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Hypnotherapy To Stop Smoking

Barry Sinclair's sophisticated, relaxed manner is the result of years of experience. His aim is always the class of excellence that only comes from constant improvement. Critics are universally agreed in their acknowledgement of his vast experience, which is a delightful testimony to his enduring success.
Barry Sinclair has helped thousands of people to lead healthier lifestyles. His Hypnotherapy sessions are successful for improving wellbeing, particularly for people who wish to quit smoking.
If you were a non-smoker, would you start smoking today?
By using hypnosis Barry Sinclair can help rid your mind of cravings and make your smoking habit fade away - for good!

What Is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a natural state of selective, focused attention, and, even though it is 100% natural and normal, it remains the most fascinating phenomenon of the human mind. 

Our ability to enter this unique state of consciousness opens the door to countless possibilities for healing, self-exploration and change. Hypnosis, called by different names in different cultures and times, has been recognised for thousands of years and used for many purposes.

Very few people actually want to stop smoking. They know they should stop but they don’t actually want to give up smoking, although they think they want to stop. Why would anyone want to give up something they like or that to which they are addicted. In fact they probably would like more not less. With all the bad publicity about smoking, smokers feel guilty and when people feel guilty they punish themselves and what better way than to smoke more. They don’t really know this is going on in their minds. Trying to frighten people into stopping is not successful. Showing them for instance a picture of someone with a terrible disease they will probably say my goodness did you see that terrible picture, give me a light quickly it was awful. They will smoke for a comfort. Quitting smoking is easy because it is a psychological addiction rather than a physical addiction. For a smoker to give up for one day would be difficult it would be a long day thinking of cigarettes all the time. Yet that same smoker can go to bed and sleep for 8 hours without waking up for a cigarette. The withdrawal symptoms are not even enough to wake them up. It is much more a psychological habit with little routines and behaviour patterns which are more difficult to overcome than nicotine withdrawal. Smoking is easy to overcome. One can actually enjoy quitting smoking. Stopping smoking does not require willpower. Just think, you are not hitting your head with a hammer and it does not require willpower to refrain simply because you don’t want to hit your head with a hammer. When you don’t want to do something it’s easy not to do it and does not require willpower. When one uses willpower it means they are forcing themselves against their desires to do something they don’t want to do, in this case quitting smoking. Going back to the basic premise people know they should but don’t really want to stop smoking even though they absolutely believe they do want to stop smoking. Will power is not all that strong anyway what is needed is to harness the imagination which is stronger, and easier, than willpower. Imagine a plank across a room six inches off the floor anyone could walk across it easily but that very same plank between two skyscrapers in New York would be a different story. Hardly anyone would walk across. They may have the will to walk across but their imagination (of themselves falling) would overcome their will easily. Yes the imagination will beat willpower any day. With this knowledge and using hypnotism it becomes so easy to stop smoking in fact it becomes enjoyable. The program in the subconscious mind is changed to cause the subject (the person quitting smoking) to actually and really want to stop smoking. One walks into Barry Sinclair’s studio a smoker and walks out a non smoker. It’s a completely enjoyable experience. Having no willpower is good news, stopping smoking does not require willpower.