The Essential Guidebook to Mindfulness in Recovery




John Bruna

Central Recovery Press

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8 x 10
248 pages

An inclusive guidebook to help anyone enhance their recovery and cultivate more inner peace, resiliency, and well-being.

Living mindfully, people in recovery can learn skills that allow them to be the people they want to be. Instead of being prisoners of harmful habits, they can consciously create healthy behaviors in support of their recovery and live their lives free from active addiction. Former Buddhist monk John Bruna outlines the seven skills of living mindfully in recovery values, attention, wisdom, equanimity, compassion, loving-kindness, and action utilizing other daily practices.

Lessons, meditations, reflections, and

John Bruna

JOHN BRUNA is a counselor, educator, and mindfulness and spiritual teacher. He has been in recovery since 1984. In 2005, he was ordained as a Buddhist monk in the Tibetan tradition through the Gaden Shartse Monastery in India. After more than six years of monastic life, he returned to life as a layperson and has become a leading voice in the field of mindfulness, conducting workshops and trainings throughtout the USA. Currently, Bruna is the cofounder of the Mindful Life Program and Mindfulness in Recovery.
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