#13 Hindsight & Foresight

In the greater scheme of things, the stories we hear have the potential to hold a lot of meaning. Provided we are diligent and willing to look a little below the surface, the past holds information that is relevant to us today. Hindsight…

Problems with Food and Sex Addiction

Problems with food and sex addiction, whether primary or secondary, can be a real challenge!

#12 Physical & Emotional Comfort

  The way we approach our physical comfort and the way we approach our emotional comfort are remarkably similar. When things get a bit uncomfortable, we try our very best to avoid them. This can be a surprisingly unhelpful idea. Comfort…

ENABLING BEHAVIOR IN ADDICTION

ENABLING BEHAVIOR IN ADDICTION Dilemma:         “I am the mother of a thirty year old son who is abusing drugs and alcohol. He has been hospitalized and detoxed once and has been through an excellent drug rehab program. However,…

#11 Anxiety and Stress Origins

Seeing Is Believing For thousands for years people have been misinterpreting what is in front of their eyes and then insisting that everyone believes what they do and should do things their way. With all the arrogance and misinformation prevalent…

#10 Morphic Resonance and The Empire

  Is it even possible to identify Morfic Resonance? Something that can or cannot be seen, depending on your perspective? Certainly something that is important to any person who wonders why they behave the way they do and do the things…

#9 Fight My Dis-ease?

Fight My Dis-ease? Few of us are fooled by the smiley, false teeth brigade. Who like to lead us into believing things have just fallen into place for them? That if we just do it their way, we to can obtain Nirvana. Recovery requires our dedication.…

Marijuana Myths and Misconceptions

Given that this is currently such a hot button topic it seemed an appropriate time to address some of the Marijuana myths and misconceptions. In the last week the Constitutional Court of South Africa made a monumental decision. It was decided…

#8 Time as a Measurement of Sanity

  Time as a Measurement of Sanity In 1972 two scientists set out to establish if time, measured at a stationary point, would have the same value as time measured in motion. They set up a Cesium Beam atomic clock on an airplane and…

#7 Artificial Intelligence and Addictive Thinking

Artificial Intelligence and Addictive Thinking Hi and thanks for listening to this podcast. In this episode I talk about Artificial Intelligence and how much of an influence it has on our live already. There are stark comparisons with how…