Simple Self-Hypnosis Will Help You Stop Smoking
Select a quiet, relaxing place to do this exercise. Once you’dve one that, get into comfortable position. You may prefer lying down.
I prefer sitting in a chair, feet on the ground and hands on the knees.
Turn down the lights, close your eyes, take a comfortable, deep breath through your nose.
Hold that breath for three seconds. Let it out slowly through you mouth.
Repeat this breathing for about two minutes. Feel yourself becoming more relaxed with each breath.
Feel your tensions leaving you, riding on the air as it leaves you body. Now, completely relaxed, you can slide gently into the hypnotic state.
You’re resting comfortably. You are happy to increase your relaxation even more. Allow yourself to relax even more.
Cast off the outer world. Let it float away. Make yourself open to gentle change. It is time. There is no hurry. You are experiencing a comfortable, freedom from the urge to do anything.
It’s your turn. Allow yourself some calmness. Allow yourself pleasantness. Choose to be very, patient with yourself. You are accepting a new freedom. That freedom will sit down beside you, calmly.
You have no duties. You are like a cup receiving warm water. Enjoy the calmness. Enjoy being warmed by a pleasant, warm empowerment.
There is no fee for this warm freedom. You are reclaiming it. Passively reclaim it. Relax a little more as you reclaim your freedom.
Give yourself permission for patience. Be gentle with yourself. There is no need to force a river to flow. Feel yourself flowing, floating comfortably.
Come along for a ride.
We are gentle with babies as they grow. Be gentle with yourself as you grow.
Pleasant feelings are helpful as you gently change.
There is no need to push. Change will happen quietly.
You may come into this state of mind again at any time you want to take firm, gentle control.
Just quietly lead yourself back to this warm, comforting place. This is where you will effortlessly master what can only be mastered here.
Allow yourself to experience this state of mind. It is ideal for comfortable change.
When out there in the faster world, you think of smoking, come back to this comfortable place.
Quietly close the door on smoking.
Smell the smoke now, as if in an adjoining room.
Feel yourself closing the door.
See the door closing.
Hear the door close.
Feel yourself smiling a little.
You never need to smoke again.
It doesn’t matter now how you formerly smoked.
out there when you were driving.
out there after you ate.
out there when you were on the phone.
out there when you woke up.
out there while you were reading.
or at any time, out there that no longer applies.
Instead of the destructive habit of smoking, you now have the good habit of not smoking.
You will remember and feel this calmness and gentle self-control.
It doesn’t matter who offers you a cigarette or blows smoke in your face.
You will feel and remember this calmness and gentle self-control,
It may feel little like the calmness of a great tree, facing a strong wind.
You will respond, with something like, ‘No thank you, I don’t smoke anymore,’
You now have control of your mind. You brush away the idea of smoking, like you would a gnat landing on your hand. Imagine that.
With each cigarette you no longer smoke, develop the habit of brushing it away. “no, thanks, I don’t smoke anymore”.. and smile.
There is no substitute for the now dead smoking habit. You simply say, “no, thanks. I don’t smoke anymore”, and smile.
There will be unexpected benefits, too …
In a few days, the nicotine will be gone from your blood and so will it’s effects.
For a few days, your body will feel uncomfortable with your for taking control.
You will just say, “I don’t smoke anymore. Get used to it” and it will.
Over a period of weeks or even months, the tars in your lungs will leave your body.
Your risk of cancer will go down.
The carbon monoxide from the cigarettes has been stealing space in your
blood intended for oxygen will be gone. Your red cells will once again to carry oxygen.
You will feel stronger and feel more energetic. You will feel that energy in less than
a week, now that you have stopped smoking.
You have chosen to be in this natural and very useful state of mind.
Re-experience it again any time you choose to.
Just get in a comfortable position, relax all your muscles, take some slow,
deep breaths. In your mind see, feel and hear some place you love.
Listen to this recording and you will feel yourself back into this state of mind.
Comfortable and relaxed, you will re-experience it. You re-energize your resolve
to stay free of smoking. You will experience again the clarity you with which
you now see. The vitality you now feel. The sound of yourself saying,
“No thanks. I don’t smoke anymore”.
Now you will re-enter the big wide world. you re-enter smoking free.
