smoking tobacco cigarettes and the like

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smoking tobacco cigarettes and the like I had always wanted to know why people did this the real reason , the spiritual back ground I found out a few years ago when digging in all the hows and whys of energy stealing let me explain what I found out now the spiritual reason for smoking by Louise L Hay is under addiction a few things are there like running from self ,fear , not knowing how to love your self I know so many who smoke and they seem to have successful lives and well working position in the economical system and normal family life still they smoke there must be a reason .. yes the have energy drama as so many I went paying attention what exactly there where different reasons with the same result subtle energy stealing methods they used , that could be described as diminishing others self worth to add to there own in how they communicated to singe individuals other where of a type that dis approved of whole groups for certain reason that made them self feel stronger . but than how smoking ? by taking energy away from others this created a pattern in reflected reality , that made the universe take energy away from them selves , so for this reason they had lack of self love , what they did to others they did to them selves , so energy was drained ways and this lack of self love or 'not knowing how to love them selves' was so created . let me summarise you steal love that is in the group of personal strength of others this that is drawn away from your self again a karma or universe reflecting back to you what you did to others so with this tap open and running , how can you love your self ? smoking takes place . at the time I was shown all this while in discussion with my guide to find out the workings of this there are many more ways self value is diminished that make people smoke an other example was an late teen age girl looking at her self in the mirror and applying make up and doing this to look better , but so saying I don't look good enough and creating that reality depleted self value smoking as result . posting this a use full info for others I think insights like this should be out there
 
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my Idea with this posting above is , healers can use it and expand upon its context with there own insights ,and others might use it to its a bit of short story that's really a long one and manyfold
how to go about with the energies and how not and what goes wrong when you go wrong with the energies . I hope its of use and am sure it is I found its rare for people to know these things I am in a position of spiritual development I can get lots of good information and whats better than a good health and like to share it as I do now
 
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As somebody who has been a victim of addiction (heroin, methamphetamine, tobacco, alcohol) I can tell you that addiction to substance is like chemical mind control. Not as in government conspiracy or anything, the substance itself has the power to manipulate a person's thoughts. For whatever reason (it is unclear to me) I have the power to pretty much pick up and drop any addiction as I please. For me, substance abuse (including tobacco) is mostly brought on by boredom. When given a better opportunity to use my time, I will usually move abusing substances to the bottom of my list of priorities. I have been clean from heroin for some time now but heroin was a little different as the physical withdrawal presents more difficulties than just the craving aspect of addiction. Heroin withdrawal makes you sick as hell. It will make itself your #1 priority because you can't do much when you're that sick. For most people that doesn't even matter. The cravings are more than enough to take control of your mind and make decisions for you. With me, for whatever reason, I have more control than other people. Most people who IV heroin never stop, it kills them. I, however, can do heroin once or a few times and then stop for months or years. I am the only person I have ever met with such an ability. Addiction is extremely powerful.
 

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I envy those who can quit tobacco so easily. For me it started with my heroes. My grandfather and father both used tobacco. I thought is was the signature of being a man as a child. I soon found I was a slave to it. It was a pacifier and a pleasure. I beat it, but it cost me. I'm working on getting off the weight I gained and with some good success for the last year.
For those who are trying to quit tobacco, studies show the more attempts you make at quitting increases your chances of staying quit. Many people only try to quit on their birthday and New Years. The people who quit without falling off the wagon for 10 years or more are the "no quit quitters". They quit every day, or several times per week. It's like working out. Your ability to resist gets stronger. I found that I became extremely energetic from my withdrawal. I got to a point that I liked the withdrawal "high".
I also focused on the good aspects like "I don't have to waste time taking a break to smoke, I can get more done" or "I don't have to feel conscientious about smelling like smoke". As opposed to thinking "I can't smoke, it will make me age and get sick." It was on the daily, immediate benefits that I focused. Those thoughts helped the most.