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The aim of this article is to introduce therapists, practitioners and the average Joe into a simplified overview of addictions; giving an insight into the field of addiction from my perception using the unified energy field known as ‘The Matrix’.
With so much stigma attached to addiction, many homeless and hardcore addicts are merely being cast out from society and left without a purpose or a position in today’s social groups.
But addicts are big business in the world of medical professionals, who have at their disposal a myriad of costly medication, counsellors, rehabilitation units etc. at their disposal – mostly funded by the NHS. There is an agenda here that could be missing the point; by suppressing the root problem, or constantly and consciously discussing the surface issues, the individual will always be left with the same emotional imbalance, and an energy disruption in the body and field.
Medication and talk therapy all have its place, but I see it is only addressing the illusion i.e. the behaviour or substance which is on the surface and on a conscious level. We need to work on an energetic or subconscious level through mind and body healing. This is where the work needs to take place in order for any natural healing process to begin, in any form of disease, including addictions.
Addictions can come in many ways, shapes and forms; from illicit drugs and smoking, to prescribed medication and alcohol. They also come in the identity of behaviours such as gambling or the Internet, unhealthy sexual encounters and even crime. The dictionary definition of addiction is: the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, (as narcotics), to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma.
But whatever the addiction is it is just a short-term solution to a bigger underlining problem. The individual is caught in an emotional and energetic field, which has been created through either trauma or through repeating patterns, thus creating morphic fields.
Some say it’s a fix, which it can be, but my perception is focused solely on the underling problem. I believe we are all addicted to something in some way and underneath we are simply seeking the same things; love, inner peace, kindness or happiness. It seems though that some travel off the path whilst seeking a harmonious and loving life, and utilise other forms to try and bring harmony into their lives.
We just lose the way through life’s events, and our perceptions of ourselves, and of the world in which we live. We then seek it externally and become addicted to that external something. A monk once told me that we are forever chasing mirages and when we get there it is not what it seems, or what we are truly looking for. So we are never satisfied and forever chasing. Of course depending on our journey, some addictions are clearly stronger and unhealthier than others. But it seems that we are all striving for the same things.
Let’s look at in these two basic principles;
• the individual is trying to numb the underling pain, which has been caused by a trauma, or
• there is not enough joy in their lives so they are trying to bring it in through the addiction.
Or social environment is another widely recognized factor as to why one has become addicted to a certain substance. Through the area that they are brought up in and maybe peer pressure diverts the individual into a spiral down the path of addiction. I’m not hear to tell you that I do I agree; to be honest it sounds like a cop out. I would like to explain it through using the energy field, the matrix; a technique called Matrix Imprinting, and also bringing in an obvious understanding that our perception controls our genes and life around us, as Dr Bruce Lipton points in his book The Biology of Belief.
There is an energy field that connects all that is from the past to the present and the future. We all communicate through this field using vibrations and emotions, the unspoken language.
When a person is addicted to something there will be underlying and underpinning issues that were created in the early years of life. And this is what needs to be resolved in order for one to be free from addiction. The issues and problems are emotional and energetic blocks, as much as they are psychological.
They are brought on by the individual’s exposure and perception to big or small traumas that they have encountered and experienced throughout life. Our perception turns our genes on and off on a daily basis and negative energy blockages it seems, can cause many diseases, such as addiction.
One solely turns to an addiction as a tool to heal pain, or to fill a void that was created. I call this ‘the hole in the soul’.
When a trauma is experienced we either fight, flight or freeze. If we freeze it is our mind’s protection in some way; maybe we couldn’t deal with that particular trauma at that time, or perhaps we didn’t know how. We try to protect ourselves from what is going to happen and a part of us splits off into the matrix field. This part is called an ECHO (energetic consciousness hologram) and that ECHO stores the energy, emotions and its perception of what happened. So I feel it saves us to protect us.
It then stays imprinted in our subconscious minds. And we understand that our minds are not in our bodies but they are out in this field, connected to the matrix.
We tune into our ECHOs on a subconscious level over and over again, especially when current or similar events trigger us. We re-live the trauma as though it was happening in the present moment, and so we have the same emotional intensity attached to it as when it originally occurred. This could be ten, twenty, thirty, forty or even fifty years ago.
