Abundance Practitioner Discovers A Way To Beat Nicotine Addiction

Prisoner Of Addiction

Hey

Reinhardt here and I want to tell you a quick story.

I am happy and grateful now because I’m writing to you. I’m delighted and thankful for the opportunity to be alive, to be blessed with clothes, food, a roof over my head, and the love of my life.

Above all, I’m happy and grateful to be FREE from the addiction to nicotine. I’m no longer a slave to something which does nothing for you but cost you money, ruin your health and keeps you in chains.

It’s been a little over a week since I had my last cigarette, and I am so relieved.

I am FREE.

It’s hard to explain to those who have been fortunate never to get hooked on cigarettes but then, some can be addicted to eating, to gambling, to sex, and bad decisions. The list goes on.

Addiction is what keeps you from being free to live the life you deserve. It makes you depend on something or somebody.

It’s like being a two-day-old baby who is helplessly dependant.

And who likes to be helpless?

I suppose some likes the attention they get from being helpless. They are addicted to being victims in life. They are dependant on other peoples’ compassion, attention, and energy.

These ‘victims’ are nothing more than parasites.

Yet, they are suffering like any other addict. They are helplessly dependant.

It’s only now, after I’ve escaped the nicotine prison camp, and I am no longer dependant on cigarettes that I see this addiction business in a whole new light.

Addiction bogs you down. It cripples you. Addiction carries a whole set of false and limiting beliefs which keeps you from living an abundant life.

How do you get FREE, you may ask?

It starts with realising and admitting to yourself that you have an addiction and that you’re not happy with your circumstances.

Once you decide to break free, the way will present itself.

It doesn’t mean it will happen overnight, but it is guaranteed to happen.

I struggled with my nicotine addiction for 19 years, and for the last 15 years, I’ve been asking to break free.

What is your addiction that keeps you from living a life filled with an abundance of health, wealth, and happiness?

Best wishes,

Reinhardt

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