Here is a proposal for a unique, mindful meditation that is unlike anything you have ever encountered before. Not “Contemplative Prayer,” not "Affirmations", “Real Meditation for Real Alcoholics” goes beyond the common techniques of self-management and mind control and introduces readers to a non-religious, mindful technique that is the "missing link” to spiritual liberation.
With its logical, practical, yet amazingly simple presentation, “Real Meditation for Real Alcoholics, also serves as the companion piece to a set of free audio links accompanying this book. Readers are encouraged to use and freely share with others, the complimentary downloads and streaming links to a lightly "guided" narratives in the author’s own voice.
Front matter includes unsolicited testimonials of recovered alcoholics all over the world who have experienced dramatic life changing results immediately after beginning this meditation technique as taught and practiced by the author.
Through the power of word, experience and personal example, author Danny J. Schwarzhoff introduces a revolutionary, “cradle to grave” delineation of alcoholic obsession, craving and spiritual disease, imparting an understanding of the malady that corroborates the description of the alcoholic proffered through “Alcoholics Anonymous”.
In this inaugurate presentation, Schwarzhoff demystifies alcoholism and addiction, using his own experiences to hit readers in their visceral sweet spot. Even non-alcoholics will identify with the author’s characterizations of the flawed, human condition presented in clear terms anyone can easily follow.
Readers receive a clear illustration of the mysteriously simple dynamics of spiritual disease and spontaneous spiritual awakening along with a heavy emphasis on the daily maintenance of the awakened, conscious state through the Twelve Step style meditation provided.
“Real Meditation for Real Alcoholics” convinces readers that, like the author, they too can easily access a very special spiritual skill that is unlike any they have ever seen before. It will enliven their recovery experience while still practicing the Principles they so cherish, thereby resolving any Step Eleven dilemma common to recovered and recovering alcoholics.
The search for a powerful, effective daily meditation is over.
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