Stabilizing Our Recovery with Dharma Practice
Stabilizing Our Dharma Practice in Recovery
The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast Episode 102
Sutra of Golden Light: Chapter 6 on Emptiness
Dharma has to help, otherwise it’s of no value. For it to work, we study, hear words, see things and do practices. Dharma has to be absorbed into our lives over time. Our ability to turn confusion into peace without fighting anything comes with time and consistent effort. Never stop trying. Don’t give up on the dharma, because the dharma will never give up on you. This work is for everyone, as it conflicts with nothing. For those taking refuge in recovery, practicing dharma recovery and participating in all manner of yoga recovery and other healing modalities, clarify and deepen your recovery with the King of Glorious Sutras called the Exalted Sublime Golden Light, a Mahayana Sutra. Oral transmission and teachings by Lama Zopa Rinpoche over many retreats. I don’t think we finished it, but we got a lot. Here’s a main point in the Chapter on Emptiness.
This is the path of bodhisattvas, yogis and Buddhists in recovery.
“You can judge me, but please take what’s in my hand.“
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