So, after making your decision to quit, celebrate. Don’t mope, don’t regret; just celebrate your freedom from smoking!
If somebody makes a heartfelt decision to stop – and has a great attitude about that – it’s a done deal. If they say; that’s it, I’m done with it, I’m quitting, I’m free – they have the right attitude!
They celebrate gaining their freedom from cigarettes, rather than mopping the loss of an old ‘friend’.
Those are two very important things that need to be in place. What stops those things being in place is the stuff that’s going on in the subconscious mind – outside of consciousness awareness.
How can you have a great attitude about giving up something that’s been doing something valuable for you?
If you’re operating from the misunderstanding that these cigarettes have been doing something for you, that they’re somehow necessary for your well-being then it will be difficult to have a positive and happy attitude when quitting.
If you think cigarettes are necessary for your well being and happiness, it isn’t easy to have a great attitude about quitting. If you think cigarettes are necessary for you, it isn’t easy to make a really clear, heartfelt decision.