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Almost everyone has addictions. In observation to these addictions, its important to realize that there is no right or wrong. Everyone is at different stages in their growth process and we are all waking up at different rates. In regards to closing addictive cycles, every stage of someone’s awakening is totally groovy as long as they are not hurting anyone else or harming nature. We need to show compassion and love for individuals who are deep in self-sabotage with addictions, especially those who don’t expect love and support. Everyone is at the right stage of their process for them and them alone. Be mindful to not push someone to catch up with your level of clarity or alternatively, do not drag someone back down to your vibration if they are waking up ahead of you. When people close to us clear them selves up and become more healthy, we can often naturally and energetically feel this is a threat to the ego-system we’ve set up around stubbornly clutching hold of our bad habits.

There are very different types of addictions out there to be aware of and these addictions can be measured by comparison of our ability to control them versus their control over us. When we carefully observe and understand the role addictions play in some of our lifestyles, we can then see to what extent our seemingly ‘sovereign’ decisions are actually made toward serving our addictions, not ourselves.

As we liberate ourselves from addictions, our body will re-gain its natural sensitivity. The clearer and cleaner we become, the more we become aware of our spirit, invisible energies, intuitive foods choices, healthy internal impulses, and much, much more! The sensitivity potential of human awareness can’t really even be described to a numb individual. Our cumbersome language lacks the vocabulary to describe the nature of the highest potential of our body in a finely tuned and clear state. Understanding these states of being can only be really achieved first hand.

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Why do we get addictions?


Absolutely the most common cause of addictions is the creation of a masking or band aid effect over top of an emotional or physical trauma. The easiest and most practical way to numb the effect of a traumatic event is to decrease our ability to feel these effects, such as pain and anxiety. There are two ways this mainly happens: – By using s sedative type substance, such as alcohol, valium or marijuana to numb our senses or to have an extremely accelerating and distracting substance or experience to distract us from how we really feel, such as cocaine, crystal meth or gambling.

People become reliant on these substances or activities to encourage themselves to not review and clear their trauma. This is very, very common. Repetitive, compounding access to these substances and activities creates their own chemical and frequency addiction in the body free of the actual original cause of the addiction.


Some people are more susceptible to addictions due to their family history and genetic make up. The morphogenic field of your family is an interactive pool of non-local information. This means that what has happened in your family in the past and in the present effect you. These past events can be addressed and healed using quantum healing techniques.

Certain gene groups in humans have been shown to be more susceptible to certain addictions such as opiates, alcohol and tobacco for example. Gene expression is optional and once we realize this in our selves, we can learn to meditate and visualize ourselves in a world where we don’t have the addictions we are experiencing in the present. Our mind can’t tell the difference between visualization of the future we desire and the present moment so healing beings immediately. Through the magic of epigenetics, this visualization changes gene expression and will totally change our bodies into a more highly tuned optional reality where these addiction susceptible genes are simply not expressed. This process can also be fast tracked by working with a therapist who understands quantum healing.

Family lines with major trauma can all share a similar coping mechanism to deal with masking that trauma. Families that have gone through events like war and extreme loss will often find effective ways of numbing themselves to cope with day to day life. The trauma and the subsequent coping mechanism can continue on for many generations, even into individuals who don’t know the source of their trauma.

Here is an example:

In occupied France during World War II, a young Jewish woman is hidden with her parents in a basement under a friend’s home. Very often, soldiers come to check the home and property in search for hiding the Jewish refugees. Each day the young woman expects to be found and along with her parents – be killed or taken to a concentration camp. This creates a world of extreme fear and anxiety where her sympathetic nervous system is highly activated. This is our emergency nervous system that keeps us alive in extreme circumstance. However, trauma or sustained threat to our bodies leads to imbalance of this nervous system. This creates training in the individuals to be in higher baseline fight or flight response. Through compounding re-visualization of trauma we can totally re-wire our body and our genes. In fact, most people are doing this very often – when we worry.

After the war, the young woman lives to be an adult and she takes up drinking a lot of alcohol to numb and mask the effect of her constant fear of being found out and killed. She gets anxious often, so she drinks to cope. The emotion of anxiety gets energetically paired with the frequency of alcohol. She then has children and in their adult life they have intense anxiety and irrational fears. They use alcohol just like their mother to cope with these emotions. The subconscious memories and emotions are passed on through the morphogenetic field and through DNA and so is the frequency and association of alcohol addiction as a coping mechanism.


