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Most Addictions Are Obvious -- But Many Are Hidden Behind Walls of Denial

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I Dreamed I Was Human

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Almost without exception -- all of us are addicted to something.  You may say, "Not me!  I have no dependency on alcohol or drugs... I don't overeat or smoke... I have no issues with gambling or overindulgence in sex, so how could I be an addict?"

In fact, most of us have at least one addiction, whether we know it or not.  The reason we may not know we are an addict is that the definition of addiction is really way too narrow in scope.  I believe that anything we are dependent on to give us a payoff is a form of addiction. The ego knows no boundaries in creating all kinds of addictions because the world of physical senses is the ego's playground.

On the program I will explain the many ways we create our addictions and I will offer some solutions to overcome them.  And also -- I'll tell you about my own personal addiction that nearly killed me.

And don't forget...if you have a dream you would like me to interpret, please call in during the show.

 

To learn more about Carolyn go to: awakeningyou.com  --  and to buy her book, I Dreamed I Was Human: Awakening from the Illusion, go to Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble online.

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