Pornography: Breaking Free; Finding Reality; Astonishingly Simple Method

 
 Purpose Recovers Peace

And Peace Gives You Joy! 

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                            FIND PURPOSE

 When you are engrossed in this one thing, you matter; you make a difference. You realize that life does have meaning.

As you answer the following questions, you are amazed how quickly you find meaning.

Author’s Note: Through contribution your divine gift (talents fused with passion) gives indescribable energy, an astonishing power called joy. You lose all desire for porn. (Body may crave it but you don’t desire it. You don’t want it. So, you choose not to use it to give you pleasure. Joy satisfies the need.

When joy is present, pornography stops being a friend and becomes the enemy.

 Now complete the following exercise and find power over pornography.

What’s most important to you…

 …In your spiritual relationship with God?
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…In your family life?
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…In your business life?
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…In your social life?
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…In your relationship with God?
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…With your physical health?
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…With your financial well-being?
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If pornography causes loss to you in any one of these areas of your life, then, it is worth it to rid yourself of porn.

Tip: Pick One Thing and continuously focus on that one thing till it comes to reality.

Pornography can’t withstand the power of purposeful living.

Peace, Power and Plenty!

Thanks,

Dale

 

Published by: curepornaddiction

In the year 1971 I became a store manager at age 19. I discovered I had a gift for mentoring. I gave one on one coaching, instruction and teaching with ease. And, I loved it. However, I had a problem that held me back from achieving my full potential. I was addicted to porn. When I was going through my puberty years in life, I found pornography (adult magazines) in my Dad's closet. I was hooked. I had my ups and downs throughout my life: Ups, when I was off of porn and using my gift: and, Downs, when I was using porn. Porn captured my attention, holding me back. I found the secrets to breaking free from porn. Like anyone else, I have to work at keeping my emotions positive, every day, to stay free. Limiting emotions--fear, doubt, hate, lust, sloth, pride, any emotion that kills joy. Joy is the ultimate weapon against porn. You have it; porn loses its hold on you. I dedicate this blog to those who are looking for ways to end pornography in their life. To Your Peace, Power and Plenty, Dale P.S. The picture above is not me. The photo represents all families free from pornography.

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8 thoughts on “Pornography: Breaking Free; Finding Reality; Astonishingly Simple Method”

  1. Porn is an evil taskmaster for sure. It requires your focus and attention, then it will invade your mind when you are not using it. It robs you of your passions in life and requires you to channel those passions into it.

    Great post here. Where can I read your book?

    1. Thank you for your comments.
      I am posting the book ,You and God Cure Pornography Addiction,
      one chapter at a time on this Blog.

      Look for chapters on the right hand side.
      Each Navigational Tabs lists Chapter 1 and Title.

      I hope they help you.
      If you know anyone who needs help, please refer to Blog.
      Thanks
      Dale

  2. These past few days have been amazing, almost surreal. since the weight has been lifted i have a strange sense of self. The habits i picked up over the years have me saying why would i want to do this to myself? That wasn’t the case a few short days ago. I see my wife with a new determination and focus that she deserves my best. Today we had a conversation about teaching our girls to be spiritual. I’m no fool, I don’t believe im out of the woods, but its obvious the branches are withering. I sincerely thank you for helping me realize there is still value in me and as long as I place value on the right things it can only increase. Thank-you again for your support.

    1. Kit,

      GREAT Post!

      You are worth it!!!

      When you value you first, your mind clears and you are able to value what’s important in your life.

      You got your priorities straight: your wife and then the children.

      Now a days, everyone talks about making a difference. I’m learning my familiy first and then I can make a difference in other people’s lives. I’m not a hypocrite that way.

      Kit, focus on the good inside you. Absolutely, don’t focus on past failures.
      Carry around in your head limitless beliefs such as: The Past Does Not Equal the Future; My Focus Does!

      Whatever you focus on is what you get; so, focus on good things: Examples: virtue, gratitude, blessings and all the good things you have done throughout your life and all the good you’re doing now and will do.

      To your peace, power and plenty,
      DaleHelps

  3. I put the cart before the horse! “Whoa!!” My story isn”t so much unlike many others other than its mine. I’ve carried the burden of a dark shadow for most of my life. I got into sexual perversions at a very young age. I still don’t remember exactly when or where, but I remember things from around five years old. When I discoverd pornography it only escalated into deeper snares and traps. It’s cost me more than I ever dreamed, from self-confidence to a strained marriage, to simply acheiving in life. Now that I’ve shed light on it the shadow can only disapate. One dream I’ve always had that remains unfulfilled is to walk on life. Porn has always been a hovering shadow or that mountain I could never get over until now since I see I’m not alone and that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger I commit to taking baby steps everyday to conquer what almost conquered me.

    1. Hey Kit,

      You’re right. Take baby steps.

      Or another anology I heard Jack Canfield give on The Secret movie.

      At night, when you’re driving, you can only see a hundred feet in front of you (at best, a couple of hundre). The headlights show you what’s immediately up front. Beyond the fan of light, you can’t see. However, you can travel approximately 500 miles on the highway in the night.

      You don’t focus on the black night beyond the light. You focus on what’s in the headlight spray. Eventually, you get to your destination.

      To your peace, power and plenty,
      DaleHelps

  4. Totally agree. The best advice I ever received was to ignore the weeds and concentrate on the flowers. Positive passionate living sparks a fire that will eventually exhaust all of the oxygen the active addiction needs to suffocate the addict. Great post.

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