by Lee Carroll via email
Kryon answers your questions…
“Dear Kryon: I am a healer/alternative therapist, and I need to know, what is the best way to help people with addictions and compulsive behaviors?”
Addictions and compulsive behavior are a result of more than just psychological disorders and/or chemical imbalance. They are a way for the biological self to distract a Human from completing what it came here for, spiritually.
It is also given as a test or challenge. If you work with addicted Humans, then I don’t have to tell you the frustration they feel. They absolutely know what they are doing, yet they can’t communicate with their cellular structure enough to stop.
The main part of this struggle is the one where biology builds a “wall of addiction or compulsive behavior” so that the Human does NOT have to make the decision they came here for.
Worse, sometimes this activity is actually designed to kill them quicker!
Many of these precious souls are very spiritual. Did you notice? They are “on the edge” of complete knowledge but just can’t seem to “go there.”
What to do? Your work as a healer is to help them over this hump of fear.
They can’t stop smoking… or eating… or sexual desire… or drugs. These are all classic Human biological ploys that are part of the “seed fear” of enlightenment.
Clearing fear is the answer… fear that perhaps this time, they won’t suffer and go through torture because they accept the information of the Higher-self. Many are unconsciously fearful of moving into a spiritual experience.
Even those who are healers… channelers… and ministers will also experience this! They don’t want to “go all the way,” since the last time they did this, they died horribly.
So, healer, help them to begin talking to their cellular structure in ways that will relax the fear of spiritual information and action.
The more they can love themselves, the less they will rely on outside stimulus for their peace. The more they can drop this very real fear of theirs, the less they will need their addictions.
Behavior will modify, and the addiction will eventually drop away. Meditation is also part of the key to this… real meditation, with intent and motivation.
Finally, self-worth is the real issue (same as loving themselves). When this is settled, then the addictions begin to diminish and go away.