Tuesday, August 02, 2011

No healing for Amy Winehouse

We have come to the end of a tough but glorious healing journey together,  fuelled by that vital understanding that we are womb twin survivors and that is the reason for the pain of simply being alive.

There will be no healing journey for Amy Winehouse, who died last week from a drug overdose.

According to her friend Russel Brand, her addictions defined her and then killed her.



But what if Amy was a womb twin survivor? What if that powerful deep voice and the many tattoos on her body were her way of expressing her high levels of testosterone?  What if that extra testosterone passed into her body while in the womb, from her unborn womb twin brother?

If she had only known that addiction is not a " disease:" but a disorder of the will - that her natural desire to survive and be alive was counteracted by an equal and opposite desire to die! Addiction is  the ultimate ride to self destruct. Be you a genius or one of the most popular and admired people in the world, you will sabotage the whole lot and  court death all your life. You just dont care very much about being here in this world, and in a very real way you don't want to be here. That is the life of so many womb twin survivors - not all, because we do vary a great deal among ourselves, but a  significant group of womb twin survivors spend their lives in their own personal Black Hole and resist all attempts by others to help them get out of it.

All you can do with an addict is stand by and watch them choose - life or death.

Go to rehab? No way. Amy's resistance was absolute.  She even made a song about it.
Listen now

They tried to make me go to rehab, I said, "No, no, no"
Yes, I've been black but when I come back you'll know, know, know
I ain't got the time and if my daddy thinks I'm fine
He's tried to make me go to rehab, I won't go, go, go

I'd rather be at home with Ray
I ain't got seventeen days
'Cause there's nothing, there's nothing you can teach me
That I can't learn from Mr. Hathaway

I didn't get a lot in class
But I know we don't come in a shot glass

They tried to make me go to rehab, I said, "No, no, no"
Yes, I've been black but when I come back you'll know know know
I ain't got the time and if my daddy thinks I'm fine
He's tried to make me go to rehab, I won't go, go, go

The man said, "Why do you think you here?"
I said, "I got no idea"
I'm gonna, I'm gonna lose my baby
So I always keep a bottle near

He said, "I just think you're depressed
Kiss me, yeah baby and go rest"

They tried to make me go to rehab, I said, "No, no, no"
Yes, I've been black but when I come back you'll know, know, know

I don't ever wanna drink again
I just, ooh, I just need a friend
I'm not gonna spend ten weeks
Have everyone think I'm on the mend

And it's not just my pride
It's just 'til these tears have dried

They tried to make me go to rehab, I said, "No, no, no"
Yes, I've been black but when I come back you'll know, know, know
I ain't got the time and if my daddy thinks I'm fine
He's tried to make me go to rehab, I won't go, go, go

She stopped the drugs and moved to alcohol. Either way it's addiction, which is suicide by another name.

Let's take a close look at the possibility that all addicts may be womb twin survivors.  If this is true, then they too may be able to make that same transformational journey to awakening and new life that I have been describing for the last 30 days and is still available here as an ebook.

Rest in peace, Amy.  Like most womb twin survivors, you always had friends, but you never let them get close to you, so you remained alone, for all of your short and tragic life.  For a little while you had a man to love you, but you sabotaged that too.  Womb twin survivors do that - it's normal.  Its all in their Dream of the Womb. You were never crazy, you were probably a womb twin survivor but never knew it.  I wish now I could have spoken to you and helped to you to understand that simple fact, but it's too late now.

But dear reader, if you are an addict reading this, contact me today and let's get to work to set you on the pathway to healing.  Then Amy won't have died in vain, for her story will have inspired you to choose healing and new life.





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