Some people have a love/hate relationship with chocolate, when they have some they wish they didn’t and when they don’t have some they wish they did. Some people also suffer with comfort eating and they eat chocolate to deal with their feelings and emotions which may work for a short time, however, comfort eating doesn’t really deal with anything it just feeds that chocolate addiction.
As well as helping you deal with chocolate cravings, this ‘let go of chocolate’ mp3 hypnosis session can help you to break that relationship and encourage you to let go of chocolate.
Forrest Gump once said “Momma always said life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”. Well, if you’re addicted to chocolate and you take one from a box, I think you already know what you’re gonna get. Being addicted to chocolate usually means that you’ve lost control over your eating habits with chocolate.
Do you find yourself having just the one chocolate and then finishing off the rest? Chocolate is a highly addictive substance and it’s the first chocolate that does it not the ones that follow.
Let Go Subconsciously
Your subconscious creates your chocolate eating habits; this is why it can be difficult to consciously ‘just stop’. You’ve probably been conditioned to eat chocolate the way you do, this may be because of past messages that chocolate and other sweets are rewards. Hypnosis works with the subconscious and can help you to change your eating habits around chocolate and break any reward patterns of thought and behaviours.
Stay Safe Tips:
Here are some ‘stay safe tips’ to help you when you stop eating chocolate.
- Don’t test yourself by having chocolate around you.
- Don’t substitute with chocolate drinks.
- Don’t purchase chocolate for other people.
- Listen to your mp3 hypnosis recording one day a week for the first week then every other day for the second week.
- Find a healthy way of rewarding yourself, a pat on the back and a few kind words to yourself really does help.
- Find personal ‘stay safe tips’.
- Find more productive things to do apart from eating chocolate.
Remember: Chocolate is not a reward it’s a highly addictive substance.
Tom Smith common name, uncommon therapy