Truth Will Out... WOW

Another little nugget I discovered today is truthwillout.co.uk

Hypnotist from Stockport has written a book out late last year, and has started a campaign online, only recently just gone live.

I've spent most of this afternoon reading some of the exerts from the book, the blog and general stuff and it looks incredible. I can relate in some senses as a lot matches up with Neil Caseys teachings. It is very anti NRT and he he fully believes that erasing the subconscious habits with Hypno is the best way to quit(i know theres been some discussion on here re: Hypno lately, so its good to get a real view from a qualified hypnotist himself). There is an absolute cacophany of evidence on there, that usually these kind of people cannot get to back up their claims, but the statistics and genuine reports he finds on the complete lack of success, and the governments general incompetence regarding NRT is astounding.

The book isn't overly promoted so hopefully this wont be seen as a bad case of spamming by myself, there are huge portions of the book to read on the site, so its fair and you can get a feel without being pressured to purchase. I'm wondering whether we may here more from this guy as the year goes on, possibly the successor to Mr Carr?!

Apologies for blabbing on somewhat, but I appreciate the cut of this guy's gib and its refreshing to see he can actually prove much of what says.

Please dont take my word though, and have a look.

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  • I've spent most of this afternoon reading some of the exerts from the book, the blog and general stuff and it looks incredible. I can relate in some senses as a lot matches up with Neil Caseys teachings. It is very anti NRT and he he fully believes that erasing the subconscious habits with Hypno is the best way to quit (i know theres been some discussion on here re: Hypno lately, so its good to get a real view from a qualified hypnotist himself). There is an absolute cacophany of evidence on there, that usually these kind of people cannot get to back up their claims, but the statistics and genuine reports he finds on the complete lack of success, and the governments general incompetence regarding NRT is astounding.

    The subconscious. This is really fascinating me today. Its all I've been banging on about but do you know, I am on day 3 of my quit and so far I have not wanted a cigarette. Not one. Yeah I've had pangs for one, but when they are around my overwhelming feeling is that I simply do not want to smoke. How weird is that? Am I normal? :eek:

    Again, sorry to sound like a broken record, but I put it down to reading Allen Carr's book. I think my reading of it has somehow entered my subconscious thus making me not want a cigarette because I want a cigarette for all the wrong reasons. Although I do not want a cigarette. Ok I'm prob not making sense lol Gonna shut up.

  • Thanks for that link

    smoking definetly is a compulsive habit

    however I think we would all fool ourselves in believing that nicotine is not a drug - because it is one!

    Otherwise why would he or others be against NRT ( btw I personally also think it's better to quit without NRT - but each to his/her own )

    Nicotine is a very dangerous drug - and the best thing is to stay away from it - with what ever help we can get

    and hypnotherapy is definetly a great help

  • however I think we would all fool ourselves in believing that nicotine is not a drug - because it is one!

    Otherwise why would he or others be against NRT

    Oh it is a drug. I think we all realise this, but the author believes it is not an 'addictive' drug, thats the crucial point.

    He's against NRT as its pointless if nicotine isn't addictive!

    At least thats how i've interpreted it! :p

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