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Recent Recovery Blog Posts

physical Prayer20 Oct 2014

Physical

  Physical, mental and spiritual – the three aspects of the disease of addiction. We talk about the three part nature of the disease all the time, but lately I have realized that our thinking around this is a little limited especially when it comes to the physical.   When we talk about the physical nature of addiction, we are usually talking about the physical allergy – the effects drugs and alcohol have on the

prayer Prayer16 Oct 2014

Prayer

  Step Eleven of the Twelve Steps reads, “Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for the knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out” (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, Pg. 96). Prayer and meditation are important components of a spiritual life and thus important to recovery. I admit the fervency and frequency of my prayers is often correlated