Addiction as a spiritual disease
How can we treat addiction as a spiritual disease? By shifting our focus. More on the spiritual side of addiction here.
Spiritual addiction recovery and treatment
Here, we outline specific strategies of how to magnify God in the process of spiritual addiction recovery and treatment. We welcome your questions and comments at the end.
Spiritual healing from addiction – How can I start?
Surrender is the first step to healing your spirit and works in addiction treatment. Addiction is bigger than you and you need God to take it from you. Have faith that deliverance is possible and learn where to start your spiritual journey here.
Jewish spirituality for non-Jews and Jews in recovery
In recovery from addiction, we can redefine spirituality and its role in our lives. Not suprisingly, Jewish spirituality can apply to non-Jews and Jews alike. Here, we review a book by Dr. Leonard Felder that introduces Jews and non-Jews to deeper spiritual practices.
Spiritual recovery from addiction
In spiritual recovery from addiction how do you know when spiritual life has begun or that you are on the right path? Rabbi Shais Taub gives us insight here.
Addiction as spiritual disease and its cure
How is addiction a spiritual disease? And what’s the cure? A basic primer on spirituality here.
Making amends and how to forgive
Making amends is one key to recovery. But learning how to forgive might be even more important. More on learning forgiveness for successful addiction recovery here.
Why does God allow bad things to happen?
Why do bad things happen? Does God allow or let things happen in life? More here.
Working the 12 steps of AA – A lifelong effort or not?
Are addicts and alcoholics ever cured of addiction? And is working the 12 steps of AA something you have to do for the rest of your life? More from Rabbi Taub on why working a 12 step program is important to recovery here.
How does prayer work?
Prayer works when you are more interested in Who you’re talking to than what He’s going to do for you. More on how prayer works from Rabbi Shais Taub here.