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MESAJ:


INTRAND INTR-O NOUA DIMENSIUNE

<< În ultimele stadii ale alcoolismului, voinţa de a rezista ne-a părăsit. Cu toate acestea, când recu­noaştem că am fost învinşi cu desăvârşire şi suntem gata să încercăm principiile AA, obsesia ne pără­seşte şi pătrundem într-o nouă dimensiune – liber­tatea sub tutela lui Dumnezeu, aşa cum Îl înţelegem noi.

(ÎN VIZIUNEA LUI BILL)


Am norocul să mă număr printre aceia care în viaţă au avut parte de această transformare nemaipomenită. Când am intrat pe uşa AA-ului, singur şi disperat, eram dispus să cred tot ce auzeam. Unul dintre lucrurile pe care le-am auzit a fost: „Aceasta ar putea fi ultima ta mahmureală, sau poţi s-o iei de la capăt iar şi iar”. Omul care a spus aceasta o ducea, în mod evident, mult mai bine decât mine. Mi-a plăcut ideea de a mă da bătut şi de atunci am început să trăiesc liber! Inima mea a auzit ceea ce mintea n-ar fi putut auzi niciodată: „Nu-i chiar aşa grav să fii neputincios în faţa alcoolului”. Sunt liber şi sunt recunoscător! >>


Twelve steps to freedom. Start with one.

Cum am fost

Nu puteam sa dorm noaptea.

Adormeam greu.
Ma trezeam in timpul noptii si, neputand sa mai dorm, ma dadeam jos din pat sa beau ceva. Pentru somn! Incercam apoi sa adorm si iar ma trezeam. Iar beam. De data asta pentru ca nu puteam sa dorm, ziceam eu.
Dimineata eram spart ...

Citeste mai departe:

DESPRE MINE


marți, 3 februarie 2015

PRINCIPII


Pasul 1 - Acceptare - Onestitate
Pasul 2 - Credinta - Speranta
Pasul 3 - Predare - Minte deschisa
Pasul 4 - Inventar moral - Curaj
Pasul 5 - Integritate
Pasul 6 - Bunavointa
Pasul 7 - Umilinta
Pasul 8 - Compasiune
Pasul 9 - Repararea greselilor
Pasul 10 - Perseverenta
Pasul 11 - Crestere spirituala
Pasul 12 - Serviciu


The AA Principles and Virtues

Honesty
Step 1. We admitted that we were powerless over alcohol - that our lives had become unmanageable.

Hope
Step 2. Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

Faith
Step 3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood him.

Courage
Step 4. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

Integrity
Step 5. Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.

Willingness
Step 6. Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.

Humility
Step 7. Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.

Brotherly Love
Step 8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

Justice
Step 9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.

Perserverance
Step 10. Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.

Spirituality
Step 11. Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of his will for us and the power to carry that out.

Service
Step 12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to others, especially alcoholics and to practice these principles in all our affairs.

I went out on the web in search of possible further historical documentation of their origins and found two more listings different from the above ...

Principles of the 12 Steps

1. Surrender. (Capitulation to hopelessness.)

2. Hope. (Step 2 is the mirror image or opposite of step 1. In step 1 we admit that alcohol is our higher power, and that our lives are unmanageable. In step 2, we find a different Higher Power who we hope will bring about a return to sanity in management of our lives.)

3. Commitment. (The key word in step 3 is decision.)

4. Honesty. (An inventory of self.)

5. Truth. (Candid confession to God and another human being.)

6. Willingness. (Choosing to abandon defects of character.)

7. Humility. (Standing naked before God, with nothing to hide, and asking that our flaws - in His eyes - be removed.)

8. Reflection. (Who have we harmed? Are we ready to amend?)

9. Amendment. (Making direct amends/restitution/correction, etc..)

10. Vigilance. (Exercising self-discovery, honesty, abandonment, humility, reflection and amendment on a momentary, daily, and periodic basis.)

11. Attunement. (Becoming as one with our Higher Power.)

12. Service. (Awakening into sober usefulness.)

And another list--

Step 1: Honesty -- After many years of denial, recovery can begin when with one simple admission of being powerless over alcohol -- for alcoholics and their friends and family.

Step 2: Faith -- It seems to be a spiritual truth, that before a higher power can begin to operate, you must first believe that it can.

Step 3: Surrender -- A lifetime of self-will run riot can come to a screeching halt, and change forever, by making a simple decision to turn it all over to a higher power.

Step 4: Soul Searching -- There is a saying in the 12-step programs that recovery is a process, not an event. The same can be said for this step -- more will surely be revealed.

Step 5: Integrity -- Probably the most difficult of all the steps to face, Step 5 is also the one that provides the greatest opportunity for growth.

Step 6: Acceptance -- The key to Step 6 is acceptance -- accepting character defects exactly as they are and becoming entirely willing to let them go.

Step 7: Humility -- The spiritual focus of Step 7 is humility, asking a higher power to do something that cannot be done by self-will or mere determination.

Step 8: Willingness -- Making a list of those harmed before coming into recovery may sound simple. Becoming willing to actually make those amends is the difficult part.

Step 9: Forgiveness -- Making amends may seem like a bitter pill to swallow, but for those serious about recovery it can be great medicine for the spirit and soul.

Step 10: Maintenance -- Nobody likes to admit to being wrong. But it is absolutely necessary to maintain spiritual progress in recovery.

Step 11: Making Contact -- The purpose of Step 11 is to discover the plan God as you understand Him has for your life.

Step 12: Service -- For those in recovery programs, practicing Step 12 is simply "How It Works."

From all of the above comes a prime Principle of Alcoholics Anonymous ...
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We have to give it away to keep it!"

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