Today we are honored to share some inspirational words of wisdom along with an amazing example of “how it works” from Reverend Carol Wilke. She is the Founder and Senior Minister for Heart, Mind& Spirit Recovery – a Center For Spiritual Living Focus Ministry.
Our guest author this week is Rev. Karen Linsley, author of the newly-released book, A New Thought Journey through the 12 Steps. Be sure to check out her book and visit her site via the links below this post. Enjoy!
I have read this provocative article by Stanton Peele a few times, each time finding parts with which I agree, and many with which I could not disagree more. Maybe I don’t understand what he means by “natural recovery from addiction.” Are his 12 Concepts of Recovery a play against the 12 Steps of Recovery that work for me and for many? Certainly each of his 12 Concepts is encompassed in my personal recovery program – which also includes 12 Step work, and a consistent and deepening relationship with my higher power…. what could be more natural than that?
We are so pleased to have Carol Davis, author of Changeless Change, as our guest author this week. The topic of surrender is ever timely, for it is a daily choice––not a one-time decision. Enjoy, and be sure to read all about Carol and her wonderful book below the post.
Humbled by the honesty and clarity of gifted and highly respected teacher Rev. Dr. Maureen Hoyt, I invite you to read her article that explores her lifelong journey of self discovery along with her respect for the underlying problem that precedes addictions. Thank you for your beautiful share, Dr. Maureen, and for reminding us of that which cannot be found in any teaching or any program, but only from deep within, and that is the power and gift of choice.
Even though I am not an agnostic, I relate to so many of the questions it hits on. I’ve had those same thoughts before, and often felt out of tune with the masses. I am grateful I find a connection to the spiritual approach to life and to AA.
Have you ever been derailed due to feeling too Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired?
Read on to see how Rev. Dr. Cynthia Cavalcanti, beloved New Thought teacher, speaker, and writer eloquently interweaves spiritual wisdom with these physical and emotional conditions to uncover the deeper lessens in the principle known as HALT.
Keeping the focus on action, an article entitled “Metaphysics Meets Recovery From All Addictions” written by Sherry Gaba, a licensed psychotherapist specializing in addictions, as well as a media expert, discusses taking action steps to live a joyful life, when addiction is part of the equation.