Spiritual

How to Meditate: 6 Tips for Beginners

How to Meditate: 6 Tips for Beginners

Confused about what meditation is or where to start? These action items will help you get going. The foundation to my success in sobriety..

October 31, 2017
Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace

Grace is fundamentally needed where it seems most irrational. To have an effective and sustainable recovery, grace must have a foundational..

September 25, 2017
Getting Higher

Getting Higher

Spirituality in the 12 Steps Part 2 In part one we learn about the ways spirituality and God found itself into our current dialog and we..

April 6, 2017
Getting Higher

Getting Higher

Spirituality in the 12 steps

November 2, 2016
Opening the Door

Opening the Door

Addicts remove their ability to connect when their entire life is centered on substances.

June 30, 2016
Unworthiness and Fear

Unworthiness and Fear

A direct connection to God changes one forever.

April 5, 2016
Our Hidden Power

Our Hidden Power

During times of despondency, people, including those in recovery, often struggle to remember who we know ourselves to truly be. We forget..

February 12, 2016
A Power Greater Than Yourself

A Power Greater Than Yourself

One woman’s recovery leads to spiritual connection with others. 

August 18, 2015
Heal Yourself: Physically, Mentally, and Spiritually

Heal Yourself: Physically, Mentally, and Spiritually

When you forgive yourself you become a positive example to others.

May 14, 2015
Amazingly Awesome 2.0

Amazingly Awesome 2.0

Pam Grout’s motto is to celebrate what you want to see more of. Among the nine experiments are “The Dude Abides Principle,” “The..

March 19, 2015

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