Brand New: The Power of Vow

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Grab a copy for yourself and a family member, co-worker, sponsor, therapist or spiritual teacher. Anyone who knows an addict should read this book.


12-Step Buddhist GEAR

Tibetan Incense

This is where I get mine. For some reason just the scent of this amazing incense puts me right into a meditation space.

Join me for Recovery 2.0!

Those who have read The 12-Step Buddhist may recall that my view of recovery is a comprehensive, multi-faceted approach. We should use all of the tools at our disposal. Too often in 12-Step communities our thinking is limited. While the 12-Step Model to me is necessary, it isn’t sufficient. For that reason, I try to employ any system, any tradition, any tool that helps me make it through another day sober.

It is with great pleasure that I’ll be participating in the next Tommy Rosen Recovery 2.0 web conference. It’s free while it’s live. If you can’t catch it all, there’s a way to own all of the talks, transcripts and video as well. Some of the names on this Spring 2014 are Gabor Mate, Ram Dass, Krishna Das and more!

Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction is a free online conference that brings together the voices of 25+ professionals and thought leaders to deliver cutting-edge, inspirational, spiritual, medical and practical approaches to overcoming addictions of all kinds. We’ve gathered the best information and teachers in the world to help inspire people struggling with addiction, supporting their families and loved ones as well as those who work in the field of recovery. You will leave more aware, more empowered, and with the tools you need for successful recovery, optimal health and a life of fulfilling purpose, BEYOND ADDICTION! Tune into the live streaming video conference from May 3-May 7, 2014. Sign up for FREE here.