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Each Day a New Beginning Daily Meditations for Women Hazelden Meditations
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Morning Guided Meditation for a Positive & Productive Day
Every Day A New Beginning
April 1: Each Day a New Beginning
March 2: Every Day a New Beginning
April 18: Each Day A New Beginning
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These meditations, one for each day of the year, speak to the common experience, shared struggles, and unique strengths of a woman, especially those seeking support and spiritual growth in recovery.
Each day holds its promise, and life's journey begins anew. Find inspiration and guidance for dealing with the challenges and new experiences of recovery in the writings in Each Day a New Beginning–from a woman who cares about others. Beloved author, Karen Casey, writes about self-esteem, friendships with other women, hope, attitudes about life and relationships, and more. Her words help bridge the gap between self and Higher Power, between loneliness and sharing the emotions of recovery.Each day's message begins with a quotation–from such exceptional women as Agatha Christie, Annie Dillard, Beverly Sills, Helen Keller, Maria Montessori, Adrienne Rich, Katharine Hepburn, Amelia Earhart, and many more–and ends with an affirmation, marshaling the feminine courage and spirit, wisdom and wit that make every day count.Almost three million recovering women turn to these meditations each day.
- Series: Hazelden Meditations
- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Hazelden Publishing; Reissue edition (November 1, 1982)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0894861611
- ISBN-13: 978-0894861611
- Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.8 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
Everyone should own this book!
I’ve gone through five of this book over the years, they’ve become so dog-earred and worn, I couldn’t red them any more. They are my daily reading ritual. Nothing too heavy and not religious. Just one page each day with a two or three line quote from someone of note. Yesterday, April 2, was Golda Meir. Then a short paragraph about one positive thought for each day. I’m not one who usually goes for these things but this is one I live by and the ones I’ve given as gifts have meant the world to the ones who received them. Really, GO GET ONE! There are several covers but the book remains the same.
Excellent stuff! If you are not yet familiar
I am very familiar with Hazelden. Excellent stuff! If you are not yet familiar, invest a few dollars. You will not regret it. They are “the cream of the crop” in their particular area of literature. I read the book Twenty-Four Hours a Day every morning.
Seeing and reading how things are viewed through different eyes has been great.
This isn’t exclusive to women. It’s important for men to know this perspective — very important in my opinion. The ladies have thought patterns a bit different from men. Seeing and reading how things are viewed through different eyes has been great.
Love Karen Casey
Personally, there is no better way to start my next 24 hours than reading a great meditation and Karen Casey fits the bill perfectly! You don’t have to be in recovery to enjoy this and be able to restore your faith, self-esteem and self-worth. I’ve also found journaling along with it very helpful! I’ll look over my days entry in the evening and I can reflect on what I thought was going to be a fearful, scary day and see how I’ve put the suggestions and tools to work. And, most importantly, I realize that the fearful, scary day wasn’t so bad after all. This reinforces everything I’ve learned about keeping it “in the day”…because that’s all we have – today.
Handy to have my meditation on my cell phone!
I have this book of daily meditations in the soft cover version and really like the content. However, I got the Kindle version so that on the days I have to hit the floor running, I can still have a quiet meditation in my car or whatever later in the day right on my cell phone. In addition, I have book marked some of the more pertinent reflections applicable to my life to be read again and again when needed.
Each day a new beginning, daily meditation for women
I purchased this book after giving away my first copy. It is a wonderful daily devotional with spirituality based on the recovering alcoholic 12 step program. I am a christian but this can speak from many spiritual points of view. I love the daily readings, one page each in length but loaded with wisdom, encouragement in facing daily life challenges with relationships, other struggles and self worth. It’s gets me out of myself and teaches me how to regard people who enter my life moment to moment. Life is not all about me or my struggles which is a recurrent theme. At the same time the daily readings teach, encourage and instruct the reader how to live in a world of relationships and how to learn and grow to be the person you want to be. I highly recommend this book. I believe it is published or endorsed by the Hazelden treatment centers for recovering alcoholics. I am not an alcoholic but love this book and would recommend it for women in general.
Great for daily meditation
This book is a daily meditation based on the 12 steps recovery for women who struggle and seek support and spiritual growth. It is not just for recovery from alcohol, it is for any addiction. Made especially for women. Love, love this book.
Beautiful book. I use it in meetings.
A must read for a life better lived !
This a “one day at a time” must read ! Got this book in 1986…it’s dog/eared..and handled with care. It has lifted me up and taught me how to lift others. Gets me out of my “squirrel cage ” thinking…Not religious, yet relates well with 12 step philosophy. Great opportunity for spiritual and personal growth.
I like to read this everyday. It gives me food for thought. Sometimes a particular reading doesn’t apply to me but it still can have meaning to other people or events in my life.