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SOBER JOURNEY BOOKS

 

 

A Guide to Prayer and Meditation in Recovery

For those who are newly sober or dealing with emotional or spiritual health issues, the quest for serenity can be a difficult challenge. Once someone becomes sober, or rebounds from an emotional crisis, peace of mind becomes an essential part of long-term recovery and spiritual stability.

 

Prayer and meditation are simple, reliable and time-tested methods that can help anyone find contentment and peace.

The Sober Journey: A Guide to Prayer and Meditation in Recovery offers easy-to-follow guidelines for people who are newly sober or just want to improve their mental, emotional and spiritual health. There are many forms of prayer and meditation in the world. In fact, there are so many choices that it can become overwhelming and confusing. The challenge is finding what works best for each of us as individuals. Prayer and meditation are not one-size-fits-all spiritual tools. Each of us has to find the path that works best, based on our own needs and personalities. The Sober Journey is written with “newcomers” in mind; anyone who is either new to sobriety or new to prayer and meditation and the search for a Higher Power and a productive, successful life.

 

"The author tackles the subject of sobriety with a brutal honesty that is not only refreshing but uplifting."

-Readers Favorite (5 Star Review)

  

 “This guide will take you step by step and teach you how to respect and love yourself again… The Sober Journey is insightful, inspirational and reassuring.”


- Reviewed By Lesley Jones

 “This book is transparent, insightful and addresses the root of addiction... This book will help the reader to know that they're not on their own; help is on the way if they seek it.”

- Reviewed By Vernita Naylor

A Practical Guide to Health, Nutrition and

Fitness in Early Sobriety

Being sober and being healthy are often two different things. Addiction to alcohol and drugs causes serious damage to the human body, so it’s important to find a way to recover our health after recovering our sobriety. Based on the authors own experience with addiction, The Sober Journey: A Practical Guide to Health, Nutrition and Fitness in Early Sobriety offers a simple and easy plan for getting healthy, one day at a time.

Sobriety is difficult for anyone. If you’re new to sobriety, or have been sober for years, there are unique challenges to face every day. What you eat, how you exercise, and how you treat yourself spiritually and mentally are crucial if you want to live a happy and productive life. Written with many examples from the author’s own life, and offering an easy guide to follow, The Sober Journey is for anyone seeking to develop a healthy body, mind and spirit.

 

Includes:

  • How Addiction Harms Our Body

  • Proper Nutrition Guides and Tips

  • Easy Exercise Routines and Ideas

  • Spiritual Development Tools

 

Who Can Benefit from This Book:

  • Women in sobriety  

  • Men in sobriety

  • Young people in sobriety

  • People struggling with depression

  • People interested in self-help treatment solutions

  • Anyone who is on a sober journey   

  • Anyone who wants to make lifestyle changes

  • Anyone trying to improve their health

  • Anyone who is in sobriety or trying to get sober

"This book is packed with information that will help readers understand the various ways addiction destroys the body, implement nutrition and exercise tips, and use the spiritual and mental tools to help boost their commitment to staying healthy. This is a beautifully written book that addresses both the physical and the spiritual needs of readers."

-Readers Favorite (5 Star Review)

"Dirk Foster has a lot of experience to share with readers and the information they need. The great news is that he makes it so accessible that readers will believe they can pull through. This book just became one of my strongest guides to staying healthy, a gift to share with others."

- R. Dzemo