Theories of Addictions

There are many theories about the cause of addictions. Some say it is a genetic predisposition. Some say it is a chemical deficiency or perhaps it is the lack of absorption of neurochemistry through the cell receptor sites. Others claim that regardless of the experimentation of the user, in the end the repeated use is to self-medicate. Whether it is a physical defect in the beginning is unproven because by the time they test an addict, they are already an addict with the physical defect. Of course medicine wants to find the magic prescription that will cure all addictions but as varied as addictions are, I suggest it is through healing the mind that addictions can be healed.

Let’s take a look at some of the possible mind challenges that keeps addicts in their cycles of addiction.

•Disconnected from spiritual experiences; starved for union and getting “high” or connected to source. There is a deep feeling of emptiness, hopelessness and meaninglessness of life, like a profound black hole inside.

•Over-whelmed; feeling inadequate and overwhelmed in a powerless sort of way. Needing a constant comforter, a reassuring presence and a self-stroking strategy at all times.

•Self-avoidance; desperately avoiding contact with their inner self due to a fear of what might be inside. In a sober state, fearsand beliefs surface and the addict is left not knowing how to handle them and how to get past them.

•Survival strategy: Self-medicating to dull the pain of how life is and the feeling of guilt for manifesting their individuality or dulling the effects of how they have to play a role, wear a mask or a costume to fit in or be accepted.

•Oral fixation: not having enough energy and over indulging, believing that the substance will give you the energy or the focus or the love supply that you so desperately are fixated on. After all, many of us were programmed for oral fixation with our first addiction, the binky.

•Self- Identity; living up to being the rebellious child escaping a controlling or authoritarian system.   Or being the irresponsible one is another possible identity for the addict. Who would I be without my addiction? What might I have to do?

•Despair/depression; totally numbing all feelings of being profoundly depressed and demoralized to the point that they see no sense of significance or even no reason for living.

•Total Escape; not having the skills to deal with memories of past events such as abuse, loss or trauma.

These are just a few reasons to stay in the cycle of addiction. I am sure there are more reasons. But, what are the reasons to quit? What if there was a way to solve an addiction at the deepest level possible? What if that process was safe, drug free, noninvasive and totally transformational? What if it was technology driven with years of science behind it? What if the results are measurable?

NoviChi can bring lasting change to the life of an addict. It is the only addiction protocol available today that doesn’t use suppression or trading one addiction for another. NoviChi uses pulsating LED light while the addict focuses on the visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and other sensory perceptions of using the addiction. The process uncouples the triggers that are stored in their neurology and neutralizes the compulsion for the addiction. The addict comes to a place of reason and choice.

In addition to the Addiction protocols NoviChi can address the reasons for the addiction in the first place. We can discover the negative core beliefs associated with the addiction along with any stuck emotional drama, loss, phobia, or trauma.