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Meditations for Today - Wednesday 11.30.22

Wild Life PARCs (Gnarcans) Meditation (Chanting):

Practice calming yourself by chanting silly love songs,

https://youtu.be/I21Uq6MEC3g


Wild Life PARCs (Gnarcans) Meditation (Sitting):

"Practice what helps you let go."

https://youtu.be/LBov4FFoysc





Alcoholics Anonymous Meditation:

Daily Reflections | Alcoholics Anonymous (aa.org)

November 30

At the personal level, anonymity provides protection for all members from identification as alcoholics, a safeguard often of special importance to newcomers. At the level of press, radio, TV, and films, anonymity stresses the equality in the Fellowship of all members by putting the brake on those who might otherwise exploit their A.A. affiliation to achieve recognition, power, or personal gain. "UNDERSTANDING ANONYMITY," p. 5 Attraction is the main force in the Fellowship of A.A. The miracle of continuous sobriety of alcoholics within A.A. confirms this fact every day. It would be harmful if the Fellowship promoted itself by publicizing, through the media of radio and TV, the sobriety of well-known public personalities who became members of A.A. If these personalities happened to have slips, outsiders would think our movement is not strong and they might question the veracity of the miracle of the century. Alcoholics Anonymous is not anonymous, but its members should be.




Narcotics Anonymous Meditation:

November 30, 2022

Sharing the real me

Page 348


"Sharing with others keeps us from feeling isolated and alone."


Basic Text, p. 85


Intimacy is the sharing of our innermost thoughts and feelings with another human being. Many of us long for the warmth and companionship intimacy brings, but those things don't come without effort. In our addiction, we learned to guard ourselves from others lest they threaten our using. In recovery, we learn how to trust others. Intimacy requires us to lower our defenses. To feel the closeness intimacy brings, we must allow others to get close to us-the real us.


If we are to share our innermost selves with others, we must first have an idea of what those innermost selves are truly like. We regularly examine our lives to find out who we really are, what we really want, and how we really feel. Then, based on our regular inventories of ourselves, we must be as completely and consistently honest with our friends as we can be.