KonchokZoepa wrote:i have to quit.
mutsuk wrote:Norbu Rinpoche described an efficacious treatment from Tibetan Medicine way back in 1990 during a retreat. I completely forgot what it was but I'm sure someone from the DC can inform you of this. It was something implying massages with some special ointment, etc. I'm completely unsure of the details but I met somebody from Merigar many years ago who had done it successfully.
"I can quit" as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3p_LuTM73kjustsit wrote:KonchokZoepa wrote:i have to quit.
Just a quick comment - there is a very big difference between "I have to quit" or "I ought to quit" and "I want to quit." "I am going to quit" is your strongest motivational aid.
If deep down you do not want to quit and are not totally committed to quitting, you will very likely not quit.
Ask me how I know this.
Konchog1 wrote:"I can quit" as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3p_LuTM73k
Living without the addiction includes gaining good thingsfuterko wrote:Konchog1 wrote:"I can quit" as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3p_LuTM73k
The blurb says, "begin an internal dialogue with his future self to convince his present self that it can, in fact, live without its addiction."
I was taught that its preferable to view it in terms of what you gain rather than what you lose, quit, or give up.
shaunc wrote:I do know that in Bhutan, a country that practises Tibetan Buddhism all tobacco use has been out-lawned. Whether this was done for religious, political,health reasons or a combination of these I don't know.
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