About the Book
"The comprehensive accomplishment of sobriety and its lifelong work towards wholeness, adamantly suggests that for every relapse, we rebound. And so long as we continue to rebound, we continue to recover. For every slip up, we continue to stand tall. We never, ever give up." - Nelson Quinones, IINothing is more important to someone, than achieving what they have set out to accomplish.Specifically, "Four into Twelve Gives Three," written from a recovering addict's experience and perspective, acknowledges the internal struggle that current addicts, recovering addicts and those affected by the disease of addiction, constantly face during the uphill battle with maintaining long-term sobriety. This real-life account functions as a guide, providing four spiritual principles, aimed at supplementing a person's journey during their 12-step program. It is also intended to be referred to even after a person may have concluded their program, or seeks to rejoin a rehabilitation program, due to a relapse or the necessity to resume support towards sobriety. This guide can be used to employ a more Spiritual and Compassionate outlook, towards overcoming any addiction. "Four Into Twelve Gives Three" draws from the 12 steps and 12 traditions, as spiritually rejuvenating life epiphanies to experience the following: To Believe in Yourself, To Forgive Yourself and Others; To Love Yourself Completely and To Live Your Complete Truth. These principles are accomplishable, explained from a tangibly encountered point of view. These four epiphanies are ultimately intended to support the lifestyle and mindset changes necessary for your mind, your body and your soul.First-hand experience ensures that with time and effort, spiritual awareness, and compassionate vulnerability, you will accomplish comprehensive and sustainable long-term sobriety. But this can only be achieved, by establishing an internal appreciation for the self and applying principles necessary to effectuate that appreciation. This guide empowers your journey towards healing and wholeness, blending Spiritual Life principles with practical methods and traditions, to accomplish and to SUSTAIN your sobriety.This book can be applied to anyone's life, regardless of the presence of substance abuse addiction, food addiction, addiction to worry, etc. Everyone in life experiences some form of an unhealthy detachment and compulsive codependency. Also, the Spirit is life. Therefore, these spiritual principles are applicable in every area of everyone's lives! Peace and Blessings to you!