The Red Road to Wellbriety

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The Red Road to Wellbriety
Author : White Bison, Inc
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 01 January 2006
ISBN : 0971990409
Pages : 278 pages
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"Time and again our Elders have said that the 12 Steps of AA are just the same as the principles that our ancestors lived by, with only one change. When we place the 12 Steps in a circle then they come into alignment with the circle teachings that we know from many of our tribal ways. When we think of them in a circle and use them a little differently, then the words will be more familiar to us. This book is about a Red Road, Medicine Wheel Journey to Wellbriety--to become sober and well in a Native American cultural way."--Back cover.

The Red Road to Wellbriety

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