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Tips to Trust Your Healing Process

If you have ever, even for a second, trusted yourself, then you realize that you are always on a journey of discovery. You don’t come to trust yourself overnight, it takes some time to figure out a way to trust your own instincts, your gut, if you will. When you’re sober, you might be nervous about how to do this since it is likely drugs or alcohol did all the talking in the past. The journey of recovery is one that focuses on trusting your instincts, that you know what you need to heal, and how to get there.

The Lingering Voice

There will be times when your lingering voice will still resonate. Your authentic self is the one that steps in to say no to the old voice of addiction and take a step back. You are calling the shots now, not addiction. Formed by intuitive guidance, you can now learn to move forward in a healthier way that supports your growth and lets go of the past. Once you learn to trust yourself in recovery, you can start to work on other areas of your life.

It’s a Process

Nothing happens overnight. Don’t expect to wake up and realize you fully trust your instinct and who you are now. It takes a modicum of trust to get where you are, but a plethora of it to keep going. Faith in the voice inside means letting it guide, shape, direct, and protect. If you let go of control, you can surrender to the deeper space that wants to see you move forward. It may go against what you feel at the time, but let it guide you nonetheless. Don’t discount your own voice simply because you haven’t heard it before. Seek support from loved ones and friends who understand what the path is like. Whatever you do, don’t give up on the process.

Begin to Trust

If you want to know how to get started, it begins with a small step. Your brain will be very strong and can get you into trouble. What you are trusting is not your brain, it’s your gut. That intuitive nature inside your body. Doing this on a daily basis will help you get focused on your mind and body. Ask yourself questions, let it respond in a way that makes sense, and apply what you’re learning to life. Start taking steps of faith into the journey that is recovery now. This will help you feel like you’re finally on the path to recovery and trusting who you are meant to be.

Intuition can help you heal but it takes more than that to fight addiction. Come to our detox program, stay at our rehab facility and let us help you process through your addiction and experience recovery. We will help you fight against addiction and come out with resources and support. We will help you find what you need. Call us 24/7 at our toll-free number: 844-339-6964