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Resentment Inventory Coaching

Introducing a new type of spiritual counseling appointment inspired by the transformative power of the fourth step of 12-step programs. These appointments guide individuals through a resentment and fear inventory process. This transformative process can benefit anyone ready to identify and release past wounds and embrace positive change for a happier, more loving life.


Book a session today and take the first step on a transformative journey of self-reflection, forgiveness, and growth to improve your relationships and find inner peace.

The Healing Power of a Resentment and Fear Inventory Can Benefit Anyone Ready to Take This Step.

After witnessing the profound changes that can take place when individuals make “a searching and fearless moral inventory,” I was inspired to see if this healing process would work for anyone seeking to improve their relationships and experience more joy in their life. I decided to seek guidance from someone experienced in the program to help me navigate the process. This experience proved to be profound and led to a significant healing journey for me.


I have gone on to guide others through this step with astounding results, reassuring me the transformative power of the fourth step is for anyone ready to take this step—not just individuals with addiction issues. 

A Little Background


The success of 12-step programs developed by Bill W. and Dr. Bob, the Co-Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, lies in their ability to address the spiritual malady that affects humanity by offering a structured approach to connecting with a higher transformative power in the mind. This process allows individuals to confront the underlying issues, fears, and doubts that negatively impact their identity and relationships. All while building a sense of community, trust, transparency, accountability, and support.

I was fascinated to learn the Oxford Group, a religious movement that gained popularity in the US and Europe during the early 20th century, heavily influenced the early formation of Alcoholics Anonymous. Bill W. and Dr. Bob met through members of the group. Four key principles of the Oxford Group, including surrendering to God, confession of character defects, making restitution, and giving without expectation of reward, formed the basis for A.A.'s Twelve Steps.

Each step in the program is designed to facilitate meaningful change, with each one building upon the previous steps. The fourth step, in particular, offers a beacon of hope and transformation for everyone because this step is not about addiction but about understanding how our beliefs shape our perceptions and impact our actions and experiences. This step involves looking honestly at ourselves and identifying and releasing our deep-seated fears and resentments against others. It requires fearless self-reflection and a willingness to make changes for personal growth and self-improvement.

The fourth step process aligns beautifully with the teachings of A Course in Miracles (ACIM), which emphasizes the importance of forgiveness and releasing grievances to achieve inner peace and spiritual growth. Through the Resentment Inventory process, individuals can begin to heal past wounds, let go of negative emotions, and move towards a path of spiritual awakening and transformation.

Confronting our unhealthy beliefs and feelings may seem daunting, but it is essential for healing the underlying spiritual malady that causes us so much grief and negatively impacts our relationships. Being honest with ourselves and others helps us stop avoiding our flaws and recognize areas for growth. Letting go of resentments brings freedom and peace, leading to greater self-awareness and emotional well-being. This step is a valuable tool for personal growth and spiritual development, guiding us towards a more fulfilling and authentic life.

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