Discover A New Paradigm in Addiction Recovery
Unlock Your Subconscious Mind
The Subconscious Mind is the storehouse of our memories, beliefs, and perceptions. It is where trauma and pain live from birth. At a deeper level, addiction often becomes one’s shield from such early trauma.
Addressing a Deeper Level
It’s necessary to address the pain (fueling self-destructive behavior) on that deeper level. Doing so will resolve its crippling effect (addiction).
The Myth of Willpower
Have you tried breaking your addiction before with little or no success? If so, it’s likely because you believed it’s all about willpower.
Some coping skills and strategies may work for a while. But if they rely on your willpower to execute, it’s almost impossible to do. That’s because our will is a “short-term agency” of the conscious mind.
A perfect example of what this means is New Year’s Resolutions. Have you tried making one before? If so, this may be familiar. You set up your mind to do something only to find yourself failing and back at square one, i.e., relapses.
A Deeper Form of Intervention
Therapy does not address our self-concept. This is why it can be difficult for us to change our behavior. Your self-concept is what you believe about yourself to be true. For significant and lasting change, you must alter your view of your “self.” You can do this only in the realm of the Subconscious Mind. It requires the proper method, which is a deeper form of intervention.