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In this chat, Susan gives compassionate, healing answers to listeners asking about a wide range of obsessions, such as obsessions with weight, money, sleep, food, relationships, sex, pornography, video games, past trauma, bodily pain and discomfort, parents obsessing over their children, and more.

“Obsession is our current word for mesmerism,” Susan explains. She adds that “instead of dealing with whatever it appears to be we’re obsessed about—whatever we want and think would give us happiness—we can allow for a shift of thought to let God, the divine Mind, govern all of our knowing and being. This chat is an opportunity to really examine mental action and how we can break a mesmeric grip of thought to truly let God govern us.”

Listen in for Susan’s comforting, uplifting answers.

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