a take on addiction you likely have not heard before. the blessing-and-curse spheric energy is alive and real. mostly the blessing part
© Healing Elaine®, 2016
I see and treat a lot of people with addictions. not always substance or drug addictions but also addictions to gambling, eating, sex, and so on. whilst I have not personally, myself, experienced one of those addictions, I would say that my addiction was to understanding. to knowledge. to analysis. to FEELING BETTER through KNOWING.
every time we pursue an addiction, we are seeking connection to source energy. if you haven’t noticed, we are more than physical matter. we are 3d, 4d, 5d and beyond. we get our technology from beyond. source energy is all that feeds life. it creates life. in its purest form, it feels like ecstasy. it feels like unencumbered peace. orgasm. when we achieve this state through a third party activity or focus, and it encompasses us to the point where we fear never reaching that state again because it feels like breathing, we are addicted to the idea that we cannot get there ON OUR OWN. and, since the natural process to reaching that path on our own would have to – for ANYBODY – be an actual spiritual awakening, that path is robbed (but also spawned!) by said substance or activity. and the labyrinth through which we inevitably have to meander without bartering with the universe becomes foggier. it gets put on “hold” when we are in an addiction. but that labyrinth is, no matter what, the ONLY route. it is the honest route. the made route. the route with staying power of integrity. because we have done the work and earned being there, unlike visiting via the shortcut. when our addiction creates a shortcut, the natural path is eclipsed. hidden. in this case, our spiritual awakening becomes that much harder than if the addiction were not in place. YET, the victory of the awakening also becomes magnified. the pain is relevant to the imminent pleasure. it’s really all relevant. but for the purpose of this eBooklet, I want to focus on the beauty and gifts that addiction can bring.