This is the full 30 minute, Non-Contemplative Meditation™ exercise that will allow you to get free from anger, separate you from your thoughts so that you can get connected to God immediately. This is the non-religious, non-commercial, pure exercise that will open your mind, heart, and eyes and break and keep you free from the bondage of self.

The Book, “Real Meditation for Real Alcoholics” (“Free “Look Inside” is the accompaniment to these audio presentations and introduces a special, meditation technique not affiliated with any religion or pseudo-spiritual movements.

In this version, I specifically have alcoholics and “those who love them,” in mind. But of course, anyone can use this.

It is suggested you listen to the Pre-Meditation talk prior to using the full 30-minute version because it provides some valuable tips and some very important caveats for the inexperienced, especially for those who feel they already are experienced with some variety of meditation.

You will find this to be a unique, one of a kind direction that does not clash with the fundamental spiritual Principles laid into the recovery foundation of many recovered or “recovering” alcoholics. In fact, here you will discover a game changer – making spiritual recovery, Big Book even Scripture come alive in ways you could never have before imagined

This not a toy. This isn’t some storefront hypnotherapy to help you huff-and-puff or visualize yourself into a state of bliss. This is the ancient, mindful practice of consciousness, unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

It is important to listen to the Pre-Meditation talk before attempting this full 30-minute link. If you are tempted to skip this and go straight to this exercise . . . don’t. Use this link and go listen first please:

But once you do, you’ll be glad.

Here it is:



  1. Can't believe how incredibly calming this was. Can it help a binge drinker to stop drinking? I gave been doing Jon Kabat Zin a week now but this was very different .
    Have you seen people who couldn't stop using alcohol have success by doing with this please?

  2. I think that might have been the first time I entered into a hypnotic state. The constant shift from my eyelids to my fingers while listening to your voice I think left a space in there where the subconscious mind could be imprinted. I don't know if that's the idea of this, but normally I actually am able to stay MORE present when I listen to things meant to put you into hypnosis.

  3. I'm a heroin addict who detoxed off dope over a month ago and I have been practicing this meditation everyday, a few times a day since then, and my obsession to get high is gone. Been clean since I started practicing this. That is a freaking miracle.

  4. @daniel schwarzhoff i have a hard time seeing any lights and my fingers only tintles when i move Them, is this good/normal? should i move my fingers? i Will continue to keep trying since nu sponsor suggested this meditation. thanks for making this!
    big hug, Maurice from Holland.

  5. This has helped me so very very much. It's intended to use AFTER you're sober and have had some time in AA. This meditation wasn't produced to GET you sober.

  6. "Awesome meditation! " I am very thankful to have had come across your video. This helps me, and I have told friends about your video. You are truly blessed, and Thank you so much for your help. Blessings to you and yours. 😉


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