Most people suffer from stress. Stress stops us from fully relaxing, healing, regenerating and connecting deeply with others. Stress is when the subconscious mind feels as though we are under threat it releases special stress hormones throughout the body to survive the situation. Stress completely compromises our immune system and draws blood away from our vital organs. Many people are trying to cope with compounding, repetitive and constant stress. This means that the body is defense all the time – in fight or flight. This is opposed to the body being in a rest and regeneration state. There are many addictive substances and situations people get themselves into as coping mechanisms to allow them to physically and emotionally handle stress or to temporarily forget they’re under stress

We rework over stress causing traumas in our mind and our body treats this visualization like the real thing and our body changes in accordance with the belief that its under threat. If you lived in a house that was attacked by bandits every night for example, you wouldn’t get deeply rested sleep because your nervous system would be hard wired to wake at the sound of any threat, in order to protect your life. As we constantly anticipate the threat, our body re-tunes itself on a genetic level – to survive.

So years after the threat has passed, our bodies often don’t recover. Our bodies stay in stress and suffering. This is a common cause of addiction as we seek to numb these emotions or distract our selves from these emotions by indulging in addiction or extreme stimulation. This trauma is passed onto our children and sometimes to our partners.


In some ethnicities, there are certain food groups, medicines and activities we are attracted to because these things literally kept us alive in ancient times. So over time our body links up a clear dopamine response to these environmental inputs in order to train us to make a practice out of these activities. However, in modern day when we are in surplus of these food groups for example, we can take these desires to a place of extreme imbalance. An example of this is that many Caucasian people can trace their roots back to colder regions like Scandinavia. In regions like this, winter was extreme when it came to getting enough calories to survive. To make it through winter, people ate fatty, salted preserved meats, bread and fermented wheat products like beer. So in modern days these foods trigger a genetic marker in most Caucasians and this genetic marker gives us a higher dopamine response to these foods. This is why so many people loose control in their eating and drinking habits in regards to these food groups. Their brain is literally hard wired through thousands of generations of compounded programming for make them feel simply happy when they eat these foods and drink beer.


Our capitalist culture thrives off the economics of us needing as much stuff and stimulus as we can get. There are certain addictions that are obviously pushed and promoted in most of the modern world. These particularly include the glorified, obvious culprits, such as cigarettes, alcohol, sex, sports, television, processed food and gambling. These kinds of addictions are very useful for making money and keeping a populace distracted from anything of actual importance that needs our attention – such as care for the planet and real democratic regulation of government policy.

When we are ‘sufficiently’ addicted to these types of stimulus, then we don’t have the spare time or money to put our attention elsewhere and this makes people very easy to govern and financially restrict. Governments and corporations carefully make certain that a majority of the general population do not even notice that they, the people are hopelessly distracted and dependent on these common addictions.


Some people become addicted to disassociating them selves from reality to make day to day life more manageable. If one’s lifestyle is very harmful and alarming there are certain substances and actions people can take to feel less of everything they are exposed to. In this way they are choosing addictions that are essentially antipsychotics when mixed with the human brain. The most common of these is alcohol, marijuana and GHB.


What Are some of the Most Common Types of Addictions?


Mind and body altering drugs have different degrees of addiction in them. Some very strong substances are not chemically addictive at all. Examples of this are Dimethyltryptamine (found in some acacias), Mescaline (found in some cacti) and Psilocybin (found in some mushrooms). While some drugs like cocaine or heroin can detrimentally change the makeup of the brain and become severely addictive. And these are the sorts of addictions that can take over the decision making in your life. Your brain chemistry can potentially become hard wired to the require these drugs to perform normal everyday functions. Everyone is different and so is their response to drugs. Its important to note that some of the healthiest medicines and drugs are illegal because they are wonderful natural remedies that can’t be regulated; thusly they are illegal. So don’t judge the nature or strength of a substance by its legal status.


Some of the most dangerous and highly addictive drugs are legal psychiatric drugs. These drugs shorten life span and permanently change our brains. These drugs have hidden sinister ingredients in them that are extremely addictive. Psychiatric drugs should only be used in the most extreme life and death circumstances and for only a temporary period until the original cause of the patient’s problem can be cleared. If we had a stable communities and well informed culture, there would be no place at all for psychiatric drugs because ancient remedies from nature and indigenous human wisdom in the healing arts would be readily available to completely clear dangerous psychiatric events.


These powerful substances can literally rule the decision making in peoples lives. They alter the way the brain releases dopamine and serotonin and these are our reward system and wellbeing brain chemicals. In mainstream style consumption, these three substances; sugar alcohol and tobacco – are in a dangerous form for our bodies. To be healthy, it is best to minimize our consumption of these and to be aware of any addiction or irrational cravings as they take place. The best response to an irrational craving is to ignore it and re-access the substance days or weeks later when the dopamine control response has weakened.


