Phase 1- Steps 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5- Admission of Powerlessness and connecting to God through salvation. We begin inventorying of our lives and sharing this inventory with God and choose another human being to share Step 4 with, this is usually a sponsor chosen from outside the group at AA meetings attended weekly
Phase 2- Steps 6, 7, 8 & 9- Being entirely ready to have God remove our defects discussed in Phase 1 then asking God to remove them. Steps 8 & 9 Is where “The rubber meets the road”. Listing all persons we have harmed in step 8 and actually making these amends in step 9 if it does not harm them or us. This can be done in person, by letters or a living amends. Good sobriety is actually not how many meetings we attend, how long we’ve been sober, it’s how we treat others. This is accomplished in many cases by Living Amends
The following begins the maintenance of our spiritual condition.
Phase 3- Steps 10, 11 & 12- We continue a daily inventory of our life each day and make amends when we are wrong. We will discuss the importance of maintaining our spiritual life with God through prayer and meditation. Here we will allow phase 6 clients to interact and help counselors with phase 1 clients by carrying the message and sharing their experience, strength and hope with others. Relapse prevention, life skills, support groups will be discussed in week 1.
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