Stop Smoking


“After 60 years of smoking and several bouts of bronchitis, I contacted Jennifer Scott. I had tried several times (unsuccessfully) to stop. We did three sessions, and since then I have not TOUCHED a cigarette in four years. I cannot stand the smell of cigarette smoke. I cannot even tolerate the odor emanating from the clothes of a smoker near me. Jennifer Scott made it easy for me to be a non-smoker. FREE AT LAST!!” Gert S., Scottsdale, AZ


  • Tobacco causes cancer, emphysema and heart disease, contributing to the deaths of thousands and thousands of people worldwide.
  • In 1987, lung cancer surpassed breast cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths among women.
  • According to recent studies, giving up smoking even late in life eliminates most of the risk of lung cancer.
  • What’s more, the risk is wiped out more than 90 percent for those who quit before they turn 35.

Did you know that:

  • Women who smoke have more trouble getting pregnant.
  • A mother’s smoking during pregnancy doubles her child’s risk of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and a lower IQ.
  • Smoking may contribute to impotence in men.

“Everything is great! I had no idea easy this transition in my life could be and cannot thank you enough. I will definitely let you know if I need anymore help but for now I am confident that I am 100% chew free and will be for life. Thanks again, ” Jim, AZ


If you’re currently a smoker (as I was 20 years ago), please understand that you are letting your life be controlled by a destructive habit, not an addiction. Saying “nicotine is an addiction” is a cop-out. Because if nicotine were an addictive drug like heroin, people would get hooked on nicotine patches or nicotine gum. And we would be able to substitute a heroin patch for heroin or an alcohol patch for alcohol. But we can’t. They are addictive. Smoking isn’t. When a substance is truly addictive, your body craves more and more to give you the same high. But look at yourself: you probably are now smoking about the same amount every day, give or take some unusual stress.

“I tried going cold turkey, which would usually last less than a week and put me in a foul mood. I have tried nicotine patches, acupuncture and Nicorette gum. With any of the methods that I used, the longest lasted two weeks. After three sessions with Jennifer Scott, I have been smoke-free for 7 months. I feel better than I have ever felt. I highly recommend Jennifer Scott’s hypnosis program to quit smoking. I’m so thankful to her for adding years to my life.” Philip T., Scottsdale, Arizona


Now that you’ve eliminated the “I’m addicted and can’t help myself” excuse, take a look at this destructive habit that’s been controlling you. How would you like to end your feeling of powerlessness over it? How would you like to regain control over your health, your future and how long you live? Read on. The first step towards your empowerment is understanding how the mind works and why Willpower has failed you.


Even though we seem to have only one mind, we actually have two: an Outer Mind (Conscious) and an Inner Mind (Subconscious), and they function differently.

Think of them combined as a biocomputer. Your Conscious mind has been wired to reason things out, to search for solutions and to Try to make things happen using Willpower. You’re probably most familiar with using this part of your mind.

Let’s now use smoking as an example. You analyze your problem about smoking. You search to find an easy solution, reasoning to yourself “Maybe I’ll use the patch or that chewing gum.” Then you desperately Try to stop on your own using Willpower. Notice how much effort you use… without any positive results.

Why? Because your habitual patterns of behavior have been programmed into that other part of your mind – your Subconscious – and habits can only change on the Subconscious level. This is the part of your mind that gets so deeply engrained with habit that you go on automatic – like when you’re driving your car, washing dishes or lighting up without thinking.


So if you feel out of control, just know that you can regain mental control by re-educating your Inner Mind through the power of suggestion.

Now you can feel better about yourself. You didn’t know that Trying and Willpower were part of your Conscious mind and, therefore, couldn’t get the job done. You didn’t know you had a Subconscious mind that could be retrained. And you didn’t know that hypnosis is the doorway to your Subconscious.

But now you know why it is that the harder you try to quit, the more you want to smoke. To read more about hypnosis, click here.

“I scheduled a series of three sessions with Jennifer Scott. Well, I never used the third session. What transpired for me was nothing short of miraculous. Jennifer helped me give up a twenty-year habit in fewer sessions than she said it would take… and it didn’t hurt at all.” ~ Rick M., Scottsdale, AZ

In this process, it’s most important to practice self hypnosis one or two times a day until you master my simple yet powerful techniques. There’s a bonus to this process: you’ll develop the ability to open up all of your senses so that you can clearly see and experience yourself as a non-smoker. The principle is powerful:


Or — to put it another way — you can say “I want to quit smoking” over and over again, but if you want to achieve results, your mental pictures must match your words.

If you want to take back control of your life, you must learn how to partner with your Subconscious mind. I assure you: the act of quitting a destructive habit like smoking is just the beginning of many future successes for you. Each victory makes the next victory easier. Don’t wait. You’re ready. Just as I have helped many, many clients quit smoking in three sessions or less, I can help you.

“I smoked for 35 years, but was able to quit after very few sessions with Jennifer Scott. In the 5 years since, I have not smoked.” Barbara C. F., Phoenix, AZ

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