Use hypnosis to stop the cravings and stop smoking

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**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**”Hi Roland, Since coming to see you one and a half years ago I have NOT looked back. Being a smoker for 27 years I never thought I would have the will power or confidence to give up. I truly believe I would not have been able to give up smoking if it hadn’t have been for you and a whole lot of praying. Thank you, Roland, for being an instrument and giving me back my life. I sing your praises every day. Keep up the great work.”

Leanne

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**”I smoked from the age of 17.” “I quit cold turkey when I was 21. I can still remember how those around me took care to avoid my angry outbursts. I took up smoking again in 1999 and, though I had wanted to quit again, I didn’t want to subject those around me to my anger. This would have been a particularly serious problem because now I work as a crowd controller. I had my last cigarette on 9 September 2011, about an hour before my session with Roland. With his help, quitting this time was stress free, no cravings, no temper flaring and no looking back. If you are serious about quitting I have no hesitation in recommending that you give Roland a call.”

Lucas Tuckwell

In My Experience, Hypnotherapy Is An Excellent Way To Quit Smoking.

You must come to a minimum of two sessions. However, this package deal also offers a smoking relapse safety blanket, if you like: a personalised CD of the key points. Use it to keep you a non-smoker!

If you undergo a crisis situation and feel tempted to begin smoking again within 12 months of your last session, make an appointment to see me immediately. It will be free of charge!

Stop Smoking with Hypnotherapy

How do I stop smoking is a question that’s asked by millions of nicotine addicts worldwide. And the answer can be as simple as a session with myself, Roland James. I offer a quit smoking package for all smokers, supported by free backup sessions. You will receive:

  • a very tailored session aimed at your individual reasons for smoking.
  • a recording (on CD) of our session together, to listen to at any time. This helps you to reinforce your thoughts.
  • a FREE return session, if needed, within the next twelve month period.

You are completely covered within this service; as mentioned, if during the following twelve months you experience a personal upset which causes you to get back onto cigarettes please contact me for a FREE session. At the end of our session I provide you with a recorded CD of our time together.  You will have this recording of the key part of our session to listen to as often as you wish. It is an extremely helpful tool in your quest to stop smoking cigarettes. The end result is for you to gain control of your own life once more – as opposed to having cigarettes controlling you.

How Can It Be So Simple To Quit Smoking?

Because hypnosis can give you the power to change your behaviour immediately. Over the past decade, Gold Coast-based hypnotherapist, Roland James, has helped hundreds of people from Beenleigh to Tweed take control of their lives and stop their addiction to cigarettes – without major cravings or withdrawal symptoms. In other words, thanks to Roland James’ hypnosis, smoking really can become a thing of the past – quickly and easily!

Why Quit Smoking?

Chances are, if you’re reading this page, you already have an idea as to why you want to stop smoking. It could be because smoking is impacting upon your health. Perhaps a quality life with your family has become more important to you. You’re tired of having to huddle in a corner while you smoke. Or the ever-rising price of cigarettes is burning a serious hole in your pocket. Whatever your reason for considering hypnosis to beat smoking, it’s important that you want to quit smoking for yourself and not because someone else wants you to.

HYPNOSIS, SMOKING AND YOU. How it all fits together.

I always consider that trying to stop smoking is like trying to go to sleep. The more you try, the more difficult it can become. So I use hypnotherapy to re-educate your subconscious mind, turn past negatives into positive experiences and help you find a point of balance.

You see, smoking is usually nothing more than a psychological habit that’s worn a groove in the subconscious. Because that groove is often linked to aspects of your life, especially your past, I will spend time finding out about you… what is happening, any issues you may be experiencing, triggers for you to reach for a cigarette … Then, using hypnosis I talk directly to your subconscious mind and remind you how wonderful life is as a non-smoker.

Once this has taken place, it makes the entire experience of stopping smoking a much easier and more comfortable process. Time is spent on all the times of day, places and situations where you habitually smoke. Your personal reasons for wanting to stop smoking are addressed.  I leave you with a real, positive picture of your future as a non-smoker.  I combine all this information – that is unique to you – with general stress management, the less stress you have in your life the less likely you are to smoke. In this way, I help you to achieve increased levels of calmness and relaxation in your life. I help you realise how much more freedom you’ll have once you quit smoking.

Click here or call 07 5500 5573 to book a hypnotherapy appointment or ask for more detailed information on how I can help you.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.

**”During the period of my treatment, I did not personally find it necessary to wear nicotine patches or chew nicotine gum; neither did I find it necessary to replace one chemical addiction with another. I feel invigorated with health and self-esteem at having conquered the habit. I have found that I no longer desire to smoke, even when I see other people doing so.”

David

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About Us

Roland James is a qualified hypnotherapist.  His wide range of life experience , deep empathy and understanding ensures you receive holistic, professional and long lasting results.

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Hynotherapy can treat many different challenges. Contact us to discuss your concerns, even if you do not see your particular concern listed above, and start on your journey to personal power.

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