Recovery-Mindfulness is intrinsic, universal, and transformative.
“It is nourishing awareness. The practice ranges far and wide and deep within our psyche and our heart. It is a liberative practice, it calls us to face and honor the root causes of our individual and collective anguish.
Nourishing awareness asks us to recognize our sufferings and to observe them carefully as they work on us.”
We must be willing to observe what actually moves us. We must learn the root meaning of emotion; we learn to stand inside our feelings. These ways allow us to tap their powers to teach and to heal.
They catalyze our emotional growth. Not simply to react and be chronically overwhelmed and imprisoned. We can recover.
We Can Reclaim our Spiritual Strength for Addiction Recovery.
The degree to which we reclaim our reservoir of inner strength in the face of sickness, pain, and addiction is the degree to which, despite our condition, we have the opportunity to touch our wholeness.
Our Addiction Recovery is within our power.
Mindful Meditation practice requires disciplined, sustained effort. We may not like what we see. Different and more there than we expected.
“Awareness of our breath is an effective, ever-available means of cultivating presence.
How shall we begin?”
Find a comfortable place to sit down. Comfortable is good. Pay attention to your breath. Follow it. There are numerous breath meditations, you will find yours.