Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

Messages List

10722

The great/central fact-BB Page 25

Hi there, On Page 25 of 'Alcoholics Anonymous', it says, "...our Creator has entered into our hearts and lives in a way which is indeed miraculous." Where is
pauguspass
3:37 PM
#10722
 
10721

Re: Quiet Time, automatic writing, and the Emmanuel Movement

Batterson's pamphlet was not viewed as a means to "contact the unconscious self," but to contact God--to hear God, to get daily direction. Wally P.'s book,
Page one-sixty-four
Jul 1
#10721
 
10720

First Play About the Community History of A.A.

The First Play About the Community History of A.A.: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ben-rimalower/the-first-play-about-the-_b_7664 984.html
Bill
Jul 1
#10720
 
10719

Quiet Time, automatic writing, and the Emmanuel Movement

Automatic writing as discussed in the Emmanuel Movement literature: it is seen by them as a way of contacting the unconscious. (Remember that in both William
Glenn Chesnut
Jun 30
#10719
 
10718

Quiet Time, automatic writing, and the Emmanuel Movement

Automatic writing as discussed in the Emmanuel Movement literature: it is seen by them as a way of contacting the unconscious. (Remember that in both William
Glenn Chesnut
Jun 30
#10718
 
10717

Re: Quiet Time, guidance, John Batterson's How to Listen

From Christa Vinci and walkwithpurpose .............................................................................................................. From:
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 30
#10717
 
10716

Re: Quiet Time, guidance, John Batterson's How to Listen

Here is a link with a document by John E. Batterson titled: “How to Listen.” https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/102806363/HowtoListen1.pdf Bob S.
robert stonebraker
Jun 30
#10716
 
10715

Re: Basic Text vs Textbook

I couldn't agree more. Thank you both for saying out loud what I've been pondering for quite a few years recently. Ken G /ICloud Mobile 760-504-5707
Ken Guther
Jun 30
#10715
 
10714

The First Play on the Community History of A.A.

From Laurie Andrews (jennylaurie1 at hotmail.com) "The First Play About the Community History of A.A." by Ben Rimalower in Huffpost
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 30
#10714
 
10713

Re: Photo of the son of Tex A. (brother of Sybil C.)

From: Arthur S. (Arlington, Texas) = (Arthur.S@...): Glenn - if you want to post these - they are the only two images I have of Sybil
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 30
#10713
 
10712

Re: Traditions: long form vs. short form

The Big Book defines sobriety as “freedom from alcohol.” That seems pretty easy to interpret and understand provided one doesn’t let their imagination
Arthur
Jun 30
#10712
 
10711

Re: Traditions: long form vs. short form

From tp@..., dubfactor2002, and james.scarpine ================================================== Sobriety as moderation vs. sobriety as total
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 28
#10711
 
10710

Re: Traditions: long form vs. short form

From Tom Pasek (tp@...), dubfactor2002, and james.scarpine ================================================== Sobriety as moderation vs. sobriety as
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 28
#10710
 
10709

Re: Meeting Attendance book

From elginsv and rrecovery2002 ....................................................... elginsv While doing some archives research
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 28
#10709
 
10708

Re: Quiet Time, guidance, John Batterson's How to Listen

From: Barry Murtaugh = bear8512100 Bob S. loves this Automatic Writing thing from Oxford Group practice. Some early AA's actually
AAHistoryLovers
Jun 26
#10708
 
View First Topic Go to View Last Topic
Loading 1 - 15 of total 10,722 messages