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Title: Avoiding the deepest levels of pain is part of the old fellowships mentality.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Avoiding the deepest levels of pain is part of the old fellowships mentality. They replace the depression of the alcoholic with the grandi...
Avoiding the deepest levels of pain is part of the old fellowships mentality. They replace the depression of the alcoholic with the grandiosity and dissociation of so-called recovery. This is a spiritual step backwards.  
The fellowships perpetuate a belief that full spirituality is attainable by simply admitting the damage you’ve done to others and making amends. This is untrue. Admitting your past wrongs does lessen the cycle of guilt and shame, and does not resolve your own traumas – the damage done to you by your Childhood. Childhood abuse must be addressed and fully grieved and mourned for a deeper healing to take place.

Any program, that thinks you can heal without fully exhuming, grieving, and ultimately understanding your past traumas is siding with your abusive parents and perpetuating the addictive cycle of self-delusion.

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