You can stop smoking cigarettes today in just one single hypnosis session.
You might be curious how this is possible. I will assure you : it is simpler than you think. Your mind has tremendous power for programming and reprogramming for anything you want. For a smoking cessation to work, all you need is your readiness for a change. You have to be at the point in your life when you are sick and tired of being smoker. You also have to want to stop smoking for yourself, not for anyone else, like your doctor or wife and etc. It’s your choice.
In fact, if you are reading this article, you are already a non-smoker in your mind, because this is what you want with 100 per cent honesty. You chose not to smoke. However, there is one problem: you still have your old mental programming in the unconscious mind, like the triggers associated with a cigarette, fears about stopping and anxiety, not knowing how to deal with cravings. Hypnosis can help you eliminate all of that. It’s as if being reborn in a new mind.
Stop smoking today! Take control over your life! Let that old and useless habit of smoking become a thing of the past!
Here are some statistics about hypnosis and smoking cessation:
90.6% Success Rate for Smoking Cessation Using Hypnosis University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2001 Jul;49(3):257-66. Barber J.
81% Reported They Had Stopped Smoking After Hypnosis Texas A&M University, System Health Science Center, College of Medicine, College Station, TX USA. Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2004 Jan;52(1):73-81.
Hypnosis Most Effective Says Largest Study Ever: 3 Times as Effective as Patch and 15 Times as Effective as Willpower. Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. University of Iowa, Journal of Applied Psychology, How One in Five Give Up Smoking. October 1992. (Also New Scientist, October 10, 1992.)
Hypnosis Patients Twice As Likely To Remain Smoke-Free After Two Years Guided health imagery for smoking cessation and long-term abstinence. Wynd, CA. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 2005; 37:3, pages 245-250.
Hypnosis More Effective Than Drug Interventions For Smoking Cessation Ohio State University, College of Nursing, Columbus, OH 43210, USA Descriptive outcomes of the American Lung Association of Ohio hypnotherapy smoking cessation program. Ahijevych K, Yerardi R, Nedilsky N.
87% Reported Abstinence From Tobacco Use With Hypnosis Performance by gender in a stop-smoking program combining hypnosis and aversion. Johnson DL, Karkut RT. Adkar Associates, Inc., Bloomington, Indiana. Psychol Rep. 1994 Oct;75(2):851-7. PMID: 7862796 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
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Performance anxiety or stage fright is a state of being anxious or fearful that is aroused by the need to perform for an audience. People that have stage fright can experience some form physical shakiness, dryness in the mouth, lack of focus or a shaky voice and an overall negative emotional state.
I have been practicing hypnosis for about ten years and I have observed that people with performance anxiety have a common pattern in their thinking processes. The expectations about one’s performance are often negative and disempowering. For example thoughts like, “ I am not good enough. I am nervous and look bad. The audience judges me and thinks I am awful. They want me to fail. They see that I am nervous and laugh at me. I am ridiculous” are the type of belief statements a person with a performance anxiety would process before or during their performance, or both.
It is unfortunate that such negative beliefs statements in one’s mind affect a person’s behavior in a negative way. As Henry Ford said “ Think you can, think you can’t, either way you are right.” So, if you think you are not that good, then you act poor, aloof and don’t give your 100% as you should. Even more, instead of focusing on your performance or speech, you begin to focus on the audience, and how it is “judging you and against” you. That’s right, as ridiculous it sounds, the performer with stage fright often perceives an audience as some sort of enemy, that judges them and wants them to fail. This is what I like to call a “thought virus” of the mind, a limiting belief that infects the subconscious and makes you act accordingly. If you believe that someone is your enemy and is out to harm you, what would be your first reaction? Probably, to be alert of your enemy, not to share what you have and try to protect yourself, so you become defensive.
In order to have a successful performance the opposite must happen. There ought to be a profound connection, trust and openness with an audience. On a deep level a performer must believe that their audience loves them, wants to hear them or see them perform, because of how great they are and how much talent or wisdom or knowledge they have to share with the audience. A performer ultimately is a giver of something incredible, be it a beautiful dance, music, voice, new information about something or some wisdom. So, if you are a performer you must believe on a deep level how unique and great you are, and how much greatness you have to share with your audience. Your audience is your friend. Your audience wants you to shine, succeed and share your talent with them. Once the person accepts such powerful belief statements deep in the subconscious mind – their performance will improve and they will stay positive, confident and focused.
About 1/3 of my clients seek assistance for helping them gain confidence as performers and public speakers. Performance anxiety or stage fright is a third popular issue in my hypnotherapy practice after smoking cessation and weight loss. I have worked with dancers, violin and oboe players, singers, corporate leaders, public speakers and actors. There is nothing more exciting than helping people reconnect with their highest potential, so they can share their bright light with their audiences.
