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Can These Tools Become Addictive?

If this technology is as powerful as I’ve described and experienced, isn’t it risky or dangerous to become over-reliant on it?  

What if it becomes addictive?

If you’re wondering this, you’re not alone…

And it’s such a great and vitally important question

Image and quote "A hurt is at the centre of all addictive behaviours. It is present in the gambler, the Internet addict, the compulsive shopper and the workaholic. Stress or adverse experiences directly shape both the psychology and the neurobiology of addiction in the brain.” Dr. Gabor MateEspecially since there are so many tech-toys on the planet now that promote, encourage and entice addiction…

Just look at how many people you know (maybe you too?) who spend hours and hours (maybe whole days…) on cellphones, on the internet, on facebook and other social media platforms, on video games…

So to me, this question seems so powerfully steeped in human consciousness… It’s embedded within the suffering we’ve all experienced… and all our efforts to grow out of, or away from, these old patterns that seem to dog us, creating stress for us.

It’s so easy to become addicted to technology, when it so happily disconnects us from our suffering, and from stress…

We both co-dependently want someone/something ‘’out there’’ (ie outside of us) to rescue or save us (and preferably swiftly and easily)… and yet we also fear it.

This has been in part because living in separation/Duality consciousness has meant, for most of us, both moments of intense suffering, and feeling helpless to effectively stop it…

Within this context I’m suggesting, addiction is about us trying to find a way to relieve the suffering (albeit only temporarily) – to find a way to fill our inner gaping hole, which is created by feeling separated from Love, from seeing/knowing/re-membering our own essential Light… our innate whole-ness.

And yet, as much as we long for our essential reconnection, the desire to step through that gaping hole to re-experience our whole-ness again is also a path fraught with fear…

Fear which often keeps us bound in old patterns of emotional reactivity – re-initiating and replaying both our suffering and our addictive patterns in a seemingly endless loop.

But how do we change this?

Image and quote re: it's an inside jobHow do we learn to shift such old, embedded fears… to allow ourselves to see and experience, to re-connect to our essential Light?

Well, first it helps to know this:  These aren’t “tech-toys” which are meant to entertain us away from our suffering.

Rather, they’re tech-tools, which assist us in clearing out our old suffering-stories.  Easily, effectively, and quickly.

So, when we work with these scalar IQubes we suggest that, rather than giving away your power, your own Light to an external tool, you hold your healing journey in a different way…

In particular, we suggest you consciously use your intention to connect within the quantum scalar field created by this technology…

Image and quote by Marianne Williamson - “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be? We are all meant to shine, as children do...It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone”.And allow this unified field to support you in re-connecting to your own inner Light, to your own inner brilliance.

When we use our conscious intention to clear our old suffering-stories, and use these tools to support us in this way on this healing journey, we’re owning our own power to transform our experience of life.

Within this context, if addictions or fear of addictive patterns come to the surface in us, we say HURRAY!!  They arise in order to be cleared, as an important, vital part of our own healing path.

And these tools are (in my experience) absolutely the best tools on the planet for supporting us on this journey.

When we work with clear intention to release whatever comes up in us, including our addictions and attachments to our old suffering stories, these tools help us release them efficiently and quickly.  (And you might also find it helpful to read my blog on working through resistance).

These tools are just that…

Image and quote re: "One word frees us of all the weight ad pain of life: That world is Love". SophoclesTools which powerfully provide us with the optimal environment to step back into our connection with Love, where we connect with our own unique radiance.

Ultimately and truthfully, it’s owning our commitment to our own healing journey, when using these tools, which allows us to re-connect to our own inner resources, to our own inner Light.

And to keep on moving through all the challenges/old beliefs/old suffering-stories which arise because they’re not in resonance with this clear intention…

So then we can release them, within grace and gratitude…

In our experiences, both individually and collectively, when we meet these technologies within a heart that’s willing to persevere, with stepping into our own discomfort zone… and when we allow what’s there to transform… within a willingness to surrender what’s old-and-no-longer-within-our-highest-and-best…

Image and quote re: Reconnecting with our own Light is what creates an acceleration in our expansion in our consciousness".And when we consciously use our intention to connect with what these tools offer us, that’s when we step into an acceleration of our ascension… into consciously learning to experience our limitless Light.

In my own personal experience (and I’ve searched out and played with lots of healing tools and various ”modalities” over the past 40 years)…

These tools are my number one, go-to tool.  Simply because they work, powerfully and effectively…

In supporting my clearing old and no-longer-needed patterns of resistance and suffering. Including addictive patterns and stories.

To read more about how sound healing ”works”, check this out…

To read some more of my blogs, please go here…

If you’d like to read about some other peoples’ experiences using these sound healing tools, check that out here…

And if you have some overall, general questions about how these tools work, please check out my FAQ’s…

Comments

  1. Thank you Deb for the amazing blogs. I have been “Addicted” in my life to a number of things. Yes, I have lost HOURS on the computer just “surfing”.
    Since being introduced to the amazing IQube technology you write about, I enjoy the addiction of this technology, and over time, have found it one of, if not the only, beneficial thing in my life!

    • Deb Svanefelt says:

      Thanks for your comments, Annette. I agree about the benefits. For me, the difference between addiction and this technology is that addictions take us out of our suffering, but in so doing also take us away from experiencing our lives fully. For me, these tools have taken me deeper into experiencing life and understanding myself… And into greater joy and creativity. It’s been an awesome journey!

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