The Addict's Gift
Craving alcohol or any habit-forming substance isn't an addict’s nemesis. It’s merely the outward sign of a malfunctioning unconscious mindset. Retrain the unconscious mind and the desire for the substance leaves naturally. How can you crave anything if the unconscious mind no longer holds a memory of such destructive thinking and desires? During the retraining phase abstinence is NOT required. More
Finally! A guide that gets to the core of addiction and how to heal from it permanently. Dependence on alcohol, cigarettes or any other habit-forming substance isn't an addict’s nemesis or challenge; it’s merely the outward manifestation of a malfunctioning, unconscious mindset. The faulty mindset is the real issue in need of healing… for as we think, so we act. If we want to behave like someone free from addiction - like our actions and lifestyle were prior to us falling prey to addiction - we must again think like we did back then. To regain that mentality, our unconscious mind must be ‘re-tuned’ to ‘factory setting;’ to the setting in which the Creator intended for our minds to function, and maintain optimum efficiency, and enjoy all-inclusive wholeness and happiness. However, this state of return to pre-addiction completeness is exclusively achieved by those who follow the Natural Healing Process. As the title indicates: the process is 100% founded on natural law. No pharmaceutical drugs to dull the craving with its inevitable harmful side effects are involved. In fact, the Natural Healing Process terminates the craving - as though it never was. It also makes the need for tedious religious-formatted meetings and sponsors obsolete.
Think about it. How can you crave something if the unconscious mind no longer holds a memory of such destructive thinking and desires? Most importantly, during the re-tuning phase addicts are NOT, repeat NOT, required to give up abusing their substance!!! Neither do they have to force the desire into submission one day at a time, as AA and all other 12 Steps procrastination plans demand. Addicts don't even have to cut back on their intake. Now that’s having your cake and eating it too. It just can't get any better or easier than that.
The worst thing anyone wishing to be cured from addiction can do, is to resist the craving. Carl Jung allegedly argued, “What you resist not only persists but will grow in size.” Those who follow the Bible might find it interesting and encouraging to know that Jesus predated Jung's observation by about 1 900 years. He allegedly said, "Resist not evil." Matthew 5:39. The word "evil" comes from the Greek word ponēros, which, in turn, evolved from the root word ponos. According to Strong’s Concordance (G4192), ponos means intense desire, so at its bedrock, "resist not evil" means: Do not resist intense desire or craving.
There you have the answer why AA’s 12 Steps procrastination and suppression plan has a 95% failure rate and why the overwhelming majority of the 95% returns to their addiction and then generally drink more than before they entered the doomed to failure 12 Steps Programme.
But does it work?
From a reader: I was impelled to contact Dirk and get help from him for my addictions to alcohol and cigarettes and help with grief issues. I met him mid-January 2015 and he spoke about using affirmations to re-programme the unconscious. He was very easy to talk to and understanding. I said these affirmations daily and I wasn't sure if it would stop the struggle with addiction, but I kept saying them anyway. Dirk said not to put pressure on myself and to keep drinking and smoking if I wanted to while still doing the affirmations. I stopped drinking on 02 April 2015 and I stopped smoking on 04 April 2015 and haven't had either since. I look and feel a lot better and healthier now. This method has worked for me as I'm sure it will work for anyone. My father was an alcoholic and attended AA for many years; it was something that didn’t feel right for me, going to meetings weekly year after year and hearing the same stories from the same people. I no longer desire alcohol and cigarettes and am very grateful to Dirk for helping me, and in such a short period of time.
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