The Cubs, Kardashians, And Other Nonsense We Distract Ourselves With

The human physical form is made up of roughly 50 – 100 trillion cells and each one of those cells is producing 100,000 different chemical reactions every second of every day that we’re alive! Can you imagine what our lives would be like if our conscious thought was the force behind such a massive mathematical […]

The Haunted House

For many, the road to recovery is a lot like going through a haunted house. It could be a haunted house, haunted mansion, or even a haunted forest… whatever you want. The point is that there’s a beginning and an end, with a whole lot of scary shit in between. Think about how you might […]

Using Your Diet To Help Eliminate Your Addictions

Congratulations on making the choice to stop letting your addictions control your life. What’s your plan now? Do you have one or are you just going to tough it out? Here are some diet tips that will help change your body biologically, which will make eliminating your addictions much more successful and much faster than […]

100 Days of BeHigherBeings. Day 1- Changing The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Welcome to day 1 of 100 Days of BeHigherBeings! I want to use the next 100 days to connect with you by documenting and sharing reflections, realizations, self-awareness, emotions, techniques to overcome ourselves, how we can grow and present ourselves coming from a place of love, and learning what it all means to the vision […]

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

What stories do you tell yourself???  

#BeHigherBeings: How To Be Happy

What makes you happy? One of the best questions ever! Isn’t that what all of us are ultimately looking for… happiness? If you really think about it, even every little move we make can be associated with our body’s way of trying to find happiness. Think of when you’re lying or sitting in a position […]

2019 Will Be Simple… Not Always Easy.

Using the Kindergarten Mentality in 2019

Getting sober can seem tricky, and the reason it seems that way is because we think we know it all, but we could not be farther from the truth. We figure that we’re adults and we’ve gotten this far, so we tend to rely on what we think we know to get us even further. […]

Ignorance is a Choice

Ignorance is a Choice-In the age of information, ignorance is a choice. – Dr. Joe Dispenza. Do you still think that you’re an alcoholic because alcoholism is in your genes? Do you still buy the phrase so often and haphazardly repeated in AA…? “Once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic.” Like I quoted Dr. Dispenza a […]

Finding Ways to Love Yourself… With a Little Help

If you had a chance to take a substance that would tell you exactly how you were feeling so you can deal with those emotions right then and there, would you use it? “Have you learned about the importance of knowing how you’re feeling or why you’re feeling a certain way yet?” might be an […]

Recovered: The Cure for Alcoholism

This book is for everyone, as we all know someone who is struggling with difficulties in life. The information in here is the real deal for recovering from alcoholism. Use the solutions in this book by themselves or add them to any recovery program that you’re in now to make it more effective. It will […]

How Marijuana Can Help You in Alcohol Recovery.

Many people have the idea that once you stop drinking that everything else is off limits no matter how non-addictive it is, or how much it can help. Many people are basing their beliefs on old and uneducated ideas like Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” campaign back in the eighties. Since then, cannabis has been […]

Neil’s Story: An Article Written About The Kindergarten Mentality on OneStep.life

INSPIRATION – STORIES Becoming the Father I Wanted to Be through Recovery: Neil’s Story Years of carrying around unhealthy coping mechanisms in a hard-driving industry spawned addiction in Neil’s life that ship-wrecked relationships and brought tremendous challenges. A new approach of re-learning how to think brought breakthrough, which has opened up opportunities to reconnect with […]

Selfishness, Desperation, and Alcoholism.

I’ve been observing a lot of my own behaviors trying to connect them with something I may have learned in the past that I kept repeating, that eventually turned out to be something negative, like selfishness. I observe something like anger or frustration and take that feeling back in time to see if I’m reacting […]

Alcoholism and Learning

So, you’ve quit drinking and have now gone back to your old life. You wake up and do the same things you always do. Talk to the same people you always talk to. You watch the same shows you always watch. You eat the same diet and have the same thought about exercise that you’ve […]

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