Quit Smoking With Self-Hypnosis
By M. Ron Eslinger, RN, CRNA, APN, MA, BCH, CMI, FNGH
Captain United States Navy Retired
Caution: Do not listen to this App While driving.
If you have decided to quit smoking, this clinical hypnosis program will work for you.
Clinical Hypnosis is shown to be a very effective tool in areas of behavior modification. Stop smoking commercials state, “Best results when used in combination with a behavior modification programs such as Clinical Hypnosis.”
Nicotine replacement is only about 32% effective, Chantix is 44% at 6 months and 22% at a year. Clinical Hypnosis by an experienced hypnotists is greater that 75% effective.
Highly motivated According to the National Institutes of Health, Clinical Hypnosis is one of the best methods available for stress reduction & relaxation which enhances one’s ability to respond to quit smoking suggestions.
Hypnosis is a focused natural state with the brain in an alpha, theta frequency somewhat like day dreaming. Changing the mind changes the brain which changes a behavior.
Important! Every night as you are falling asleep say to yourself 10 time “I quit” and create a picture in your mind of you as a non smoker. A picture of you healthy happy and in control of all habits.
At other times if the thought of wanting to smoke comes into your mind – take a deep breath and visualize the reason you gave up smoking.
Continually see yourself as a non smoker.
You become what you see yourself to be. Listen to some part of the CD at least once daily. In the morning and in the afternoon find 3-5 minutes to relax and meditate (go into self-hypnosis) and visualize yourself as a non-smoker, as having already quit.
The subconscious mind maintains what it thinks you are. We filter through the alpha theta brain wave state as falling to sleep, when driving and when day dreaming. There are no feelings or emotions without thought. Only you can control your thoughts.
Ron Eslinger, Captain US Navy Retired is an Advanced Practice Nurse, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, a Board Certified Hypnotherapist a Certified Master Trainer with the National Guild of Hypnotists Fellow of the National Council for Hypnotherapy, United Kingdom. He has lectured and consulted internationally on matters of hypnosis, anesthesia, bioterrorism and HIV/AIDS for both civilian and military organizations. The recipient of the 2003 National Guild of Hypnotists research award, the 2004 Presenter of the Year and the Life Time Achievement Award from Mid-America Hypnosis Conference. Ron is the owner of Healthy Visions Wellness Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Director of the Center’s School of Hypnosis.
“Thank You Ron! I’ve been using your Quit Smoking Program and Six Years now without a cigarette!!”Wow this program is amazing, I’ve smoked all my life since I was fifteen, and have tried everything from patches, to gum, to cold turkey and nothing seemed to work, at most would go a few months, but would always start back. I purchased your Quit Smoking program, and stopped smoking immediately after listening. I continued to listen to your program each day and continued to see my self as a non smoker, and I’m happy to report that I’ve been without cigarettes and nicotine now for over six years. Thank you so much Ron, I can breathe, play outside with my kids, and I’ve gained more time for other activities and saved a ton of money! You are the best Ron.I also used your Lose Weight with Self-Hypnosis program,
and lost over a 100 lbs at the same time as using your Quit Smoking program. My Family and I would like to thank you for saving my life and I will recommend your program to all my smoking and overweight friends and family and strangers. Thank you, David Ezzell – Knoxville, TN
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Five Critical Features for using this App
Place: Find a quiet room where you can work undisturbed.
Position: Get comfortably supported. Use a bed, a couch or a recliner.
Clothing: Wear loose comfortable clothing.
Time: Schedule a fixed time daily to rotate the stop smoking tracks.
Focus: Focus on the particular reason you decided to quit smoking.