WHAT’S WRONG WITH ALCOHOL?
We are each born with a naked, innocent mind, complete and whole, with a purpose to be. Then the world, through our experiences, fills our mind with beliefs, both useful and not so useful. For many of us, alcohol becomes an unhealthy coping crutch to deal with the negative feelings, thoughts and beliefs in our life.
The addictive nature of alcohol can keep us trapped in a destructive cycle where alcohol controls our life. In order to live happy and purpose-filled lives, it’s necessary to address those beliefs and thoughts—directly and honestly. Change is possible. But no matter our background or how brutal our life experiences, we are the only ones that can make those changes. No one else can do it for us.
This naked mind
I tried a lot of different approaches to break the hold that alcohol had on my life. Then I discovered This Naked Mind. By learning about the psychological and neurological reasons behind drinking, we can gradually reset our brains to a time before we depended on alcohol. This Naked Mind methodology works—at least it worked for me—and I want to share it with others.
For some people, drinking less is a valuable goal. However, there is no daily minimum requirement for alcohol. It’s not good for our physical health and I know that it is not good for my mental health. With the practices I learned from This Naked Mind, I’m alcohol free.
I never knew that I had so much power
I have lived my life as a victim of beliefs that weren’t true. Now that I am beginning to see that we have the power to change our thoughts, beliefs and behaviors, I really want to share that knowledge with others.
I believe that the world is driven by corporate greed, control, and manipulation instead of generosity, empowerment, and compassion. I do believe that each of us has a goodness within us that just wants to connect and be heard and loved.
I believe that our children are influenced too much by advertising that leads them to believe that they are missing something or not enough just for being themselves. And parents have learned that same lesson—that happiness is found in something external—outside themselves.
I do not believe that government or most institutions have our best interests in mind when they make decisions. Alcohol is pushed on us as a safe and acceptable way to make our lives better, more meaningful, all with the sole intention of making money.
I have learned to value my freedom from alcohol. I want to share that with you. If you are ready to gain that power for yourself, book a free discovery call with me. In 30 minutes, we can determine whether my coaching will be a good fit for your life.