QUIT Smoking – AI’s weird version of my story

I Quit Smoking in 1980 – you can quit now if you want

I quit smoking in 1980 and asked AI to cobble together my story and how great I felt when I stopped smoking.
Here is the result – it’s amusing and a lesson in why AI needs to be carefully read and edited because I could never have compiled or written in this style – the first result was even worse.

The message is this – hypnosis is a great way to QUIT Smoking if you need help.

Why don’t you book a free 15 minute call to see if we can work to help you QUIT Smoking.
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AI’s version of my smoking story.

In the tapestry of life, there was a chapter that revolved around a habit that held me captive: smoking. The story began innocently, as a curious child observing the adults and mimicking their actions, unaware of the long-lasting consequences.

As fate would have it, my path led me to an accountant’s office, where the air was thick with smoke, engulfing every nook and cranny. In those days, workplace health was but a mere afterthought, and the allure of smoking pervaded the atmosphere, seeping into my lungs day after day.

Life took an unexpected turn when a car accident left me with painful injuries, momentarily freeing me from the grip of smoking. But as time passed, and the ebb and flow of life carried me forward, the familiar dance with cigarettes resumed.

Then, amidst the festive cheer, an extraordinary moment unfolded. It was the morning of Christmas Eve when serendipity intertwined with determination. Unbeknownst to each other, my beloved partner and I both reached the same profound conclusion: it was time to part ways with smoking. In a delightful twist of fate, we met at the kitchen’s rubbish bin, each tossing away our remaining cigarettes, our shared resolve sealing a smoke-free pact.

And so, the winds of change swept through our lives, transforming us in ways we never could have imagined. The world regained its vibrancy as taste buds reawakened from their slumber, revealing a symphony of flavors that had been obscured for far too long. Aromas danced tantalizingly, reclaiming their rightful place in our sensory experience. With newfound energy coursing through our veins, we embraced life’s physical challenges, rediscovering the joy of sports and the exhilaration of unrestricted movement.

In the depths of this personal journey, I realized the immense strength it took to break free from smoking’s clutches. But I also recognized that not everyone could navigate this path alone. It was then that I discovered the remarkable power of hypnosis—an enchanting tool that rewires the subconscious mind, unlocking the door to liberation from addiction.

So, my dear reader, if you find yourself ensnared in the chains of smoking, know that you are not alone. Reach out for the gentle guidance of hypnosis, for it holds the potential to rewrite the scripts of your subconscious, paving the way to a brighter, smoke-free future. Your personal tale, intertwined with the magic of hypnosis, can become a testament to your resilience, a testament to the transformative power that lies within.

Embrace the opportunity to create your own narrative, one where smoking is but a distant memory, and where the richness of life unfolds in all its vibrant hues. Let the echoes of your own journey inspire others to embark on their path to freedom, guided by the remarkable possibilities that lie within the realm of hypnosis.

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My Draft Section

This is the original draft that I gave to AI

I can tell you from experience that the day you give up smoking will change your life forever – for the better. I had my first cigarette when I was 4 or 5 years old and I was just copying what all the adults did in those days. I was picking up the smokes the builders left behind when they were rebuilding our house which had burned down – pretty disgusting.
Anyhow I didn’t take it up seriously again until my late teens when I started work in an accountants office. Everyone smoked. The air in the office was foul. If you stood up you were deep into the office smoke zone which floated above our desks and air filtration was just a joke – no one cared about WHS in those days. A car accident, nasty injuries, caused a three or four year break in my smoking. I took it up again late twenties – all my group were smokers and I was playing gigs in the Sydney folk wine bar scene which like the accountants offices were filled with other peoples smoke.
After a particularly heavy party season, too much grog and smoking my wife and I stopped smoking on the same day – the morning of Christmas Eve 1980. It was quite funny – we met at the rubbish bin in the kitchen both throwing out our remaining cigarettes – neither of us knew what the other had decided. Since then I have had only a single puff on a cigarette at a funeral – it was pretty horrible so I didn’t take a second puff.
The changes that happened to both of us after stopping were quite surreal. We regained our sense of taste and going out for dinner became an amazing taste fest as we tried and experienced a range of previously hidden tastes, aromas were more exiting and enjoyable, well not all and our energy levels jumped up several notches. Our weekly tennis and squash sessions were much more fun and our stamina was so much better – this all within a couple of months.
So I do recommend tossing away those cigarettes and giving the bird to the cigarette executives who get fat salaries from flogging their poisonous smokes.

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