Addiction & Saturation #1
By Atom Bergstrom
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“An addiction is the same as a half-filled cup. Allergy with a repeat stage is not a true allergy — it’s an addiction.
“When the cup is filled, the addiction becomes an allergy. The pattern cannot continue.
“An allergy is the cellular tolerance level.
“An addiction is an insufficient cellular tolerance level.
“If you don’t reach the point of saturation, you’re still addicted.
“Cellular saturation results in allergy — no more craving.
“If it gives you pleasure, you’re not allergic. Who will give up what he has never experienced?
“If you correct a person’s chemical imbalance before an allergic state is reached, the person will be tested by exercising his volition.
“Whenever you block something, you are interfering.
“Volition occurs at the allergic addiction level. That’s allergic non-need.
“Volition came up as a psychic need, but it is physiologically the point where allergy and addiction meet, giving strength as in, ‘I quit!’
“The statement ‘I quit!’ is a time factor.
“The basic resistance not to stop meets with the saturation point, and they cancel themselves out, giving strength.
“The cause of addiction is motion. Perpetual motion is desire, a time factor.
“Beware of this statement: ‘One piece won’t do any harm.’ This motion sets up addiction.”
(To Be Continued)
November 7, 2020 @ 1:34 pm John
Hi Atom, what is your opinion of craniosacral therapy ?
November 9, 2020 @ 7:45 am Atom
It depends on the practitioner.
The only craniosacral session that did me any good at all (that I noticed) was one by Swami Nitty-Gritty.
He drove dentists up the wall when their patients returned to them with “entirely new mouths.”
I had a “perfect bite” back when Swamiji was in his body.