The Great American Smokeout
It's time to make a healthier choice.
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes?
About 40 million Americans still smoke cigarettes
and tobacco use remains the single largest 
preventable cause of disease and premature 
death in the world. 

Smoking kills people - there's no "safe" way
to smoke tobacco. Stopping smoking has
immediate and long-term benefits at any age.

Discover why people have a difficult time
stopping smoking and how hypnosis can
help with both the mental and physical
aspects of the habit.

Learn about techniques that are available
to manage cravings and enjoy a very
relaxing group hypnosis session.

Fr*e.e hypnosis CD included.

CD also available for purchase.


Date : Thursday Nov 15, 2018
Time : 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Location: The Tam Center for Healing
15 Cottage Ave - 5th Floor, Quincy, MA   

Seating is limited. Preregistration and
prepayment are required.

Tickets: $35.00 
Early bird pricing: $30.00 if payment
is received by Nov 13.  

You may pay by check, payable to:
Kathryn McGlynn

Mail to:
P.O. Box 432, So Weymouth, MA 02190 

Or payment is accepted through
Paypal here (scroll to bottom of page).  

For details, contact your facilitator: 
Kathryn McGlynn Certified Hypnotist
781-340-2146
Upcoming Seminars
Nov 13 : Women's Self-Care Through
.............. the Holidaze
Dec 4 : Past Life Regression
Dec 13 : Pain Management
Jan 4 : World Hypnotism Day


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A Smoking Client's Discovery
Hypnotist Roberta Schwartz writes in:
Me, Myself and Mind® – Emotional
Intelligence Newsletter:

" The following example comes from
a client who wanted to stop smoking
with hypnotherapy.

Since the subconscious mind is highly
creative and unbounded by reasoning
thought, the options for how thoughts
get linked through association are quite
unlimited.

“I’m five years old and I’m with my mom.
My mom is smoking a cigarette and
she’s reading me a story.”

The child feels her mother’s love while
she breathes in mom’s cigarette smoke.
The smell and the feeling of breathing in
cigarette smoke became subconsciously
linked with feelings of being loved.

Now when she is older, she becomes
“addicted to cigarettes” not because
the cigarettes are addicting but because
breathing in cigarette smoke became
a way of subconsciously feeling loved.
The “craving” for the cigarette became
a “craving to escape that which is
uncomfortable” and to come back to
this vicarious feeling of love.

Another subconscious benefit was to
subconsciously connect with her mother
through the common behavior of smoking.
They had grown apart and having this
one thing in common was subconsciously
satisfying.

In my opinion, the strongest influence on
addiction is that of subconscious association
and the benefits derived based on percep-
tions and beliefs rather than fact and logic.
Once these associations are understood
and changed, the addictive behavior also
changes."       

If you are unable to attend the group session,
a 3 hr private appointment is available where
we go into depth to find and reframe the
specific perceptions that contribute to your
smoking behavior.


Speaking of Perceptions....

How the heck does this happen?



To Your Very Good Health -
Kathryn


Quote
"Your life does not get better by chance,
it gets better by change." 
~ Jim Rohn, motivational speaker

Kathryn McGlynn Hypnosis | 781-340-2146 | ybglum@juno.com |  www.hypnosis.ws