AA members often struggle with spirituality. They may have been brought up in a religious context or have had a religious experience, but it's hard to find that same connection when you are living the 12-steps of AA.
Step 11 Meditation is a form of spiritual practice that is designed to help you develop a sense of spiritual awareness and build your relationship with your Higher Power. It is a disciplined and regular practice that helps you maintain your sobriety by reminding you of your commitment to turn your life over to a larger force.
You can practice meditation in many ways, and it will vary from person to person. However, it is important to find a way to be mindful and still when you practice meditation.
It is also important to make sure that you have a quiet and distraction-free environment for this practice. You can use the Big Book of AA to learn more about how to do this.
The goal of this step is to help you connect with your Higher Power, so you can find peace and happiness in your life. The approach to this step can be different for everyone, but the purpose remains the same: to connect with a power greater than yourself.
Some people are nervous about this step because they fear that it will lead them away from their religious beliefs. However, if you have struggled with your religious beliefs and are working the 12 steps of AA, this step can help you find new ways to communicate with God.