Daily chi meetings
Finding your cosmic self after drugs is not an easy path. All the gurus, yogis and Daoist masters knew this. This is why they developed chi practices. Do a chi practice every day, otherwise you’ll feel like you are on your own and the desire to relapse into your old negative or destructive behaviours may be overwhelming. The chi practice makes you feel supported and connected to yourself, to other people and to your soul family.
You want your chi practice to be playing the role of a friend. This might sound weird, but if you’re a committed user, drugs probably felt as if they were your friend. Try to recapture that relationship with chi. None of us is here to go it alone.
We are supposed to see and feel the path ahead, and feel supported as we follow it. The chi practice will do this and connect you to Dao. So learn the arts and fight to stay on the path to a future of ecstatic freedom. Do it now and don’t ever look back.
This article is part of a series of articles excerpted with permission from The Rebel’s Guide to Recovery by Jost Sauer and published by Centre of Dao, Maleny, Australia. Jost addresses the issues involved in overcoming addiction and gives practical, life-changing advice based on his own experience and that of his many clients. n