Megan J. Wells | Hidden Hunger; Craving Divine Ecstasy
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Hidden Hunger; Craving Divine Ecstasy

A section from the chapter “Hidden Hunger” from my newest project “The Greatest High” (a yogic view of addictions)

“When most people hear hidden hunger they think in terms of their body. The real hidden hunger is for ecstasy. True ecstasy of being one with your creator. (Reference my book “uncommon common sense) Ecstasy is freedom from the hounding fear-based mind. Ecstasy is freedom from the screaming pains and un-dealt with needs of the body. (Reference my book “You’re not fat you’re swollen) Getting away from the nagging ego mind that threatens instead of uplifts and plants fear instead of hope. It sends visions of fear instead of a lighted pathway to freedom.”