How your belief system and what you see can prevent you from being a non-smoker.

Most of what I am about to disclose is about what you believe to be true and what you don’t see that keeps you smoking. Reversed Psychology (the law of reversed effort or effect – Coined by Emile Coue’) ‘There is a Law of Reversed Effort. The harder we try with the conscious will to do something, the less we shall succeed’. Language such as ‘I don’t want to smoke’, ‘I won’t smoke’, ‘I can’t smoke’’ will all produce the unwanted reversed effect making you want to smoke even more and increasing your supposed craving and anxiety. Read the below as an example: DON’T THINK ABOUT ELEPHANTS! OOOP’s you just did (a simple example law of reversed effect). Embedded persuasive commands. ‘An embedded command іѕ a technique used tο communicate with thе conscious mind, whіƖе аƖѕο sending a message tο thе subconscious mind’. The іԁеа іѕ to actually bypass the conscious mind аnԁ communicate directly to the subconscious mind. Embedded commands or commonly used in marketing аnԁ advertising. Embedded commands or hidden suggestions within written or spoken language. The power of suggestion. A brief definition of suggestion is a psychological process by which one person guides the thoughts, feelings, or behavior of another. The type of suggestion I am discussing is what we call ‘waking suggestion’. ‘Suggestions, however, can also have an effect in the absence of hypnosis. These so-called “waking suggestions” are given in precisely the same way as “hypnotic suggestions” (i.e., suggestions given within hypnosis) and can produce strong changes in perceptual experience’. Limiting belief system Limiting beliefs serve as filters of your reality. You see the...