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Daily Reflections: A Book of Reflections by A.A. Members for A.A. Members

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I've been in the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous and worked the 12 step program for 18 months with a sponsor, and my life has completely changed for the better. We try to see the good in the person or the good that ultimately evolved from whatever incident we feel resentful about. Trust you’ll get your answers possibly later, possibly when you can talk to your Higher Power face-to-face.

While the entire program may seem overwhelming at first, breaking it into daily concepts and reflections will only make the journey easier. When it comes to AA, daily reflections are meant to provide comfort and guidance during your sobriety journey. Whether using the day’s reading as a source for their morning meditation, discussing it with a sponsor or sharing it with their home group, many in Alcoholics Anonymous consider Daily Reflections to be a critical tool in their “spiritual toolkit.We discover that no one really wants to be always involved in our dramas, in each tiny success or failure.

Post-traumatic growth is not something that happens spontaneously in recovery, but rather is something desired and worked for by the person seeking it. Daily Reflections offers an opportunity for you to begin reframing your experience of addiction while immersing yourself in the necessary positive framework for sobriety and achievement of post-traumatic growth. Patience is the most important asset we bring to this activity–the willingness to allow each step its own time and proper place. Whether using the day’s reading as a source for their morning meditation, discussing it with a sponsor or sharing it with their home group, many in Alcoholics Anonymous consider Daily Reflectionsto be a critical tool in their “spiritual toolkit.Daily Reflections is structured to provide a short passage for each calendar day that you can add to your daily routine.

In my life today, daily prayer and meditation, coupled with living the Twelve Steps, has brought about an inner peace and feeling of belonging which was missing when I was drinking. Members of AA understand this struggle, and they understand that, oftentimes, it feels like a lonely journey.I tried it and when I encountered the next slow driver, I levitated and looked down on the other car and upon myself. Videos or graphic images may not be downloaded, copied or duplicated without the express written permission of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

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