The difference that a statement can make in the life of a man, woman, or child is nothing short of phenomenal.

Change your mind - change your life!

Addiction Recovery

Addiction recovery is possible. It might not seem like it when you're craving, when you're at the bottom of the barrel, when you're at the end of your rope. The only time it is not possible is when you are dead.

Don't wait till the dark angel is knocking on your door to start your recovery program. Do it right now, you only have today, so do it today!

Addiction to any substance is created over a period of time by choosing to use. The consequence of sustained substance abuse is addiction. It also means that your brain's physical structure and the way it works has changed in ways that can persist long after using stops.

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The question you have to ask yourself is why did you start using to begin with? A thinking disorder is usually present in the mind of an addict. Dealing with the thought processes is a critical part of recovery.

Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism.

- Carl Jung


The time has come to tell yourself that your self medicating program is not working. Life was not meant to be lived in a substance induced haze.

The Prize Fight

Affirmations for radical success in addiction recovery can help you along the way. But know this -- affirmations are NOT the same as willpower. Setting up your willpower against a chemically altered brain is the same as setting up a title match between..

Pee Wee Herman
Hulk Hogan

Guess who is going to win? Here's a clue -- it won't be your willpower.

Choose now

Addiction begins with choosing to use, recovery begins the same way -- choose to quit. Addicts must take responsibility for their recovery. Own it. Having a self-inflicted brain disease does not absolve you of your behaviour.

The physical part of addiction recovery is not very important. The harsh withdrawal symptoms of drugs and alcohol addiction can be managed with appropriate medications.

The important thing

What is important is dealing with the compulsion, the craving, that happens even when you know you're going to destroy yourself.

Can affirmations help? Yes, they can. Science is proving that when you change your mind, your brain physically changes too. The effects of long term substance abuse can be overcome.

So how do you deal with addiction? What should your first approach to addiction recovery be?

Addiction exists totally in your mind -- it is the result of your thoughts, compounded by altered brain chemistry and nothing else. To begin to overcome the cravings of addiction you absolutely must change your thoughts.

The fastest and most effective method to change your thoughts is by using affirmations. Affirmations combined with brainwave entrainment. Entrainment will put your mind into a receptive state and affirmations will inject healing, calming thoughts into your subconscious mind.

The result will be recovery from addiction without the need for pills, endless recovery meetings, or any other dependency. Do you want relief from your addiction? Do you want your life back again? Include affirmations in your addiction recovery routine.

Take the plunge -- try affirmations with entrainment.
Enjoy radical success in recovery from addiction.



The material on this page is for information only and is not advice. Readers need to assess whether any information found is suitable for their own particular circumstances.

This page is not meant to replace professional help in dealing with an addiction. Readers who think they might have an addiction problem should seek help from a qualified physician, health care professional, or licensed addiction treatment professional particularly to deal with withdrawal.

Those experiencing extreme mental stress should consult a qualified health care professional right away.

Readers who seek to abstain entirely from drugs and / or alcohol should check first with a qualified health care professional due to the risk of serious, life-threatening, withdrawal symptoms.

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