Erin has posted a wonderful experience of a spiritual awakening – the epiphany type – an educational spiritual awakening is happening for her. And, epiphanies remove the mask of denial whether it be for alcoholism, addiction or co-dependency.
Erin said; So I’ve talked, almost a sickening amount, about how active addiction keeps us from developing life skills. But what I really haven’t discussed is how being in addiction recovery makes building up life skills possible.
There I am driving down the road. I should be concentrating on, oh I don’t know… driving. But I’m not. I’m thinking about what it would take for my husband, my son and myself to be able to move out of where we live now. This train of thought somehow turned into setting goals for myself and then… Boom. It hit me, an epiphany.
Don’t be embarrassed to say that you don’t know how to properly do something. The only embarrassing thing would be if you were unwilling to learn.
Full story at What Winners Do
|Journey Into Now:Clear Guidance on the Path of Spiritual Awakening
by Leonard Jacobson