Prayer and fasting.

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  1. cjman919

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    If nothing else is working for you, you may have to fast and pray for a certain amount of time in order to be purged!


    Why isn’t this knowledge more prevalent on this website?! It’s very important!
     
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  3. cjman919

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    I’m talking about prayer and fasting!
    Sometimes, you can only be purged the fasting and prayer!
     
  4. cjman919

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    I have to, I think.
     
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  5. shevro

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    I agree! Fasting is a great method to break any addictive pattern.
     
  6. Hros

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    As long as during that time you're always aware of the goal: Quitting this addiction, and don't fall back to: "Great, I just finished X days of fasting, good for me, I'll reward myself by PMOing..." - obviously not helpful. Don't forget your goal. If you need, think up of some other reward.
     
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    I can easily resist temptation when I’m awake, but my dreams are becoming filled with perversion, which I hate. Therefore, I am inclined to believe that I must fast, per the Savior’s instruction.
     
  8. MarinoBigFan1984

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    You can’t fast for 90 straight days
     
  9. Hey, I'm working for change even now, but a real opportunity for me is the coming Ramadhan. It's a big deal for me because I want to do it properly this year. As in not just fast properly, but also pray properly with full of devotion to my GOD, Allah. Who's in? You don't have to be Muslim to experience the spirit of Ramadhan, join in with your Muslim friends. Muslims call Ramadhan the month of the people, it's a gift to us. Surely as stated, prayer and fasting help a lot, then what better month than that?
     

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