Recovery from any form of addiction is a spiritual endeavor. Losing Touch aims to shine a light on the roots of addiction – the darker aspects of our human nature. Extrapolating on knowledge from both modern and age-old disciplines that study the mind such as psychology, yoga, Buddhism and Taoism, it is geared towards de-stigmatizing addiction and broadening its scope beyond solely substance use. Losing Touch addresses less popular, yet more prevalent forms of psychological dependency that have become customary through modern ways of life and societal standards. It explores sensitive topics such as sexuality, psychedelics, and love, stressing the importance of finding a middle ground among life’s most stimulating extremes. It is a personal account of finding an avenue for healing addiction through self-inquiry, concluding with a reflection on true love as the ultimate middle path.