“I want to lose weight.”
“I want to stop smoking.”
Do these sound familiar?
There are many things, people, and habits that are difficult to lose or to stop.
A friend of mine who has been smoking since high school decided to quit cold turkey when the global pandemic hit—that is, in March. Since then she has not felt the urge to smoke, which was impressive.
Months passed, and every time we caught up, I would ask her if she still smokes, and she always tells me that she hasn’t picked up a cigarette since the virus broke out.
I was so happy for her.
Until the restrictions eased a bit and she managed to go outside her house and meet some of her friends, the next day, during our “weekly” catch, she told me that she smokes.
She said it was a one time thing. Until she did it again, and now she’s back to square one, and she was completely destroyed.
I know that smoking is an addiction. I have talked to many people who have this addiction and I can say that it is challenging to quit.
There are many ways to quit, but interventions are the most effective.
So, what I suggested is hypnosis to my friend.
Hypnosis can help a person get into the right mindset. And the best thing is that it works like meditation.
Here’s a simple self-hypnosis you can do yourself:
- Sit or lie down and close your eyes.
- Take three slow, deep breaths.
- Hold the third breath for three seconds.
- As you breathe, relax, and sink back into your seat.
- Focus on your breathing.
- Let your thoughts drift in and out until you clear your mind.
- Count backwards from 10 to zero—count each number as you breathe and focus on various areas of the body, allowing yourself to slowly relax. You can start with your feet and work up to your head, or vice versa.
- Imagine yourself in a tranquil space, and picture as much detail as possible.
- In this state of concentration and relaxation, give yourself a suggestion to feel more confident to quit an addiction. You can also see your reason for quitting to feel more motivated to reach your goal. Use this time wisely.
- Wake yourself up by counting down from zero to 10.
Similar to meditation, this simple technique of self-hypnosis will take some time and practice before you can do it at a more comfortable pace. And that’s okay! Take all the time you need—what’s important here is to stay consistent and determined to do it to reach your goals.
This is why hypnosis is extremely useful in the Law of Attraction.
When you get to that state, and are able to suggest things to yourself, you will attract the things you want to manifest in your life.
Hypnosis taps into your subconscious that will make your urges even more powerful.
Next thing you know, you’re no longer picking up a cigarette even if you’re put in situations that encourage it.
Or you no longer binge on junk foods.
Or perhaps, you can use self-hypnosis to take your manifestation process to the next level.
It’s time to clear your energies, and that includes breaking bad habits that hold you back from living the life you deserve.
Start with A Better Life with Hypnosis today.