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Post Info TOPIC: ALANON STEP 12 (12-4-2017)


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ALANON STEP 12 (12-4-2017)

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

C2C reading page:"with the help of the steps I need never be stuck again. A Chinese proverb states "be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still and page 355 Albert Schweitzer:"Example is not  the main thin  in influencing others, It is the only thing."
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Reading this Step at the start of my alnon journey, I  was  immediately  convinced to remain in Al-Anon and to o work the preceding e this Last Step  actually promised that if I showed up and used the steps I would  experience  a spiritual awakening. I knew that  this was something that I desperately needed and had not a clue how to achieves so  I decided to stay..
I found that the steps were not an easy road  to walk and although they felt  very difficult at times, however,  I kept my eye on the prize of a spiritual awakening and I  believe half way through working the steps, at about step seven or eight, I sensed a spiritual awakening within. It was an amazing feeling and one I would never want to surrender.  By that time I was willing to continue the steps, became more spiritually attuned to the world and develop  my part in it with healthy principles.  . I will always be grateful to Al-Anon for this tremendous gift
Step 12 questions
Have I experienced a spiritual awakening?
In what ways do I downplay my spiritual growth?
What have I received from Al-Anon that I would most like to share?

what does the 12 step say to me in Al-Anon service work?
what are the principles that are referred to in this step?
How can I apply them to my daily life?
Am I living the message of the program?
Allen my good example of Al-Anon recovery?


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