Symptoms After Stopping Smoking
Considering tobacco's ravaging effects on your body, you might think it is too late to quit. But you would be wrong. When you stop smoking, your body will begin to experience beneficial health changes almost immediately. And these changes will continue for years. The sooner you quit, the sooner you will reduce your chance of getting cancer or another smoking related illness. Continue reading
Body Changes When You Stop Smoking
Congratulations on working your way through the seven days and now being a non-smoker. This is the best thing you will ever do for your life and health. You will not miss anything. In fact, there will be another thousand things you can do now that you are smoke-free. You deserve to be smoke-free. You are worth it. You will never look back. It is time to totally forget to smoke.
You are now a non-smoker, you are now smoke-free forever. This is the beginning of the story, your story! Continue reading
Changing The Subconscious Mind
This post is the follow up from:
The next sign reads: Smoking when drinking coffee. Take this cord and pull it out, unplugging it at both ends. You don't need this connection anymore because you just stopped smoking. You are completely smoke-free. You now lead a smoke-free life. You throw the cord in the bin with the other one, and you notice how good it feels to never smoke again while drinking coffee. You quietly repeat in your mind: 'Coffee tastes great just as it is.' Continue reading
Changing Subconscious Beliefs
Discovering your positive learning
Step 1: Select your limiting belief (in our example, it is that coffee tastes better with a cigarette).
Step 2: Ask your unconscious what was the root cause of that limiting belief and when the limiting decision started.
Step 3: Write down the time of the root cause event. What age were you or at what time in your past did you make the decision?
Step 4: Imagine you are floating over and above this event and the decision to accept the belief. Continue reading
Health Belief Model Smoking
We change our beliefs regularly. For example, when you were in high school you believed you were a high school student, then the day you left school that belief was no longer true so you changed it. The day you turned 18, you no longer had the belief that you were 17.
Our memories are stored in what can be described as a filing cabinet in the unconscious. Your unconscious mind stores and organises all your memories. Continue reading