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is there any /x/ way of quitting smoking?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Keep smoking until you die and then technically you quit smoking at some point

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Reincarnation will make sure he'll pick up smoking again though. He'll have to break the cycle to stop smoking.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    By actually quitting. Just stop. Focus on other things. Its that simple.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    you can effectively cut off smoking with acupuncture, but it wont treat the reason why you're smoking in the first place.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Addiction is a test that you are failing. You will keep smoking cigarettes through the hole in your neck after lung cancer and being put on oxygen with that attitude. I've seen it, it's fricking true. It is an absolute test of your will power and it will consume you if you cannot simply choose not to.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is the sad truth. It's not even so much willpower as it is an ability to manipulate habits, which is quite the superpower . Imagine being able to form fantastically good habits with the same level of zeal an addict has for their substance of choice. It just requires the work to be put in for each individual to learn how to form and break habits easily, everything else comes naturally.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Zyn

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    start drinking instead

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Put a curse on your habit

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    TECHNIQUE: HOW TO QUIT SMOKING
    How to get rid of art or artificial closure?
    Above all, try to be in nature as much as possible to absorb and inhale the natural smell.

    Try to limit the flow of cigarettes and share it perhaps to limit smoking to smaller ones shares. Then less and less – than we wanted to pick up the width on the strait. And at some point You will feel that you just might still be smoking in the morning because you'll be out of cigarettes on an hour that you can smoke, maybe at a full hour you say that you can smoke one. Then you are Limit yourself to smoking one maybe in the morning, lunch and dinner. Then take away dinner. After take lunch off and maintain your morning coffee. You know coffee and cigarettes – morning time is the most holy time for earthly man! And after some time, you will see it too passed. So, yes, try to help yourself with this.

    If it's easier for you, sit under a tree trying to smell the artificial smell of your cigarette and the smell of nature. And you will surely, sooner or later, remove the cigarette smell, will be uncomfortable. Because this is a Creature of Life that will not tolerate such dirt.

    "If we connect with the energy of Nature, how long this energy has been connected to us or to how long do we have to renew it?"

    When you enter this life flow of Nature, that is, this natural field, this natural harmony of balance, you can maintain this balance as long as you feel a calm pulse of heart.
    When you fall out of the pace, that is, you fall into this everyday flow, you are losing the very thought of it tranquility, on this calmness and getting lost or tearing the bond between nature and between you.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    mindset shift
    assume that you have never been a smoker,what would it feel like?feel it,stay in that feelin until it becomes the new dominant state for you

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would recommend reading "The Easy Way to Stop Smoking" by Allen Carr very conscientiously and complement it with this Ram Dass talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C-u9hyB7rE

    The book is short and it serves as a guide for you to examine the reality of your psycho-emotional relationship with cigarettes, so you can realize deeply that they are not the "friend" that you perceive them to be, but a parasitic enemy that feeds off your unconsciousness.

    The book is not /x/ per se, but if you implement it with an /x/ perspective it's very powerful.
    I would also suggest asking Archangel Raphael for assistance in the process of healing the addiction.

    Ram Dass's talk is pretty much in sync with the core ideas in the book, but through a spiritual lense.

    In the end, addictions are soothing mechanisms to appease the pain of our spiritual wounds, so I'd also recommend to embark on a healing journey, otherwise you are just making cosmetic improvements instead of going for the root cause.

    Godspeed anon.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I second this anons advice.

      My own suggestion:

      Bring awareness to the habit. The more you know about it the better you can treat it. Is it boredom, stress, pleasure, social?

      Work out how much nicotine your body is regulary getting, switch to an alternative route of entry for the drug (patches, gum) and over some weeks reduce the nicotine to 0mg.

      Replace the act of smoking/rolling with something else (an activity, hobby, breathing exercise, whatever, maybe something you can do with your hands, drawing, writing, fidget toy, rubix cube, rolling a coin, some totem of sorts)

      Track your progress, money saved, number of cigs a day, smoke free days, any metrics you like. Maybe reward yourself at certain milestones with the money you would have spent on cigs

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't recommend the method of how I quit smoking after a pack a day for 15 years. I became a targeted individual and they took alcohol and cigarette addiction from my mind. Guess I didn't quit, I was forced to quit.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Psilocybin (or ayahuasca)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      without a prior powerful intention and motivation, neither will do anything about smoking in and out of themselves.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tfw vaped and smoked pot every day since 17
    >25 now
    Help me anons.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    picrel is a ladyboy
    also quitters never win

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would say no, quitting tobacco was so hard for me ultimately I just got sick and smoking was painful and that combined with it was winter and I didn’t wanna leave home in the cold to get cigarettes helped me quit

  16. 2 months ago
    Sage

    Yes. You recognize the obvious: addiction is a psyop, it's just gnomes whispering in your ear. This may not be 100% accurate but is more accurate than current addiction theory.

