Stop Smoking, Sugar, Gluten, Alcohol & Drugs Without Hypnosis…FAQs
The main result people experience is apathy towards cigarettes.
People describe this as feeling no urge, like smoking was just a memory, or like feeling as if they had never smoked at all. Some even experience strong repulsion or nausea when in the presence of passive smoke. The results are the same for sugar addiction, alcohol addiction, drug addiction, etc, although the treatments are done slightly differently. None of the treatments used involve hypnosis. They are done by energetic healing, or bio energy healing.
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How can I be most prepared for the treatment?
Schedule your treatment at a date and time that allows you enough time to be fully ready to quit, and when you are not in a stressful period with work or family. Clear your home, car and office entirely of all cigarette packs and anything to do with the addiction, so that after your addiction cessation treatment you will come home into a clean environment. Continue smoking, etc. up to the point of the treatment. Prepare your day so that after the treatment you are able to relax and have no stressful activities. Leave jewelry and all other metals at home or remove them prior to the treatment. Wear only natural fiber clothing (cotton, linen, wool, etc). Wear as little make-up as possible. Lastly, before your treatment take a relaxing shower and come in a calm frame of mind. Just before your session, turn off cell phones and any other electrical equipment.
What does the treatment involve?
The person receiving the treatment sits comfortably in a chair, as relaxed as possible. The Practitioner treats the addiction on the energetic levels of the person, cleansing the energetic pathways of the addiction, generally resulting in apathy towards the addictive substance. The treatment is done by energy transference/bio-energy/healing with the practitioner using only his hands while working in the energy field. The treatment itself lasts approximately 30 minutes, but plan for up to two hours from the preliminary conversation until you leave.
What does the Smoking Cessation Treatment Program consist of?
The Smoking Cessation program is our oldest addiction treatment. We have been seeing remarkable results for many years. The main result people experience is apathy towards cigarettes. People describe this as feeling no urge, like smoking was just a memory, or like feeling as if they had never smoked at all. Some even experience strong repulsion or nausea when in the presence of passive smoke. About 85% of people successfully and permanently quit smoking with this treatment program resulting mainly in a feeling of indifference to cigarettes, sometimes even repulsion to the sight, smell etc. If you still do feel cravings that last more than a couple of days, it can be helpful to schedule a reinforcement treatment as soon as possible. After you are successful, it is very important to never try just one, or to test the results by smoking. This most often leads to relapse and cancels the treatment as if you never came. Best to simply enjoy your success.
What does the program for Sugar, Refined Carbohydrates and Gluten consist of?
The treatment removes the urge to eat sugar and refined carbohydrates. After the treatment people feel apathetic or even repulsed by sugar and gluten. This program involves firstly an explanatory conversation as to the nature of the treatment and subsequent lifestyle changes to be undertaken. Then comes the initial treatment. Because of the lifestyle change involved in modifying one’s diet, the sugar and gluten program is set up differently than the smoking program in that it can involve more sessions. This, we have found, helps ensure a long lasting success. Sugar and gluten are found in so many products and are so entrenched in the American diet, that we have found it takes about a month for a person to get used to their new dietary habits.
Gluten is found mainly in wheat or white flour, but also in oats, rye, barley and some other grains. In the digestive tract it can act as a glue coating the intestines, interfering with the absorption of nutrients into the body. Symptoms of Celiac’s disease, gluten intolerance or wheat allergy can include weight gain, chronic fatigue, weakness, joint pain, muscle cramps, constipation, irritability and depression.
Sucrose, what most people simply call sugar, has no health promoting properties. There are many health problems linked to excessive sugar intake, and more being linked to it all the time. These include obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, adrenal fatigue, immune deficiency, depression, and irritability all of which may lead to many other health problems. Also, many sugar substitutes are very toxic and can have other serious health effects.
The American diet includes a large intake of both sugar and gluten, which many leading health professionals point to as the source of the impoverished state of health in America.
