Addictions don't have to paralyze

 

Our biggest obstacle, individually and collectively, is our addiction to our ego. This addiction prevents us from shifting our self-identity. The founders of Alcoholics Anonymous understood this; that’s why the foundation of the Twelve Steps is built on:

Step 1: We admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable.

Step 2: Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity, and

Step 3: Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.

It is a blessing when an alcoholic or drug addict hits rock bottom, as he or she realizes that there is no future in addiction, just a shameful, regrettable, and guilt ridden past that keeps repeating itself over and over again; leaving them stuck on the Relapse Roller Coaster Ride. AA literature states that alcoholics who are motivated to change and are willing to “go to any lengths to find a spiritual experience.” Those of us that aren’t alcoholics are not as strongly motivated. We feel as though with a few changes we can fix ourselves or our circumstances and our lives will be better, but that is no different than the delusional thinking of an alcoholic or drug addict. As long as we are striving to fix our ego we will never recover from the delusion that we are nothing more than our ego.

The key to making a shift away from our ego is the same whether you are addicted to a substance or to your ego. It is the “vital spiritual experience” referred to in the book Alcoholics Anonymous. “We have found much of heaven and we have been rocketed into a fourth (spiritual) dimension of existence of which we have not even dreamed. We have had deep and effective spiritual experiences which have revolutionized our whole attitude toward life, toward our fellows and toward God’s universe.”

Would you like to have a deep and effective spiritual experience that will revolutionize your whole attitude toward life, toward your fellows, and toward God? That is the purpose of the BodySound technology.