Mindfulness and the 12 Steps

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AUTHOR
Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart
DIMENSION
10,4 MB
FILE NAME
Mindfulness and the 12 Steps.pdf
ISBN
5123873716501

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Serenity and sanity can seem like too much to hope for in the time of coronavirus. This book invites us to take each day at a time, moment by moment, with awareness, attention, and mindfulness. A fresh resource to help those in recovery from addiction find their own spiritual path through the Buddhist practice of mindfulness. For those of us in recovery, Mindfulness and the 12 Steps offers a fresh approach to developing our own spiritual path through the Buddhist practice of mindfulness, or bringing one's awareness to focus on the present moment. We can revisit each of the Twelve Steps, exploring the interplay of ideas between mindfulness and Twelve Step traditions--from the idea of living "one day at a time" to the emphasis on prayer and meditation--and learn to incorporate mindfulness into our path toward lifelong sobriety. Through reflections, questions for inquiry, and stories from Buddhist teachers and others who practice mindfulness in recovery, Mindfulness and the 12 Steps will help us awaken new thinking and insights into what it means to live fully--body, mind, and spirit--in the here and now.

That was followed in 2009 by Darren Littlejohn's rather well-known work, The 12-Step Buddhist. And the third is Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart's book, Mindfulness and the 12 Steps, published in 2010. At a treatment center that offers 12-Step based treatment like at Burning Tree Programs, treatment will help you pause and look at these thoughts.

This book invites us to take each day... For those of us in recovery, Mindfulness and the 12 Steps offers a fresh approach to developing our own spiritual path through the Buddhist practice of mindfulness, or bringing one's awareness to focus on the present moment. We can revisit each of the Twelve Steps, exploring the interplay of ideas between mindfulness and Twelve Step traditions--from the idea of living "one day at a time" to ... A fresh resource to help those in recovery from addiction find their own spiritual path through the Buddhist practice of mindfulness.

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