Count backwards from four.
Do it with me now. When we reach ONE, you will be fully awake.
Four … You’re starting awaken.
Three…You’re feeling all parts of your body
Two … You’re moving your muscles and anticipating being fully awake.
You’re smoke free.
One… Open your eyes. Look around. you are fully awake.
P.S. I am preparing a downloadable recording of this that will
allow you to sit back and re-enforce your new, smoke free
mindset. If that download is not available right now, read
the first part again and experience this calm place where
real changes can happen.
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The difference between the way we drive the first time behind the wheel and the way be do it two years later is obvious. At first, every move is done consciously and often awkwardly. Some people are very tense and nervous for quite a while when earning. Learning to drive is all about developing habits. Very good drivers have learned habits that keep them safe and allow them to use a lot of their attention taking care of the unexpected things.
We learn a lot of things about life, itself, when we are very young. We do it by imitating what other people do. If we have good models, we are likely to develop useful habits. If we are neglected or taught poor ways of doing things, we will often trip over the habits we build.
It is a good thing to be able to accomplish our adult goals and concentrate our awareness on new tasks and new pleasures. We get to do that a lot more when we have developed skills ( good habits ) and are confident that we can continue to learn new ones. Everyone has both useful habits and crummy ones. You could say that Think Right Now, is all about revamping old habits and replacing them with new skills. Skills are nothing more than useful habits.
I began playing the fiddle about 35 years ago. I had an old fiddle but I had no teacher. Learning to play it all by my self was difficult and a bit painful ( especially for my partner ). I kept at it and enjoyed it, but to this day I don’t really sound like the fiddle I would like to be. I learned to play it, but I developed a boat load of bad habits. Why didn’t I get a good teacher that showed me the “right” way to hold the fiddle, the right way to use the bow? Why don’t I do it NOW?
I suppose I don’t do it now for the same reason that people don’t start using Think Right Now to remodel their crummy habits. First, the make the mistake of thinking that there is no way to to “teach and old dog new tricks.
Mike Brescia has spent a huge amount of time studying this problem. Experimented with many methods to polish up his own, personal set of ineffective habits and developed “Think Right Now” He watched it work with many thousands of people who DID decide they’d had enough of awkward, self-defeating habits and limiting beliefs.
I am amazed that people don’t just JUMP on the opportunity that Mike is offering them. I guess it’s just like me, scratching away on the fiddle and not getting me a great fiddle teacher.
Visit Mikes website and take good look at the life issues that he has taken on with his method. Read the testimonials of those folk that DID “jump on” the chance to remodel the habits that held them back. Pick a program that addresses one of your “junk” habits. Follow it. You can’t lose. Just look at the money back guarantee you get!
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I believe that most people who create self-help and personal growth methods genuinely want to help other folks reach their goals. It takes a lot of work to put together any substantial method and get it out to the public. The people who create the methods and make them available also need to make a living. Just as I do. Programs based on affirmations definitely do work, but they only work for those who actually USE them.
It isn’t difficult to find testimonials from people who spent maybe 1/2 hour with some competing course, who will make excuses for their failure and say that for one reason or another, the course just doesn’t work. Don’t be one of those folks.
A common excuse is that affirmations of things about themselves that just aren’t true can’t possibly work. They say they “feel like they are lying to themselves” saying that they have great confidence, when confidence is exactly what they lack, or that they feel strong, when they always feel weak.
I want to address that common experience now.
Here’s a true story my father told me about himself. When he was in his 20’s, he took a job as a radio announcer. He had no announcing experience, but had a masters degree in drama. He had played all manner of parts in many plays. He played Romeo, thieves, priests, rufians and kings. That didn’t bother him at all. Everybody KNEW he was acting, it was OK to act the parts because he was just acting.
This radio announcing was different. It made him uncomfortable to be announcing, doing serious news, doing commercials. He felt like he wasn’t REALLY a radio announcer; that it was somehow not genuine to pretend.
Dad confided this to a veteran announcer he worked with. The veteran asked, “you are an actor, aren’t you, Gordon?”..
My father agreed. His friend said, kindly, “then ACT the part of an announcer and you will soon become one, just as I have.”
