Quitting smoking – a personal journey (part 4)


What a journey I have embarked upon. A journey with a goal but an unknown timeframe. I never thought that a quitting smoking would teach me so much about myself. You might call that personal development.

If you haven’t read my two previous posts on my stop-smoking-journey, you can read them here.

Week 6 and 7: I will stay at five cigarettes a day, but in the end of week 7 I’m suddenly having 10 instead of 5 a day! Hmm, not exactly what I had planned.

Quit smoking advice no. 1! Bury your cigarettes

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On 2 March, I get a tip from a wise woman. She tells me that I should bury my cigarettes. Send them over to the other side and move on. I think about it for a while but on Friday March 11th, I hold the funeral for my cigarettes in my garden. It definitely sounds odd but it does genuinely affect me deeply. I discovered that I have a lot of emotions associated with my cigarettes.

Week 8 and 9: Well, now I’m back to smoking like a chimney…15-20 cigarettes a day. Come on, I’m stressed. What exactly it is that stresses me out is difficult to explain, but you know it when you feel it.

Quit smoking advice no. 2! Remember to use the LifeWave patches

I have been furious, angry, frustrated and more with myself over the fact that I haven’t been able to succeed yet. But damn it, we all have to learn how to crawl before we can walk. And now I’ll tell you one thing: You have to actually use the LifeWave patches in order for them to help you. I’m sure that doesn’t come as a surprise to you. You can’t just think about taking them, you have to actually do it. It’s the same thing as everything else that we do – you have to just get to it. Just thinking about the idea isn’t enough – you won’t get any healthier or thinner by doing that.

Tuesday, March 15th: The first bike ride – just 20 km. Mind you, I haven’t been on a bike since September 1st of last year. I started this journey when I almost coughed my lungs out. I could hardly breathe. A wake-up call for sure – I had to do something. On April 1st I start using the LifeWave patch to quit smoking and detox myself. I need to start fresh. I hope and believe that a detox with LifeWave patches will remove the stress left in my body and give me the inner peace that I long for.

Non-smoker since April 1st

My weight has not changed. Compared to test the protocol in the To Human app, as I mentioned in my first post about quitting smoking. (5-day detox and using Energy Enhancer Y-Age Glutatione and Y-Age Aeon), I’ll go more into detail when we meet again on May 1st as I can’t really comment on something that I haven’t done.

  • What’s it like from week 10 to week 14?
  • How is it going with the weight?
  • Is a detox cure what it takes?
  • How does the protocol in To Human app work to help me quit smoking?
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