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In part two of this seminar, J-R goes on to explain that addictions feel good, except the problem is, they run you instead of you running them. He illustrates this with an amusingly told story of his experience trying to get out of a car rental place and the progression of feelings that the experience engendered, from impatience to upset to anger. So how can we get our freedom from these addictions? “How do I channel them into things that will assist me and others around me?” J-R asks. And his response is, “This takes a type of managerial planning and primarily it starts out with having a goal.” It is from this seminar that you will learn the steps toward self-management.

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The point J-R makes throughout the seminar is this. “To change the addictions, you’ve got to do something different from what you’ve done before. It’s a terrible thing,” he goes on, “to lose all your possessions, for instance, in a hurricane, or a mugging, or anything. It’s a terrible thing. So better start treating them with a little indifference. And a radical look on this is ‘how do I use this to my advantage?’ ”  This seminar will change your life if you let it.

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The point J-R makes throughout the seminar is this. “To change the addictions, you’ve got to do something different from what you’ve done before. It’s a terrible thing,” he goes on, “to lose all your possessions, for instance, in a hurricane, or a mugging, or anything. It’s a terrible thing. So better start treating them with a little indifference. And a radical look on this is ‘how do I use this to my advantage?’ ” This seminar will change your life if you let it.

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Throughout part two of this seminar, J-R gives many examples of the ways we acquire what we could call addictions — those deep habits of behavior that run us. Unless, of course, we become aware of them and then do the hard work of changing them little by little. This seminar is full of information for helping each of us step through our addictions to find our true selves.

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