Dallas Hypnosis Smoking Program helps you stay focused on the goal to stop smoking, even if there are set backs.
While a person is quitting an addictive habit like smoking, over eating, or even nail biting, and they have a set back, hypnosis assists them in banishing useless energy like GUILT, SHAME, and REGRET so the person can move forward. Those negative emotions are equal to beating yourself up, making them feel horrible.
Sometimes the effect of the negative emotion is worse then the one cigarette.
When a person “falls off the wagon” hypnosis not only works to get them back on track but also to release the emotional trigger that ensues from the set back.
How does hypnosis help to release those triggers?
We have heard people refer to My Trigger when emotions are involved. Basically what they are saying is that a current event reminds them of an event in the past and “triggers” or recalls the same feelings associated with that event, good or bad. If bad, hypnosis is used to transform the original event, freeing the person of the emotion associated with the event. They will still remember the event, just won’t have the bad or negative emotion connected to it, which is very freeing!
This is why the Dallas Hypnosis Smoking Cessation program not only addresses the addictive and habitual side of smoking but also digs deeper in the emotional side…set backs included.
“We stay with our clients for one year. I want them to know they can get help nine months from their last appointment should they have the urge to start again,” explains Valerie Grimes, Hypnotist.
Please call me if you have quit and started again, my thought is that you just didn’t dig deep enough to get to the root of the problem. Looking forward to hearing your “off the wagon” tales! Call Dallas hypnosis Smoking Program hypnotist Valerie Grimes at 972-974-2094.
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