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The courage to change

The serenity prayer says, “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” It’s easy to hide behind the “acceptance of things I cannot change” part of the prayer. 

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Adversity Is Often an Opportunity!

Most people associate adversity with pain.  Often, our fragile ego discourages looking for solutions or exploring new ideas because what if they don’t succeed?  It becomes easier and less painful to the ego to not even try rather than face the possibility of failing.  Your perceived problems are

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What are searching for?

No one really wants to be an addict. It is a miserable way to live. Addiction is the opposite of freedom and in no way resembles abundant living. It is an acquired habit that is rooted in self-deception and fear. Addiction of any kind lowers our consciousness

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Give Yourself Permission

Experiencing all the joy and abundance a sober life has to offer includes learning how to remove the mental barriers that prevent us from experiencing a full recovery. The same skill set required to get and stay sober can be used to achieve outstanding results in all

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Changing Direction?

Are you experiencing Harmony in your life?  Or, are you floundering in a state of anxiety, addiction and fear worrying about situations that are beyond your control? One synonym for the word harmony is heaven. When you are in harmony with the present moment you know peace. When you focus

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Practice – Practice – Practice

Preparedness and a plan of action are necessary in order to become an expert in any field of endeavor. It makes no difference if we’re trying to have better relationships, develop a deeper more abiding faith, get sober, or advance in our chosen career, there is no

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One major component separating the successful from the unsuccessful in recovery, personal relationships or even a career is the ability to manage fear.  Living in fear is seductive and habit forming. It is as addictive as any drug, and much like drug addiction, it develops so subtly that

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One of the greatest joys of a recovery is the ability to connect with another human being at the deepest level. The disease of addiction is one of isolation and separateness. Full Recovery is the realignment of the egos divisiveness through the union of mind, body, spirit

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Be careful how you talk to yourself.  Whatever words you say following the statement “I am” will limit what you believe about yourself and the world believes about you.  Whatever words follow “I am” gets anchored into your subconscious mind. Through repletion and acceptance these thoughts become

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Money ?

Many who consider themselves sober or spiritually advanced consider money or financial security as an unworthy goal.  I believe money is a tool to be used and a commodity to be exchanged.  A certain amount of money is a requirement to enjoy a quality life in a

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