Biology: You Have the Key to Turn the Wheel and Lead Yourself to Recovery

Today’s episode is something I absolutely cannot wait to share with you all.

Recently, I had an incredible conversation with one of you in the IGNTD Recovery course. She is someone who has been doing really well in her recovery but recently relapsed due to some very real struggles currently going on in her life. After she listened in to the hour-long conversation about recovery with a friend of hers (who was using at the time, with no intention of quitting), the friend later contacted her, saying she was ready to face up to some of the stuff she had been dealing with and wanted to change her life. When my client shared this with me I was blown away. Not only did my client recommit to her recovery, her friend — who wasn’t intending to recover — also decided to take a step in the right direction!

So I figured, if this conversation can turn someone’s life around who wasn’t even intending to quit, I felt it was worth sharing here too, with all of you. I hope you’ll join me!

Topics Discussed:

[:36] An introduction to today’s episode.

[5:20] About the four factors that are important in addiction.

[7:22] My analogy on biology.

[10:08] Why believing your biology (what makes up ‘you’) is your biology forever is one of the most limiting beliefs ever.

[15:00] If this made sense for you, please screenshot this podcast and tag me (and somebody that this could help in life).

[15:50] My biology hacks.

Mentioned in this Episode:

IGNTD Recovery (Register and join the free workshop!)
The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles, 

by Bruce H. Lipton

TheAbstinenceMyth.com (Pay for shipping and I will send you the book for free!)

This American Life: Testosterone
Water Challenge

The mysterious origins of gut feelings | Emeran Mayer | TEDxUCLA (Video)

Amare Global (Gut Health Product)
The Five-Minute Journal


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Savanah Deming