What is life like after alcohol gets relegated to the bench? It’s amazing. You have no idea how much of your time is taken up by the role that alcohol plays in your life. Should I have a drink after work? How many shall I have? Will the police stop me on the way home from work? What if I have an accident? When I get home shall I stop at the pub and have a few more? Shall I ring the missus and see if she wants me to pick some wine up on the way home? Where shall I go this weekend? Who shall I go with? How am I going to get back home? What about work the next day?
It doesn’t seem like much but thinking about alcohol consumes a lot of your mental thought process and that’s not to mention the actual time spent physically consuming the stuff. When drink is dropped to the bench everything changes. Time just magically appears.
You explore the world with new eyes. Everything looks and feels very different. Suddenly, it doesn’t make much sense to drink diet coke and eat a tub full of ice cream after stopping drinking alcohol. You feel like a hypocrite of the highest order. You start to delve into more and more self-improvement. Each step you take makes you feel better both mentally and physically. You are transforming. At first you think you are becoming someone else, and then you realise that you are just peeling away the layers to expose the real you that has been in hiding for all these years. It was whilst I was peeling away one of these layers that I suddenly became interested in spirituality.
In the past this subject was no more serious that stories of the Loch Ness monster, but suddenly things were different. The Law of Attraction was working for me. But how was this possible? Then I read the book that spawned thousands of derivatives: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. That amazing man told me that it didn’t take any more energy for me to believe than not to believe. Then Larry Dossey started to expose my brain to the science behind such wonderful things as prayer. This is how I walked into the path of Cynthia Sue Larson.
Cynthia is a transformational speaker, best-selling author, and life coach whose passion is inspiring people to become conscious reality shifters. This great woman has been featured on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel and the BBC and she sent me a copy of her new book Quantum Jumps. I read the book, loved it and felt compelled to reach out to her to ask if she would be my first guest on my new Podcast The NeedyHelper Presents… She kindly agreed, and the audio is now available to all members of the NeedyHelper that hold a Bronze membership. A Bronze membership is free of charge, and it just needs you to leave your e-mail address to become a member. When you do this you will receive access to the e-mail serial The Diary of the NeedyHelper and to all the NeedyHelper Presents….podcasts. The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast Presents….Episode #1 Cynthia Sue Larson To receive your Bronze membership please leave your e-mail address