ENOUGH Buddhism and Addiction Image 10 - Equanimity
Spirituality

ENOUGH! Can We Choose to Break Our Addictions? Part 1

One of the main points about Buddhist teachings is that we can change our minds for the better. “Better” … means being in balance…. It means we accept the world for what it is and ourselves for what we are…. It means we give up the blame game…. It means accepting the things we cannot change and doing something about the things we can change, whether…inside our heads or outside in our homes and environment. Read More

Sitting like a Mountain: Building Your Inner Foundation
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Sitting like a Mountain: Building Your Inner Foundation

I’d like to start this new blog in this New Year by asking you to visualize something. Imagine that you’re entering a meditation hall in a beautiful retreat center in the type of place in nature you love: by the ocean, in the mountains, or the forest; even on the moon, with a breathtaking view of the Earth through enormous windows. Read More

Guarding Your Sobriety through the Holidays
Spirituality

Guarding Your Sobriety through the Holidays

“There’s no place like home for the holidays,” according to the song made famous by Perry Como in the 1950s and played every holiday season ever since: “Oh, there’s no place like home for the holidays ‘Cause no matter how far away you roam If you wanna to be happy in a million ways For the holidays you can’t beat home sweet home!” Read More