Stop Smoking Hypnosis Studies

Numerous studies have been done showing the effectiveness of hypnosis for smoking cessation. Several of these stop smoking studies are summarized below, along with a list of other references.

The Master Hypnotist Society Canada

Psychiatrists have been using hypnosis on patients for decades — to help them reduce their pain or kick a smoking habit, among other reasons.

How To Stop Procrastinating & Get Motivated

How To Stop Procrastinating & Get Motivated Discover How Hypnosis Can Help You Get Motivated & Achieve Your Life Goals. There is an old Yiddish curse that says “may you grow like an onion with your head in the ground.” Unfortunately many people are under this curse, and they often don’t even know it. Make […]

7 Frequently Asked Questions On Stop Smoking

When you first started smoking, you probably coughed or thought it tasted or smelled terrible, but you kept doing it. Maybe it was to be cool, or rebel against your parents, or bond with your friends. By smoking over and over again, you convinced yourself you were a smoker. In other words you hypnotized yourself into it.

Your Life Goals With These 8 Tips

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You know what it’s like to get excited about achieving a life goal, only to have it fall by the wayside.  For example, vowing to finally lose those extra pounds.  Or stop smoking once and for all.  Or manage your stress better.  First you are excited and all in, and then something distracts you.  As a result, you abandon your goal.  It’s disappointing.  It wears away at your confidence.  And you suffer the pain and hassle of keeping your problem.

This Wacky Yiddish Curse Could Change Your Life

There is an old Yiddish curse that says “may you grow like an onion with your head in the ground.” Unfortunately many people are under this curse, and they often don’t even know it. Make sure you’re not one of them.

The Neural Magic of Hypnotic Suggestion

A new review of the scientific literature studying hypnosis, in the journal Nature Reviews Neuroscience, by Oakley and Halligan, discusses the potential for hypnosis to provide insights into brain mechanisms involved in attention, motor control, pain perception, beliefs and volition and also to produce informative analogues of clinical conditions.

Avoid These 5 Hypnosis Training Pitfalls

Some people aren’t interested in learning something new. They simply want the validating feeling of confirming what they already believe. So they look for others who agree, and dig their heels in and defend their beliefs. This leaves people stuck where they started, instead of gaining an appreciation for a different perspective that can help.