My father told me he followed that advice and soon truly felt the fact that he had become an announcer. It was the beginning of a long career and successful career in radio and television.
My suggestion to you is to use affirmations. You aren’t trying to fool yourself or anyone else when you say positive things about yourself. You are ACTING an attitude, a feeling, a future you. Just as Dad became a real, honest to goodness radio announcer, you will become the person you want to be by acting that role, that person and allowing yourself to feel, for a few moments each time you do that, what it will feel like when you become like that. No apologies are needed.
Go ahead. Get the feel of being more confident. Act, in private how it will feel to be more confident. Envision yourself overcoming shyness or procrastination.
This activity, the use affirmations for growth, is an entirely personal thing. You are not trying to fool anyone; not even yourself. You are training yourself. You are changing yourself. Go for it.
Could This One Piece of Information Destroy You, or Lift You to the Greatest Heights?
Let’s repeat an affirmation. It seems too simple the first time you hear it. But athletes use it. All forms of media advertising agencies live by it. Armies of the world wouldn’t even come close to going into battle without it. All the most successful people in every field of endeavour know it and use it daily. And it is the reason for the circumstances that dominate your life today. Whatever they may be.
So what is IT? The piece of information I am talking about is described very well in this extract from Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
“Repetition of affirmation of orders to your subconscious mind is the only known method of voluntary development of the emotion of faith.
Perhaps the meaning may be made clearer through the following explanation as to the way men sometimes become criminals. Stated in the words of a famous criminologist, When men first come into contact with crime, they abhor it. If they remain in contact with crime for a time, they become accustomed to it and endure it. If they remain in contact with it long enough, they finally embrace it, and become influenced by it.
This is the equivalent of saying that any impulse of thought which is repeatedly passed on to the subconscious mind is, finally, accepted and acted upon by the subconscious mind, which proceeds to translate that impulse into its physical equivalent, by the most practical procedure available.”
Put much more simply: If you hear it enough times, you’ll believe it, and you’ll do it.
Here’s something you need to know. Your unconscious mind is operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It’s constantly accepting whatever information it receives and storing it. Your unconscious mind cannot tell the difference between truth and reality. And the unconscious mind is limited in it’s ability to perform by the raw materials of information that you give it. It cannot manufacture other materials.
So the question becomes, what messages are we feeding to our subconscious mind. These understandings about the unconscious mind are what advertising is all about. If I tell you enough times that my burger is everything you have ever wanted in a hamburger ,you will begin to accept that as the truth unless you are consciously offering another, more powerful, message to your unconscious mind.
If I tell you enough times that you are the most awesome fighting force in the world and we are going to win this war, you will begin to believe it and act as thought it is true. And if I continue to tell you this, you will begin to become, by whatever practical means available, an awesome soldier. Especially if I provide you with the kind of environment that nurtures that outcome.
But here’s the pinch. I have no control over you and your actions, or the outcome of your life. None whatsoever. Because if you are the one consciously feeding yourself messages, you will become the result of those messages.
If you want to become the worlds fastest runner, then all you really have to do is feed yourself the message that you are and never accept any message to the contrary. Before long you will begin to act in a way that heads you towards that physical reality, by whatever practical means available.
Yeah but, Scott, I ain’t got no legs!
South African, Oscar Pistorius, who had both his legs amputated at age one, applied to run not in the Para Olympics, but in the main event of the Beijing Olympics. The International Association of Athletics Federations ruled he was not allowed to complete against able bodied athletes because he can run too fast. Oscar has a set of kick ass prosthetic legs designed especially for him which enable him to use different weight distributions of his body and consume less oxygen in the process. Not only can he run faster, but he can do it for longer too.
Whatever practical means available!
Every day, people are achieving amazing things. But rarely does this stuff come to our attention. Rarely is it the message we receive. Why? Because it’s not the message you’ve been looking for. If stories like Oscar’s, or articles like this are something you find rare in your life, and at the same time you are wondering why your life isn’t where you’d like it to be, then you just got a clear cut message that you’ve been paying attention to the wrong things.
Seek and ye shall find. Ask and the answer will come. Knock and the door shall be opened. This is not new material.
Remember to Breathe.
