Harry Derbitsky & Greg Suchy

Addiction, Alcoholism & The 3 Principles

Harry Derbitsky

  • Ep. 12 - The Nature of Universal Principles in Addiction

Ep. 12 - The Nature of Universal Principles in Addiction

Tuesday 7th January 2020

Join Harry Derbitsky and Greg Suchy in a discussion with Psychiatrist Dr. William Pettit Jr. on the nature of universal principles in addiction and how they lead to spiritual healing.
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The Nature of Universal Principles in Addiction: A Deep Dive into the Mindset of Healing

To me, that's the essence of it: that the principles are a metaphor for the fact that everything that exists in the universe, including you and I.
In this episode of Addiction, Alcoholism & The 3 Principles, Harry Derbitsky and Greg Suchy are joined by Dr. William Pettit Jr., a psychiatrist, to discuss the nature of universal principles in addiction and how they can lead to spiritual healing. The conversation delves into the concept of 'no thought' and how it relates to meditation, as well as the importance of paying attention to feelings and thoughts as a barometer for mental well-being. Dr.
Pettit emphasizes that the principles are a metaphor for everything that exists in the universe, and that by understanding them, we can see the beauty of life. This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to elevate their level of understanding when it comes to addiction and the principles of healing. Listen to the full episode now on alcoholfree.com.