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Feb
23
Sat
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Feb 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary.

This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

Feb
27
Wed
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Shambhala Center
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary. This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

Mar
1
Fri
5th Precept / Mindful Recovery Meeting – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Mar 1 @ 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm Read more

Mindful Recovery is a peer support group that explores the relationship between mindfulness, Buddhist teachings, and the 12-step path to recovery from addictive behavior. Our weekly meetings focus on mindfulness meditation practice and developing insight into the habitual thoughts and patterns that drive our unskillful behaviors.

The format includes silent meditation, readings from Buddhist, mindfulness, and 12-step recovery literature, and discussion and sharing.

Our group is not affiliated with any Buddhist center or 12-step recovery program, and is not a substitute for 12-step meetings or dharma study. We honor the 12-step traditions of anonymity and confidentiality.

Contacts

Contact: Bekah @ bekahbfree@hotmail.com or Leigh @ leighawirth@gmail.com

Mar
2
Sat
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Mar 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary.

This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

Mar
6
Wed
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Shambhala Center
Mar 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary. This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

Mar
8
Fri
5th Precept / Mindful Recovery Meeting – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Mar 8 @ 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm Read more

Mindful Recovery is a peer support group that explores the relationship between mindfulness, Buddhist teachings, and the 12-step path to recovery from addictive behavior. Our weekly meetings focus on mindfulness meditation practice and developing insight into the habitual thoughts and patterns that drive our unskillful behaviors.

The format includes silent meditation, readings from Buddhist, mindfulness, and 12-step recovery literature, and discussion and sharing.

Our group is not affiliated with any Buddhist center or 12-step recovery program, and is not a substitute for 12-step meetings or dharma study. We honor the 12-step traditions of anonymity and confidentiality.

Contacts

Contact: Bekah @ bekahbfree@hotmail.com or Leigh @ leighawirth@gmail.com

Mar
9
Sat
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary.

This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

Mar
13
Wed
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Shambhala Center
Mar 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary. This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

Mar
15
Fri
5th Precept / Mindful Recovery Meeting – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Mar 15 @ 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm Read more

Mindful Recovery is a peer support group that explores the relationship between mindfulness, Buddhist teachings, and the 12-step path to recovery from addictive behavior. Our weekly meetings focus on mindfulness meditation practice and developing insight into the habitual thoughts and patterns that drive our unskillful behaviors.

The format includes silent meditation, readings from Buddhist, mindfulness, and 12-step recovery literature, and discussion and sharing.

Our group is not affiliated with any Buddhist center or 12-step recovery program, and is not a substitute for 12-step meetings or dharma study. We honor the 12-step traditions of anonymity and confidentiality.

Contacts

Contact: Bekah @ bekahbfree@hotmail.com or Leigh @ leighawirth@gmail.com

Mar
16
Sat
Refuge Recovery – Bellingham @ Red Cedar Dharma Hall
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Read more

Open to all, no prior experience in Buddhism or meditation necessary.

This meeting is based on the Buddhist recovery meeting format outlined by Noah Levine in his book “Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Addiction Recovery”.

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