Pin Lock Protection Feature

Further protect your My Spiritual Toolkit by creating a Personal Identification Number (PIN) Lock.  This brand new feature will help prevent others from accessing your journal entries, inventories and sobriety date.

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Confidentiality and anonymity are vital components in recovery from alcoholism.  A common fear among Alcoholics Anonymous members is that someone will discover they attend AA or read their step work.  Adding Pin Lock Protection to your spiritual toolkit will prevent friends, family, employers, co-workers, etc… from accessing your sensitive data or breaking your anonymity.  This is especially important if others have access to you phone such as your spouse or kids or if you were to suddenly lose your phone.

Creating a 4 digit security pin will give you piece of mind knowing that no one will see your step work or journals unless you wand them to. Furthermore, having a PIN enables you to login faster to your account.  Instead of having to enter your username (email) and password, just key in the PIN number of your choice for easier, quicker access.  Simply exit My Spiritual Toolkit or open another App and your PIN Lock is instantly activated.

More information coming soon…



New Nightly Inventory Tool

My Spiritual Toolkit now includes a Nightly Inventory Tool.  This will enable users to practice their 11th step and review pg. 85 of the A.A. Big Book while on the go.

Under  “Tools,” simply select the Nightly Inventory tab to begin:    

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Next, you can review your previous saved inventories or select “Add” to start a new entry.

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The Nightly Inventory will help you work Step 11 and includes information taken directly from Page 85 of the Big Book which states:

“Step Eleven suggests prayer and meditation. We shouldn’t be shy on this matter of prayer. Better men than we are using it constantly. It works, if we have the proper attitude and work at it. It would be easy to be vague about this matter. Yet, we believe we can make some definite and valuable suggestions.  When we retire at night, we constructively review our day

Were we resentful, selfish, dishonest or afraid?

Do we owe an apology? Have we kept some­ thing to ourselves which should be discussed with another person at once?

Were we kind and loving toward all?

What could we have done better?

Were we thinking of ourselves most of the time? Or were we thinking of what we could do for others, of what we could pack into the stream of life?

This feature will take you through each of these questions in detail…

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After you’ve completed your inventory, the section concludes with another quote from pg. 85:  “But we must be careful not to drift into worry, remorse or morbid reflection, for that would diminish our usefulness to others.  After making our review we ask God’s forgiveness and inquire what corrective measures should be taken.”

This easy to use feature will help you keep track of your daily 10 & 11 step inventories with convience and security.

Email Spot Check Inventories

The My Spiritual Toolkit app gives you the ability to email your Spot Check inventories to your sponsor or trusted advisor.

This convenient and easy to use feature will help save time when you are on the go or unable to talk to your sponsor in person.

This is crucial to recovery especially when you have a pressing resentment jeopardizing your sobriety or spirituality.

The Big Book of A.A. talks about the dangers of keeping things to ourselves and that we are only as “sick as our secrets.”  A question on the daily tenth step inventory asks, “Have we kept something to ourselves which should be discussed with another person at once?”  My Spiritual Toolkit will enable you to keep in close contact with your sponsor and others in the AA fellowship.

The following screenshots show how this app works: