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Moderate drinking - 3 steps to taking control
Moderate drinking. Sounds very 'zen', does it not? "Everything in moderation," the sages advise us, "including moderation!" You may laugh, but they have a point. We humans are very inclined to overdo things, even things like being more sensible and drinking less. Then, when we fail to live up to our ideals, we beat ourselves up, call ourselves failures, and abandon the whole project as a waste of time.
And we all know where that leads.
So is there really a moderate way to master drinking in moderation?
Step 1: Stop black and white thinking about drinking
Moderate drinking is not an 'all or nothing' practice. Let go of the idea of getting perfect control, and instead aim for good enough control. What counts as 'good enough'? Maybe talk this over with supportive friends. Leave yourself room for variation. Set your own goals - you know yourself best. Give yourself leeway for special occasions. Plan in some totally drink free time on a regular basis, to balance things out.
Step 2: Tune in to your body - it knows what's good for you
It's never your body that overdoes it with the drink, is it? Left to itself, your body will nurture itself perfectly appropriately. It always sends you signals when it's time to stop. What are your personal signals? What physical signals do you notice? What mental/emotional signals? Start paying attention again and allow yourself to respond. Your body is your best ally in making healthy changes.
Step 3: Use hypnosis to embed healthy patterns of drinking
Excessive drinking gets a hold on you because you get so focused on the present moment (and extending it) that you lose awareness of the future - with its consequences. It's a kind of 'negative trance'. But you can develop an even more powerful 'positive trance' that will keep the perspective of your life in focus for you.
Moderate drinking is an audio hypnosis session which will teach you how to establish a beneficial positive trance around controlled drinking. Rather than relying solely on will-power, it works at the subconscious level to render alcohol increasingly less important to you and to enhance your ability to take the long view.
Each time you listen to the session you will further integrate and strengthen the new patterns of healthy choice until they become part of who you are and what you do - naturally.
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