Addiction Resources

The following Addiction Resources have been of tremendous value to my clients. 

Alcoholics Anonymous

https://www.aa.org

Alcoholics Anonymous is a global fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem.

Narcotics Anonymous

https://na.org

Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs is a major problem. They use a traditional 12-step model developed for people with varied substance abuse issues.

Celebrate Recovery

https://www.celebraterecovery.com

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction.

Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling your life.

Abraham – Hicks
Addiction Resources

https://www.abraham-hicks.com

Abraham-Hicks has a lot of YouTube videos
on the topic of addictions.

Go to YouTube.com and do a search on “Abraham Hicks addiction.” Here is one to get you started.

Teal Swan
Addiction Resources

https://tealswan.com

Go to YouTube.com and do a search on “Teal Swan addiction.” Here is one to get you started.

Hungry Ghosts Book Cover: Addiction Resource

Hungry Ghosts blends first-person accounts, riveting case studies, cutting-edge research and passionate argument.  It takes a panoramic yet highly intimate look at this widespread and perplexing human ailment.

Seven Weeks to Sobriety book cover: Addiction Resource

Safe, fast, long-lasting and cheaper than prescription drugs or psychotherapy, Seven Weeks will help you find balance and well-being.

Depression Free Naturally Book Cover: Addiction Resource

Depression Free will help you recognize biochemical imbalances and find emotional well-being through proven all-natural formulas.

Refuge Recovery Book Cover

Buddha’s Four Noble Truths and Eight Fold Path adapted into a proven approach to recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. An alternative to the 12-step program.

Recover Dharma book cover

In the Buddhist tradition, “Dharma” means “truth,” or “the way things are.” This book describes a way to free ourselves from the suffering of addiction using Buddhist practices and principles.

Spiritual Science Research Foundation

https://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/spiritual-problems/addictions

Unknown to modern science, spiritual research indicates 40% of the causes of addictions are due to ghosts or departed ancestors.

A three-step spiritual treatment program is suggested by SSRF that helps to combat negative energies. Spiritual healing measures also help to reduce the intensity of withdrawal symptoms.

It is important to remember that prevention is better that cure. Spiritual healing measures and practice acts as a protection from entities so they cannot possess and take advantage of us.

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