Why A Grateful Addict Never Relapses

True contentment involves a life free from cravings, compulsions, and complaints.

with Tommy Rosen

In this episode of In the Circle, I explore the theme of moving beyond addiction and thriving in all aspects of life. Addiction is a universal human experience, and everyone is on the spectrum of this journey in some way. 

By using the practice of yoga and meditation, we find ourselves able to move from a state of darkness and addiction toward light, freedom, and joy—true contentment involves a life free from cravings, compulsions, and complaints.

It is impossible to experience true gratitude while harboring these things, and it has been said that a grateful addict never relapses. We need to evolve from being the victims of our lives to being the architects of our destiny, actively shaping our experiences with awareness, responsibility, and empowered choice. 

Complaint and Gratitude Cannot Coexist

– Tommy Rosen, In The Circle Podcast

Tommy discusses:

  • Celebrating light in the darkness
  • Why you cannot complain and experience gratitude at the same time
  • The power of Santosha
  • How to stop living from craving to craving
  • The power of mantra and mindfulness in addiction recovery

Addiction is Part of Everyone’s Journey, But Recovery is Not.

The Recovery 2.0 Membership is a place where you can explore the topics that interest you, find community, and connect with Tommy Rosen on a personal level. It’s here that we’ll dig into spirituality and union of the mind, body, and spirit, and transform from the inside out. You will learn and grow alongside a community of supportive, conscious, compassionate, and vibrant individuals, like you!

Join us at r20.com/welcome to explore how to move beyond addiction and thrive in your life.

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