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Filed Under (Quick Help Suggestion, Weed Advice) by Gary on January-30-2007

There are effective treatments and supplements that you can take to control the urge to smoke marijuana, however not everyone can afford to go to a rehab clinic or fork out hundreds of dollars for craving supplements that may or may not work.

This is where Emotional Freedom Technique (or EFT) comes into place. It is free, quick, easy and very effective at stopping cravings of all kinds including craving to smoke marijuana joints.

So what is EFT?

EFT is in simple terms, a method to break habits. By applying pressure on certain areas of your body whilst thinking about your craving you can reverse this craving for whatever it is you do not want. The technique is also used to send positive affirmations to your subconscious mind. The technique looks very strange but it is very simple to do and very effective. I would recommend everyone try this technique as it is so simple to achieve results.

What you will be doing is tapping with our fingertips on certain key points of the body. Just before tapping and during tapping you should concentrate on your craving. For example, if you wanted to smoke a joint, you would think about smoking a joint and imagine yourself already smoking a joint.

It’s very simple stuff and can be performed by anyone. Results are instant and the whole process should not take you more than 3 minutes to complete.

For your complete guide on EFT please visit’s EFT Quitting Guide.

First we make our habits, then our habits make us.

Charles C. Noble

Filed Under (Life Lessons, Quick Help Suggestion) by Gary on January-17-2007

Are you experiencing The Void?

What is The Void you may be asking. Let me explain …

Often when people give up smoking cannabis, a massive hole (or void) is made within themselves. They are left with a feeling of depression and emptiness. It’s like something is missing. Something you love has now disappeared and you feel sadness because you want that feeling back.

Truth is you don’t actually want marijuana back, but you do want the FEELING that marijuana gave you back.

I get a lot of emails from users saying they are finding it difficult to cope with this change their body is going through. My advise for this problem is always the same …

Learn something new.

You see you feel like your missing out on something. Something has gone, its vanished off the face of the earth and you want it back. Well instead of going around in a hopeless loop and ….

giving up then smoking a few days later,
giving up then smoking a few days later,
giving up then smoking a few days later,

Try and fill The Void! As an ex-user myself I know exactly what it is like and today I am going to share with you the exact thing that I used to fill my void with. There’s two things actually.

1. Golf. I absolutely love playing Golf and because I was a stoner I never played as much as I liked to. So when I gave up smoking cannabis I went and played Golf several times per week. I got two great benefits from playing Golf. Firstly, I was outdoors taking some well needed exercise which also helped me to sleep at night, and secondly it was filling The Void.

2. Think and Grow Rich. Have you never heard of Think and Grow Rich? If you haven’t you’re in for a special treat today. This is a phenomenal book that gave me added passion to give up smoking but also to better myself in all areas of life. It picked me up from the ashes and slapped me around the face. It gave me purpose to my life and introduced me to a world that I never knew.

I couldn’t possibly do Think and Grow Rich justice by writing about it in this blog, so you must go and download your FREE COPY right now and read it for yourself. The author Napoleon Hill was a wonderful sharing person and he shared this brilliant book with us back in the 1930’s. It’s power and potential is simply mind blowing.

Click here to get your FREE copy of Think and Grow Rich.

Before success comes in any man’s life, he’s sure to meet with much temporary defeat and, perhaps some failures. When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and the most logical thing to do is to quit. That’s exactly what the majority of men do.

Napoleon Hill

Have you ever wondered why you keep relapsing?

  • Why you are unable to give up smoking instantly?
  • What exactly is creating the cravings and withdrawal symptoms?
  • How come EVERYONE doesn’t get the same symptoms that you do?
  • Why do non-smokers not become addicted to smoking when they inhale your second hand smoke?

Here are some interesting questions you should consider to ask yourself. I am not about to tell you what you should or shouldn’t be doing. That is your decision and your choice. No one can help you if you don’t want help. Fact is, I used to be a weed smoker and since I have given it up, life has been great!

You see the majority of people who try and give up end up failing because they are giving up using willpower. Well, lets break that down a bit. Willpower is deciding to do something against what you desire.

In fact that is so important, I am going to write it again … willpower is deciding to do something against what you desire.

When you try and do something against what you truly desire you are creating more stress for yourself because you feel like you are missing out on something. Is stress what you need in your life?? NO!

Stress is a trigger to smoke!! So, you give up, create more stress for yourself and wonder why you couldn’t resist the cravings???? It’s simple when you break it down.

What is the best way to give up smoking? Get rid of cravings. Focus upon that. If you have no cravings, you will have no problems.

Filed Under (Quick Help Suggestion) by Gary on September-16-2006

Here’s a question for you to think about today, why do you smoke marijuana?

Can you remember the first time you smoked it? Can you remember how much you smoked and how much you needed to get high?

I’m guessing it didn’t take much to get you high the first few times you smoked it. This is because the THC receptors in your brain had never been exposed to cannabis before. And the first time you took a few hits, these THC receptors went crazy! Loads of the little blighters became activated and sent you into an oblivion of stonerism.

How much do you have to smoke now to get you to that same high way back then? Or can’t you experience the same highs any more?

You see I’m betting when you started to smoke marijuana you never thought it would be an every day event in your life. Maybe you thought that it was a great way to relax and that you wanted to do it on weekends when you don’t have the distractions of work. Or perhaps you decided to do it once or twice a week but limit yourself to doing it in the evenings when you don’t have any commitments to fulfil.

Well, this is how I started out. Smoking only a very little bit at the weekends. I was so quickly chasing that same high that I first experienced and kept wanting more. Sometimes I would make myself sick by smoking too much and other times I couldn’t smoke enough.

It soon turned into a daily event, and then bi daily and sometimes even worse than that. I would smoke on the way to work some mornings just because I thought I couldn’t relax myself naturally and the only way to do it was by having a morning joint. I am sure some of you have been through this before and maybe done even worse.

My point is, it really doesn’t take long to form the habit of smoking regularly. But it appears to be such a hard habit to break.

What did you used to do before you smoke weed?
What would you have done yesterday or the day before that if you didn’t smoke pot?
What things do you want to accomplish in your life but cannabis holds you back from doing it?
When will you stop smoking marijuana?
Or do you think it is part of you?
Is it part of your lifestyle now because you take enjoyment from it?
What were you thinking about the last time your stash ran out and you couldn’t get anymore that day?

These are just some of the questions I think you should be asking yourself. But most importantly … is it worth it? Is it really worth it?

Do you experience any negatives from smoking marijuana? If you do then review the questions above and make a decision. Cannabis addict or cannabis free. It’s your choice at the end of the day, no one is going to force you to quit and no one can change your life unless you want to do it. is here to support you but we can only do our job if you do yours.

Have a beautiful day everyone!