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Meditation 

June 19, 2016 by Kayce L.

The eleventh step ask us to meditate as a route to improving our conscious contact with God. Meditation means opening our mind and our spiritual energy to the God connection. Meditation and Prayer are powerful recovery behaviors that work.


17 Comments »

  1. Laura says:

    I love to feel Gods presence in and around me, each morning and evening I surrender to my knees and search for God through prayer and meditation. I wait peacefully for my heart to fill with love and warmth as I make conscious contact with God, I thank God from the bottom of my heart as I am so grateful for Gods love and grace and my sobriety one day at a time.

  2. Dave C says:

    I just received word my friend passed away moments ago. I've been sitting next to him in meetings for 22 plus yes. He celebrated 26 yrs sobriety in May. Just a couple weeks ago he commented and I Quote " I'm going out Sober" I'm going to miss my friend,

  3. Dave C says:

    Thank you the kind words. It's all good, Alfred was laid to rest yesterday at the veterans cemetery in Sacramento. He was very proud of his sobriety

  4. Dru says:

    Seeing your comments to one another is " loving out sobriety". I liked that typo . What a beautiful way to express how we support each other and live on each other - loving out sobriety . Good day to all from South Carolina.

  5. Philip Harding says:

    Uhm- why do have ads by Google on our app? This is totally against our traditions.

  6. Drew says:

    God is a very big word. I don't think I want to own it for myself.
    Give me the real thing. Real recovery, real attitude change, real spiritual experience, real authentic sobriety- whole body and mind sobriety-, no more sobriety in word only.

  7. Tim says:

    In a few words, please explain meditation.

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