Slave to The Smoking : How To Quit Smoking For Good

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Rick Saruna, certified as a master in advanced NLP and medical hypnosis therapy, has joined forces with Rick Beneteau, a successful internet entrepreneur, in order to bring his Quit Smoking Right Now program online.

We are all too well aware of how costly cigarette addiction is for those who are seemingly trapped by the twisting curls of smoke rising from the little white sticks. Aside from the financial cost of cigarette addiction, which can easily add up to thousands of dollars a year, the severe health problems associated with smoking, such as cancer and heart attacks, should deter smokers from lighting up. The reality however is much different. Smoking cigarettes remains the third leading cause of death in the United States. But why is kicking the nicotine habit so difficult despite its glaringly harmful consequences? Could it be that the true reason behind cigarette addiction dwells deep within the subconscious mind?

Rick Beneteau and Rick Saruna the co-creators of the Quit Smoking Right Now program believe that's exactly where the key to cigarette addiction resides. According to Beneteau and Saruna the only way to permanently eliminate nicotine addiction is to use specialized NLP (Neuro-Linguistis-Programing), a popular form of hypnosis therapy. Beneteau, a self confessed life long smoker who puffed away at cigarettes for 39 years, was finally able to permanently quit his smoking habit after using advanced NLP techniques as applied by Saruna. The whole process took a mere three hours to complete. "He said all I had to do to was set aside three hours of my time and pick the date for what I now call D-Day, or done-day," expresses Beneteau. "I believed in the power of the mind and all…but Rick's promise would have been an absolute miracle in my case!" he adds. But in the end it did work and Beneteau has been smoke free ever since.

According to the Quit Smoking Right Now program, there are strong unconscious thought patterns that govern a nicotine addict's mind, preventing the smoker from kicking the habit. These include false notions that may have been slyly put in place over years of exposure to the tobacco industry's special advertising campaigns. Beneteau and Saruna believe that in addition to these false beliefs, a general lack of knowledge regarding the physical realities of nicotine addiction and the extremely addictive ingredients laced into cigarettes, prevent successful quitting among the %90 who try to quit smoking.

Beneteau and Saruna contend that the only way to permanently quit the smoking habit is to remove these false ideas from the subconscious mind and learn the truth behind nicotine addiction. "It was your mind that convinced your body to start smoking in the first place…and it is only your mind that can convince your body to stop," argues Beneteau. The Quit Smoking Right Now program does not involve any medications, supplements, special diets or exercise programs, instead the program relies on the use of NLP hypnosis therapy to permanently eliminate nicotine and cigarette addiction in a matter of hours.

Rick Saruna is not a newcomer when it comes to hypnosis therapy. He is certified as a master in advanced NLP and medical hypnosis therapy. He currently heads a successful clinic specializing in the use of hypnosis and NLP treatment for a wide range of conditions. He has joined forces with Rick Beneteau, a successful internet entrepreneur, in order to bring his program online. The Quit Smoking Right Now program is available online at http://totalhealthportal.com

The program has had many successful participants. "It was quick and easy, I tried everything else but nothing worked, now I don't even have an urge for a cigarette after 40 years of smoking, you have to try it to believe it" says Linda Russell one the many of the program's success stories. Jim Quarrington another previous chain smoker adds, "ten minutes into the program and I knew I was going to be able to quit, I remain tobacco-free over a year later."

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