Eutaptics Tapping to Overcome Drug Addictions

Eutaptics tapping is a well-known process to cut the cravings for substances that leads to addictions and dependence. It is a mental healing system with focus on transforming the mind by reimprinting new structure of thoughts that eliminates addictive behaviors. Eutaptics collapses the mental structure contributing to the cravings and not only addressing its symptoms.

Understanding Emotional Responses

Our emotions that charge memories and thoughts are the forerunners of our choices and behaviors. The reason we are likely drawn to a particular thing, or not drawn, is because we have memories forming mental structure that are the basis of our choice.

Meaning, you might be drawn to a particular color, type of food, type of clothing or type of lover because your mind is more comfortable with it. In other words, there is something within your consciousness that makes you choose that particular thing over something else. And that goes the same with not liking a particular thing or person.

What creates this connection between you and attachment to any, person or thing, is the value you ascribe to a memory.

The value of a thought, idea or memory is determined by the charge of emotions that they carry.

Thoughts, ideas or memories that are given more value means they are most likely to be active within the mind, compared to those that has little or no value. This is how attachments work, this is how cravings work and ultimately, how addictions and addictive behaviors are formed.

Craving for any type of substance that causes a person to be addicted to is what has to be addressed and not the substance itself. Because without the cravings, there can be unlimited stock of any highly addictive drug in front of a person but if the impulse is not there, the need or the provoking thought, addiction is hardly to occur.

In short, what fuels an addictive behavior are the emotions that the idea or memory carry.

Releasing Emotions Causing Addictive Behaviors

Without releasing the emotional charge of the imprints of memories, thoughts or ideas causing addictive behavior, the mind will just continue to build mental patterns causing the same behavior. In other words, changing the source of the how addiction is programmed within the mind changes the attitudes and behaviors of that person toward the substance.

This may seem like something impossible to achieve, but time and again, Eutaptics proves to be highly effective, that is why the CEO of Habilitat Rehab Center in Hawaii have high respect for the Eutaptics Addiction Protocol.

What Eutaptics really does is get rid of the person’s attachment on a particular substance, it is the elimination of the cravings by releasing their emotional charge. Without this idea or memory drawn as reference of choices, it is guaranteed that the person will not resort to its use.

If you are suffering from addiction or you know someone who is suffering from addiction, you can easily get started with Eutaptics at no cost, you can try the 7 Day Quick Start Course and discover how you can create changes with impact in your life.

Transform Your Life with Eutaptics

“Transform Your Life with Eutaptics” contains almost 9 hours of video to help you learn the basics of Eutaptics including the Eutaptics belief system, how the mind works, the structure of problems and how to release those problems using the Eutaptics tapping style. It will teach you how to fix problems in your life and give you a sense of peace. It also includes live demonstrations of the Eutaptics tapping process by Robert Smith. Get this course here.

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  • December 8, 2016

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