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The 12-step Buddhist

enhance recovery from any addiction

by Darren Littlejohn

  • 242 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published in Hillsboro, Or. : Beyond Words Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Twelve-step programs -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism,
  • Religious life -- Buddhism,
  • Self-help techniques

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDarren Littlejohn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBQ4570.T85 L58 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22658494M
    ISBN 101582702233
    ISBN 109781582702230
    LC Control Number2008044310
    OCLC/WorldCa232979565

    The Step Buddhist is designed to be a complimentary practice to the traditional step journey, not a replacement. While traditional programs help addicts become sober by removing the drug of choice and providing a spiritual path, they rarely delve deep into what causes people to suffer in the first ed on: Novem The Buddhist Recovery Network does not officially endorse any of the book reviews that appear on this site. They are private viewpoints that may or may not represent the views of the organisation or its members. Readers are free to submit book reviews for publication on this site via the link below.


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dedicate this book to the people who attend the Twelve Steps and Mindfulness meetings at Mind Roads Meditation Center in Saint Paul,Minnesota. We were inspired by the Meditation in Recovery group at San Francisco Zen Center, which in turn rests upon the awakening of. The book makes the point that what Twelve Step groups have that many Buddhist communities are lacking is “fellowship.” This means much more than casual social connection.

Many Buddhist groups have monthly potlucks, family classes, or community events meant to encourage personal connections among community Size: KB. Editorial Reviews "The Step Buddhist is one of those rare books that transcends genres by seamlessly integrating the step approach, Buddhist principles, and a compelling personal struggle with addiction and a quest for spiritual awakening." — Donald Altman, M.A., LPC, author of Living Kindness and Meal by Meal "The Step Buddhist is a unique synthesis of the traditional 12 /5(15).

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The Step Buddhist: Enhance Recovery from Any Addiction, by Darren Littlejohn, is a guide for addicts of any type on how to incorporate Buddhist philosophy and practices into a traditional Step author is himself a recovering addict (alcohol and narcotics), with two ten-year spans of sobriety to his credit, and experienced a relapse in between.

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Darren Littlejohn (Goodreads Author) Release date: Enter to win 1 of 20 copies of the 10th anniversary edition of "The Step Buddhist!". In fact, The 12 Step-Buddhist passes my “direction dive” test when I’m in need of some divine wisdom, I pick up a book, or dictionary or encyclopedia, open to a random page and read where my finger falls.

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Came to believe that a power other than self could restore us to wholeness. Made a decision to go for refuge to this other power as we understood it. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory.

The 12 Step Buddhist by Darren Littlejohn is pdf of our Group’s guiding book. Other suggested books are One Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the 12 Steps by Kevin Griffin, Mindful Recovery by Thomas Bien, and The Zen of Recovery by Mel Ash.The Buddhist 12 Step Book Study Group (B12) explores how Buddhism and 12 Step recovery download pdf can benefit and nurture each other.

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