Appreciating the Now: How to Train Our Minds to Feel Better

Appreciating the Now: How to Train Our Minds to Feel Better
The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast Episode 110

It’s well understood in the recovery community that an attitude of gratitude is
a potent antidote to much of what ails us addics in recovery. We all know how to make
our gratitude lists. But how do Buddhists in Recovery use the Dharma (teachings) to further
explore the medicine of true appreciation? Tune in, we’ll get into it with a meditation so simple, you’ll be amazed before we are halfway through. Word.

The Dharma offers us trainings that help us be fit for maximum service.

Let’s talk about it.

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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