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Psychology of Alcoholism, The by George Barton Cutten (1874 - 1962)

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Chapter X - Religious Conversion as a Cure, part 2

Thursday 1st January 1970

Explore the power of religious conversion as a cure for alcoholism in the latest episode of The Psychology of Alcoholism podcast. Listen now on alcoholfree.com.
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The Psychology of Alcoholism: Can Religious Conversion Be a Cure? Part 2

The cure of the drunkard in conversion is one peculiar to itself, but which contains elements found in hypnotic and allied practices.
In the latest episode of The Psychology of Alcoholism, host George Barton Cutten delves deeper into the topic of religious conversion as a cure for alcoholism. He explores the power of faith and willpower in bringing about a change in perspective that can lead to a new life free from addiction. Cutten also discusses the role of the subconscious in this process and the similarities between religious conversion and hypnotism.
What sets religious conversion apart, however, is its whole-person approach that addresses not only the physical but also the emotional and spiritual aspects of a person's life. By taking a deep-seated approach to the problem of alcoholism, religion has proven to be a powerful cure that can transform lives. Listen to the full episode now here on alcoholfree.com and discover the unique aspects of religious conversion that make it a potent force in the fight against addiction.