How to Take Refuge in Recovery: Refuge in the Sangha

The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast: Episode 86
How to Take Refuge in Recovery: Refuge in the Sangha

Who is our Sangha? Choose wisely. In this aspect of the path, we study and try to understand our effect on other beings and our energy. The Buddha has shown itself in the sufferings of infinite karmas, filling bottomless oceans of beings who suffer but have not met the Dharma. To protect our commitments, to develop and strengthen our commitment to the path, we would be more helpful to ourselves if we find other like minded souls to take shelter with. Moreover, those with whom we share energy, space and time should also understand the path, at least to the extent that everyone understand what it means and is willing to take refuge together until all beings are free from suffering and become perfectly completed Buddhas.

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