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 recognize and know their own worthiness and value, empowering them to fully engage with life on life's terms in ways that are productive and meaningful to them. Former Buddhist monk John Bruna outlines the seven skills of living mindfully in recovery: values, attention, wisdom, equanimity, compassion, loving-kindness, and action.
The Essential Guidebook to Mindfulness in Recovery is a self-paced curriculum that can be integrated into any recovery program. Whether people are new to recovery or in long-term recovery, they will be able to use the mindfulness practices in this guidebook to consciously create healthy habits that support their recovery and the lives they want to live.