Self Hypnosis Audio Programs

Are you interested in what it feels like to be hypnotized? Find a nice quiet, comfortable spot where you will not be disturbed for the next 30 minutes. Put on  headphones or earbuds and listen to The Stop Smoking Lady, Helena Jehnichen, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist take you on an inner journey, to a place where total relaxation is possible and dreams are realized.  Like what you hear? Click here to purchase your own self hypnosis audio programs to help with things such as fears, nail biting, confidence, insomnia & overcoming what other people think of me. 


1. Decide to Stop Smoking – Make it all about YOU! When you decide something, it is actually easy to is your decision.
2. Benefits – What’s in it for me? List out what you will gain once you become a non smoker.
3. Change Your Words - From Need to Want. No one needs a cigarette. People want to smoke. No baby ever came out of the womb and said “Hey Mama, got a smoke?”
4. Change Hands - Smoke with the other hand.
5. Change Location - Smoke in a different spot.
6. Track When & Where - Keep a Journal – Time and Location. Is there a pattern?
7. Track Your Feelings/Emotions. Is there a pattern?
8. Switch it up - Buy a Different Brand of Cigarettes. Remind yourself of what cigarettes and smoking really tastes like.
9. Use Paper - Pay Cash for Cigarettes. Feel what it is like to have money slip through your hands and in exchange for poor health and poison.
10. Hire a Hypnotist — Choose someone who is a smoking cessation specialist.

Case Study & Reports

Please click here to view a case study that demonstrated the effectiveness of many different methods used by people to quit smoking. 

The Mayo Clinic reports that studies show hypnotherapy may be used to:
o Change negative behaviors, such as smoking, bed-wetting and overeating
o Reduce or eliminate fears, stress and anxiety
o Treat pain during childbirth and reduce labor time
o Control pain during dental and surgical procedures
o Relieve symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
o Lower blood pressure
o Control nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy
o Reduce the intensity or frequency of headaches, including migraines
o Treat and ease the symptoms of asthma
o Hasten the healing of some skin diseases, including warts, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis

Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. Willpower, it turns out, counts for very little," concluded New Scientist, referring to a meta-analysis by Iowa University scientists. The researchers statistically combined results of 600 studies of almost 72,000 individuals who had successfully quit smoking using a variety of methods: hypnotherapy, aversion therapy, acupuncture, nicotine substitutes and willpower. Hypnotherapy proved the most effective-three times more effective than nicotine replacement methods and 15 times more effective than trying to quit alone. New Scientist

As the Harvard University Gazette later put it, "The records of cerebral activity clearly show that hypnosis can change the state of the brain," and is therefore not a matter of mere imagining, visualizing or positive thinking. The Harvard scientists speculate that it is this now-proven ability of hypnosis to impact significant areas of the brain that "may account for the success of hypnosis in reducing pain and anxiety, combating insomnia, and helping some people to quit smoking. Harvard University Gazette

A study comparing 93 men and 93 women who quit smoking through hypnotherapy found that after three months, 86% of the men and 87% of the women reported remaining smoke-free. Psychology Rep

A recent study presented at the annual international scientific assembly of the American College of Chest Physicians showed that patients were more likely to quit smoking through the use of hypnotherapy than patients using other smoking cessation methods. And in an earlier study involving 226 smokers, more than half completely abstained from smoking one week after a single hypnosis session. Cessation rates at six months climbed to 66% for those who completed a hypnosis-based treatment program. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis