There is a direct correlation between body contraction and addiction. The correlation is so direct that, when a certain contraction in the body (throat, chest, stomach, or pelvic area) is released, the addiction tied to that contraction tends to release.
– Scott Kiloby, in Addiction and Your Body: What Science Can’t Tell You
I am exploring this right now, especially around a contraction in my throat. And I also see some ways this can be researched: For instance, do a pre/post study (with one or more control groups) of people with addictions who receive Living Inquiry sessions aimed specifically at body contractions. Do addictions lessen or drop away? Is there a correlation between the strength of self-reported body contractions (pre/post) and the falling away of addictive behavior?