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Ever wake up in the morning anxious, annoyed, or angry but you don’t know why? Or have persistent negative thoughts you can’t escape? Or you can’t seem to stop self-sabotaging behavior?
That’s the addiction frequency. It’s an unconscious state of thinking, acting, and feeling. Different day, same problems: drinking to cope, arguing with people, accruing more debt, binge eating, hating your job, and feeling a deep dissatisfaction with your life. These are just a few symptoms of living in the addiction frequency.
Just like a dial on a radio, each of us is attuned to a frequency. And most of us go through life never realizing we actually have control over this frequency. This workshop will show you how.
Break Out of the Addiction Frequency with Tommy Rosen is based on the technology of yoga, rooted in powerful breathwork and self-awareness techniques, that offer rapid healing for those of us who are tired of hurting.
Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 28 years of continuous recovery from drug addiction. Tommy is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Global Community, the Recovery 2.0 Online Conference series and the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching Program. He leads Yoga retreats and workshops internationally and presents regularly at yoga conferences and festivals.
Part 1 (60 minutes)
Discussion: The Addiction Frequency & The Power of Breath
Practice: Long, Deep Breathing Exercises
Breathing is the single most important thing we do.
Addiction is characterized by a sense of lack, of missing something. And when you breathe poorly, like when anxious or angry, you’re caught up in your head and aren’t breathing well and that sends a signal to your body that perpetuates the addiction frequency. Deep, long breathing is how we interrupt this pattern.
Part 2 (60 minutes)
Discussion: Importance of Morning & Evening Practices
Practice: Morning & Evening Practices
If you take care of the bookends of the day, the rest of the day will take care of itself.
It’s such a powerful idea for people to understand that when we wake up in the morning, most people wake up with anxiety, fear, and negativity. So, we need to do something right away to set ourselves straight, to create the conditions for the best day possible, regardless of the circumstances that we're facing in the outside world.
Part 3 (60 minutes)
Discussion: The 3 Minds
Practice: Meditation for the 3 Minds
Addiction is felt and experienced in the mind.
The mind is a terrible master but a wonderful servant. We must understand its functions as it’s an important aspect of addiction recovery and learning how to thrive. So, the key question is this: How do you get the mind to serve the heart, rather than staying trapped in serving the mind? Only heightened awareness can end the inner war.
You’ll learn the very tools that have helped people get and stay sober, reunite families, heal chronic physical pain, empower the release of emotional trauma, and guide people like you back to their true selves.