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Best Buddhist Recovery Network podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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"I have worked in mental health for the last 12 years, which is where I saw the need for sexual education and sexual trauma support.I have a MS in Health Psychology. This has led to my passion for assisting and supporting those that are sexual assault survivors and those without access to comprehensive sex education. My compassion and passion for t…
 
https://www.patreon.com/buddhistrecoverynetworkDuring this talk Martine will look at the habits that bind us and stop our potential for wisdom and compassion manifesting fully. She will explore the meditative tools found in the Vipassana tradition like mindfulness of the breath, sounds and feeling tones to show how we can engage creatively with our…
 
In this session we will release self-doubt and/or self-blame, and engage in a practice of self-love and self-forgiveness. Fresh Lev White is a love and compassionate activist. He offers mindfulness, coaching, mediation, and diversity trainings as tools for shifting towards more authentic, conscious and passionate living. He teaches and writes about…
 
Hear more of our Podcasts and Subscribe: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/brn-podcast/id1450881801 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=363319&refid=stpr Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Lpd86DHiN8XG5j7yNQkLQ?si=AfCZydU0RouQ0eqRmVInrw Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iils5fl4n2ussf46yy6lgrltcqi?t=BRN_Podcast Website…
 
Re-Release from Taboo Addictions. Vimalasara talks about eating disorder recovery. BRN Podcast will be taking a break for the next month. If you have ideas for 2020 episodes or want to be involved in any way please email me at finding.valentine@gmail.com Zoom link for our online Xmas Day meeting: https://zoom.us/j/518564313 or you can find the link…
 
Top up on tips and coping mechanisms to deal with the next 32 days. Do the festive season with a sense of freedom and joy. Recorded from the Buddhist Recovery Network Academy: Watch the Triggers: The Festive Season is Here featuring Vimalasara Mason John. BRN Academy Live https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/academy Dana/Donation https://www.buddhistre…
 
From the International Buddhist Recovery Summit in Lacey WA September 6th 2019. Intention, Mindfulness & The 12 Steps ft Kevin Griffin BRN Academy Live https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/academy Dana/Donation https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Buddhist Recovery Network https://www.BuddhistRecovery.org/ Buddhist Recovery Network Facebook Find out…
 
Today on the Buddhist Recovery Network podcast we have an inspiring story by Kim who speaks about her experience through the 12 steps, she speaks about her Italian family, and her upbringing... her queerness in the rooms, and having community during this global pandemic. Donate - http://pateron.com/buddhsitrecoverynetwork…
 
From the International Buddhist Recovery Summit in Lacey WA September 6th 2019. BRN Academy Live https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/academy Dana/Donation https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Buddhist Recovery Network https://www.BuddhistRecovery.org/ Buddhist Recovery Network Facebook https://www.5th-precept.org/Fifth-Precept-Sangha-Meeting-Format…
 
There is a correlation between our inner state of being and our outer circumstances. By noticing our inner sensations and thoughts, tracking them to witness their changes, we make the unconscious conscious and can hold the inner and the outer experiences in an attitude of expanded focus. Observing our own continuously evolving experience centers us…
 
From the International Buddhist Recovery Summit in Lacey WA September 6th 2019. Craving, the Sutta's & Addiction http://www.vancouverbuddhistcentre.com/programs/retreats/ https://mtadamszen.org/event/oct-sober-fest/ Holiday RD Event in WA: https://intersanghaholiday.eventbrite.com, https://www.facebook.com/events/382608125948545/ BRN Academy Live h…
 
From the International Buddhist Recovery Summit in Lacey WA September 6th 2019. Tabboo Addictions: Sex, Porn, Love, Eating Disorders and Screens. http://www.vancouverbuddhistcentre.com/programs/retreats/ https://mtadamszen.org/event/oct-sober-fest/ Holiday RD Event in WA: https://intersanghaholiday.eventbrite.com, https://www.facebook.com/events/38…
 
From the International Buddhist Recovery Summit in Lacey WA September 6th 2019. This is the second part of our Sangha Safety discussion where the community discusses question like “How do we as a sang ha set an intention for safety? What Safety Statements can we read at Meetings. What does safety look like in Online Communities? And more” BRN Acade…
 
From the International Buddhist Recovery Summit 2019: Safe Sangha - Creating Safer Spaces. Dana/Donation https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Buddhist Recovery Network https://www.BuddhistRecovery.org/ Buddhist Recovery Network Facebook Find out more at https://brn-podcast.pinecast.coBy Buddhist Recovery Network
 
Compassion: A Quivering of the Heart w/ Kara Haney Compassion (Karuna) is one of the primary heart teachings. It is the felt experience in response to a being’s pain. When we understand this through practice, we are able to cultivate compassion for our own pain and the pain of others. Thus compassion becomes a vehicle of connection, further dissolv…
 
Gary Sanders and Vimalasara speak about Gary's choice to leave Against the Stream and Refuge Recovery, using Hallucinogens in addiction recovery & the importance of the Brahma Viharas. We are accepting donations to offer scholarships to the Buddhist Recovery Summit https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Buddhist Recovery Daylong Olympia WA https:/…
 
Joan has had personal experience with alcohol addiction, a fingerbiting compulsion (classified as an impulse-control disorder), compulsive thinking, and depression. She does not believe there is one recovery model that fits everyone, and she encourages people to find what works for them. What she offers is an approach rooted in open awareness – giv…
 
