Are you someone who has been smoking for a long time, someone who has tried to quit smoking but haven’t been able to, have used all kinds of smoke ending programs and find yourself still smoking? If so, then it may be that you haven’t uncovered the mental, spiritual and emotional causes that are at the foundation of your smoking habit.
We can assist you in discovering the underlying cause, stand, or decision that you made when you lit up your very first cigarette, to help you remember who was with you when you first started smoking, what emotional challenges were present in your life at that time, and what was the decision you made or the reason for you to start smoking in the first place.
Our 22 minute smoke ending meditation may help you uncover those significant issues that are at the foundation for your smoking condition. Once you discover the cause of your smoking condition and treat the cause you are then empowered to stop smoking.
For many years we have experienced participants in our programs who asked for support in helping them to quit smoking. We were able to assist them in quitting the smoking habit; sometimes in as little as one of our 22 minute deep meditation program sessions; and it will help you also.
This stop smoking meditation uses relaxation, visualization and imagination and includes a regression designed to take you back to the very first circumstance, the very first time you smoked a cigarette to identify the cause of your smoking condition. Once you identify and treat the cause it is simple to change the condition; however it may not be so easy.
Many people take smoke ending programs that talk about the physical aspect of smoking and try to alter and treat the physical-ness of smoking. We however focus on the mental, spiritual and emotional component of smoking. Smoking is a condition. As long as you try to quit smoking by treating the physical aspects only it is very difficult to stop smoking.
Stop Smoking Exercise
To stop the smoking condition it is important for you to examine the ideas, thoughts, judgments and beliefs you have about smoking that are causing you to smoke and the lifestyle that goes along with it. Those beliefs have become” stands” (statements you have made in the midst of emotion) that cause you to continue to smoke.
If you are committed to quitting smoking then we suggest that you make a list of your thoughts, ideas and beliefs about smoking by using the following process:
At the top of a sheet of paper write down the following statement, “The Truth about my smoking condition is:”
Next, read that statement out loud and listen to the next thought your mind has and write down that thought. Then repeat the statement over and over always writing down what ever thought comes to your mind in response each time you say that statement. (If you get a loud answer in your mind then put a check mark beside that answer.)
Next, when your mind becomes quiet then you can go over your list and Identify which beliefs are the strongest, the ones with the check marks, and most negative thoughts. Those are the ones that are keeping you smoking. Those beliefs are the ones you will want to re-frame by writing positive thoughts to counteract those negative ones. Begin to write a positive affirmation to replace each of the old negative beliefs. As you continue to affirm the new positive thoughts your impulse to smoke will begin to lessen.
Now in order for you to stop smoking you must commit yourself to become smoke free, a non-smoker. A commitment is a “stand” taken with intensity with certainty both emotionally and verbally.
We recommend that you make the following commitment to quit smoking:
Repeat the following statements out loud:
- I have been smoking for (how long) – Yes
- Can I stop smoking – Yes
- Will I stop smoking – Yes
- Please stop smoking right now – Yes
- Thank You, I am smoke free, a non-smoker right now – Yes
You may want to reinforce your commitment by repeating the above process several times each day until you have completely stopped smoking.
As you continue to affirm you are smoke free, your non-smoker status, it is important that you also change your behavior and lifestyle that you’ve had as a smoker to a new lifestyle that represents you as a non-smoker. You must re-frame your behaviors and actions to strengthen your non-smoker status.
Here are some suggestions for physical actions that may help you change your lifestyle:
- Change brands frequently
- Don’t inhale the cigarette smoke
- Take only a few drags on the cigarette and then put it out
- Smoke only on the hour.
- After that works then only smoke one cigarette every other hour.
When you are in conflict between your will and your imagination, your imagination will always win the day. It is important for you to begin visualizing and imagining your new lifestyle as being smoke free. The more you can visualize your-self as smoke free the quicker you can stop smoking and experience the benefits entailed……
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