Oxycontin Addiction Help MP3 Download: This self hypnosis overcoming oxycontin addiction process will use a hypnosis process called, “Taking the High Road”. You will see yourself at a fork in the road of your life. You will go down the low road and see how this addiction is destroying your life. Then you will go back to the fork in the road and take the high road. There are suggestions for working with support groups, medical professionals and having a sponsor.
This oxycontin addiction help audio recording was professionally created by Kerie Logan at Empowered Within.
It is recommended to listen to this oxycontin addiction help mp3 download for 30-days, everyday for the best results.
Testimonial from Coby Gordon, MD ([email protected]) – December 2008
“ Dear Kerie, I thank you with all my heart for the amazingly effective CD’s you’ve developed for overcoming addictions.
I’m a 48 year old mother who has struggled with addiction for most of my life. I wanted so badly to change and recover and tried truly every resource I could think of, with no success despite knowing I was hitting absolute rock bottom and hurting my family as well. It’s an extraordinarily difficult challenge, to say the very least.
I stumbled across your website and decided to try your guided self-hypnosis almost as a last resort. I really didn’t expect much, because so many other efforts hadn’t helped. But Kerie, it’s what finally changed and saved my life. Since listening to your CDs, my physical and mental urges to abuse drugs are vastly diminished. What few little struggles I still have are quickly erased when I listen to them again. What you provide is an amazing (almost “easy”!) way to “re-program” your thoughts and gather the strength to make it through to one’s goals, based on your astounding skills and caring guidance. It’s helped me focus, remain positive, and much much more…I’ve not only conquered my addiction, but feel open to growing and bettering myself in many more ways. I’m looking forward to using more of your products on other topics as well!
Thank you again. Small words for such a huge gift, Kerie — the gift of a happy, healthy life now, finally, for myself and those I love and who love me. I so encourage others, who may be struggling themselves as well, to try your CDs. THEY WORK. I even invite anyone to contact me personally if they’d like more feedback. You’re a blessing that needs to be shared!!! You were right there for me during the most important time of my life and I continue to enjoy and appreciate your support.
All the best,
Testimonial from C.Gordon (Knoxville, TN) – October 2007
“I am beyond happy to report that I no longer need Oxycontin, thanks in large part to the help that you’ve given me! Hypnosis/self-hypnosis is such a powerful tool — kind of like visualization, meditation, affirmation all rolled into one — I continue to listen to your CDs, as this helps “seat” things into place. I still have down days, where I don’t feel well emotionally or physically — it will take time still, I’d imagine, for things to really become a new part of me, and the now-familiar sound of your soothing voice always helps. I’ve referred many people to your services and hope you know what a positive impact your work has in helping others. Thank you again, Kerie. From the bottom (and top and middle ) of my heart!”
What to expect when using your hypnosis for oxycontin addiction help mp3 at Empowered Within.
You will know when you have resolved the issue at hand. You will feel as though you are complete with certain sessions. At this point, simply continue with the sessions you feel you still need to focus on. Aversions will arise and just work through them. When you are trying to create a deep change within yourself, there may be issues that don’t easily release. Your commitment to your program is imperative to your success. If you stick with it and allow the changes to happen, you will see these issues start to release for you. Don’t make work of it; just allow it to unfold naturally. Relaxation and space repetition are the keys!
How Effective is Hypnosis?
A Comparison Study in American Health Magazine:
Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
Behavior Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
Hypnotherapy: 93% recovery after 10 sessions