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Buddhist Recovery Meetings: USA > Wisconsin > Madison



Venue:

Neighborhood House Community Center

Day:

Every Wednesday

Time:

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Type:

Madison Meditation and Recovery Group

Address:

29 South Mills St., Madison, WI 53715 (map)

Other info:

The meeting has been running for 4 years.
Format and approach: 30 minutes of silent meditation; brief reading; 20 minute 12-Step meeting. We are a cross-fellowship group welcoming anybody in any form of 12-Step recovery. We are non-sectarian and promote no specific form of meditation, as long as it is silent and seated.

Contact:

Email- meditationandrecovery at gmail dot com
Website(s)- sites.google.com/site/meditationandrecovery

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Venue:

Shambhala Center of Madison

Day:

Sundays

Time:

7:15pm - 8:45pm

Type:

Heart of Recovery Group

Address:

408 S. Baldwin Street, Madison, WI 53703 (map)

Other info:

The Heart of Recovery is a meditation and discussion group at the Shambhala Center of Madison with the purpose of bringing together the practice of meditation, the Shambhala and Buddhist teachings, and the 12 Steps of recovery. We focus on sharing our experience while bringing together meditation practice with our individual paths of recovery from addiction.

Meeting format includes:

Sitting meditation instruction and practice A topic offering in the form of a brief share or reading by the facilitator Discussion and exploration by group members Sharing our personal experience, strength, and hope There is no charge for the meetings, but donations to the operating costs of the Shambhala Center of Madison are welcomed.

Open to all.

Contact:

Phone- (608) 441-8868    Email- madisonshambhala at gmail dot com
Website(s)- madison.shambhala.org

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Venue:

Connections Corner building

Day:

Thursday

Time:

6:00pm

Type:

Refuge Recovery

Address:

5001 University Ave., Madison, WI 53705 (map)
Use the entrance on the back of the building in the parking lot.

Other info:

Refuge Recovery: Is a mindfulness-based addiction recovery community that practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process. Drawing inspiration from the core teachings of the Four Noble Truths, emphasis is placed on both knowledge and empathy as a means for overcoming addiction and its causes. Those struggling with any form of addiction greatly benefit when they are able to understand the suffering that addiction has created while developing compassion for the pain they have experienced. We hope to serve you, and meet you on the path.

Contact:

Email- refugerecoverymadison at gmail dot com
Website(s)- www.facebook.com/refugerecoverymadison/

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