Twelve steps and twelve traditions

Twelve steps and twelve traditions Author Bill W.
ISBN-10 UOM:39015035038382
Release 1953
Pages 192
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Presents and explicit view of the principles by which A.A. members recover and by which their society functions.



Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Trade Edition

Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Trade Edition Author Alcoholics Anonymous World Services
ISBN-10 0916856291
Release 2002-02-10
Pages 192
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A co-found of Alchololics Anonymous tells how members recover and how the society functions.



It Works how and why

It Works  how and why Author
ISBN-10 PSU:000049231175
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 221
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The book [is] a discussion of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Narcotics Anonymous ... [It] is meant to help [the reader] determine [his] own interpretation of the principles contained in [Narcotics Anonymous'] steps and traditions. [The authors] hope [the reader] will find personal growth, understanding, and empathy in the following pages ... [The book's] primary purpose [is] to carry the message to the still-suffering addict ... The reasons [the] program works, the how and why of recovery, are found in many places, in each other, in [one's] relationship with a Higher Power, in [everyone's] hearts and minds, and finally, in the collective wisdom of [the] members ... [The] principal endeavor in the development of this book has been to capture that collective wisdom in written form ... [The authors] pray that this book truly represents the therapeutic value of one addict helping another.-Introd.



Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions

Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Author Alcoholics Anonymous World Services
ISBN-10 OCLC:961964389
Release 1971
Pages 192
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Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions book for free.



TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS of GreySheeters Anonymous

TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS of GreySheeters Anonymous Author GreySheeters Anonymous
ISBN-10 9781514412688
Release 2015-11-12
Pages 192
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Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of GreySheeters Anonymous Can’t stop eating? Many have found recovery from compulsive eating, obesity, food addiction, binge eating, anorexia, or bulimia in GreySheeters Anonymous (GSA.) The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of GreySheeters Anonymous offers readings, questions for reflection, and shared experiences. Interested? Ask yourself the following questions: • Are you tired of looking for a solution about your weight problem? • Are you ready to try something different? • Are you ready to have freedom from food and the constant thoughts that have kept you imprisoned? • Are you ready to go to any lengths to experience freedom from the phenomenon of craving? GSA is a Twelve Step Program in which the physical aspect (allergy/addiction) of our disease is addressed by the GreySheet food plan, while the mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects are addressed by the program’s Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. We have no dues or fees. We are not affiliated with any other organization. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop eating compulsively. The foods that we eat can be purchased in markets and many restaurants. What we eat is abundant, delicious, and portable.



Codependents Guide to the Twelve Steps

Codependents  Guide to the Twelve Steps Author Melody Beattie
ISBN-10 9780671762278
Release 1992-04-09
Pages 224
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Provides a detailed explanation of the Twelve-Step program designed by Alcoholics Anonymous, accompanied by advice on how to apply the program to codependent issues and cross-addiction



Concordance to Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age and As Bill Sees it

Concordance to Alcoholics Anonymous  Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions  Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age  and As Bill Sees it Author A. Wesley Parrish
ISBN-10 OCLC:48793519
Release 1985
Pages 270
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Concordance to Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age and As Bill Sees it has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Concordance to Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age and As Bill Sees it also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Concordance to Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age and As Bill Sees it book for free.



The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous

The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous Author Overeaters Anonymous, Inc. (U.S.)
ISBN-10 0960989862
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 211
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Explains the twelve steps of Overeaters Anonymous, its program of recovery for food addiction, and the twelve traditions, the principles that guide its groups and services.



Understanding the Twelve Steps

Understanding the Twelve Steps Author Terence T. Gorski
ISBN-10 9780671765583
Release 1991-04-15
Pages 208
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Offers information on understanding and applying the steps in everyday life and interprets the principles behind the AA program



The Twelve Steps Of Alcoholics Anonymous

The Twelve Steps Of Alcoholics Anonymous Author Anonymous
ISBN-10 9781592858019
Release 2009-10-23
Pages 144
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This book brings together a series of short discussions from various authors who interpret the Twelve Steps. The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous form the cornerstone of one of the most effective programs for recovery from alcoholism. The steps have also been successfully adapted for use in the treatment of many other dependencies. This book brings together for the first time a series of short discussions that interpret each of the Twelve Steps--from the admission of individual powerlessness over alcohol that occurs in Step One, to the moral inventory of Step Four and the spiritual awakening of Step Twelve.Each discussion has a separate author, demonstrating the diversity of voices that is at the heart of AA, and each author provides insights that keep the steps fresh and meaningful, whether they've been read once or a hundred times.



There Is a Solution

There Is a Solution Author Pills Anonymous World Service Office
ISBN-10 0989325903
Release 2013-08-01
Pages
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This book was created as a combined text and study guide for pill addicts to use in their recovery, and to further their understanding of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions and apply them in their daily lives. We have found a solution for ourselves and we pray that readers receive the message of hope for a new way of life.



