Updated: Jan 27
Drug addiction is usually caused when something in a person’s life is too painful to think about.
When I am attempting to help someone get rid of an addiction, I start by using “Soul Recognition” because this helps to get the Soul connected to the body so the healing can take place.
Then I ask for Traumatic Stress Resolution and Grief Recovery Resolution to assist in getting their energy clear and give them some peace in their thoughts.
I find that a lot of addicts have lost friends to suicide so I use the speed call “Resolution of Murder” to help transcend any energy that might be lingering and reminding my client of the past.
We can also attempt to resolve the addiction by asking to resolve the reasons for the addiction.
I, ________ place, ________ into a Full Court of Atonement for the purpose of Soul Recognition, Traumatic Stress Resolution and Resolution of murder. I ask to resolve any and all reasons, ________ feels the need to, ________. (take drugs, drink, gamble, have sex. use substances). There are lots of addictions, but the root is almost always the need to escape their thoughts.
If you know of any traumas, or traumatic losses the person has endured, loss of job, loss of a relative, lover, home… etc. You can use the Standard FCOA to resolve those issues.
In the statement below, use the name of the addict and then name what they lost in the second space.
I, ________ place, ________ into a Full Court of Atonement with, ________ I ask to analyze their timelines and resolve any and all conflicts between them at their points of origin.
One of my clients didn’t see results. I asked my guides why they didn’t see results and I was told, “Because they need to learn how to love unconditionally.”
I get that, this is a hard thing to do. So here are a couple of FCOA’s to help pave the way.
I, ________, place myself, ________, into a Full Court of Atonement with myself, ________. I bring in each and every level of my consciousness, God, and my Guides for the purpose of analyzing my timeline and recognizing where I have been judgmental and harsh instead of considerate. I ask to create openness and willingness to understand why people do what they do and accept their reasons.
I, ________, place myself, ________, into a Full Court of Atonement with ________ I ask to analyze our timelines and resolve any and all conflicts between us. I apologize for judging you for your choices. I ask to be pardoned for my mistakes.
I would also recommend that we work on the way we feel about their behavior. Use the worksheet in Work on Ourselves First, to help release the energy that holds the addiction in place.
PS Hoarding is also an addiction, those who have had traumatic losses feel pain at the thought of letting go of anything. These people, keep everything and buy more and more trying to fill the emptiness created by the loss of their loved ones.
Those who hoard broken objects have endured the tragic loss of a loved one who they could not save. Anything broken fills them with a burning desire to keep it and fix it. So they keep broken things forever intending to someday repair them.
Use the above statements to try to help those who you see are hoarding.