Heart of Recovery [IN PERSON]

May 13th

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    Room: Main Meditation Hall

    The Heart of Recovery meeting is in-person only.

    The Heart of Recovery is a weekly gathering bringing together Buddhist meditation practice and recovery. Open to all—meditation practitioners from all traditions and Twelve Step practitioners from all programs.

    The group meets weekly to:

    ~ Meditate with others who are in recovery or exploring recovery

    ~ Offer contemplations which inspire our recovery and support our practices

    ~ Share our personal experience, strength and courage

    ~ Integrate the basic goodness of meditation with our commitment to recovery

    'Sobriety is finding a new way of living that involves engagement where there was withdrawal; generosity where there was self-centeredness; community where there was isolation; joy where there was bitterness; trust where there was cynicism.'
           ~ Kevin Griffin, One Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the Twelve Steps

     


    Suggested donation of $2-$10

    email: [email protected]

    Leaders:
    John R. 617-699-8130
    Dru 617-699-9083

     


    This is an in-person event. Our location and how to get here. Note that our building is not wheelchair accessible.

    Note that masking is currently optional. You can see more details about health and safety on the Shambhala Center’s current Coronavirus Precautions Policy page.

    Additionally, we ask you to limit the use of scented products, as many people have chemical sensitivities. 

    Common questions might be answered on our FAQ page.

    Donations are welcome but not required. If you valued this practice, you might consider making a donation to the Shambhala Meditation Center through venmo @shambhalaboston0015 or through the donate page on our website – and mention “Heart of Recovery” in the memo.
    Donate via paypal.me/shambhalaboston 
    -or-
    venmo: @ShambhalaBoston0015 (use 0015 if it asks you to confirm a phone number)