How To Turn Off The ‘Addiction Switch’ - Permanently

Posted by on November 29, 2015 in Addictions, Depression, Self Esteem, Self-Image | 3 comments

How To Turn Off The ‘Addiction Switch’ - Permanently

Whether we're addicted to food, shopping, gambling, sex, recreational or prescription drugs, relationships, alcohol, computer games, work or sport or have any other form of compulsive behaviour, the underlying belief system is the same.

All addictions stem from 'negative beliefs' and come to control and ruin our lives and because we usually get addicted early and we come to believe ‘we can’t live, or that life is not worth living without it!'. Addictions start off as ‘obsessive feelings or cravings’. These feelings can come about in any number of ways.

If we come from a family where our needs were not met, (neglected, deprived). If we were bullied or rejected at school, (excluded, outcasts, misfits). If we were indoctrinated by advertising that we must have the very latest of everything, or we must look the way everybody else does, (techno and fashion victims).

shopping-addiction-654So, what's a teenager to do these days? With more spare money than ever before they can afford to buy junk food, shop ‘til they drop, booze, shoot up, do a line or smoke a joint.

What else is there for them to do with their money and abundance of energy? They can buy the latest computer games and sit transfixed for hours living ‘virtual lives’, in a made-up reality.

This is great news for the multinationals who make billions of dollars out of our addictions, but dreadful for our children.

Of course the problem with becoming addicted when we're young is that it generally means we're stuck with it for many years, sometimes a lifetime.

Some of us are lucky or tough enough to break the habit on our own, or with some help, but these days most of our addictions are continually in our face on television.

Your favourite shoes, that beer you love, the Big Mac - with fries & Coke - and, “wouldn't it be great if the world were chocolate!”

And there's dozens of TV programmes about alcohol and drug taking and drug pushing. If you want to learn how to take drugs just turn on the television or log onto the internet, it’s all there in graphic detail.

For bulimia and anorexia sufferers there are the hundreds of TV shows and fashion magazines where stick-thin actresses and models display their twig-like arms and knees, wearing designer clothes that only the rich can afford, and the reality shows on how to be the latest supermodel.

How can we break the hold on these addictions if they're constantly and consistently pushed down our throats, implying us that we are 'not good enough as we are' that we 'must have' more and more and more!

Most of the stuff advertised is designed with a four week shelf life to give us a ‘quick fix’. After a then it’s superseded and old and if we don't have the latest Wii, sneakers, fashion labels or iPod, well then we believe, 'we are nothing'.

The other problem is that once caught up in our addiction we like it so much we don't want to stop it, even if we hate ourselves for it, or until they become life-threatening, or lead us to behave badly, get in huge debt or commit crimes to in order to keep feeding these deadly habits.

Many of our clients have been addicted, some for years, but by removing their ‘compulsion beliefs’ their addictions just seemed to die a natural death.

getting rid of addictionsOne day you're drinking 5 vodka shooters, a six pack of beer or several coffee cocktails, the next day you just drink one, the next day there's not even a thought of a drink. It's like an ‘addiction switch’ has been shut off in your head.

That's not to say addictions die overnight but they do die. Our desire for our ‘choice of poison’ simply dissipates. Why? Because once you've removed enough negative beliefs you will stop feeling empty and hollow and you won’t need all the things you needed before to fill you up or make you feel better.

If  you (or your child) are addicted and would like to find out more about how our ‘Emmote Process’ can help you break the habit in just weeks - permanently, hop over to our Contacts Page to receive your FREE ONE-HOUR Skype or One-On-One session.




 Our 100% Guarantee

Our Emmote’ process works deep at cellular level by totally eliminating the ‘negative thoughts and feelings’ that create a ‘negative belief’. It also severs the hardwired synapses in our brain between the thought and the feelings, eliminating them. Completely! Permanently!

If needed you will be able to recall the incident but not the feelings attached to it. It can no longer ‘trigger’ the feelings because they are no longer there! Enabling you to move forward into your new, more positive life.

And because we teach you how to use our Emmote’ process we empower you with the knowledge and tools to help yourself whenever anything negative comes up for you in the future.

Our ‘Emmote’ process is so powerfully life changing we 100% Guarantee it. (conditions apply)


Copywrite - Annie Moyes - November 2015 - All Rights Reserved



Powered by Facebook Comments


  1. Women can fall prey to social networking sites like Facebook and virtual communities like Second Life, where they can create a new persona, career, relationships and sex life. “It just is so inundating, and for some individuals, it can really suck them in. To escape reality, they get into these worlds, and it kind of becomes more powerful than them, and that’s all they think about,” Moore says.

  2. There is a basic theory in cognitive psychology called structuralism. Most closely associated with the work of Cornell psychology professor Edward Titchener, this theory contends that the mind breaks down life experiences into groups or concepts. Much like a chemist defines complex structures through its smaller parts and elements, the structural approach breaks down experiences and cultural identity into specific perceptions, notions and thoughts. Titchener believed that the complex world was made clear in the brain through an ordered thought process that included a vast array of individual parts.

  3. behavior modification , operant conditioning and many drugs affect a person's social and sexual inhibitions, while reducing integral human bonding abilities for intimacy. Addiction is the state of behavior outside the boundaries of social norms which reduces an individual's ability to function efficiently in general routine aspects of life or develop healthy relationships.

pinterest button
Subscribe to Receive E-Mail Updates: