I'd like to welcome you to Soul Recovery, a curriculum of study and practice I used to heal myself of a life-threatening addiction, and that ultimately birthed the writing of a book that outlined exactly how I did that.
What I've learned, in applying and sharing this material in workshops, training and private sessions over the past 30 years, is that the very same approach I used to heal myself of smoking cocaine—apply to issues far beyond alcohol and substance abuse alone.
You see, the reason that we obsess about a drug, a relationship, a job, or anything else, is that we have lost sight of our wholeness. Through our life experience, many of us have "adapted" ourselves to believe that we are unworthy and incapable of being truly happy and truly fulfilled.
And that just isn't true!
We are entitled to feel as whole as we really are, and I've discovered that there is actually something we can do about that.
Read more: Welcome to Soul Recovery
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"Soul Recovery is a work that shows true and lasting happiness comes from a deeper wellspring of being."
"What is being revealed is real. No bypassing the root of the issue here" - Jay
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"Ester Nicholson served as the featured “storyteller” for Renewal Houseʼs main fundraising event, A Womenʼs Thanksgiving. Esterʼs message and performance fulfilled our expectations and more. She did a beautiful job of combining stories of her personal journey with songs of hope and healing. She literally had the crowd on its feet as she concluded her appearance."