Quit Drinking With These Meditations For Alcoholism

Did you know you can use meditation for alcoholism? As someone who used to suffer from numerous addictions, trust me when I tell you: You can definitely use meditation to quit drinking. There are some powerful psychological exercises for alcoholism, and they have been proven to work. Before I quit every addiction simultaneously, I used to drink, smoke, watch adult videos... and I am certainly not proud of those things. Why do I tell you? Because if I can quit all those things with some simple exercises then so can you. My biggest regret in my entire life is that…

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Best Addiction Meditation Techniques To Stop Cravings

Before I started using meditation for addictions and cravings, I had serious problems with dependency.  Mindfulness and meditation gave me the keyws to overcome depensency and regain my health. And today I will teach you how to do that same thing. I’ll take you back a little while, and you tell me if this sounds familiar. There was a time in my life, when my mother-in-law died, when my life became incredibly hard. I felt depressed. I lost sleep. It was one of those bad times we all go through. Addictions hit me hard. I’ve never done any serious drugs.…

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How Mindfulness Helped Me in My Recovery

By definition, mindfulness is the state of being aware of your surroundings and environment. It should go without saying then, that when I was abusing drugs and alcohol, the last thing I was aware of was what was going on around me.  It took me a long time to break free from the chains of addiction, but I credit a dedication to mindfulness as one of the strongest factors that made it possible. I began a meditation practice, but I also tried to incorporate mindfulness into my everyday routine. Here are a few ways that it helped the most.  1.…

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I Quit Every Addiction. What Happened Next Shocked Me

Two weeks have past since I started quitting all addictions: drinking alcohol, smoking (nicotine), sugar, and caffeine.  It was on the 9th of August that my journey into madness began. That day, a brilliantly bright and hot Tuesday. That day was the day I: Finally quit cigarettes and nicotine because I found the best way to stop smoking (READ: Quiit Smoking Meditation). Beat my sugar addiction Stopped drinking alcohol drank Coca Cola for the last time  and gave up TV It was the painful beginning of my addition-free life. And yes, giving up drinking alcohol, smoking, nicotine and sugar at the…

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How To Increase Dopamine Naturally

If you want to take control of your brain, you have to know how to increaase dopamine naturally from sources that are natural and healthy. Supplements are one option (I've shared the best dopamine supplement below). But there are also ways to boost dopamine without supplements. The key is knowing the best natural sources of dopamine (here's a list). Once you know how to boost dopamine levels naturally you can take control of your energy levels and your motivation levels, and you can quit multiple addictions and beat cravings [READ: Meditation For Cravings And Addictions]. It all comes down to your ability…

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How To Use Meditation To Quit Smoking Forever

Today I am going to show you how to use meditation to quit smoking forever.  No more relapsing. No more "I'll have just one more..." As a meditation teacher many people ask me about using meditation to quit smoking. And I tell them all the same thing. Meditation is the best way to stop smoking. There are specific meditations for smoking cessation, and these can help you to stop addictions and cravings and to make sure you never go back to smoking ever again. (You can also quit drinking with meditation too) First though, here's the hard truth of it. If you…

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When You See These Benefits Of Giving Up TV You’ll Never Watch Again

There are so many benefits of giving up TV for a year. Turning off the box is a complete life-changer. Even just stopping watching the news will massively benefit you.  In 2019, screen addiction is at an all time high. Between our constant use of cellphones, our "Always On" society, and yes, TV, we spend an astronomical amount of time looking at a screen.The average family spends more than seven hours and fifty minutes looking at a TV.   It's not just about the time you spend watching TV though. What matters far more is the effect that all this screen time has…

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