Repeated Affirmation Repeated Affirmation
So many of the clients I train talk about how they don’t have the will or discipline to stick with their workout program.
The thing that they don’t seem to understand is that it really is not about will or drive or discipline. It is simply about habits. Think of it this way, you don’t have to have determination to brush your teeth and take a shower do you? No. You just do it.
That is the big difference between all the people who are in shape in the fitness area and the one’s who are not. That’s it really.
Although it does take drive to develop a workout or fitness habit, there are some things you can do to make it successful and easier and set yourself up for success.
Keeping to your workout schedule. So, we are creatures of habit and this is a really important thing to allow for when setting up your schedule. Ok here is the deal….the first 3 months is critical to developing a habit to the point that you never again have to reallly “think” about if you’re going to workout or eat right. So like I said before the best case scenorio, working out for you should be like brushing your teeth. Leaving no question as to wether or not you are going to workout. You just do. No questions asked. The minute you skip a workout, you break the habit your sub conscience is trying develop.
Chemicals and fissures actually develop in your brain when it comes to this. It is just like creating a trail in the wild at first. The more you hike through it, the easier it gets to walk through it and the less you have to navigate. Habits are way more powerful than merely telling yourself “I need to workout because I am out of shape”. Our mind just doesn’t work like that. The easiest way to get to this point is to either take a class, use a trainer, or meet up with someone who is more determined than you are, so that you don’t have to think about your workout and that you just have to do your workout.
Think about it….treat it like a habit before it even becomes one and you are on your way to that mindset. Coming to the fitness center to meet with a trainer to workout or take a class is great because you are already in the mindset of ” I don’t have to problem solve or think, I simply need to do something without thinking. That is the type of activity you need to develop the habit you want. Something were you can just show up.
This is why I get agitated with a trainer when they don’t follow up with a no show. It’s so much more than being upset at that client’s lack of follow thru. Getting out of this habit, not doing what you set out to do has a direct impact on your confidence or lack of it.
Do yourself a favor and set yourself up for success from the get go.
1. Make it conveinent. No one wants or will drive 50 miles after a hard day of work. Make sure you pack your clothes in your car before you go to work if you work. The minute you get home from a hard day at work is the minute you end up staying at home. After all you see the laundry that needs to get done, the bills that need paying. Home is a never ending excuse believe me.
2. Get with a person who is a few steps ahead of you. Always, when you want to develop your habit for success and have success developing your habit, you need to be around people you want to be like. You need to feed off their energy. Dale Carnegie once said that if he lost everything and became poor, he would immediately find a place where there were a lot of rich people because, just being around their energy alone would put him in a great place to make a comeback.
3. Make it the same time everyday. Make it happen after the same event if you can every day. The trigger in your brain that tells you that it’s time for bed or to go to work will be the same trigger that tells you that it is time for your workout. You see, less stuff to cognitively think about will add more space to just do and be.
4. Make it enjoyable. For all that is good and right with the world….for Gods sake make it enjoyable. There is no reason to do a boring, tired workout. Please don’t waste your life doing one. Instead, find out who to workout with and what to do to make it fun.
5. Stay on it for three months without results being your main concern. Go ahead and do the best one for you and look forward to the results, but do it knowing that the results if done right will come and just do it.
Copyright (c) 2008 Gina Cool
Gina Cool is the owner of http://www.CoolfitnessYOGA.com . She considers it an honor to help people get fit in mind, body, and spirit. She has been in the fitness industry for over 15 years. She has a BA in kinisiology.
Developing Good Fitness Habits
Unhealthy or bad habits like smoking, alcohol or substance abuse among kids are the major concerns for parents these days. Lack of proper monitoring slides their way towards unhealthy lifestyle and destroys them eventually. However, instead of getting worried, it is necessary for you, as a parent, to guide them towards healthy-living. Follow the saying ‘strike while the iron is red hot’ – act in a right way and at the right time to correct your kid. Here are some ways that help you to deal with your kids’ unhealthy habits.
Educate about the importance of healthy lifestyle
Inculcating healthy habits in your children is one of the best ways to help them turn away from unhealthy habits. This is a bit difficult task. However, ensure that they follow healthy habits in a step-by-step manner. Make them understand the importance of healthy lifestyle. Explain them the way it improves their physical and mental health. If necessary, ask a physician or your family doctor to suggest certain tips to follow healthy habits.
