Step 1 - Explained
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Hello, how in world are you? Just going to talk to you a few minutes about the first step in 12-step recovery groups. We admitted we were powerless and that our life had become unm
Hello, how in world are you? Just going to talk to you a few minutes about the first step in 12-step recovery groups. We admitted we were powerless and that our life had become unmanageable. I just want to say at the start that I'm not speaking for AAA or NA or essay. I'm not on faulty speaking for any of those groups. What I'm doing is just a primer on the 12 steps as I understand them today. We admitted that we were

Powerless and that I life had become unmanageable. One of the things I like about the steps is the fact that it's spoken in the past tense. We admitted that we were powerless. It's not saying that we still are powerless, but it's in the past tense aside from that. It's also spoken by a group of people rather than one person. The tradition is the first 100 people came up with the 12 steps. Of course, we know about the Oxford Group and we know that the steps were around.

For a long time but this one hundred people put it together as 12 steps and they said we didn't start off with me. I myself. They said we they wanted us to understand that more than one person was behind these steps. It's just not a good idea. This is something that they experienced. It's an actual experience. We admitted that we were powerless and that our lives had become unmanageable now, we're dealing with the Paradox of power.

Alice - you probably heard people talk about surrender to win. It's a paradox like give it away to keep it. It sounds like it's not true. But it really is a spiritual axiom. That is true. Okay. We admitted that we were powerless not only did they did they admit it, but they had to accept it in there being that they were powerless over whatever they addiction was powerlessness is the first step in building the

Jason in recovery, we admitted that we were powerless. Well, what do they mean by that powerless? Does that mean that their diction? Somehow comes throws them down to the ground and makes them take it? Well, I don't think they mean that I think they're saying that they're powerless because they addiction does at least two things to them. It causes them to have a compulsion and it causes them to have an obsession. Okay, the compulsion I believe is what we do. The obsession is how

How we think and when you have an addiction you have a compulsion that causes you to go against your very own slaw of self-preservation of compulsion that compels us to do things that we would not otherwise do a compulsion that goes against that which is in us that is our better self. So, we admitted that we were powerless means that once I start engaging in my addiction. I am compelled to continue not only that I haven't upset.


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