2017 Sedona Recovery Series

Recovery in a Different Dimension

Experience intimate and powerful excursions into different dimensions of recovery.  Learn the method of Centering Prayer as an 11th Step Practice, or go Beyond Belief and take a nontheistic walk through the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions.  Discover that, Obstacles are the Spiritual Path, let you inner history geek run free at the 4th Symposium on AA History or gain insights on how to Live in the 4th Dimension.

This is an unprecedented opportunity to attend a intimate multi-speaker weekends with dozens, rather than hundreds of attendees. You are invited to reflect on the arc of your own recovery, as you listen, while cradled in the arms of the Sedona Mago Retreat.

In memory of Mel Barger, a dear friend and a great AA member!

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Mel Barger, renowned AA historian and long time member, passed “beyond our sight hearing,” on February 19th, 2017. He is a friend who will be sorely missed. As a contributor to the Grapevine, Mel had many conversations with Bill Wilson, which he shared with grace and humor.  Extraordinarily generous with his time and talents, Mel encouraged fellow members of AA for over 66 years.  He was the principal author of the official biography of Bill Wilson — Pass It On: The story of Bill Wilson and how the A.A. message reached the world — published by the New York AA office in 1984.

He also wrote New Wine: The Spiritual Roots of the 12 Step Miracle and My Search for Bill Wilson among other books.

Spiritual Journey – Living in the 4th Dimension

September 29 – October 1, 2017

On this extraordinary weekend, these dynamic speakers will reflect and share, with humor and insight, the arc of their own spiritual unfoldment since getting sober and the specific spiritual practices which helped influence and shape their relationship with a Higher Power.

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Beyond Belief: An Agnostic Journey through the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions

October 27 – 29, 2017

Author Joe C., will share a an unfettered, non-theistic walk through the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions. This is an approach to recovery where AA members don’t have to accept anyone’s beliefs or deny their own.

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