This monthly series describes the 12 Step journey. The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous were originally conceived as an antidote to alcoholism and have now been adopted to address all addictions. The AA co-founder, Bill Wilson, prophesized in the First Edition textbook “Alcoholics Anonymous”: “our way of living may have its advantages for all.”
Herb K, sober since 1984/awakened since 1988, has adapted and applied this Twelve Step process to the general human condition of “restless, irritable, and discontent.” He has successfully integrated
his knowledge of philosophy, psychology, and spirituality with his experience of the 12 Step process to effect a radical change in an individual’s thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and especially personal behaviors.
This 12 Step series unpacks our journey for establishing and sustaining relationships: with Reality/reality, with our self and with others.
You will learn, apply, and experience the precise instructions from the Big Book Alcoholics Anonymous – a methodology for a radical personal change. This effort promises a gradual turning from the bondage of darkness … addiction & unmanageability … to … release in sunlight … freedom & hope.”
Herb’s journey includes: 7 years in Claretian seminary, a graduate education in psychology, forty years in human resources consulting, certification as a Spiritual Director, active participation in a 12 Step Fellowship since 1984 and the publication of three books on spiritual awakening. A practitioner of Centering Prayer, Herb also facilitates a gathering (ZOOM) for Centering Prayer on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. ALL are welcome to join in this experience.