Our sobriety depends on the maintenance of our spiritual condition. The powerlessness over our addictions that nearly destroyed us will return if we do not work on maintaining our contact with a Higher Power. In Step 11, we carry that goal further: we seek to improve the conscious contact with God that we have established in the previous Steps.
Prayer and meditation are our principal means of conscious contact with God. There is a direct linkage among self-examination, meditation, and prayer. We have found that a life of self reflection, that is Step 10, along with prayer and meditation, Step 11, can give us peace of mind which can stand firm in the face of difficult circumstances. We find that Alcohol is no longer necessary, even in the most difficult of circumstances.
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Let’s go to you first Cristie, the step talks about prayer and meditation.
What is the difference between prayer and meditation to you?
What can you do to add more prayer and meditation to you daily life?
How do you meditate? How often do you meditate?
How do you pray? How often do you pray?
What would it mean for you to improve your conscious contact with God?
How do you improve your conscious contact with God?
What does it mean to pray only for God’s will?
How do you know God’s will versus your will?
What can block you from this step?
What is the power spoken of in this Step?
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