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Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery

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Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery

18
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119
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Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented path to freedom from addiction. This is an approach to recovery that understands: “All individuals have the power and potential to free themselves from the suffering that is caused by addiction.” We feel confident in the power of the Dharma, if applied, to relieve suffering of all kinds, including the suffering of addiction. This is a process that cultivates a path of awakening, the path of recovering from the addictions and delusions that have created so much suffering in our lives and in this world.Refuge Recovery is a systematic approach to training our hearts and minds to see clearly and respond to our lives with understanding and non-harming. You are entering a way of life that may be familiar to some and foreign to others. In the beginning some of it may seem confusing or counter-instinctual, and some of it is. But you will find that with time, familiarity and experience, it will all make perfect sense and will gradually become a more and more natural way of being.

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THE HEART PRACTICES: Equanimity Meditation with Noah Levine

EAll beings are responsible for their own actions. Suffering or happiness is created through one’s relationship to experience, not by experience itself. The freedom and happiness of others is dependent on their actions, not on my wishes for them. THE HEART PRACTICES Meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 222.

61 min3 d ago
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THE HEART PRACTICES: Equanimity Meditation with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Appreciative Joy ⁠with Noah Levine

EMay I learn to appreciate the happiness and joy I experience. May the joy I experience continue and grow. May I be filled with gratitude. The heart practice meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 218, “Appreciative Joy“.

59 min1 w ago
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THE HEART PRACTICES: Appreciative Joy ⁠with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Loving-Kindness with Noah Levine

EMay I be happy. May I be at ease. May I be free from suffering. THE HEART PRACTICES Compassion meditation is the loving-kindness heart practice meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 214.

61 min2 w ago
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THE HEART PRACTICES: Loving-Kindness with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Tonglen Meditation and Talk with Noah Levine

E“May I awaken the compassionate heart, for the benefit of all living beings.”

64 min3 w ago
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THE HEART PRACTICES: Tonglen Meditation and Talk with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Compassion Meditation with Noah Levine

EMay I learn to care about suffering and confusion. May I respond with mercy and empathy to pain. May I be filled with compassion. THE HEART PRACTICES Compassion meditation is the first heart practice meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 207.

61 minSEP 27
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THE HEART PRACTICES: Compassion Meditation with Noah Levine

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Truth

EMindfulness of the Truth: A guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 248. All the arises, passes. There is nothing worth clinging to. Let it all come. Let it all go. We can welcome all the emotions, sensations, and truth of our experience in mindful awareness.

61 minSEP 19
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Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Truth

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Content

EKnow each experience as it is. Observe the tendency to avoid, suppress, ignore, or resist the unpleasant thoughts, and recognize that as aversion. Observe the tendency to cling, crave, and feed the thoughts that are pleasant or that you feel will lead to more safety or happiness, and know that experience as attachment. Watch the thoughts. Know the thoughts. But don’t get involved. Mindfulness of the Mind: Content. A guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 245.

59 minSEP 15
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Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Content

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Process

ETry to be friendly toward your experience. Of course the attention wanders. Try not to take it personally; it’s not your fault. That’s just what the untrained mind does. It will take some time and perseverance to train the attention to stay with the chosen object of awareness. Mindfulness of the Mind: Process. A guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 242.

65 minSEP 7
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Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Process

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Feeling Tone

ELearning to enjoy the absence of pleasure and pain is key on the meditative path. 'Mindfulness of the Feeling Tone' is a guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 239.

59 minAUG 30
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Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Feeling Tone

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions; Part 3: The Breath and Body

EAs you continue to direct mindfulness to the present-time experience, the next level of practice is to bring attention to the different parts of the body. Mindfulness Meditation Instructions Pg 196 - 199 of Refuge Recovery

54 minAUG 25
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Mindfulness Meditation Instructions; Part 3: The Breath and Body

Latest Episodes

THE HEART PRACTICES: Equanimity Meditation with Noah Levine

EAll beings are responsible for their own actions. Suffering or happiness is created through one’s relationship to experience, not by experience itself. The freedom and happiness of others is dependent on their actions, not on my wishes for them. THE HEART PRACTICES Meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 222.

61 min3 d ago
Comments
THE HEART PRACTICES: Equanimity Meditation with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Appreciative Joy ⁠with Noah Levine

EMay I learn to appreciate the happiness and joy I experience. May the joy I experience continue and grow. May I be filled with gratitude. The heart practice meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 218, “Appreciative Joy“.

59 min1 w ago
Comments
THE HEART PRACTICES: Appreciative Joy ⁠with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Loving-Kindness with Noah Levine

EMay I be happy. May I be at ease. May I be free from suffering. THE HEART PRACTICES Compassion meditation is the loving-kindness heart practice meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 214.

61 min2 w ago
Comments
THE HEART PRACTICES: Loving-Kindness with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Tonglen Meditation and Talk with Noah Levine

E“May I awaken the compassionate heart, for the benefit of all living beings.”

64 min3 w ago
Comments
THE HEART PRACTICES: Tonglen Meditation and Talk with Noah Levine

THE HEART PRACTICES: Compassion Meditation with Noah Levine

EMay I learn to care about suffering and confusion. May I respond with mercy and empathy to pain. May I be filled with compassion. THE HEART PRACTICES Compassion meditation is the first heart practice meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg. 207.

61 minSEP 27
Comments
THE HEART PRACTICES: Compassion Meditation with Noah Levine

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Truth

EMindfulness of the Truth: A guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 248. All the arises, passes. There is nothing worth clinging to. Let it all come. Let it all go. We can welcome all the emotions, sensations, and truth of our experience in mindful awareness.

61 minSEP 19
Comments
Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Truth

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Content

EKnow each experience as it is. Observe the tendency to avoid, suppress, ignore, or resist the unpleasant thoughts, and recognize that as aversion. Observe the tendency to cling, crave, and feed the thoughts that are pleasant or that you feel will lead to more safety or happiness, and know that experience as attachment. Watch the thoughts. Know the thoughts. But don’t get involved. Mindfulness of the Mind: Content. A guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 245.

59 minSEP 15
Comments
Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Content

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Process

ETry to be friendly toward your experience. Of course the attention wanders. Try not to take it personally; it’s not your fault. That’s just what the untrained mind does. It will take some time and perseverance to train the attention to stay with the chosen object of awareness. Mindfulness of the Mind: Process. A guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 242.

65 minSEP 7
Comments
Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Mind; Process

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Feeling Tone

ELearning to enjoy the absence of pleasure and pain is key on the meditative path. 'Mindfulness of the Feeling Tone' is a guided meditation instruction from Refuge Recovery, Pg 239.

59 minAUG 30
Comments
Mindfulness Meditation Instructions: Mindfulness of the Feeling Tone

Mindfulness Meditation Instructions; Part 3: The Breath and Body

EAs you continue to direct mindfulness to the present-time experience, the next level of practice is to bring attention to the different parts of the body. Mindfulness Meditation Instructions Pg 196 - 199 of Refuge Recovery

54 minAUG 25
Comments
Mindfulness Meditation Instructions; Part 3: The Breath and Body
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