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Buddhist Recovery Meetings: United States > Arkansas

Fort Smith

Eight Steps Meeting

Day/time: Mondays  —  7:00pm


2712 Grand Avenue, Fort Smith, AR 72901   Map

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Eight Step Recovery is an alternative recovery program to the 12 step program of Alcoholic/Narcotics Anonymous. It uses the Buddhist teachings to overcome addiction. Eight Step Recovery, cofounded by Dr. Valerie Mason-John M.A (hon.doc) and Dr. Paramabandhu Groves Ph.D., is a set of mindfulness teachings outlining a suggested course of action for recovery from addiction, stinking thinking, negative mental states, and compulsive and obsessive behaviours.

Contact: Terri Hargrove Phone- 479-459-2187    Website(s)- http://www.yogaterrium.com/

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Little Rock

Buddhism and the Twelve Steps

Day/time: Sundays  —  1:00pm - 2:15pm

Ecumenical Buddhist Society of Little Rock

1516 West 3rd St., Little Rock, AR 72201   Map

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The Ecumenical Buddhist Society of Little Rock hosts an on-going group entitled Buddhism and the Twelve Steps each Sunday afternoon from 1:00-2:15 at our center at 1516 West 3rd St. in Little Rock, Arkansas.
The group practices silent sitting/meditation, engages in mindful discussion of the principles of Buddhism and twelve step recovery, and encourages open sharing with the aim to support our mutual practice of living a life of mindful sobriety.
The group is open to all. No participation in an outside 12-step group is required, nor is adherence to Buddhist teachings. Anyone who is suffering--with addiction or otherwise, or just wants to improve mindful living--might benefit from this group.

Contact: Phone- 501-376-7056    Email- ebs at aristotle dot net
Website(s)- facebook.com/ebslr

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