Last updated on November 27th, 2016 at 07:43 pm
Just for Today
“Quieting the mind through meditation brings an inner peace that brings us into contact with the God within us.”
Basic Text, pp. 46 – 47
As our recovery progresses, we often reflect on what brought us to Narcotics Anonymous in the first place and are able to appreciate how much the quality of our lives has improved. We no longer have to fear our own thoughts. And the more we pray and meditate, the more we experience a calm sense of well-being. The peace and tranquility we experience during our quiet times confirms that our most important needs — our spiritual needs — are being met.
We are able to empathize with other addicts and strengthen our conscience in the process. We learn to avoid judging others and experience the freedom to be ourselves. In our spiritual reflection, we intuitively find “the God within us” and see that we are in harmony with a Power greater than ourselves.
Just for Today: I will reflect upon the gift of recovery and listen quietly for my Higher Power’s guidance.
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