Thursday 29 December 2011 – Addictions

I recently heard a wonderful analogy by Mr Neale Donald Walsch regarding addiction. We have addictions and we have preferences, but how do we know when we are addicted to an object, a person, a feeling or an experience in any capacity? If we remove the experience from our lives and then pass through deep emotional and psychological discomfort for extended periods of time we then know we have an addiction. If our behaviours, attitudes, values and actions change both inwardly and outwardly in a drastic and perhaps hurtful manner we may then have addictions. It is of more benefit to have preferences over addictions. This way we are not attached to what we perceive to be our reality. As anything is possible so is the possibility of a reality as we know it changing very quickly. If we believe in preferences and accept, understand and have a greater awareness of the way life operates then we pass through this life with a much greater ease… SS.

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One Response to Thursday 29 December 2011 – Addictions

  1. I love this subject matter, and the subject of your whole blog. Thanks for the positive thoughts.

    Mollie

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