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The eleventh step of Alcoholics Anonymous urges people in recovery from addictions to pray and meditate to improve their conscious contact with God. They may have to overcome various obstacles to establish a conscious contact with God. For example, they may feel ashamed and guilty for their addictive behavior, they may not believe in God, they may not know how to pray and meditate, or they may not see how conscious contact with God would help their recovery. How can they overcome these obstacles to conscious contact with God? And just what is conscious contact with God anyway?
Fortunately, the new book Sobriety and Inspiration: Entrusting Ourselves to the Source of Our Healing and Creativity deals directly with this issue of conscious contact with God. It presents recovery as a process of following the constructive inspirations that come from deep inside all of us. This book was written by a former chaplain at Hazelden New York who has helped thousands of people develop conscious contact with God in their own way.
There are many chapters of meditations in this book, all designed to elicit a spiritual awareness in the reader. If you want to develop conscious contact with God, then Sobriety and Inspiration is just what you are looking for. Not only will it expand your understanding of addiction, it will also actively connect you with the creative forces in you. And then, by cooperating with their inspirations, your conscious contact with God will improve immeasurably. There is nothing else like this book on the market today for improving your conscious contact with God.
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