    I did it after smoking 15 years. You will have cravings after 10 day mark. I smoked weed instead of tobacco. You cannot cheat even a bit. Develop a saying/mantra about how disgusting it is (basically you hypnotize yourself into thinking it's gross). Tapering down is a cope.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The only /x/ way is to outgrow it spiritually.
    When you get to the bottom of your being, you see the root cause of all of your habits, the good, the bad, the ugly. It's not just external vices like drugs and smoking, it's the way you walk, talk, sleep, carry yourself, your anxieties, and deeply troubled emotional states that even you don't realize you may experience or have it in you so to speak.
    You don't realize that habits like smoking and overeating are tied to subtle emotional states that trigger you, so learn to discern your emotions instead as the root of the problem.
    As you begin to embody who you are, some states and things just become incompatible and you quickly discern and avoid them, permanently at that.
    For me it wasn't even the nicotine addiction, it was the smoke and aroma, I wasn't much of a social or emotional smoker to begin with, but I used to chain smoke at home. So I started burning incense and found myself smoking less and less.
    Still smoke from time to time, but maybe 2-3 times a month, I've collected some rare tobacco blends and would just roll one whenever I feel like smoking.
    Not having cigarettes at the ready to just spark is also a good way to suppress the desire to smoke when it comes and it will come.
    Had to quit coffee for a while too, it's way worse than cigarettes, not only will you gain significant appetite as well, you're going to have prolonged headaches and various other neurological expressions of withdrawal.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Check out these disposable plastic cigarette filters.
    They remove more tar from the cigarette using some principle of pressurization and you can get them for as cheap as $0.03.
    I always use them, have been using them long term.
    When I can't the cigarettes are way too strong.
    I've tried 2 brands called Fresh as well as another called Efficient and Fresh have been better.

    Another thing you can try is smoking less.
    Like trying to keep it under 10, and keep your cigarettes away from the place where you smoke so it takes longer to walk and get to one, don't smoke indoors.

    You can try chantix, a vaporizor nicotine chewing gum, all of the above.

    If you have something to keep your mind focused on and away from outdoors where you smoke, then you won't think about your next cigarette and smoke less.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    But, smoking butts, my dear, do not go together in spirituality and with you. Therefore, stop throwing them on the floor over the window, over the car window, and stop polluting other people. Cigarettes are actually stuns through which, of course, people actually forget about their fellow human beings en masse. Spiritual people or cigarette people are actually the ones who pollute the environment the most. Those who concern and drug themselves put something in a vein and destroy themselves. Good. Emotional surroundings too. But, the most selfish people are actually the ones who smoke. Why selfish? Because they are still far from spirituality!

    Mainly because, not only do they throw butts or have thrown them, perhaps individuals even clean up behind them, which is really praiseworthy, but they pollute the air. They not only poison themselves, but their surroundings. The surroundings of fellow human beings. It is very unpleasant when you pass to taverns and restaurants, and you smoke next to each other, and you see that none of them may smoke. And smoke around them. Because all this dirty goes into ether. In ether goes to other people, to other beings.

    The energies of the envelope absorb all this. And you are also responsible for this, my dear, because you have consciously poisoned. And because you are spiritual and I believe and trust in you to walk so high, you will surely reach a higher frequency, if you stop poisoning yourself and the world around you.

    Therefore, those who think they are very high, at a high level in spirituality, when they reach for cigarettes, believe me, are not where they think they are or where you think they are. Far from it, because, in short, they are a little weighed down.

    Therefore, in the future, I would really ask you to look a little at your surroundings. If nothing else, move away from everyone and smoke in isolation. It is not necessary to poison the world around you.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Woe to those mothers who poison their children consciously. There is also punishment in a different form. Above all, also the energy that the child draws from the outside or soul, the ether from himself or the breath of life. It is a sacrifice to someone else.

      However, such mothers can never say that their children have become ill on the respiratory tract because they are sick due to emotional trauma. For the most part, this is because of their cigarettes or their selfish pleasures. And this does not come into contact with the Light, my dear. Even if you are light and you are emotional and heartfelt – notice it! Start thinking about the other side.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Impulse control. When the cravings and the internal weakness comes, remain still and stay with that feeling and thought, until it disapates or transforms. Look at it directly without giving it a name.
    Not some "occult" gay gay shit that has no meaning or validity, this is actually something you can do that has meaningful impact on you as a human being: Being present with the pain and troubles within. This "helps" for cigaretts and any other internal challenge.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Quitting isn't the hard part, the hard part is getting the thing to fulfill your dopamine deficiency.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    psilocybin will help with that instruction, if its required.

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