#17 3 Dimensional Shadow
Do you have a 3 dimensional shadow? Has anybody ever tried to measure its thickness & what would the purpose would it serve? The idea behind today’s podcast is to look a bit further at the universe we see. Really, to look at the spaces in between what is real and what is illusion. Are we capable of seeing true 2 dimensional space or are we bound to our 3 dimensional perspectives?
This is so relevant to our recovery. In addiction we lose sight of reality and get lost in our minds. It’s not even necessary to use drugs or alcohol to lose touch with real life and go spiraling out of control. Finding our way back can be a real challenge. This is where the true restoration to sanity lies.
I found the material of this podcast very interesting and really enjoyed the discussion. I hope you do too.
This podcast was recorded as a series of lectures given to people in 12 step addiction recovery treatment. The purpose of these talks was to teach and motivate individuals to search for their own spiritual solution to their addiction.
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