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Timoranon

(noun) The anonymous fear that often accompanies early attendance at AA meetings or the sharing of personal experiences; the apprehension of revealing one’s identity or vulnerabilities to a group of strangers. from Latin “timor” (fear) and “anonymus” (anonymous).

Sapiemeditatio

(noun) The profound wisdom and insightful understanding cultivated through the disciplined practice of meditation and prayer within AA; the role of prayer and meditation in fostering wisdom and insight, which can be transformative in the recovery journey; from Latin “sapientia”…

Tranquiloratio

(noun) The profound sense of peace, serenity, and tranquility experienced as a result of dedicated prayer and meditation within AA; it signifies how prayer and meditation can bring about a state of inner peace and serenity, which are highly valued…

Lucidimeditatio

(noun) The state of mental clarity and focused purpose attained through the disciplined practice of meditation and prayer within AA; how prayer and meditation can bring about mental clarity and a sense of direction in the recovery journey; the clear…

Divinproxivia

(noun) The pathway to divine closeness and spiritual connection facilitated by the practice of prayer and meditation within AA; the journey of drawing near to a higher power through these contemplative practices; the role of prayer and meditation as means…

Contemplatirerum

(noun) The practice of thoughtful reflection, including prayer and meditation, as integral components of the AA program; the deliberate and introspective approach to achieving spiritual growth and sobriety through contemplation; from Latin “contemplativus” (contemplative) and “rerum” (things, matters).

Illumilud

(noun) The strikingly clear and often comical revelation that dawns upon individuals after a period of sobriety when they come to recognize the absurdly obvious nature of their powerlessness and unmanageability over alcohol; from English “Illuminate” and “Ludicrous”. Illumilud serves…

Rilvargo

(noun) The emotional and psychological resistance accompanied by feelings of shame and vulnerability when first acknowledging powerlessness and unmanageability in AA; the difficulty in letting go of control and admitting one’s limitations; the challenging and emotional process of admitting powerlessness…

Mangivese

(noun) The sense of relief and connection experienced within AA when individuals recognize that powerlessness over alcohol is a universal condition shared by many, not just themselves; the understanding that one is not alone in this struggle; the comfort and…

Contribuservisproprium

(noun) The holistic concept of self-support in AA, emphasizing that it encompasses not only financial contributions but also the willingness to serve and actively participate in the fellowship; the understanding that supporting the AA community through service is as vital…