When you activate your subconscious, it’s going to do everything in its power to accomplish a goal, no matter what. - Dr. Steve G. Jones
Whether you’re dealing with an addiction to smoking, sugar, drugs, alcohol, gambling, etc., admitting that you actually have a problem is the very first step to overcoming it.
I know that it’s easier said than done but it CAN be done. The key is making that decision to quit.
There are so many ways to end addiction, but one of the most helpful things is through self-hypnosis.
Self-hypnosis is a powerful tool that helps curb your subconscious cravings. It helps your mind and brings about positive changes in your life.
Here are 6 of its Most Important Benefits…
It’s common for someone trying to overcome their addiction to say, “My name is _______, and I’m an addict.”
This is a harmful self-belief that distorts your identity and makes you weak.
This is why re-wiring your belief system is a CRUCIAL part of the recovery process.
With self-hypnosis, you can create a NEW identity that’s based on your strengths instead.
Once you’ve made this internal shift, you’ll have the power to leave behind the person you were before…
...and cultivate healthier habits along the way!
People fall back into their old habits because they haven’t properly dealt with emotional issues from their past.
Negative memories and other hang-ups don’t just weigh you down...
...They can also act as triggers that pull you back into the cycle of addiction.
However, self-hypnosis can be a tool to cut this toxic baggage from your life.
This is a powerful way to disrupt thought patterns that lead to destructive habits.
Did you know that you have the power to form new connections in your brain?
Researchers in neuroscience call this phenomenon as "Brain Plasticity."
Learning new information and introducing new habits creates new pathways in your mind (AND increase your grey matter!).
Listening to self-hypnosis audio tracks are an effective way to accelerate this growth process.
As a result, those old habit triggers will no longer have an effect on your new and improved brain!
Overcoming addiction can be challenging because you can’t directly access the part of your brain which drives your habits.
This is known as your subconscious mind, and you’ll find a lot of deep-seated fears, behaviors, and triggers in here.
With self-hypnosis, however, you can cut through those layers quickly and get to the core of your addictive behaviors.
Using powerful audio suggestions, you can “look under the hood” and clear out any toxic beliefs, feelings, and phobias (without consciously being aware of it!).
People struggling with addiction feel trapped by their habits.
They believe that their behaviors are set in stone and there’s nothing they can do about it.
However, self-hypnosis can give you a brand-new perspective on this matter.
Listening to the audio tracks allows you to rewrite limiting beliefs, and that’s an important part of regaining your personal power.
And more importantly, you’ll remove feelings of hopelessness and regain the belief that you can, in fact, change for the better!
Did you know that the human brain wants to heal itself?
Neuroscientists have discovered that people are wired with the need for “integration” - especially for someone trying to overcome their addiction.
As such, your brain wants its different parts to work together in harmony...
...And your mind can use self-hypnosis as an instrument in this process.
Self-hypnosis opens up the innermost parts of yourself that are normally closed off to your conscious mind.
When you get in touch with your deeply embedded emotions and acknowledge them fully, that plays a huge role in feeling whole again.
My friend, Dr. Steve G. Jones is a licensed Clinical Hypnotherapist and he has developed specially-designed guided meditation tracks that will disrupt your thought patterns that drive intense cravings away.