Food addiction is usually based on an addictive component in the food such as fat, gluten, sugar, or chemical additives like aspartame. However, the subject of food addiction can go anywhere once we acknowledge frequencies, associations and memory. An example of this is the sense of belonging and achievement when a child is encouraged to finish all of the food on their plate, even when it is too much food for them. Then they are rewarded when they complete this task. This associates the memory of eating too much with a feeling of group acceptance and self acceptance. When a child finishes everything on the plate they feel more loved. Over time, this compounded association of frequencies and emotions often can contribute to adult obesity because the more they eat, the more they feel love and self acceptance, even if there is no one around to give it to them.


The most common sensory addiction today is Smart Phones. The reward systems inside applications on our devices literally change the way our brain works. We receive dopamine when we receive a message on facebook for example. The more we repeat use, the more we hard wire synaptic circuits in our brain to reward us when we connect with other people via our device. The long term results of device addiction is unknown but at the moment some of the short term results are for example; vastly stunted attention span when performing other tasks, social isolation and electromagnetic frequency damage to the body.

Pornography addiction is acute internationally in both men and women. This creates massive dopamine release in the brain because this kind of extreme sexual stimulus is not a natural part of human evolution. The more porn one is exposed to, the more their dopamine response becomes worn out, so people expose themselves to more extreme pornography and for longer time in order to keep their baseline dopamine release high. Pornography addiction creates many problems in people’s relationships as they develop an unbalanced view on sexuality. It also stunts natural social behavior and sexual function in men in particular. This is a very serious addiction and can be extremely hard for some people to escape. This is an example how dopamine can literally control our life.

Other common sensory stimulus addictions can be things like extreme sports, sex, gambling and so forth. Anything is possible. These addictions can be caused by masking behavior to avoid a deeper trauma. They can also come from literally repetition of circumstances and the associated reliance to the psychopharmacology these circumstances create. Psychopharmacology is the study of drugs our brain makes for us.



For an opportunity to heal your addictions, contact Tristan.

There is no right or wrong. People are doing all kinds of things out there to heal successfully. However, when someone wants to end addictions, there are certain ‘tricks’ that can help them.

In regards to clearing addiction – the solution is pretty simple when it comes to dream time healing and quantum medicine.

Using kinesiology (muscle testing) Tristan can help you find the source of your addiction on your timeline. This can be in this life, a past life or on your genetic line. This event is the juncture on your timeline – where the issue started. In the dreamtime state of consciousness this moment of time is then accessed by the client and subsequently changed. As shown in quantum physics, this creates an entirely new timeline where the source experience that created the original addiction no longer exists in the reality of the present day. Each case is different, but there may be more than one key event in the addiction timeline that may need to be cleared and replaced. Once the source of an addiction no longer exists on your timeline, then the addiction can melt away and you can develop a healthy relationship with your stimulus or stop accessing it entirely.

In extreme cases, in depth, careful and customized support group based addiction closure programs can be designed by Tristan for you or a loved one. These programs incorporate dreamtime healing solutions along with a long term family or friend based support group. The client is empowered through the entire process and all decisions for their welfare and progress are made by them as much as possible. A close support network is established for the client who understand the challenging changes they may go through as their brain, body, mind and spirit return to healthy function. This structure is essential for psychiatric drug withdrawal and can also be very helpful for other addictions like sugar, alcohol, tobacco, artificial sweetener and pornography.


“But you Must Ask Yourself –

Do you Eat to Live or

Live to Eat?

Personally, I live to Eat.”

Alan Watts

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Don’t take any of this too seriously! Life is for love, laughter, learning and creativity. Don’t guilt trip your self. Forgive yourself and constantly move onward with new lessons and understandings. Be aware of being controlled by addictions. Stay in control of your self and love life while at the same time respecting the finite nature of the resources of this earth. Don’t forgo all life’s pleasures and eat out of a sense of duty to your physical body. Don’t treat food in the sense of what its going to do for you. Treat food with love and gratitude and pleasure. Eat with friends and family and rejoice in your connections with community around sharing and preparing food.

Be mindful of all of the addictive distractions out there, from German cars to Coco-Pops. Live in moderation and make smart decisions that reduce suffering on the planet. Be loving and don’t take anything too personally. Fear, shame, guilt and anxiety are the enemy. You can live a very ‘healthy’ lifestyle in the physical reality of Newtonian-style-Billiard-Ball-Physics, where you are seemingly putting all the most healthy things you can in your body and doing all the ‘correct’ regimes for perfect health. However if underneath all of that you are miserable, confused, board and guilt ridden – then all of your effort will be a total wast of time. This is because your negative emotional state will totally corrupt your body’s health and longevity via the vector of emotional stress. How you decide to feel is vastly more imperative then physical lifestyle choices when it comes to physical health. Harness your emotional state and step free of the game.

Tristan Bray

Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

December 2015

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