I had a delightful experience last week going to see the play Bill W. and Dr. Bob at the San Jose Rep with friends. We started with a wonderful delicious and fragrant meal at a Thai restaurant. We chatted up a storm, nearly missing the curtain with our eating and visiting. Fumble-rushing out of there […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Yes – I can relapse – not my substance addiction but my emotional sobriety. How does this happen? How “unlovely” can I BE! What can I do to prevent it? Some event occurs. I come into it feeling vulnerable: insecure, unsure, fearful or uncared for. A conversation commences and does not go well. And I […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
I had sent an email to some friends yesterday. It was a quote about dressing in one’s spiritual best by washing yourself in the morning with blissful energy rather that water. To imagine that your garments were divine robes rather than day clothes. I added a comment to the quote that rather than “preparing for […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Let Your Spirit Go Commando!
Here is a wonderful blog on Alice in Wonderland, ego and the Big Book of AA. Thank you “First 164“! or this link Kyczy Hawk E-RYT200 is the author of “Yoga and the Twelve Step Path”, a leader of Y12SR classes, and the creator of SOAR(tm) (Success Over Addiction and Relapse) a teacher certification training […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Guest Blog – “First 164”
I was talking to a woman I sponsor the other day. We were talking about being active in the program (of AA), doing “the footwork” and other things we do to keep our practice of the program alive, when out of my mouth jumped this phrase “my recovery is like a shark; it will die […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on My Recovery is Like a Shark