Addiction

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Surrender

Each day, constantly strive to take as many right actions as possible. Then in the evening you will have a positive attitude as you go to sleep and dream.

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Emotional Liberation

Some find healing by changing their behavior and devoting their lives to service work, doing good and positive things.

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Addiction & Recovering Feelings

We human beings will naturally become addicted to anything that makes us feel good. But our addictions become a problem when they are self-destructive or destructive to the world.

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Feeling

In order for a person to become mentally healthy they have to participate in the process of healing. It is ultimately up to us to take the initiative to help ourselves. When we do so, we can go out and look for others to help us. And we can look outside of ourselves to things such as philosophy and religion to lift us up.

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Addiction

A deep-seated desire to promote our own growth and outgrow specific behaviors, combined with a bottom of some kind, could lead to the exact moment when a person is ready to surrender a dependency or addiction that doesn’t serve them.

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Be Careful of the Word Addiction

Some people with substance abuse problems may feel as if they’re without hope when they think of themselves as addicts rather than as people with dependencies that they have the power to break.

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What is Addiction?

Addiction is one end of a spectrum of possible ways of thinking. The other end of that spectrum is quite simply pure awakening, enlightenment, clarity, and complete happiness. This doesn’t mean that one has to achieve a perfect state of mind in order to be free of addiction. But when you understand the spectrum from addiction to enlightenment, then you can determine where you are on the scale.

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Quit Smoking Now and Forever

You will have to surrender and surrender over and over again throughout your life – especially if you feel tempted to relapse.

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Primary Addictions

Processed sugar is extremely addictive. The craving for processed sugar can be extremely overwhelming.