Draw your hands together overhead and pull the warmth, power, and light of the sun on the top of your head and down your body.
I’m putting this book out there as an option. If people want to use the ideas here, in part or in whole, start some meetings, apply in their recovery then fantastic. I don’t have the bandwidth to spearhead a movement,
From this perspective, the truth is more than a moral obligation. It’s our spiritual duty. When our loved ones, people we trust, aren’t truthful with us, it vibrates against our intuition. Makes us question our reality. When someone that we believe in says black is white but we see black, it energetically messes up our intuition. Think of your own example.
What did it feel like when you caught your lover in a lie?
We will know if it works if we work it and track the results. Should we try it? Well, if you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep getting what you’re getting. The Buddha suggested that if we want a different result, can can try a different action. So, as we used to say in recovery, try it. Give it a set time frame, such as 30 days. If you don’t get the results you want, we’ll gladly refund your misery!
Spiritual or pseudo spiritual communities in the West very often have a lot of sickness. Like our yoga community. Bikram. Other famous yoga teachers are sued and jailed for abuses on those who follow them. A lot of people are drawn to spiritual communities, recovery communities, self-help guru, life coaches, yoga teachers. We want to heal and we want someone to lead us. So we stand in line to drink the Kool-Aid.
This is just a little bit of background about what brought me to the notion of a new paradigm for recovery. While my experiences may make it appear that I’m discompassionate to existing frameworks, that’s not the case. I’ve always