Addiction ~ Empathic Mystic Online Tarot – UnificationNow

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11 thoughts on “Addiction ~ Empathic Mystic Online Tarot – UnificationNow

  1. I just want to say that I am a new viewer of your videos. I watched 2 today: this one and the one on codependency. Great work. You’re very thorough and comprehensive.
    By the way, what is the basis of the power or insight that tarot cards possess? I understand a bit about astrology but I have no clue why I should believe in the power of tarot carts. Im not saying this to challenge or criticize their validity. Im just an inquiring because I know nothing about them.

  2. if you are a lesbian and an addict for line dancing just let it out and be known, all friends here ! 🙂

  3. I would have to say I know what she is talking about here on a quite personal level. This stuff can be very dangerous at times even if its not chemical in nature. Which for me it isnt but the stuffed emotions can hurt you on a phyiscal level so dont ignore these things face them!

  4. Everything is an addiction. It’s in our DNA, that’s the reason we are here, we have the lust for life, love, food, sex, any sort of pleasure. Otherwise we’d just kill ourselves when things weren’t going our way.

  5. I think it’s possible. I think self-criticism may be an addiction, especially in front of other people.

  6. What is required to stop addiction is mindfulness. The hardest addictions to break are the ones that we act out unconsciously. We need to have the presence of mind to intervene on behalf of ourselves to break the negative schema process – a vicious cycle. Part of the human condition is being riddled with schemas and addictions, and learning how to develop the mindfulness necessary to rid yourself of them. With mindfulness it only requires a gentle push to change.

  7. I have to disagree with you somewhat here. Some addictions may be framed as a mode of escape from painful truths, but not all addictions start that way or continue that way. An addition is simply a means of short term gratification that does not consider longer term consequences. Certainly many of our habits are formed before we understand longer term consequences or believe that they will apply to us. Addiction can be quite spontaneous.

  8. One who seeks a healthy reality, allows that hope leads the spirit, trust leads the heart, reason leads the mind, action leads the body while evidence draws the being…

  9. it’s amazing what anyof us can be addicted to and not know it. i think i have an addiction to the new honeyroasted peanutbutter that’s out in stores now.

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