“I had taken public speaking courses before through Toastmasters, but I was still anxious about an important presentation to 100+ people at an industry conference. I decided to try hypnosis, even though I was somewhat skeptical about its effectiveness. Elena was very professional and took time to explain how hypnosis can help with my type of phobia. After one session, I was able to control my anxiety leading up to the event. I felt very confident during the presentation.” -John S, 39.
“Elena Beloff changed my life! She made it possible for me to have a viable career as a performing musician. When I went to her, I had a terrible and debilitating stage fright. After three hypnosis sessions I can now play to fully packed houses without any trouble! For my entire playing career, I had severe anxiety. It was characterized by a shortness of breath, a high pulse rate and blood pressure and a belief that the audience was antagonistic or hostile. I had tried everything to control my stress from beta-blockers, meditation/yoga, to medication all to no avail. The night before an important event I would have trouble sleeping and would lose my appetite the day of the performance. These could be anything from playing for my peers to playing for a paying audience. The issue was not who was listening because whomever they were, they were against me and wanted to see me fail; at least so I thought.
After no improvement with the various methods I turned to hypnosis. Convinced by the dismal track record, I felt I had nothing to lose. However, to my great surprise, after the first session, I immediately felt a difference! During the interview at that session, we searched for the cause for the anxiety, the trigger to the stressful feelings. Once found, Elena was able to remove that trigger and replace it with a positive affirmation, which could be activated subconsciously when it was time to perform. Since hypnosis works on such a deep level there is no conscious effort needed in order to create good feelings; it just happens. At my next performance, much to my amazement, I did not have to do any mental cheerleading; I simply did not feel the once familiar anxiety. In fact, if anything, I had to get used to feeling calm for a performance, imagine that!
If you have experienced any of these feelings that I once did, don’t hesitate, make an appointment! It is amazing how easy and successful hypnosis can be and how quickly it can change your life!” – Ian Shafer, 33, a professional oboe player
SCHEDULE A SESSION with NYC Hypnotist Elena Beloff . CALL 646 450 8167. Let the stage fright become your stage delight! New York Hypnotherapy with Elena Beloff is your Solution to Problem.
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When a tobacco cigarette burns, it releases a cocktail of about 4000 chemicals, more than 70 of them are cancer causing substances.
Scientists have shown that these chemicals can damage a person’s DNA and therefore change the genes, hence causing cancer by the cells growing abnormally and multiplying out of control.
Among these carcinogenic substances are:
Tar – a sticky brown residue, which smokers inhale every time the smoke; tar also forms stains on a smoker’s teeth, fingers and lungs
Arsenic, which is used in wood preservatives
Benzene, an industrial solvent, refined from crude oil
Cadmium, used in batteries
Formaldehyde, used in mortuaries and paint manufacturing
Polonium-210, a highly radioactive element
Chromium, used to manufacture dye, paints and alloys
1,3-Butadiene, used in rubber manufacturing
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, a group of dangerous DNA-damaging chemicals
Nitrosamines, another group of DNA-damaging chemicals
Acrolein, formerly used as a chemical weapon
Metals, such as nickel, lead, cobalt and beryllium. These metals are easily absorbed by the lungs when smoked.
There are many more chemicals, that don’t directly cause cancer, but they make it easier for others to do so. Nicotine is not a carcinogenic, however it is a highly addictive drug, which causes a person to want to smoke more and regularly, increasing the chances of getting cancer from inhaling harmful carcinogenic chemicals contained in the cigarette.
The first questions potential clients ask a clinical hypnotist are: “how much do hypnosis sessions cost” and “how many sessions are needed to work on an issue?”
Fees of course vary from hypnotist to hypnotist. Experience and location of the practitioner also define the price. Hypnosis in NYC can be fairly expensive. On the average a professional hypnotist in Manhattan with experience of over ten years would charge from $200 to $400 per hour. It usually takes two hypnosis sessions to work on a specific issue. If it’s per hour basis charge then your first hypnosis session may last anywhere from one hour and forty-five minutes to two hours, which drive up the cost for the first session. Follow up hypnosis sessions usually last 45 minutes to an hour. Some hypnotists charge a flat fee of $250 per hypnosis session, which may last up to two or more hours, depending on a hypnotist. I know some hypnotist that charge up to $1000 per hour, usually they are either famous or focus on doing mainly workshops and large groups, which leaves them wth less time for individuals hypnosis sessions.
Smoking cessation sessions normally require one session. The cost can vary between $250 to $450 per session. If the price is high, that means you get a better location and a more experienced hypnotist.
Hypnosis sessions for weight loss vary from person to person and depend on how much weight a client wants to lose. Most hypnotists in Manhattan charge $250 or $400 per weight loss session and require a commitment to five or six sessions for better results. It is common for a client to pay in advance for the amount of sessions required for weight loss program.
All of these fees are quoted in year of 2018. Fees change with time due to inflation.
Elena Mosaner, consulting NYC hypnotist is available for hypnosis sessions in Manhattan. Her offices are located on Uppers East and Midtown. Call 646 450 8167 to schedule a hypnosis session.