I am reading this book and absolutely love it. It is a pagan interpretation of the 12 steps and it speaks to me in a way that AA doesn't, although the steps themselves seem to really get at the same processes. I was curious if there were any pagans here, or any otherwise non-monotheists (Buddhist, Hindu, etc.) and what your experiences are with the 12 steps. I am OK with AA, but feel it would be great to find a group more in line with my spiritual path. It's always awkward when we say the Lord's Prayer and I don't know the words. :-)
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