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Title: The Solution Based Recovery Program you truly desire
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THE SALTBURN RECOVERY COMMUNITY The Solution Based Recovery Program you truly desire, yes everything you desire within that program that ...
THE SALTBURN RECOVERY COMMUNITY
The Solution Based Recovery Program you truly desire, yes everything you desire within that program that is meant to be yours will come when you are finally willing to become the person it takes to work it. One definition being willing as “inclined or favourably disposed in mind: ready.” And ready is defined as “prepared mentally or physically for some experience or action.” To prepare is defined as “to put in a proper state of mind.” And there, yet again, is the root of all things: our “state of mind.” If we were to reverse this and string all this together, we could infer that: When we are in the proper state of mind caused by fulfilling a program of recovery, that has mentally prepared us to be ready and willing, when we become surrendered to the program then and only then life opens up. This statement begs the questions: “What is the proper state of mind?” and “What are we preparing to be ready for?” If you want the answers to these questions, read on. First and most importantly let us ask, “What is the proper state of mind?”

Within our surrender we must open up. It is written that we must have the mind of a child in order to grasp the deeper meaning of life. What is a child like? A child is new, untainted and curious. A child knows nothing of failure, of heartbreak, of death or other people’s opinions. A child lives curiously in the present. Let us make our goal to let go of the tainted old thoughts that hold us back. The thoughts that there is no love out there, that our dreams are not achievable, that happy endings don’t exist or that you’re just not supposed to succeed. Let us make it our aim to return to having the mind of a child. Not forgetting our past, but learning from it and not allowing it to taint our present moment. Let us not know anything of failure and just proceed daily with the intention that we will eventually get it right. Let us not give up in frustration but instead return to curiosity and see everything that happens as a lesson and let us remember that delays are not denials. Next, “What are we preparing to be ready for?” The recovery journey.

When we meet the journey with a new recovery mind, in every moment we begin to step into its magic. We begin to enjoy the journey instead of being terrified by it. When we have the mind of a child, we are humble and receptive to new information. We do not let our egos get the best of us, so that we can humbly follow guidance rather than thinking that we know it all. Having the mind of a child is the first step, but once we do, we have now properly mentally prepared ourselves for the journey into our recovering self. If we enter our journey with a tainted, jaded and cynical mindset, we will miss many opportunities and improperly label grace as disaster.

Let us make it our intention to set out on the journey of recovery today with the new mind of a child. Not throwing away what we’ve learned, but learning to reinterpret what we’ve been through so that it serves us moving forward, rather than hold us back. Let us meet the journey from a curious, humble, yet empowered point of view that turns disaster into grace, rejection into protection and crisis into opportunity. You see, when we meet the recovery journey in this new way, life opens up. We begin to let go of what pains us and embrace what sustains us. We see everything in a new way and can receive, where before we may have judged and kept out. To be humble, curious and new in our approach, but still honour our recovery will produce a new spiritual approach. This is the approach that enables us to manifest our recovery. Let us be willing today. Let us meet today with the new eyes of our child. Let us decide to be brand new in our recovery today.
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