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Title: The greatest problem with long term recovery, and for that matter short term recovery is that of dissociation within groups (being split-off from one’s deepest truth) which mimics recovery
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The greatest problem with long term recovery, and for that matter short term recovery is that of dissociation within groups (being split-...
The greatest problem with long term recovery, and for that matter short term recovery is that of dissociation within groups (being split-off from one’s deepest truth) which mimics recovery – but it isn’t recovery. The Dissociate mimics recovery, but hides out in escapism within a single or most usually a group environment which becomes self perpetuating in that each person reinforces the other dysfunction.
For us who become dissociated over time we live in great peace. But this is only because we have blocked out our negative feelings and stuffed them down.We have become numbed which we mistake for peace. The truly recovered resolve our negatives feelings by studying the stages, and thus knows that the peace we feel is not false.
We who are dissociated do not suffer. But this is only because we have abandoned our healing process and numbed out our pain. Recovery grows from the fertilised soil of suffering.
We who are dissociated call ourselves recovering. But this is only because we have they have no conception of what recovery is. RECOVERY is the polar opposite of dissociation.
We who are dissociated are not easily emotionally ruffled. But this is only because there lies a thick wall buffering our hidden, vulnerable self from the sharp and often honest edges of the world. The recovered are much less protected, but have such a deep core of self-love that they can defend themselves gently.
We who are dissociated feel we have mastered forgiveness. But this is only because we completely deny the harm done to us – and the damage remaining. The recovered forgive spontaneously and without effort because we have fully embraced our damaged parts and we grieve every honest ounce of our misery.
We who are dissociated are extremely self-confident. But this is only because our self-deceptive armour is impenetrable to self-reflection. The self-confidence of recovery is fed by the universal spring of life.
We who are dissociated gravitate naturally toward leadership roles. But this is only because we are experts at leading ourselves away from our heart’s true course. The recovered person leads right to the heart of the matter.
We who are dissociated have gone through hell to get to where we’re at. But we fail to realise that we’re still stuck right in hell. Recovery is the freedom of emotional integration.
We who are dissociated feel we have found our true self. But this is only because we equate our true self with no self at all – or at best a false self or ego based on a distorted sense of consciousness. Recovery is the true self linked with the conscious mind.
We who are dissociated consider ourselves paragons of spirituality. But this is only because our spirits are so buried behind walls of denial that they have no conception of what spirit is.
Recovery is the passionate spirit of the child held by the consciousness of the adult.
We who are dissociated are quite motivated, sophisticated, and convincing. But this is only because we perennially risk returning to suffering if we do not convince everyone of our lie. Recovery brings a motivation to spread the truth that is everyone’s birthright.
We who are dissociated act decisively. But this is only because we cannot see or question our unconscious motivation. The Recovered person is also decisive, but only because we have no unconscious traumas, because in our healing we process all of it, like a now-useless appendage, it has dissolved and fallen away.
Dissociation is contrary to our Recovery.Behind dissociation lies unresolved trauma, and only once trauma is resolved can the light of consciousness enter the core of our being and we can become truly free and recovered.

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  1. I like the explanation of the difference between protecting oneself against reality and being recovered enough to bear direct contact with reality.

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  2. For the first time in recovery we begin to understand the term liberation and feel the unconscious start to free itself.We feel others can communicate more freely with us under a welcoming veil of loving kindness.

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