CREATE SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINE
Sovegna defines spiritual discipline as a personal journey into the depths of one’s self that ultimately seeks oneness or connectedness with some-thing greater than the self. The pursuit of spiritual development predictably leads to a deepening sense of self-acceptance, forgiveness, and healing. There are as many paths to spiritual discipline as there are individuals. This process can be non-secular, as well as adapt to any belief structure.
Spiritual discipline greatly contributes to forging and sustaining a path of recovery. For example, no one needs to have a drink, view pornography, or use other addictive substances. We may want those experiences. However, we do need to take care of ourselves and our health. Finding and trusting love within and sourcing that love from an entity greater than ourselves leads to dramatic reductions in cravings and relapse.
At Sovegna, the principles of mindfulness are the undercurrent and interwoven structure that facilitate the practice of spiritual discipline. Suggested themes, related therapeutic journal work and pragmatic exercises are readily accessible and/or assigned throughout our