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What the Big Book says about Step 10

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    This thought brings us to Step Ten, which suggests we continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any new mistakes as we go along.

    To continue, we must first begin. We learn how to take inventory in Steps Four and Five. We learn how to address our character defects in Steps Six and Seven. We learn how to make amends for the harm we cause in Steps Eight and Nine. We practice these techniques until we master them. Then we are at Step 10.



    We vigorously commenced this way of living as we cleaned up the past

    We enter the world of the spirit when we have cleared away all of the obstacles that stand in our way. To maintain our conscious contact with our Higher Power we must continue to practice the principles of the program. Should we revert back to self-sufficiency we become separated from God.



    We have entered the world of Spirit.

    We grow by study and practice. Bill W. adopted spiritual ideas and practices that brought about a spiritual awakening while in Town’s Hospital. He reflected upon his experience so that he could transmit this experience to others. The result was the Twelve Steps of AA. By studying this program of action and practicing the principles described in this book, we become more effective at carrying this solution to others.

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