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Putting Recovery On The Map

10-09-17 | By Tori Skene

What Does It Mean To Have A Spiritual Awakening?

spiritual awakening

Spiritual Awakening? Spiritual Experience? Enlightenment? Psychic Change? Rebirth? All of these terms have been used to describe different things.They are used freely among the masses in search of something bigger than oneself for centuries. These terms have often been described as a change within – defined as a greater purpose for one’s own being. If … Continued


05-02-17 | By Blaze Bell

The Top 3 Books That Took My Recovery to the Next Level

During my first year of recovery, I buried my nose in whatever literature my sponsor handed me. It was pretty basic. The Big Book and a 12-step Workbook. I did my best to navigate the old-timey writing, outdated sentiments, and religious aspect. I’m thankful that I was able to look past the things that didn’t … Continued


03-28-17 | By Lucy Stute

Meditation Therapy for Recovery

Over the past thirty years, meditation therapy has become increasingly popular in fields of mental health, medicine and education as a way to manage stress and impulsive behavior and improve emotional stability, mindfulness, decision making, empathy, cognitive function, and overall health. Evidence has supported the neurobiological, psychological, and social benefits that come with regular practice. … Continued