Break Addictions with Mindfulness
We all are addicted to something. For me, I like to work. I work a lot. Work gives me a feeling of achievement. I also know my work benefits the Healing Place’s clients, readers, and subscribers to the Healing Place’s social media platform.
The feeling I get is fulfillment and living my life purpose.
There are good addictions and bad ones. Positive habits generate a fulfilling feeling with flowing energy, while harmful addictions often cause feelings of guilt and shame, filled with dense and heavy energy.
Six Ways of Breaking Addictions with Mindfulness
Mindful Action Plan
- Upon awakening, verbally express what you are grateful for
- Next, set an intention and tone for the day by voicing your desires, either quietly or out loud
- Instead of over scheduling, decide what are your top three tasks and any else you can do is a bonus, or leave it for the next day
- Always know that you are doing your best
Treat Yourself with Kindness
Don’t beat yourself up for the tasks that you couldn’t get to. This is when you give yourself acceptance with where you are in the moment. Acceptance is another way of giving yourself grace without judgment and guilt; this is the best love you can give to yourself.
About the Writer
Helen Chin Lui, is a Certified Reflexologist, Certified Energy Medicine Practitioner and Reiki Master. She is the owner of the Healing Place LLC and Healing Place Energy School LLC in Medfield, MA. Helen specializes in helping people to find relief from digestive disorders, chronic pain, and balance hormones naturally. To schedule a free consultation, call 508 359-6463 or schedule at www.healingplacemedfield.com
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