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This was interesting for me. Basically one of the steps of the AA is to be honest. Yet how can you proceed if you honestly don't believe in a higher power? Sure you can say the dharmakaya is your power, but at the same time dharmakaya is the real you. So how is it in any way a higher power? In buddhism we have to do the work. A deity or dharmakaya does not do the work. We can rely on dharmakaya as an 'other' but then 'poof'... your dharmakaya is gone. There is no ground underneath you. The dharmakaya surely does radiate. But it is not a big babysitter.
I wonder what @Tosh
thinks of this article?? I know it has been awesome in his and others. I am happy there is AA non-denominational to help a wider body of people.