Hypnosis to Quit Smoking

Hypnosis for smoking is one of the most effective ways to conquer the unhealthy habit. Hypnosis therapy, in general, is a powerful and efficient solution for many “bad habits.”

If you have tried to quit smoking before and have not succeeded, it doesn’t mean that you lack willpower. In fact, it is exactly the opposite. It means that you have a powerful and stubborn subconscious mind.

The mind, which is 10 percent conscious and 90 percent subconscious, pushes you to do everything that has been programmed into your subconscious mind. Up until now, your mind, unfortunately, has been programmed to smoke.

Hypnosis for smoking works to re-program the subconscious mind.

Just imagine what would happen if you channeled that stubbornness in your subconscious mind to quit smoking or to achieve other goals that you have chosen for yourself.

Hypnosis therapy helps people to direct their subconscious minds to work with them, not against them.

Through hypnosis therapy, the desire to smoke will lessen. The appeal of the ritual and kinetic motion of smoking also will weaken. Environmental situations that used to trigger the need to smoke will eventually disappear.

How will I be able to stop smoking with hypnosis?

Hypnosis therapy will help to empower internal motivation and to strengthen willpower. It will increase a person’s awareness of the potential health benefits to be enjoyed when the smoking habit is broken for good.

How many hypnosis for smoking therapy sessions will I need?

One two-hour session is enough for many people to quit their smoking habit. In some cases, additional sessions will be required.

Why haven’t I been able to quit smoking with more conventional methods?

Despite the fact that your conscious mind understands the negative side effects of the habit, your subconscious mind is still programmed to draw pleasure from smoking. Hypnosis for smoking works to re-program thoughts deep within the subconscious mind.

Hypnosis helps to redirect and strengthen motivation and willpower. By strengthening both, which are stored in the subconscious mind, it will be easier to stop smoking through hypnosis.

What is your method for achieving a trance-like state?

Hollywood films and fiction novels equate hypnosis to a zombie-like state. This is not at all a reality. By following simple instructions, a person can achieve a natural state of mind called a trance. Hypnosis is a state of mind in which your body is deeply relaxed. It opens up your subconscious mind to positive suggestions.

At any time, a person can exit a trance-like state. There is always a level of consciousness to keep you safe.

Also, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. A person can only enter this state of mind if they wish for it.

Can I bring someone with me to my stop smoking hypnosis sessions?

A friend or family member can accompany you to any session throughout the process.

Hypnotherapists are not licensed by the state of California as healing arts practitioners. For your protection, work on some issues may require a consultation and referral from a licensed physician or mental health professional
I was a 35-year smoker and had tried to quit in the past unsuccessfully. Hypnosis made it remarkably easy to be smoke free without deprivation, discomfort, withdrawal symptoms or weight gain. It was amazing to quit in one session. I highly recommend Mr. Hertzberg to others.
~ Steve Ross
I began smoking at age 17 and smoked a pack a day. In a time span of 21 years, I attempted to quit on many occasions. But each time I quit, I would become very anxious and stressed that I resumed smoking again. In October 2004 I sought help through hypnosis and this time I was successful. I am amazed at how easy it was. I had no cravings or withdrawal symptoms and was free of irritability and nervousness. I actually felt calm and peaceful for days after the session. My husband even commented on my calm disposition. I would highly recommend hypnosis. It worked for me and I am so thankful I am free of that old habit.
~ Katherine
I smoked 3 packs a day for over 28 years. I quit with Mr. Hertzberg’s program.
~ Todd Sorieno