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Overcoming Drug Addiction. Aura Reading Robert Downey, Jr.

Living in hard-won recovery, Robert Downey, Jr., is ready for his aura reading

Living in hard-won recovery, Robert Downey, Jr., is ready for his aura reading

Overcoming addiction to cocaine and heroin: That’s part of the real-life plot in Robert Downey, Jr.’s larger-than-life story.

Today’s aura reading will compare chakra databanks of the charismatic performer, using the following images:

This exceptionally talented actor was nominated by ZELDA at our prize-winningest contest ever at this blog, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick? She wrote:

How I would help a client in recovery from pot, heroin, or other drugs

Rose Rosetree, sharing ways you can help people in recovery from substance abuse

Rose Rosetree, sharing ways you can help people in recovery from substance abuse

So many searching questions have been prompted by yesterday’s aura reading research into what heroin did to Philip Seymour Hoffman, did to him energetically and subconsciously and humanly. Today’s post is a brief response. Here I will summarize my approach to substance recovery, using the example of heroin. Rest assured, you could substitute the name of any addictive drug, taken for recreational purposes or self-medication. Or you could name alcohol.

Not cigarettes, though. Not every addictive substance is dangerous energetically.

The heart of today’s article is a detailed list of particular forms of subconscious STUFF that may be blocking full recovery.

Big disclaimer upfront: I am neither a substance abuse counselor, nor a licensed mental health professional, nor licensed in any healing profession at all, unless you count Hypnotism and Past-Life Regression. I do offer a Mentoring Program in Rosetree Energy Spirituality that trains professionals who could help addicts in recovery.

When enough have graduated from this program, we can develop a formal certification. So far, I cannot even promise that. Graduation with these professional skills does not confer a legal credential like the NGH-Certified Hypnosis Instruction I will be giving this March.

But if today’s post inspires any of you to work with me in the field of recovery, let’s discuss what you can do to help people who are struggling with recovery.