It can be easy to quit smoking in just one session with this special Harley Street hypnotherapy technique
Before I tell you about the stop smoking session I’ll let you into a secret, that I used to Smoke! And when I see people smoking now in my mind I think ’thank god that’s not me’ my Dad also used to smoke and even with his COPD believed roll ups were his friends and he never really wanted to stop, bless him he is no longer with us, however I’m telling you this because I do understand many aspects of why this happens and how we create the pattern of the smoking habit. I love helping people to stop smoking because I myself now feel so much better for it physically and financially, and to be able to help others achieve the same results that I have experienced is a gift.
I don’t have a magic wand and cannot make you do anything you don’t want to do, so you have to WANT to stop. When you know 100% that it’s the right decision for you, what I will share is that hypnotherapy is the most effective way of stopping smoking for good. Unlike other approaches, it offers a unique combination of techniques that work together to address the root causes of addiction and help individuals break free from the habit.
The stop smoking session is just one session, where I will guide you through a transformative journey, helping you break free from the grip of nicotine habit. By tapping into your unconscious mind, we will reprogram your thoughts and behaviours, empowering you to make healthier choices and live a smoke-free life. Imagine the sense of liberation and control you will feel as you leave behind the harmful habit of smoking in just a single session.
There are many techniques combined for success during the session, by utilizing suggestion, parts therapy, aversion, and forward pacing, hypnotherapy provides a comprehensive and holistic approach.
One of the key advantages of hypnotherapy is its ability to tap into the power of suggestion. During the session, I guide you into a deeply relaxed state, where their unconscious mind becomes more receptive to positive suggestions. By implanting new beliefs and attitudes towards smoking, hypnotherapy helps you to rewire your thought patterns and develop a strong aversion towards cigarettes. This powerful technique helps to break the psychological and emotional ties to smoking, making it easier to quit and stay smoke-free.
Another valuable aspect of hypnotherapy is parts therapy, which involves identifying and addressing the different parts of the individual’s mind that may be in conflict when it comes to quitting smoking. By understanding and resolving these internal conflicts, hypnotherapy helps individuals align their conscious and unconscious minds towards the common goal of quitting smoking. This integrated approach ensures that all aspects of the individual’s psyche are working together, increasing the chances of long-term success. Furthermore, I incorporate an aversion techniques, which create a negative association with smoking. By using visualization and guided imagery, you are encouraged to imagine the unpleasant consequences of smoking, such as the damage it causes to their health and the negative impact on their loved ones. This technique helps you to reinforce the individual’s motivation to quit and strengthens their resolve to stay smoke-free.
Lastly, forward pacing is a technique used in hypnotherapy to help individuals envision a future without smoking. By guiding you through a vivid and compelling visualization of your life as a non-smoker, hypnotherapy helps to create a positive and motivating vision of the future. This technique enhances the individual’s belief in their ability to quit smoking and provides them with a clear roadmap towards a healthier and smoke-free life. By utilising all these methods together it addresses the psychological, emotional, and behavioural aspects of the habit, hypnotherapy is such a powerful resource.
Don’t let smoking control your life any longer – take the first step towards a healthier, smoke-free future with my effective hypnotherapy program.