Encourage physical activity
One way to deal with their unhealthy habits is to encourage physical activity. It is one of the most important practices of healthy lifestyle. Make your kids engage in some physical activity like exercise or any other sport they like. Make them inculcate a habit of walking or jogging daily. The physical activity helps in two ways: one – it improves physical health; two – it replaces the time spent for unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol or substance abuse. However, be sure that it is made a regular practice.
Ensure proper diet at home
The diet we take has a huge impact on our health. Ensure that you provide healthy food at home. Include plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables in their daily diet. Encourage your children to drink more water or milk instead of taking regular-calorie soft drinks, sports drinks or alcohol. A healthy dietary routine eliminates any ill-health effects occurred due to substance abuse.
Warn about effects of bad (unhealthy) habits
The most basic thing you need to do is to warn your children about the dangerous effects of unhealthy habits. Make them understand how they destroy the personal and professional life of an individual. Kids will understand easily when you explain using real stories rather than showing statistics and facts. So, give some real-life examples of your friends or relatives or any other person whose life got destroyed because of such practices.
Find the role of peer pressure on them
Most of the youth gets into unhealthy habits because of peer pressure. Ask your kids if their friends are encouraging them to take drugs or alcohol. Suggest them to simply avoid such friends. Teach them that their self-confidence is the best protection against the peer pressure. Check with whom your kids are going out and study their lifestyle clearly.
Design strict rules for unhealthy behavior
It is not always good to be calm and polite with your kids. You should be strict and harsh at times. Make strict rules for unhealthy behavior. Discuss the rules, explanations and consequences with your kids in advance. Make sure that you punish or enforce the consequences when they are linked with any unhealthy habits. This creates a sort of responsibility in your children. At the same time, praise them if they are adapting healthy living.
Be a role model
Kids will easily get attracted to bad habits when they see you practicing them. They will always be watching you and will try to imitate you. So, you should be careful! Set yourself as a good example to your kid. Get involved in healthy living habits along with your family to drag your kids away from any unhealthy practices.
It can be asserted that these ways help you to correct your children who are prone to unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol or substance abuse. Remember the saying, ‘Just as the twig is bent, the tree?s inclined’. Things that affect and influence your kids in their childhood will shape the kind of adults they turn out.
It is extremely common for us to put off doing something simply because we are too lazy to do so. However, procrastination goes beyond that. It is a habitual and intentional act to delay doing or completing their responsibilities, and over time, can have severe negative impact on the persons life. Their overall well=being suffers as well, as feelings of guilt, inadequacy, stress and depression may kick in.
Why do people procrastinate then? More often than not, people procrastinate not because they are lazy. There are many causes and reasons for procrastination, and below we shall discuss a few of the more common ones. By understanding the reason and the emotions behind your procrastination, you can then go about getting rid of this bad habit.
Some people have unrealistically high standards and expectations, and this causes them to procrastinate as they feel that they do not have the skills and abilities that are needed to complete it satisfactorily. They are afraid of attempting it, and not doing it perfectly, hence they make excuses that they need to acquire more knowledge before they can attempt it. The best way to break out of this cycle is to tell yourself that you can do it, and the task is easier than what you think it is. Or perhaps, you need to speak to your superior to draw up accurate and realistic level of expectations.
This occurs when you find yourself avoiding the task, or simply refusing to complete it. The cause of this could be an argument with your superior, or your teacher or project team. The feelings of anger and resentment against them can translate into an unwillingness to do what they have assigned you to. Another common reason for procrastination could be the anger felt at having the task forced upon you, when you are either unwilling or uninterested in it, and have expressed so and been ignored. This would cause feelings of resentment and result in avoidance.
These are the people who constantly harbour thoughts that they are not good enough, or that they always fail, and are probably just stupid and incapable. This kind of negative thinking makes it difficult for them to attempt projects, especially important ones as they feel so inadequate that they should not even be doing a task of this magnitude or importance. The root cause of this form of thinking could be previous failures, or abrasive and abusive comments from people around them, causing them to be labelled with their own inadequacies and perceived shortcomings.
