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Welcome to buddhistrecovery.org
This is the official website of the Buddhist Recovery Network.
The Buddhist Recovery Network promotes the use of Buddhist teachings and practices to help people recover from the suffering caused by addictive behaviors and is open to people of all backgrounds, and respectful of all recovery paths.
The Buddhist Recovery Network is in solidarity with the African American populations.
- We will not stay quiet in the face of public modern day lynchings of Black and Brown Bodies.
- We will not be silent over the racial injustices that are prevalent in the USA, Canada, UK and many other countries in Europe.
- In moving forward we want to be an organization that has Diversity, Inclusion and Equity at the heart of our mission.
- We aspire to support recovery groups that prioritize the needs of Black and Indigenous People of Color
- We will work to support creating safer spaces where people from these and other marginalized populations are safe and welcome in all recovery meetings.
Buddhist Recovery Academy
Want more teachings?
The latest podcasts can be found on the BRN Academy Podcast page.
View our Spring 2020 Newsletter here.
- Last updated: 3 Jul 2020
- What’s new?
- Refuge Recovery meetings updated.
- Recovery Dharma meetings updated.
- A new meeting, in San Diego, California, United States. Find out more here.
- A new virtual meeting, in English. Find out more here.
- A new meeting, in Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, United States. Find out more here.
- And remember to check the BRN calendar for talks, retreats and workshops over the coming months. Find out more here.
- The BRN Team.
Support the BRN
The Buddhist Recovery Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is volunteer-run and relies solely on your donations. Our Mission is to promote all Buddhist Recovery meetings no matter what their affiliation is. And to bring you Buddhist teachers from around the Globe sharing teachings and practices to help people recover from the suffering caused by addictive behaviors. We provide podcasts, meditations, educational resources for anyone who needs them.
Generosity is an act of true freedom, and thus the perfect place to start the path to total release. - Thanissaro Bhikku