YES. You can use hypnosis to stop smoking. And you notice I use the phrase ‘stop smoking’, not ‘quit smoking’. Because you are not going to quit anything. You are going to stop smoking once and for all. The only thing you will need to stop this habit is the desire to do so. If you really want to stop smoking, hypnosis will help you to be successful in overcoming the habit. You have to WANT it.
Hypnosis For Smoking Cessation
When you use hypnosis, you will be able to change your beliefs about cigarettes and smoking. You will see the truth about this nasty, unhealthy habit. The deeper and higher parts of your mind will see this habit for what it really is. As you change your beliefs about cigarettes and tobacco, you won’t have to use your will power to stop. Ideally, you will look at cigarettes and smoking the same way I do With complete disinterest and say to yourself, “Why would I ever want to do that again?”.
How Successful Is Hypnosis To Stop Smoking?
I don’t have exact statistics to share with you. I don’t always hear back from my clients. But from my experience, the more you want to stop smoking, the more successful you will be. If you really want to stop from deep within, you will be successful.
Hypnosis will help you to be more motivated and more disciplined. But hypnosis will also help you see the truth about this habit on deep levels of your mind, the subconscious mind. And as you are more aware of the truth, you will be able to stop without effort.
How Many Hypnotherapy Sessions Are Needed To Stop Cigarettes?
It usually will take two sessions of hypnotherapy to stop the habit once and for all. Every now and again, someone may either want or need a third session, but that is pretty rare. The majority of the time, my clients stop smoking after the first session. I think it helps to come in for a second session to allow the suggestions to go even deeper so you won’t smoke again.
That’s why I tell my clients to say goodbye to the habit and to the cigarettes before the first session. Say goodbye to this “friend” you’ve been using for a long time. Because you won’t be hanging out with this “friend” any more.