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Foreword for Natural Rest Book by Jeff Foster

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Self-Deceptions in Addiction

A list of pitfalls to avoid when it comes to addiction.

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The Ghost Image is the Real Culprit in Addiction

With the Compulsion Inquiry, the Living Inquiries Facilitators do not focus on helping people use willpower or control to stop an addiction. They focus on showing people how to spot the ghost image and the bodily energy and diffuse them both. This is a highly successful technique. When the ghost image is either no longer arising or arising without any bodily energy with it, the addiction or compulsion naturally releases either all at once or gradually. People don’t quit addictions then. The addictions quit them.

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Join Us at Compulsion Intensives Across the U.S. and Canada

Scott is conducting “Freedom from Compulsion” Intensives, based on his Compulsion Inquiry. The Compulsion Inquiry (CI) was developed by Scott and Colette Kelso using the basic tools from Scott’s book, “Natural Rest for Addiction.” Colette will also be leading the meetings and facilitations at these Intensives.

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Quotes on Addiction

This is a list of quotes taken from talks, writings, the Natural Rest book, videos and other resources where I have talked about addiction.

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Boredom and Addiction

Boredom goes hand in hand with addiction. Here's a way of relaxing boredom, and therefore relaxing addiction.

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Addiction (Seeing the Inner and Outer as Inseparable)

This article discusses the challenges of tobacco addiction and how looking at both the inner unrest of mind and body as well as outward behavior is a sane approach to all addictions, including tobacco.

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Natural Rest Coming in Early 2013

To get a good view of whether certain compulsions tend to run your life, sit quietly for two hours each morning or night just watching your mind constantly looking for something to do or something to ingest. See if that is uncomfortable for you. See if your mind is busy searching for something and your body feels restless quite often during that two hours. This reveals where addiction shows up for you. But you don't have to be a slave to it.

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A Manifesto for a New Recovery

Does that mean life becomes boring and lifeless?

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Beyond Addiction to Temporal Objects

Complimentary video from the Science and Nonduality Conference on FORA.tv

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