Alcohol-Recovery-Meditation offers a path to our inner selves, where our spiritual addiction holds us firmly to alcoholism abuse.
Alcohol-Recovery-Meditation is an inner-to-outer journey to sobriety and serenity.
Alcohol-Recovery-Meditation is a journey of Letting-Go our substance abuse..
Alcohol-Recovery-Meditation inclusively reviews Elise and Kaleo Ching’s “Faces of Your Soul.” They are our guides on a journey of personal spiritual discovery.
Back to our origins. “We are hungry for spiritual learning.
For it is clear that in our perilous time, institutions of education and of religion are rarely providing the spiritual practices that we need to deepen our journeys and strengthen our souls for the experiences of Joy and of darkness that beckon us all.”
Addiction-Recovery-Meditation opens our minds and self for sobriety’s inner work.
“We have to go ‘back to the drawing boards’, back to purify our own intentions, to deepen our own morality, to get in touch with our deepest values and beliefs, our own origins. And begin anew.
Alcohol-Recovery-Meditation draws on our deepest capacities for self-reflection and finding inner peace in meditation, in guided imagery, in order to (discover our sobriety) and expand our creative processes.” However, “such an inner-to-outer journey is by no means a private journey. Though it is personal and often daring in its need for solitude, it is never private.
Many are the souls past and present who take the journey with us.
We need a path to spiritual, emotional, and creative awareness. It is an act of deep ecumenism in practice. That makes it especially timely for us in our search for sobriety and serenity during this post-modern era.
Ask the Universal Spirit for understanding and compassion on your journey and, let go.
Addiction-Recovery-Meditation can be part of your learning to let go alcoholism abuse.
Let go and the breath falls like gentle rain through your body. Can you feel your breath as it travels like a wave across the spacious ocean---a wave spreading---and pressing gently, then releasing, with kindness?