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OA Virtual Workshops Podcasts

Podcasts

Virtual Workshops

Listen to recordings of virtual workshops on a variety of topics, including The Importance of Working All 12 Steps, OA Literature: The Heart and Soul of OA and Our Primary Purpose. Members share their experience, strength, and hope to bring the Twelve-Step program of Overeaters Anonymous to life.

Service and My Recovery

Principles of Tradition Eight – Fellowship, and Concept Eight – Delegation “Overeaters Anonymous should remain forever non-professional, but our service centers may employ special workers.” – Tradition Eight “The Board of Trustees has delegated to its Executive Committee the responsibility to administer the OA World Service Office.”– Concept Eight The principle of Tradition Eight is Fellowship and Concept Eight is Delegation. The workshop speakers share their individual stories of recovery and how fellowship and delegation are important in their service work. For additional study, review The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous and The Twelve Concepts of OA Service.Listen Now – Suit up, show up, be a part of and share the load | Download

Principles of Tradition Seven –Responsibility, and Concept Seven – Balance

“Every OA group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.” – Tradition Seven “The Board of Trustees has legal rights and responsibilities accorded to them by OA Bylaws, Subpart A; the rights and responsibilities of the World Service Business Conference are accorded to it by Tradition and by OA Bylaws, Subpart B.”– Concept Seven The principle of Tradition Seven is Responsibility and Concept Seven is Balance. The workshop speakers share their individual stories of recovery and how responsibility and balance are important in both their service work and in their lives. For additional study, review The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous and The Twelve Concepts of OA Service.Listen Now – The many ways to contribute to OA | Download

Principles of Tradition Six –Solidarity, and Concept Six – Responsibility

“An OA group ought never endorse, finance, or lend the OA name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose.” – Tradition Six “The World Service Business Conference has entrusted the Board of Trustees with the primary responsibility for the administration of Overeaters Anonymous.”– Concept Six The principle of Tradition Six is Solidarity and Concept Six is Responsibility. The workshop speakers share their individual stories of recovery and how solidarity and responsibility are important in both their service work and in their lives. For additional study, review The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous and The Twelve Concepts of OA Service.Listen Now – Keeping our meetings focused on the primary purpose | Download

Principles of Tradition Five – Purpose, and Concept Five – Consideration

“Each group has but one primary purpose – to carry its message to the compulsive overeater who still suffers.” – Tradition Five “Individuals have the right of appeal and petition in order to ensure that their opinions and personal grievances will be carefully considered.”– Concept Five The principle of Tradition Five is Purpose and Concept Five is Consideration. The workshop speakers share their individual stories of recovery and how purpose and consideration are important in both their service work and in their lives. For additional study, review The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous and The Twelve Concepts of OA Service.Listen Now – Always to extend the heart and hand of OA | Download

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