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Title: Step 10.Metamorphosis We have entered the world of the Spirit, Someone has said that they are not changed – merely transformed.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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If we look at and work Step 10, we will discover that this suggested commitment to its constant practice affects every single area of ou...


If we look at and work Step 10, we will discover that this suggested commitment to
its constant practice affects every single area of our lives. It must affect every single area of our
lives, if we are truly attempting to work it constantly.
When we attempt this constant practice of Step 10, we find we start to become different
people from what we were. This is not some far-fetched mystical claim. It is something that we
have seen happen time and again with members of 12-Step programs who have moved from a
repetitive practice of the first nine Steps to a committed practice of the last three.
They are the same people they used to be, but in some profound way they are different.
Someone has said that they are not changed – merely transformed.

... Step 10 ... suggests we continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any
new mistakes as we go along. We vigorously commenced this way of living as we cleaned up the
past. We have entered the world of the Spirit. Our next function is to grow in understanding and
effectiveness. This is not an overnight matter. It should continue for our lifetime. Continue to
watch for selfishness, dishonesty, resentment, and fear. When these crop up, we ask God at once
to remove them. We discuss them with someone immediately and make amends quickly if we have
harmed anyone. Then we resolutely turn our thoughts to someone we can help. Love and
tolerance of others is our code.
Some of us reduce this outline to the following simple approach:
Moment by moment, we
ask ourselves the following questions:
Right here, right now, what am I thinking?
Right here, right now, what am I feeling?
Right here, right now, what am I doing? What am I considering doing?
In other words, we attempt to watch ourselves constantly.
Depending on what we discover about ourselves with these questions, we may take certain
actions – or refrain from taking certain actions. We may decide an apology is in order. We may
pray about our answers. We may even decide to write about them at some length. But none of
these things can happen unless we are aware on an ongoing basis of our thoughts, feelings, and
actions.
Here again are the questions we constantly ask ourselves as part of our Step 10:
Right here, right now, what am I thinking?
Right here, right now, what am I feeling?
Right here, right now, what am I doing? What am I considering doing?


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