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Sep
22
Sun
Recovery Dharma – Olympia @ Nalanda Institute
Sep 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm Read more

Recovery Dharma is a non-profit, peer-led movement using Buddhist practices and principles to overcome addiction through meditation, investigation and community.

Sep
23
Mon
Eight Step Recovery – Olympia @ P.O.W.E.R.
Sep 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Read more

Please Note: There is no meeting at P.O.W.E.R. on the first Monday of every month. The first Monday of the month is reserved for Business meeting and Buddhist Recovery Sangha Social at rotating locations. Contact Thomas 360.358.2379 for info.

The Eight Step Recovery support group will cover the teachings of Vimalasara Valerie Mason-John and Dr. Paramabandhu Groves from their book Eight Step Recovery. Compliments all recovery programs including 12 Steps, SMART recovery et al.

We practice meditation, and work through the book. All are welcome, not just those with a drug or alcohol related addiction.

Addiction is defined as any behavior, substance-related or not, that brings temporary pleasure or relief, a behavior one craves but is unable to stop despite negative consequences. We hope this group will be a support for you in your recovery and that it will lead you to a happier, more fulfilling way of life.

Sep
24
Tue
Recovery Dharma – Exploring Recovery – Olympia
Sep 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Read more

We meet to explore a Buddhist inspired recovery using an inclusive collection of books that support a holistic recovery from addiction, and compulsive behaviors. Together we learn and practice tools such as Mindfulness Meditation, Integral Maps, Non-violent communication and DBT skills. Our focus is on community, empowerment, and knowledge.

Sep
25
Wed
Recovery Dharma – Olympia @ Nalanda Institute
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm Read more

Recovery Dharma is a non-profit, peer-led movement using Buddhist practices and principles to overcome addiction through meditation, investigation and community.

Sep
26
Thu
12 Step Buddhist Study – Olympia @ First Christian Church
Sep 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Read more

In the Sacred Space

The meeting begins with a 30-minute guided meditation. The group takes a small tea break before a group reading & discussion of 12-Step Buddhist literature to support participants’ walk down the eight-fold path of recovery. Typically, a new book is read every six to eight months.

Contact: Cadence at coyotescofflaw@gmail.com or Steven at stvnald@aol.com

Sep
29
Sun
Recovery Dharma – Olympia @ Nalanda Institute
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm Read more

Recovery Dharma is a non-profit, peer-led movement using Buddhist practices and principles to overcome addiction through meditation, investigation and community.

Oct
1
Tue
Recovery Dharma – Exploring Recovery – Olympia
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Read more

We meet to explore a Buddhist inspired recovery using an inclusive collection of books that support a holistic recovery from addiction, and compulsive behaviors. Together we learn and practice tools such as Mindfulness Meditation, Integral Maps, Non-violent communication and DBT skills. Our focus is on community, empowerment, and knowledge.

Oct
2
Wed
Recovery Dharma – Olympia @ Nalanda Institute
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm Read more

Recovery Dharma is a non-profit, peer-led movement using Buddhist practices and principles to overcome addiction through meditation, investigation and community.

Oct
3
Thu
12 Step Buddhist Study – Olympia @ First Christian Church
Oct 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Read more

In the Sacred Space

The meeting begins with a 30-minute guided meditation. The group takes a small tea break before a group reading & discussion of 12-Step Buddhist literature to support participants’ walk down the eight-fold path of recovery. Typically, a new book is read every six to eight months.

Contact: Cadence at coyotescofflaw@gmail.com or Steven at stvnald@aol.com

Oct
6
Sun
Recovery Dharma – Olympia @ Nalanda Institute
Oct 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm Read more

Recovery Dharma is a non-profit, peer-led movement using Buddhist practices and principles to overcome addiction through meditation, investigation and community.

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