To Break Addiction, Fill the Void
“Addiction has its roots in feeling the need to find balance, to seek peace, comfort or excitement that somehow isn't present in a life."
As someone who has helped countless people overcome destructive habits, Stephen Quinn believes that addiction comes from the need to fill a void, and breaking an addiction requires filling that void with new possibilities.
“Addiction has its roots in feeling the need to find balance, to seek peace, comfort or excitement that somehow isn't present in a life,” he says. “A substance or behavior becomes a replacement for a true connection with the vitalities of life. And then it simply becomes a habit, often very hard to change. When a person comes in contact with a spiritual potency, they often change in an instant.”
This is because some internal calculation happens, something deeper than the conscious mind, he says.
“Maybe it's the brain, or maybe it's the soul, that makes the calculation that the addiction is no longer needed. A whole new set of options is revealed. The life has now met something very much higher that shows a whole new way is possible.”
The treatments he offers through Quit with Quinn amount to just such a "meeting" with spiritual healing energies, he says. The client’s life gets a reset, much like a computer that gets a reboot and all the necessary updates.
“And it doesn’t involve changing your philosophy—it’s deeper and more simple than that,” he says. “About 80 percent of people succeed with this method, and this seems to be the reason why. It's not just willpower, though that's needed. It's not just physical or mental. The healing goes right to the core energy balances of a life, cleaning and clearing out the energies of addictive patterns, and opening a whole new panorama of possibility.”
For more info, contact Stephen Quinn at 914.473.2015 or visit QuitWithQuinn.com.