult. (Yes, subconscious logic is way different from conscious logic.)
To keep from being fat or fatter. Some people are consciously aware of this one.
To be happy, healthy, or any number of other mental or physical states. Consciously that seems contradictory, but to the subconscious — with its different kind of logic — it makes perfectly good sense.
This is why quitting smoking is easier with subconscious questioning. You figure out what makes you tick subconsciously. About smoking, anyway. So quitting-smoking suggestions are effective.
This is the way you make it as easy as possible to quit smoking.
You can see now why quitting smoking any other way just doesn’t make sense.
Trying to quit smoking with the myth of willpower is:
- Doomed to failure; it hardly ever works, and it
- Makes quitting smoking even harder the next time.
You’ve no doubt already tried quitting smoking at least once. So you know this is true.
Nothing has a 100 percent success rate for all people. Anyone tells you they have something like that, run. The other direction. Because they are either do not know what they are talking about, or they are dishonest.
The use of hypnosis might not make it “easy” for you to quit smoking. It has shown to do that for between 7 and 8 out of every 10 people who use it. So not everyone tries quitting smoking with this method actually quits. There are a lot of variables involved.
But everyone who sticks with this method of quitting smoking, and who applies the suggestions that put together on the basis of subconscious questioning, finds it makes it much easier.
And you will be a better person for it because you will know more about yourself.
The cost of trying this method is very low. Much less than other methods. Even less than the cost of a pack of cigarettes in most places.
So do yourself a favor and give it a shot.
An old Sufi adage says, “When you are ready, the answer will appear.”
This is the answer. Are you ready?
The voice on this recording is Dr. Charles E. Henderson — research, academic and clinical psychologist. He is internationally recognized as a leading authority on the uses and applications of self-hypnosis and suggestion.