The Next Frontier: Emotional Sobriety
by Bill Wilson
Copyright © AA Grapevine, Inc, January 1958 (12 & 12 Pub April 1953-Wilson 18 years Sober)
There are two kinds of AA Meetings. Open Meetings and Closed Meetings. The essence of any AA meeting is to share with others our Experience, Strength and Hope.
"Both the Open and Closed meeting may adapt different formats. Most of the time it would be a sharing meeting, while at other times it could be a Topic Sharing, Topic Discussion, Literature Discussion or a Speaker Meeting. This format is usually decided by the Group members hosting the meeting."
~ Source: Alcoholics Anonymous
When Saar posted assignment #3, my immediate impulse (first thought) was to rattle off a few points to "finish" it. Then I paused, let thoughts #2,3,4 to show up, and one of them said "give it a couple of days, observe yourself in action. No hurry to finish it, it has already finshed you."
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Many 'senior' and oldtimers take sponsees in line with AA's traditions (like all other 12-Step Fellowships). There are many types of sponsorship.
Stages in sponseeship - thereby dictating required sponsorship: