In the 41st Chapter of the Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu reminds us of the paradoxical nature of truth. When we smirk at an answer, that is not self-serving, that answer probably needs to be reconsidered. A small shift can mean the difference between peace and joy or frustration and angst.
Here is a link to an online version of the Tao Te Ching that we use in every meeting; :1972,1988,1996,2004/section:37" rel="nofollow">https://ttc.tasuki.org/display:Year:1972,1988,1996,2004/section:41
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Are you interested in listening to sober meditations, where a thought is shared per meditation that helped the meditator with their recovery? Here is a link to a 100% free app called Sober Meditations, or search Sober Meditations in both Apple and Google App Stores.
This app has many uses, including contemplative meditation, recovery topic study, meeting discussion topics, sponsee education on the steps – just another free tool for your recovery toolbox! We have heard that our 2 minute Craving Meditations have been beneficial for those early in sobriety, not only for alcohol but any addictive issues that recovery tools would apply!
Here are two google calendars you might like. One is a daily thought that is a mix of Christian, ACIM, Tao, and AA thoughts, one per day, and the other is A Course In Miracles calendar of the daily lessons throughout the year.
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