Stop Smoking Hypnosis
Stop smoking hypnosis can help you quit for good. When do you light up a cigarette? If you’re a regular smoker, there are different times in the day when you habitually step outside for a smoke. You’ve just poured your morning cup of coffee. You’ve just eaten lunch. You’re done with dinner, or you’re out with friends having cocktails. These are just a few examples of trigger moments for smokers. Being mindful of these times and these triggers is the first step in quitting. Meditation can help you be more mindful of your body and its cravings.
If you’re addicted to smoking, you know what a powerful feeling a nicotine craving can be. You can’t think of anything but smoking. The next time you’re at home, and you have a craving, instead of going outside for a smoke, why not sit down on the floor, close your eyes, and take a deep breath?
Your lungs don’t want a cigarette. Your heart doesn’t want a cigarette. You have a physical addiction to nicotine, but, really, your mind wants that cigarette more than anything in your body. If you can take a few minutes – maybe just as long as it would take to go outside for a smoke – and meditate, you can get through that craving.
That’s the thing about cravings. They don’t last forever. They come, and they go. Have you ever really wanted a cigarette when you were in a meeting at work? Then, when you got done, you got caught talking with someone for a while. Then you went back to your desk, having forgotten about the craving until later? That’s the nature of cigarette cravings. Your body doesn’t want it, but your mind does.
If you meditate daily, you’ll find that taking that time to focus on your breath, your body, and your mind, will give you new perspective on the types of things you put in your body. Don’t be surprised if you go in search of healthier foods and think twice instead of lighting up a cigarette.