The history of this treatment is that it arose out from the original smoking cessation treatment. People with diabetes who were addicted to sugar and people with wheat allergies or Celiac’s disease who were addicted to gluten containing products, began asking if the treatment was as effective for these addictions as for smoking. It proved to be just as effective. And, not only that, we found that there were many wonderful side-effects. People lost dramatic amounts of weight, aches and pains disappeared, people reported much more energy and clearer thinking. All of this makes perfect sense, simply because removing the problematic refined sugar and flour allows the human body to rapidly repair itself. We don’t think of the Sugar and Gluten treatment as a weight loss program, however weight loss happens with almost every person. We treat the addiction – the miraculous healing systems in place in the body take care of the rest.
What will I feel after the Treatment?
People respond to the treatment in three distinct ways:
The first grouping is approximately 15%. These people feel a definite repulsion or aversion to cigarettes or whatever chemical they are being treated for. Sometimes there is even some nausea in the first few days, especially for ex-smokers if in the presence of passive smoking. This moves into the second grouping after a few days.
The second grouping is approximately 70%. This is the Apathy/Indifference grouping. These people feel no urge at all for a cigarette or the addictive substance they were treated for. They often say things like “I feel as if I never smoked,” or like they have a clean slate.
The third grouping is again approximately 15%. These people have “flashbacks” of smoking, etc. Sometimes this comes with an urge/craving, sometimes it is more like just a memory. If the person feels the urge is too strong, they are advised to immediately drink a few glasses of water, try to calm down with some deep breathing and a slow walk in nature, and then call for assistance over the phone before touching another cigarette. A booster treatment should then be scheduled, which often puts the person directly into the second grouping.
Is it a group treatment?
The treatment itself is individual, but before the treatment session there may be a group explanation and conversation, depending on timing and scheduling. You can calculate around 2 hours at the most from your arrival to when you leave.
I fear that I might gain weight?
We know that weight gain is common in some people after they stop smoking and we understand this concern very well. The practitioner is taking this into account in the quit smoking treatment and most people don’t have an increased appetite. But, it needs to be taken into account that if there is some weight gain, (without overeating) it is the body’s natural response to re-balance itself after the many years of stimulation and speeding up of your metabolism by cigarette smoking. It is important to be careful what you eat and, more importantly, what you don’t eat after quitting smoking. The first month is an important time in forming new habits for the rest of your life. So be careful not to start reaching for sugary, pastry type snacks or candies or gum. Always go for water first and then vegetable sticks. Also, this is a very natural time to focus on an exercise program. It will help your mind relax, it will flush the nicotine out faster, and it will counteract any weight gain.
Does it work the same for other addictions as for smoking?
The treatment became popular by its success with smokers, but over the years it has proven equally successful for all types of addictions. The sugar and gluten treatment first began when diabetics addicted to sugar and people with celiac disease started asking for help. It is also very helpful for those with a Candida overgrowth (candidiasis) as this thrives in a sugary environment. The years have shown it’s been a great success, also with cocaine addiction, alcohol addiction, marijuana addiction and others. The treatment is a healing. That means that the practitioner is connecting with healing energies and passing them into the body, aura and faculties of the recipient. Healing forces, by their very nature, cleanse and remove blockages in a person, assisting them to be more natural to how a human is meant to be. Very simply, as addiction is not a natural state for a human to live in, the healing forces release the person into the freedom to choose what they want to actually have in their life. It releases a person from unhealthy attachments, as long as the person doesn’t link back to them and makes an active effort to improve their life. So it can also assist a person with more internal addictions, such as to unhealthy mind states or unhealthy relationships, although we deal with this in a different way than chemical addiction.
It is fine to have the treatment if under medication or medical care. It will not interfere as it is a completely non invasive treatment. In case of doubt, consult your doctor. The treatment is not a substitute for medical care. Also, it is important to let the practitioner know of other underlying health issues.
What can help the treatment?
Drink lots of water. Exercise. Avoid smokers, passive smoke or anyone who actively has the addiction you were treated for. Prior to the treatment, you have cleaned your home, car, office, etc of everything to do with the addiction. Come ready. Do it for you, not because someone else wants you to. Do it as a strong and deliberate act of your value for life. Most important is to avoid passive smoking, smokers, or situations/people associated with the former addiction.