As Dr Bruce Lipton points out, it is our first six years in life when our brains are still being developed and we are in an unconscious state of mind. This is where we make up our minds about the world and ourselves or our role in it. This is also where many of us create ECHOs, either for protection or we have simply read the events wrong; our perception can often be incorrect.
Listen to the little voice in your head and notice how repetitive it is to certain situation you face that may challenge from day to day. ‘‘You’re not good enough’’ or ‘’no body loves you’’ or maybe ‘’ you’re going to get it wrong anyway’’; this is an ECHO in your field doing its work. Until they are resolved on an emotional level and the ECHO has resolution, the situation will always be with you and challenge you.
Another aspect is if we continue to repeat behaviours and patterns that we create our own morphic fields in the matrix, they can come down through the generations, as Rupert Sheldrake goes on to explain in some of his outstanding work on mophic fields and resonance.
This is why it is so hard to ‘kick the habit’ and give up the lifestyle. There are so many failures because of a) the ECHOs and b) the mophic fields. They are too strong to break free from and willpower alone will not secure success.
As Dr Bruce Lipton points out, it is our first six years in life when our brains are still being developing and we are in unconscious states of mind.
Nor will suppressing the feeling with medication and talking consciously about your problems; you need to take out the negative emotional charge in order to heal and move forward.
So a substance or behavior can numb, divert or even suppress an ECHO so that the individual does not have to face the trauma. It pushes it to the back of the mind, or further out in the field. But when you attempt to stop the addiction, or in many cases medication, it will rise to the forefront of ones mind and the emotional intensity and energy that is stored in the ECHO and field will still be there, just as strong as it was on day one.
With Matrix Reimprinting we can tap on acupuncture points to help release the pent up energy and stored emotion from the ECHO and in the field. We guide the client to tune into the field and their ECHO. Then we tap on the ECHO and by using the power of the mind, visualization and verbalizing the issue or problems faced; we release the built up energy.
Whilst tapping we ask the client to verbalise and picture in their mind the work taking place on the ECHO. So the ECHO becomes the new client and addresses the presenting problem, which then enables them to get into the vibration and emotional feeling, and release what has been stored and causing pain for all this time.
The ECHO will gain resolution using an array or resources. The client may need to feel loved, need increase happiness and gain awareness, or an acceptance to what has happened that resulted in a trauma being created so many years ago. After the ECHO has resolution and the emotional intensity has completely shifted, we then let it change the picture in the field for a more positive, brighter one; it can be anything the client may wish had happened instead. This is then imprinted into the mind and field to make its new reality with a positive charge.
By doing so you then change the perception of the ECHO, and remove the emotional charge that has been stored for so long. Most of us have our core issues, limiting beliefs and ECHOs, and they are all stored emotionally and subconsciously. Some of us just have stronger ones then others.
I found that many addicts are still very tuned into this energy field, just like young children are. They are also very spiritually tuned in to a bigger picture.
But due to encountering many childhood traumas in early in life, they have not yet emotional grown. They are trapped in this energy filed which resonates with a familiar pattern which they only know how to deal with by blocking the pain in whatever shape or form their addiction comes in.
So the ECHO is given the opportunity to rewrite the past, which in turn will transform their future.
I have seen miracles with this technique, and understand it to be one of the most simple and obvious ways forward. You cannot wave a magic wand over an individual and change the course or path with a click of a finger, but with this new understanding and cutting edge technique you can and will make their journey of addictions a lot shorter.
Brett Moran is a very unique and dynamic Matrix Reimprinting practitioner. He has several years of experience working in the fields of addictions and holistic therapies. Through overcoming many destructive behaviours and addictions himself, he has a vast amount of compassion and knowledge in this area.
By truly empathising with others and stepping outside of the box Brett looks at the bigger picture and uses very simple but profound approaches. He has a huge amount of passion when it comes to helping others unleashing the beauty of their minds and making positive change.
For more information on Brett’s work with addictions, please visit: www.matrixmind.co.uk