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I saw Tim for a quit smoking session 6 months ago. And I never would have thought it was possible to give up the habit so easily.

As soon as I walked out and saw people smoking i noticed myself thinking “nah, I don’t smoke” instead of the usual “i need a cigarette”. No withdrawals, no stress, anxiety… nothing. It doesn’t even bother me if people smoke around me. It’s so good being a non smoker and I know I will never go back. I was not convinced about hypnotherapy before actually. Experiencing it myself – totally worth the money. I now believe that it could work in other problem areas/ bad habits as well, as long as your mind really wants the change.

Not only has this worked for me, but I sent one of my closest friends over to Tim shortly after my successful session (she smoked twice as much as I ever did). And she’s also never smoked since.

Thank you so much Tim for all your help!



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Hi Tim,
Just to keep you up to date, I’m still sleeping well, its so cool. I don’t know how you do it? And because I’m sleeping better, I can manage my pain better too.
Thanks mate x

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Dear Tim,
I just wanted to thank you again, Raquel hasn’t pulled her eyelashes for over six weeks now and they’re growing back. She seems to be much happier in herself too, at home and at school.
This has made a huge difference to us as a family, because as you know hypnosis was our last hope before we took the psychologist’s advice and went down the medication road. She’s only twelve and her father and I are so relieved that this is an option we didn’t have to consider in the end.

Kind regards,

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Hi Tim, just wanted to let you know that I have lost my first 20kgs and this in under 5 months.
Thanks for the great help


Hey Tim,

I hope you are well.

Well, i’ve made it past the 3-month mark and I’m still quit and couldn’t be happier. I still have little cravings but like you said it pops into my head and then it goes again. I’ve even found social situations fine. I’m exercising more and I’m no longer that dirty fagger in a group that has to pop out for a cigarette. Summer is just around the corner and I’m looking forward parties, BBQs and sunbathing and not having weather hot enough so it’s ok to smoke outside. Thank you so much for all your help.

I think my friend is coming to see you soon.

Warm Regards
Nathalie Byrnes

Nathalie Byrnes

Thank you, Tim, for helping me to kick the habit. I used to smoke three packs a day. It’s been 3 months now since I’ve stopped and I am sticking to it. I’m doing super good.
Kind Regards,


Hi Tim,
Its been several weeks since my successful “Virtual Gastric Band hypnosis” treatment. I’m very pleased with the results not only sustaining a continuous steady weight loss but also the added benefits of releasing a lot of mental baggage.

I’m much more relaxed and now able to sense when I am full and ready to stop eating. My portion sizes have also reduced in sync with the messages of fullness. This rarely influenced me before the hypnotherapy as I continuously ate independently of whether I was full or not. It’s not easy though and does require effort to maintain these connections through the affirmations and listening to the supplementary recorded session. However, the benefits are worth it and as long as they were committed to the success of the process I’d recommend the “Virtual Gastric Band”.

We’re off to Europe next week so it will great to see how things progress in the holiday “mode”. I very positive about this though as:

1. It will be relaxing, and
2. There will be lots of exercise.


At first I had reservations because my decision was based on “should” rather than “I want to”. I questioned my own level of commitment and I feared the grieving that might ensue from losing my strong attachment.

Even during the hypnosis treatment I wondered if it was having any impact as I still felt very “conscious” and aware, and in my mind I was still questioning the process.

However, as I left, I already had a sense that things had changed, and I felt very calm. Smoking was low on my agenda and it surprised me that at “habit” times, I barely thought about it. There were no overwhelming cravings, such as I had had on other sorts of attempts to quit smoking.

A couple of weeks later, during the time of high stress, I almost succumbed – I got in the car and drove to the regular shop, arguing with myself all the way, and rather easily continued driving past and returned empty handed. That was the big win day when I knew it was real and permanent.

Now after two months, I feel strong and free. I am quite dispassionate about it. If I walk past someone smoking, I can “like” the familiar smell without feeling any urge to partake. Sometimes I just think “I’m glad that’s not me!”.

It was my form of stress relief – and a crutch – and I was afraid to give up. Surprisingly, I feel so much less stressed now not smoking – I am much more relaxed. I cope better and I feel free, happy and strong.

Jesse L.

Hi Tim,

This is Tracy, I came to see you about 3 weeks ago with my husband. First of all, I just wanted to say thank you very much for helping us to quit smoking. I can’t believe how happy I am to be a non-smoker. I really wanted to give up, but I didn’t fully believe that hypnosis is going to help us – but it really has. Both my husband and I are very happy with not smoking anymore and we don’t miss it at all – absolutely fantastic! And the kids are so happy too. Everything is good.

By the way, i have a friend at work who also wants to give up smoking and I will give her your number. I wanted to ask if you could give her the same deal that you gave us.

Thank you very much. Talk soon.



Hi Tim,

it’s been two weeks now and I’m doing really well. I went out with friends who smoke a couple of times and it didn’t bother me. I don’t miss the old habit of coffee and cigarette in the morning either. I just know that I am never going to smoke again. Most of the time I don’t think about it. And when a thought about smoking enters my mind I just remind myself that I am not smoking anymore. That’s all I have to do. Now I am focusing on getting fit again. That’s quite fun. Thanks again for all your help.

Cheers, Vanessa

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