Amy Reed is an Asheville, NC based writer. She got sober in Oakland, CA in 2008 in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous and dabbled a little in Buddhism via Kevin Griffin and Spirit Rock. When she moved to Asheville with her family in 2014, she found herself drifting away from 12-steps and struggled to find a recovery community in her new town. Then s…
 
Living an Authentic Life A life free from craving, addictions and compulsions isn’t just about avoiding intoxicants, it invites the opportunity to live a full and authentic life with creativity and joy. This isn’t just a possibility. Research suggests that although people in recovery from substance misuse often suffer more in the first year, in the…
 
Trauma, whether connected to early childhood, an event as an adult or to social oppression, changes our nervous system, our physiological responses to life and impacts our self image, relational capacities, perception and self regulatory abilities. It is, in my view, a core underlying cause for the arising of addiction patterns. Looking through the…
 
This episode features a conversation between Vimalasara and Sue Neufeld-Ellis covering the topic of sexual misconduct in spiritual communities and creating safer spaces. BRN Academy Live https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/academy We are accepting donations to offer scholorships to the Summit https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate International BRN S…
 
A Conversation with Kevin Griffin & Vimalasara on the Buddhist Sutta's and more... Listen for a sneak peak into what to expect at the upcoming Buddhist Recovery Summit. Register at BuddhistRecoverySummit.org Check out Kevin's Website http://www.kevingriffin.net/ We are accepting donations to offer scholorships to the Summit https://www.buddhistreco…
 
A Conversation with Kevin Griffin & Vimalasara on Kevins books, Buddhist Sutta's and more... Listen for a sneak peak into what to expect at the upcoming Buddhist Recovery Summit. Register at BuddhistRecoverySummit.org Check out Kevin's Website http://www.kevingriffin.net/ Offer Dana & Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Internationa…
 
A Conversation with Deborah Grace & Vimalasara on sex & love addiction and more... Part 3 of a 3 part series giving a sneak peak into what to expect at the upcoming Buddhist Recovery Summit. Register at BuddhistRecoverySummit.org Offer Dana & Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate International BRN Summit https://www.buddhistrecoverysu…
 
A Conversation with Deborah Grace & Vimalasara on sex & love addiction and more... Part 2 of a 3 part series giving a sneak peak into what to expect at the upcoming Buddhist Recovery Summit. Register at BuddhistRecoverySummit.org Offer Dana & Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate International BRN Summit https://www.buddhistrecoverysu…
 
A Conversation with Vimalasara & Deborah Grace on interracial adoption, sex & love addiction and more... Part one of a 3 part series giving a sneak peak into what to expect at the upcoming Buddhist Recovery Summit. Register at BuddhistRecoverySummit.org Offer Dana & Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate International BRN Summit https:…
 
Suffering and Happiness – Both are Present, Embrace Them “Living Happily with things as they are (Drishta dharma sukha viharin) encourages an ancient Buddhist teaching. Those of us who have lived with addiction, struggled with recovery and found our common bonds: trauma and toxic shame, may find that teaching simplistic or even dismissive.As Buddhi…
 
Offer Dana & Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate As soon as we’re born we’re faced with what life throws at us and we develop ways of coping that may or may not be beneficial. We’re also bombarded with messages from family, friends, school and society at large about who we are and what we should or shouldn’t be. These habits and mes…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate In a time of great conflict and contention in our society, it’s helpful to look to the Buddhist teachings on loving-kindness for guidance. In this evening talk, Kevin will introduce the themes of his latest project, how to live with wisdom and open-heartedness in the world. Drawing from several ea…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Racism remains one of the most rooted and painful impasses of our time. It is fed through unawareness and the misuse of power. Embedded in racism is the skeletal shape of all oppressions. To understand the dynamics of racism and the flesh we put on its bones is to also understand other forms of op…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Recovery and gratitude seem to go hand in hand. In the heat of our addictions, whether substance or process, we all tend to really focus on the hardships of our lives, our trials and tribulations and get stuck in the old comparison game, comparing our insides to others outsides, a line heard frequ…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Exploring one of the seminal text in the Buddhist teachings -‘ Non-Self’. Paraphrasing the late Pat Parker – she once wrote ‘first you remember I’m a person of color and second you forget I’m a person of color’. What would it be like to be free from all our labels and not attached to the identitie…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate The Pearl in Sorrows Hand I have recently been considering the nature of 'Dukkha' or 'suffering' or 'stress' in a Buddhist context, particularly how it plays itself out in my life. One ancient talk goes along the lines... "Now what, friends, is the noble truth of stress? Birth is stressful, illnes…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Regional Buddhsit Recovery Summit in Oakland CA @ Eastbay Meditation Center. Jean Tuller, Kevin Griffin, Vimalasara, Stephen Teirney, Agusta Hopkins, Carol EBMC discuss what the World needs in the midst of the current addiction crisis.By Buddhist Recovery Network
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Imagine not being able to find your way home to your loved one’s, to your friends and family. Imagine how traumatic this would be. And this is the same trauma we experience when we have split from our body and can not find our way back into the body. We have to find our way back home to our body i…
 
Support BRN https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/donate Seeing Past the Impulse Tuere Sala, Guiding Teacher for Seattle Insight Meditation Society (SIMS), is a retired prosecuting attorney who has practiced Vipassana meditation for over 25 years. She has been an active member and volunteer at SIMS since 2001. In 2009, she was appointed to be a Local Dh…
 
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