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    X3 pure men's chapt 15a X3 pure men's chapt 15a Presentation Transcript

    • Session 15: X3pure Men’s Series The Journey
    • Review
    • Review Unwanted Sexual Behavior | |
    • Review Unwanted Sexual Behavior | | White-Knuckle Change Real Change | | | | Abstinence Understanding of Physiology | | | | Relapse Abstinence | | Acceptance of Conditional Love | | Pursuit of Unconditional Love
    • Review
    • Review • White Knuckle Change vs. Real Change
    • Review • White Knuckle Change vs. Real Change - White Knuckle Change is the change in behavior without addressing the system, or environment, that is causing the behavior.
    • Review • White Knuckle Change vs. Real Change - White Knuckle Change is the change in behavior without addressing the system, or environment, that is causing the behavior. - Real Change is a complete examination and alteration of one’s life, how it is structured, who is in it, and what meaning life ultimately has for you.
    • Review
    • Review • The real issue with our Unwanted Sexual Behavior is conditional love.
    • Review • The real issue with our Unwanted Sexual Behavior is conditional love. • The only pathway to recovery is to convert the conditional love that we have experienced or are experiencing in our lives into unconditional love.
    • Review
    • Review 1. Psychologically examine our feelings, which means that we pay attention, and are attuned to, our feelings, especially feelings of conditional love and where those feelings came from.
    • Review 1. Psychologically examine our feelings, which means that we pay attention, and are attuned to, our feelings, especially feelings of conditional love and where those feelings came from. 2. Seek, establish, and engage in community, which means that we rebuild the interpersonal bridge that was broken for us at a young age because of conditional love.
    • Review
    • Review 3. We accomplish this conversion of conditional love into unconditional love when we ensure that individuals and communities are unconditionally loving by exercising Truth, Trust, and Territory.
    • Review 3. We accomplish this conversion of conditional love into unconditional love when we ensure that individuals and communities are unconditionally loving by exercising Truth, Trust, and Territory. 4. Develop and Explore Genuine Faith seeing God as the ultimate Source of unconditional love and enjoy that source.
    • The Journey
    • The Journey Unwanted Sexual Behavior | |
    • The Journey Unwanted Sexual Behavior | | White-Knuckle Change Real Change | | | | Abstinence Understanding of Physiology | | | | Relapse Abstinence | | Acceptance of Conditional Love | | Pursuit of Unconditional Love
    • The Journey
    • The Journey • The purpose and value of the map is to help you stay on the line when you are feeling unbalanced, get you back up on the line when and if you have fallen off.
    • The Journey • The purpose and value of the map is to help you stay on the line when you are feeling unbalanced, get you back up on the line when and if you have fallen off. • Addiction is about the brain’s desire to hide some very deep, dark, challenging secrets that the addict simply doesn’t want to realize or face.
    • The Journey
    • The Journey • God doesn’t want you to be sober because he wants you to obey rules
    • The Journey • God doesn’t want you to be sober because he wants you to obey rules • God wants you sober because he wants you to discover the wonderful person he has created you to be
    • The Other Side
    • The Other Side • Facing the lies
    • The Other Side • Facing the lies • Friendships will either need to be strengthened through truth, or lost through truth
    • The Other Side • Facing the lies • Friendships will either need to be strengthened through truth, or lost through truth • The biggest experience you will need to face in being sober is not just your outer environment, but your inner environment
    • The Other Side • Facing the lies • Friendships will either need to be strengthened through truth, or lost through truth • The biggest experience you will need to face in being sober is not just your outer environment, but your inner environment • Facing difficult emotions
    • The Other Side
    • The Other Side • It gets easier and easier the further away from your addiction you get.
    • The Other Side • It gets easier and easier the further away from your addiction you get. • Once you see it, you can’t not see it. That is the process of shattering the illusion of addiction.
    • The Other Side
    • The Other Side • Physical Symptoms
    • The Other Side • Physical Symptoms - Difficulty sleeping - Fatigue - Nervousness and irritability - Nausea - Rapid heartbeat - Shortness of breath - Headaches - Shakes - High sexual arousal - Body aches - Increased desire to eat - Sensitivity in the genitals - Itching skin - Sweats and chills
    • Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous Big Book of Recovery
    • Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous Big Book of Recovery “We cannot go through your withdrawal for you, nor would we, if we could. Who would knowingly volunteer to go though it again? Certainly none of us! Yet the pain of each withdrawal is unique and special, even precious (although you probably don’t think so). In a sense, the experience is you, a part of you which has been trying to surface for a long time. You have been avoiding or postponing this pain for a long time now, yet you have never been able to lastingly outrun it. You need to go through withdrawal in order to become a whole person. You need to meet yourself. Behind the terror of what you fear, withdrawal contains the seeds for your own personal wholeness. It must be experienced for you to realize, or make real, that potential for you and your life that has been stored there for so long.”