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This is another great talk from the 'Dharma Warriors' series given at the Buddhafield Festival. Karunagita is the author of 'Growing as a Parent - What Buddhism Has to Offer', and here she presents some of that material to an audience of summer loving practitioners under the blue skies of Devon.
Parents in Recovery
Settle back and enjoy the sound of drums, kids' voices, and Karunagita's perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of raising a child as part of your practice of the Dharma. She encourages us to see and accept the gifts of love, letting go and awareness of our limitations and of our mortality that are inherent in the life of any parent - and we catch a hint of the growth and wisdom that are possible for the heart as it opens to meet its experience in the most fundamental relationship of all.
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On Their Three Year Retreat. Buddha Day Talk Barbara West nstreetbarbara at hotmail dot com Northern California, U. A is the only parent of a year-old son.
She started working a recovery program in , the same year she joined the Shambhala Buddhist Community, when her son was four. Her current practice involves regular retreats, so email responses may be delayed for several weeks. Calico CookM seattlemindfulrecovery at gmail dot com Seattle WA is a mindful recovery meeting facilitator, BRN board member, and parent of a son of 13 and a stepdaughter He started working his recovery program in and learned Theravada buddhism in the halls of buddhist recovery.
He is interested in the challenges and benefits of technology as our children grow up in a fast-paced and chaotic world where mindfulness is a survival skill. He has been working his recovery program since age He has worked as an early childhood educator, college professor, stay-at-home dad, operator on a "Parent's Stress Line," Director of Religious Education at a UU Church, and is currently working as a chaplain.
Parents in Buddhist Recovery Raising Children
Working in prisons and hospitals, teaching mindfulness meditation and facilitating addiction recovery groups. Refuge Recovery is his go-to recovery process group. If you know of a resource which could help please email parents at buddhistrecovery dot org. As parents in Buddhist Recovery we have faced some challenges: He is interested in the challenges and benefits of technology as our children grow up in a fast-paced and chaotic world where mindfulness is a survival skill Michael Preston rruucs at gmail dot com Salem OR, USA is a single parent of two dudes ages 18 and Donate Volunteer Mailing List.