- Do you often have the urge to shop when you are feeling low or depressed?
- Do you get a high when you shop?
- Do your friends, family and colleagues sometimes refer to you as a shopaholic?
- Do you want to overcome your shopping addiction and gain control over your life and your finances again?
Compulsive shopping may be harming you in more ways than one, particularly your emotional and financial states. According to some research 1 in 12 people suffer from this addiction, with 80-90% being women.
A lot of the time shopping is done as a way of filling some void in your life, or after a recent traumatic event. This guided meditation will give you the tools required to be able to uncover what that void is.
In this guided meditation you will:
- Finally give up the shopping addiction you have. ex ‘shopaholics’ have, more often than not, found out how to heal themselves emotionally, and taken back control of their lives and broke their shopping addiction. This album will help you to do the same.
- Gain the ability to relax when you need. Relaxation is a key factor in being able to control your emotional state. This album will give you a powerful exercise, which you can use anytime, in order to control your emotional state.
- Be given a magical cue that will help you with urges and cravings to buy. People who are addicted to shopping often talk about triggers, which makes them want to shop. In this guided meditation you will be given a gift that will help you control your reaction to these triggers.
Be given a way to heal yourself emotionally. With this type of addiction there are often emotional issues which have not yet been addressed. This album will help you to address these issues, in a safe, comfortable way.
You may have already found out that you are trying to cover up something else with your shopping addiction, and feel it’s now time to address the void you are filling. You can do this in a safe environment or you can listen to this guided meditation in conjunction with getting help from other therapists.
The first step to healing your shopping addiction, is admitting it. Once you have admitted this to yourself, this album is a great way to help you on your path to recovery.