Hence, there are many different reasons why people tend to procrastinate, and this is a bad habit that many people are guilty of. There is a difference between being momentarily lazy, and procrastinating as a habit. By identifying the reason for your procrastination, you will be able to eliminate it and finally get your work done on time.
Why Do People Procrastinate
Our thoughts are a marinade for the mind. Positive thoughts create
positive, confident choices and, ultimately, success. But research
shows that a full 75% of our thinking is negative, and that can lead
to fear, discouragement, and frustration.
The good news is that positive thinking is a specific skill that
can be learned and improved upon. Here’s how to replace your negative
thoughts with more positive ones by creating and using your own affirmations.
Ask yourself: What about your life would you most like to change?
Make a brief list of your most significant life challenges.
Narrow down these challenges into specifics. (Example: “I owe a lot
of money” becomes “I owe money to credit card companies.”)
For each challenge, brainstorm all of the possible solutions. Visualize the
best possible outcome of your problem.
State this outcome in a clear, direct sentence, and keep the focus on specifics.
Write your affirmation in the present tense and in a positive way. (Example:
“I will pay off my credit card debt” becomes “I can pay off my credit card debt.” )
If you find objections surfacing in the form of negative self-talk, restate the
objection in the form of a positive thought. (Example: Affirmation: “I can pay
off my credit card debt.” Objection: “I can’t come up with that kind of money!”
New affirmation: “I can find ways to earn all the money I need.”)
Print your affirmations and place them where you’ll see them throughout the day
and repeat your affirmations aloud, several times a day, with conviction. Always
say your affirmations before you drift off to sleep at night and repeat them again
upon waking in the morning, when your mind is most receptive to new ideas.
Another idea: record your affirmations into a tape recorder and listen to them
in the car. Or check out these pre-recorded affirmations from Behavior Modification
and Positive Thinking and learning expert Mike Brescia, reviewed here:
As you replace your negative thoughts with positive ones, you open your life to more confidence,
drive, and success. Try it today and see.
Believe it or not.
It is been shown beyond doubt that affirmations, used repeatedly will reprogram old habits. When an affirmation is repeated over and over,the unconscious mind treats it as reality. This suggests that the use of affirmations might turn our lives around dramatically. How about the eating disorders? Could affirmations be used to and binge eating disorders?
We behave according to our mental model of the world, the way the world appears to our unconscious mind. Do you want to improve all your most important relationship relationship? You may not be convinced that you deserve to do that, but you can began acting as if you did. listening to and repeating affirmations for a while, your unconscious mind will take over and train your conscious mind until it understands that you do deserve that . If you wanted better job, make affirmations affirmations about your passion for a better job and watch how things change in your favor..
Now, back to being eating habits. This may sound to you like mere fancy. Go ahead and boldly affirm that you can be the eating and to the and your subconscious mind will get you what you want before all of. You can say, for example, “My body is a healthy temple.” it turns out that any subject that you affirm causes your mind to organize itself around that affirmation and soon it will not accept anything less. You (your mind) will start to treat your body as sacred and will direct all your actions away from damaging it. following the example of your unconscious mind, your conscious mind will begin to hold that same respect. That is simply how your mind works. Nothing tricky about it. your selection of foods and how much of each food you eat will change to match your new concept and respect for your body.
As a binge eater you know that much of your easy is not about being hungry at all. You eat , you eat to exchange a good feeling for something going on with yourself that does not feel good. it is entirely possible for you to affirm that you can handle those unpleasant feelings that cause you to eat too much or too often. You truly can reprogram your mind so that you believe your affirmations and effortlessly moderate your eating. this change of perspective will not, of course happen overnight. Be patient. Repeated affirmations will first make you aware of what you say and what you think. That awareness will cause you to bring your eating habits in line with your increased self respect.
When your thoughts change, your life with follow in the same direction. Love and respect for your body will lead you away from binging. You will replace your negative feelings with positive ones. This unconscious shift, followed by a conscious one, will literally change your food habits and end your Binge Eating Disorder. Understand that your unconscious mind, and everyone else’s, can be as wrong as wrong can be. There is nothing wrong and everything right about consciously correcting incorrect beliefs. Do so and watch how things improve in your life.
By: Stephen Tuell
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