How Does This Happen? Drinking, Drugging, and All Addictions

Drinking, drugging, smoking, overeating. Baffling, right? Something has gone horribly wrong. Just 5 ½ minutes into this video you will finally, once and for all understand exactly how it’s happened. If you or anyone you love has a problem with alcohol, drugs or any addiction to anything, now you’re finally going to get it.

Let Go

Whenever stressed by the thinking inside of our head, we are tempted to struggle. We become sucked into a mental battle that brings even more stress and struggling. “Letting go” is something we hear all the time. But how is it done? Let’s talk about letting go... for real. Not only can it be done – it must be done in order to live peacefully.

The Real Cause of Anxiety

No one likes to feel anxious, but the discomfort serves a good purpose. It’s a symptom of something gone wrong – that something is broken. Drinking, eating, sex, antidepressants, smoking – these all are ways to remove the symptoms while leaving the cause totally unaddressed. Without having met and dealt with the spiritual cause of anxiety, then whatever is wrong and remains wrong.

Master Resentment

It is possible to get completely free from anger and live unscathed by the humanly degrading stress of emotions to which so many have become accustomed. Immunity to resentment is something we all must discover in this lifetime — or else fail at human existence.

What is the Role of Emotions?

Problems with alcohol, drugs, nicotine, food . . . smoking, overeating, drinking, porn addiction, whatever it is, the inability to stop is not due to a lack of willpower. It isn’t psychological. There’s no therapy for addictions that can supply a permanent solution. It goes to being emotional.

Smokers are Not Real People

Like other commonly abused drugs, nicotine acts as an anesthetic. It is a biochemical means to dull the pain of conscience stemming from unrecognized resentment and suppressed anger. All nicotine addicts numb the pain of guilty conscience associated with inhibited anger.