Fourth Dimension is a wonderful conference. Every workshop I attended blew me away. They were experiential and interactive which set them apart from so many others I’ve done. On top of getting to see and spend time with some of my dearest sober friends I’ve made in sobriety from all over the country, we get to spend the weekend in Palm Springs/Indian Wells. I can’t wait to go back year after year.
Fourth dimension fellowship was an intimate and powerful conference combining fun in sobriety with unique ways to enhance my spiritual tools. It brought me closer to who my higher power wants me to be. The workshops were unlike anything I’d experienced at other AA roundups and in turn I had an opportunity to dig deeper than before. I’m grateful for this unique experience and meeting lifelong friends from across the country. Fourth dimension fellowship gave me a closer relationship with the keys of the kingdom.
West Hollywood CA
Fourth Dimension Fellowship gifted me a new perspective I wasn’t expecting on getting. I arrived to Fourth Dimension thinking I would have a great time with my friends and possibly make some new ones.I did get that. It was a blast. But i also had the opportunity to grow in my sobriety. I got sober from drugs and alcohol and was told that they were but a symptom. Which I agree. Fourth dimension catered to that with different workshops everyday. One being the Sex, Love and Intimacy workshop . In a room filled with over 100 gay men I was able to say that I use sex and love as a drug and I need help. The overwhelming relief followed by the support of these men was out of this world. I was rocketed to a Fourth Dimension.
Armando M. West Hollywood CA
I’m Jason D. I’m 27 years old and I live in West Hollywood California. I’ve been sober 6 years and have gone to many many Palm Springs gay sober men's retreats. I attended Fourth Dimension Fellowship during its inaugural year, and i have to say I can’t wait for this year’s pow wow! Not only did I win the karaoke contest, I also got to be a part of the raffle where I dressed up in drag as my sober pregnant persona Maria Lopez. FDF differs from other sober retreats and that it provides a very intimate space with a limited amount of attendees. And unlike past retreats I have been on, the weekend overall is a lot more focused on fellowship and recovery rather than “who’s hotel room can I get into next.” Of course it’s up to one’s own intentions of what the weekend will be, but the overall vibe was pretty aligned. That made for a very comforting and rewarding experience, at least for me. Connecting with old friends and making new ones was also a bright spot of the convention. I look forward to going back this year and slaying the karaoke contest again!
Jason D. West Hollywood CA