A Skeptic s Guide to the 12 Steps

A Skeptic s Guide to the 12 Steps Author Phillip Z.
ISBN-10 0894867229
Release 1990-10-01
Pages 252
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How many of us have felt like Phillip Z? He has a staunch belief in the Twelve Steps, yet struggles with the concept of a Higher Power.

In A Skeptic's Guide to the 12 Steps, the author investigates each of the Twelve Steps to gain a deeper understanding of a higher power. He examines what may seem like ""unsettling"" concepts to us including surrendering one's will and life to God, and he encourages us to understand the spiritual journey of recovery despite our skepticism.



The Twelve Steps for Everyone

The Twelve Steps for Everyone Author Jerry Hirschfield
ISBN-10 9781592859375
Release 2010-12-21
Pages 144
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This compassionate, insightful book is an adaptation of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous for anyone seeking a practical path to spiritual and emotional freedom. This classic Twelve Step book has sold more than one half-million copies to date. A caring adaptation of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous for anyone seeking a practical path to spiritual and emotional freedom. This compassionate, insightful book is written in the language of the heart, and is used by both lay people and professionals.



Twelve Steps to Loving Yourself

Twelve Steps to Loving Yourself Author Dorothy Marie England
ISBN-10 0880281162
Release 1991
Pages 112
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The Twelve Steps, which originated with Alcoholics Anonymous, are made accessible for everyone who longs for wholeness.



The twelve steps of Overeaters Anonymous

The twelve steps of Overeaters Anonymous Author Overeaters Anonymous, inc. (U.S.)
ISBN-10 0960989838
Release 1990-10
Pages 112
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Twelve Steps For You

Twelve Steps For You Author Dick B.
ISBN-10 1885803982
Release 2005-06-30
Pages 66
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The much-awaited work of A.A. Historian Dick B. on the origins of each of the Twelve Steps. First and foremost a history of each step. How each of A.A.'s co-founders contributed to each of the Steps. It looks at the original Akron A.A. program which had no "Steps" and took its basic ideas from the Bible and its principles and practices primarily from the United Christian Endeavor Movement of Dr. Bob's youth. Then--source by source--it looks at each Step as it was impacted upon by a particular contributor. The Bible, Oxford Group, Rev. Sam Shoemaker, Dr. Bob's wife Anne Smith, the so-called "Six Steps, then the other sources. This book is an historical study of the roots of each Step; and it can be used for individual and group study of the Steps in a very meaningful way.It is also a guide. A guide to understanding, and a guide to taking each Step. It also shows you how to take the Steps exactly as directed in A.A.'s Big Book. It suggests how you might look at each Step in terms of the contributions to that Step's lanugage and meaning by each of its sources. Finally, it provides Christians and other students with a means of considering, learning, and "taking" each of the Steps in light of that Step's biblical and historical roots--with the Big Book, Bible, and history at hand.When you are through, you will have a perspective of the real spiritual utility of the Twelve Steps in a believer's world, despite the secularization and universalism that are diluting all Twelve Step programs and the language used in connection with the Steps. For example, "God as we understood Him" historically and biblically means Almighty God, the Creator, as He is understood by the newcomer at the time of taking Steps 3 and 11. So too "powerless" in Step 1 is presented in its historical context ("I was licked") rather than in some puzzling linquistic context, seldom understood or unraveled.You'll know and guide the taking of the Twelve Steps as they were intended to be understood and as you never did before.



Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous

Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous Author Ian McCabe
ISBN-10 9781781815601
Release 2015-08-24
Pages 188
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"Show me a drunk and I'll show you someone in search of God", is a saying that could be derived from Carl Jung. Jung wrote to Bill Wilson, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), about his understanding of Rowland Hazard's alcoholism: "His craving for alcohol was the equivalent, on a low level, of the spiritual thirst of our being for wholeness, expressed in medieval language: the union with God". .The author visited the archives of the headquarters of A.A. in New York, and discovered new communications between Carl Jung and Bill Wilson. For the first time this correspondence shows Jung's respect for A.A. and in turn, its influence on him. In particular, this research shows how Bill Wilson was encouraged by Jung's writings to promote the spiritual aspect of recovery as opposed to the conventional medical model which has failed so abysmally.The book overturns the long-held belief that Jung distrusted groups. Indeed, influenced by A.A.'s success, Jung gave "complete and detailed instructions" on how the A.A. group format could be developed further and used by "general neurotics".Wilson was an advocate of treating some alcoholics with LSD in order to deflate the ego and induce a spiritual experience. He wrote to Jung for his comments on this controversial idea. Jung was stridently opposed to "short cuts", to transcendent experiences; however he died before he could reply to Wilson's comprehensive letter.The author explains how alcoholism can be diagnosed and understood by professionals and the lay person; by examining the detailed case histories of Jung, the author gives graphic examples of its psychological and behavioural manifestations.By combining the narratives of recovering alcoholics with a Jungian perspective, the author explains how the program of the 12 steps can lead to a journey of spiritual awakening or in Jungian terms, individuation. This book explains in plain words the language of A.A. and takes the reader inside a meeting to show how it works in practice.The final chapter deals with the criticism that both organisations have "cultish" aspects.