Breaking the Circle of Addiction

Drop any painful self-destructive behavior by learning to quietly ask yourself just one powerful, self-awakening question. Find that question at the beginning of this eCourse, and answer it with new wisdom when asked again at the end. Plus, meet the addictive nature at the heart of all self-compromising behavior, and discover how to break free. Special bonus: 17-page PDF transcript of the talks.

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Experience New Control in Your Life as You . . .

Break the Circle of Addiction

Is it really possible to drop any painful self-destructive behavior by learning to quietly ask yourself just one powerful, self-awakening question?

The answer is “yes!”

But first we have to understand something about why we feel driven to do things we know will only hurt us – and that afterwards fill us with regret.

A little farther down you’ll learn how you can start gaining new control over your life, but first, let’s look deeper into the problem.

We often associate being out of control with a physical addiction to a drug, to drink, to food – even caffeine.

Maybe you don’t have a physical addiction like that, so you think you’re free – or that you don’t have an addictive nature.

But even though we may not be driven by a physical addiction, that doesn’t mean we aren’t being compromised by self-harming forces that lead us to do things we don’t want to do, and know we shouldn’t.

The Addictive Nature Takes Many Forms.
Does One of These Describe You?

In addition to physical addictions, there are countless other types.

Obsessive thinking is an addiction that causes us to imagine things about events or people that just aren’t true. It leads us to make mountains out of molehills. It distracts us during the day and keeps us from sleeping at night.

The need for others’ approval is an addiction that harms our relationships. It prevents us from living as we want because we feel compelled to mold ourselves to others’ expectations of us. Which never works, does it? We never feel fully secure.

Wanting to see ourselves as being perfect is an addiction where we constantly compare and judge ourselves with regard to other people – and we always come up short and hate ourselves for it.

Judging others is an addiction where we set ourselves apart from people without compassion or true understanding, and we always end up suffering the sting of it because it always starts with self-judgment.

I could go on and on.

The point is, all these characteristics may look different on the surface. But they all stem from the same thing: an addictive nature that feels incomplete and is always trying to fill itself with more of what has never worked in the past.

We’re always left feeling dissatisfied, regretful, and yet primed to repeat the same behavior again and again.

Why Have We Never Seen This Before?
And How Can We Break Free?

We've never seen it before because the addictive nature doesn’t want to be unmasked. So it hides itself from us by speaking to us in our own voice.

It promises that this time it will turn out different. And it threatens us that we have no alternative but to do as it says.

So how do we break free?

Fortunately, you will find a full description of the process in Guy Finley’s life-changing eCourse, Breaking the Circle of Addiction.

In five enlightening sessions you will be introduced to the true cause of addiction. That understanding is the first step to being able to walk away from it. And you will be given a special exercise to work with that can help you stay present when powerful urges wash over so you’re not so easily carried off.

Here are just some of the life-liberating facts you will learn:

* Meet the part of yourself waiting to realize an authority that already lives, unrecognized, within you

* How to embrace true principles that bring you new powers

* How to awaken the need for a new will

* Why we keep doing things that torment us

* The new self-knowledge that frees us from useless fight or flight reactions

* How to step out of the circle of pain

* Meet the dark part of you that tells you what to do, and then despises you for doing it

* How to use what you’ve learned in this Course to begin being true to yourself

* The key to transcending the addictive nature

Stop Being a Victim of Unconscious Forces

The addictive nature has the upper hand for now. But that’s not the natural order of things, which is why, with the right knowledge and effort we can begin to take back control.

You don’t have to remain a slave of a lower will. Align yourself with the higher will that truly cares for your health and happiness. Learn how in Breaking the Circle of Addiction.

At the end of this eCourse Guy Finley says, “Practice what you understand, and I can promise you that the truth you see and understand will release you from whatever has been setting you against yourself.”

Let that promise come true for you. Find the directions you need to do it in Breaking the Circle of Addiction.

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Table of Contents

Session One: Tap Into the Power of True Self .............................................. 3

Session Two: Awakening the Need for a New Will ....................................... 5

Session Three: No More Fight or Flight Reactions ....................................... 8

Session Four: Step Out of the Circle of Pain ............................................... 11

Session Five: Being Whole Is Being Free....................................................  14

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