A New View for a New Year: Recovery & Buddhism
Using 45 minutes, you can experience a reflection practice that allows a new view to arise with gratitude. The reflection practice is useful even in the most difficult times. This webinar will be an additional resource for those in recovery from addiction, helping them to move through the early stages, particularly when cravings start to emerge.
By the end of the presentation, attendees will be able to:
1. Learn how Japanese Buddhism inspired the development of Naikan, a practice of looking inward that is now
mainstream and used in multiple countries.
2. Explore a practice that opens hearts to generate gratitude that is a necessary part of the recovery journey.
3. Apply this reflection discipline in your clinical practice to use with that supports taking a new view that supports
letting go of harmful habits and reducing stress.