Personal-Awakening enables the extraordinary connection of entering into ourselves. We discover our own spiritual attributes.

Personal-Awakening reflects our fundamental value of a more measured life.



Personal-Awakening is a spiritual challenge to our Addiction scared life.

Personal-Awakening isn’t reaching outward, a seeking to add something to ourselves, it is an opening up to a relationship with the spirit that already exists within us.

Our spiritual insight is that we must always remain awareness seekers.

There is no greater danger to our laboring to reach understanding, a higher spiritual and functional plane, than the feeling that we have achieved it.

Such a feeling of self satisfaction generally indicates a blurring in our vision of the goal itself.

Personal Awakening reveals our question should not be, “how to escape the perpetual struggle, but rather what form to give it, and at what level to engage it.”

The mind is like the wind constantly blowing through a hollow bamboo. To control the fluctuations of the mind, you must be like a master flutist who blows into a flute and creates celestial music.

He gives the mind a sweet purpose, and then its existence delights the hearts and spirits of many.

Personal-Awakening, our silent spiritual brain/mind sees the accumulated knowledge we human beings have stored in memory for millions of years.

It looks at this knowledge from a timeless state of awareness and observes in a simple way unhurriedly.

This awareness state is not of time, it does not know haste and pressures. It becomes what can be know as realized knowledge.

Personal-Awakening has to be still and silent to see this. Silent and still we observe our own brain/mind activities and begin to understand. We do not seek knowledge, but wisdom.


Personal-Awakening enhances our chances for Addiction-Recovery.

Let go, Let God Awareness is ours for the use.

Personal-Awakening is your spiritual insight.

We learn to speak to ourselves, self-talk, in the present. We relate the qualities we aspire to as if we already have them. We make them real. Now, not later.

We need to have a self-concept we can love and cherish. We want reconciliation of conflicting thoughts. Even if we have to resort to a different choice. We negotiate with ourselves for compromise to resolve regrets.

We like our self-concepts stable.

And though we try to change our conscious attitudes to justify, excuse, or explain contradictory behavior, our basic non-conscious processed thoughts and feelings are not easily remodeled.

Change is simply deeper, more complex than that.

We realize our opinions and judgments are influenced by non-conscious, subconscious, automatic brain/mind processing.

This action may override our conscious deliberations, reflective or not. Often we may not even have an awareness it has already happened in our non-conscious mental processing.

We learn consciously of subconscious decisions about a half a second after the brain/mind makes them.

Sometimes our addiction thinking can almost seem hardwired into our brain/mind. Addiction cravings, blind urges, and aggressive impulses are disasters waiting to happen.

To bring about awareness through incremental changes in our thinking and behavior we must first reinforce the desired and more reality oriented positive attitudes by being willing to examine and internally wrestle with our Addiction Recovery issues.

We must introduce a way to acknowledge our new position publicly, this can be a very strengthening action. Make a commitment. Get reinforcement and positive accountability.

Discover The Mind of The Addict. Do You Know Him?

Personal-Awakening is your own Unique Spiritual Way.

If you are in a supportive group that could be the place to do it, acknowledge your position publicly. Public commitment will help in making the tough changes permanent.

You can achieve inner balance and a sense of sobriety and serenity in the process.

We can learn how to let go and let God. We can experience the awareness which arises from that genuine release, that letting go, that freedom of spirit.

We can then tolerate the ambiguity of not knowing, of having no expectation, only trusting “objectless” attention and be relevant to what “is” in the next unfolding moment.

Personal-Awakening is your way out of the Addiction morass.

Your spiritual insight at its deepest level is the viewing position which allows you to see your uniqueness and true value in the vastness of our expanding universe.

You are unique, don‘t give yourself away.

Our awareness of spirit reveals to us how we give ourselves away.

We give ourselves away by not respecting our own limits and boundaries.

We give ourselves away by putting our needs and wants below those around us.

We give ourselves away in big chunks or small chunks. Big or little, We are not living our own lives. Others get their wants and needs, we don’t.

We give ourselves away in splinters and chunks. You can Have The Awareness of Mindfulness. See How.

Personal-Awakening Spirituality is a deeply personal matter.

On one level our addiction is very simple. It is a Spiritual Dis-Ease.

So it can be healed by a Spiritual cure.

The Spiritual Path, opens our lives to Addictions Recovery.

In our addiction we have created the illusion of being separate from the world, hoping thereby to avert suffering.

In fact, what has happened is just the opposite, since ego-grasping and self-importance are the best magnets to attract suffering.

Discover what works best for you. A daily routine involving your choice may be best.

Personal-Awakening can foster an insight which promotes creativity, patience, perseverance, equanimity, all of which support abstinence, hope, sobriety, and the joy of serenity.

The longest journey is the journey inward, for he who has chosen his destiny has started upon his quest for the source of his being. Dag Hammarskjöld
Recovery Mindfulness can open the way to Addiction Recovery.


For genuine Awareness you need to consider Spiritual-Practice.