Don’t think too much about the treatment, about the fact you are quitting, and don’t discuss it with others for several days. You will be in a process of energetically shifting what you allow into yourself, and don’t mind that it can be a strange process. Try to be in the inner location of watching it happen, being in the research of how the body and mind work. This can be useful so you don’t take it all too personally.
Stay away from anything that will link you to smoking – this can include certain people, places, even an ashtray can remind you – almost like a computer virus that gets into the computer undetected, and then wreaks havoc, because you went to the wrong site.
Stay as calm as possible. Getting upset or too excited can cause cravings because the brain looks for what it has been trained to look for (a cigarette) to rebalance you. So stay calm, observant and neutral.
For the next month, Water, Water, Water. Eat a healthy, organic, highly nutrient rich diet. This will speed the cleansing of your body from nicotine and other harmful chemicals. If you feel nervous or anxious drink a calming tea such as chamomile or valerian and go for a walk in nature. If you feel lethargic or unable to concentrate, drink some green tea, also coupled with extra water, and get plenty of fresh air, or take a nap. Eating more vegetables and less meat is also helpful.
Visit the Meditation Chamber for 15 minutes a day if you need to relax.
How Much Does it Cost?
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Is the Treatment given by a Doctor?
No. The treatment is given by an energetic healing practitioner (a “healer”) and is done by a transfer of healing energy, also known as bio-energy or, simply, healing. It is not hypnosis, and the practitioner is not a doctor, psychiatrist, psychologist, dietician or hypnotist.
Can I ever have a cigarette again?
No. Even a single cigarette will reactivate the smoking addiction and you will go back as if you never quit smoking. This also applies to the sugar addiction and all other addictions as well. Never, ever is it possible to have just one. The number one reason people go back to their addiction is simply that in a weak, emotional moment or a stupid overconfident moment they touch it again. You are advised now that almost everyone has some moment maybe 9 months, a year, even many years later, when the ghost of the addiction rears its head. Know this now, so that you don’t fall for it later. Have some water and relax, the moment will pass.
Patches, Gums and Plastic Cigarettes
The quit smoking treatment treats the addiction itself – if nicotine is ingested in any way, through gum, nicotine patches or inhalers, the addiction will be reactivated. Also, avoid plastic cigarettes, gum, toothpicks or candies. These can cause a shift to a food or sugar related addiction. Be careful after quitting smoking of what you eat and what you do not eat to avoid weight gain.
Cigarette Connection with Coffee or Alcoholic Beverages
The connection between cigarettes and other “links” like coffee or alcoholic beverages disappears for most people soon after the treatment. It is recommended to drink one glass of water to “offset” every other type of beverage you have to make sure your body has water available to flush out the nicotine.
Drink plenty of water. Drink calming teas such as chamomile or valerian root. Go for walks in nature and do other forms of exercise. Listen to calming music. Visit our Meditation Chamber. If it does not subside quickly, come for a reinforcement treatment. Realize that you are in a recovery period, so be gentle with yourself and do not try to keep up with fast paced demands. You are making a major change. Give yourself a little time.
Avoid passive smoking, especially in the first month. Even if you feel totally apathetic, it can in some cases reactivate the addiction.
Are there any side effects?
The Treatment uses no medication, no chemicals, and no needles, only natural energies, so there are not side effects as reported about popular chemical methods of quitting smoking. It is a purely natural treatment that utilizes natural energy and the practitioner’s unique ability to cleanse the addiction energetically. Some feelings people report after the treatment are that they simply want to sleep (this is recommended), or feeling very light or buoyant. With the sugar and gluten treatment, people report feeling full and also tasting the natural sugars in fruits and vegetables much more than before.
If I do not succeed, do I get my money back?
No. The payment is for the treatment program itself, not the result. It is quite effective, but it is not 100% effective. So it must be understood that some people will still have difficulty to the point where they will continue with the addiction.
Do I need to believe in it for it to work?
It does not matter if you believe in it or not, your human design believes in it. All that is necessary is that you want to quit your addiction and you’ll give it your best try. Still, many people come because a friend told them to, not knowing much about it and not fully believing, and leave not wanting to touch another cigarette for the rest of their life. During the treatment you will just need to sit comfortably, think about a nice place in nature and let the practitioner to do what he knows best how to do.
Results may vary from person to person.