Entries tagged with “Recovery”
The priest in charge describes the real miracle of “the little chapel that stood”.
Knowing how to revive our close loving friendship with God is the key to overcoming any addiction.
Discovering yoga and embracing the constant transitions that come with the practice.
For some addicts, hitting bottom and having a spiritual awakening are the first steps along the path of recovery. That's why Alcoholics Anonymous, the oldest and largest of the twe…
In the first days of the relief efforts following 9/11/2001, volunteers barbecued food for rescue workers on the sidewalk outside St. Paul's.
If you want to help speed the recovery of a hospital patient who’s had surgery, bring a flowering plant, preferably a potted plant, suggests a recent study by the Department of Hor…
If you are sitting around a table in America, enjoying a conversation with 5 friends, chances are that 2 of you are either struggling with your own addiction, or dealing with the a…
A new life begins with a “massive spiritual awakening.”
When a seminary professor takes his course on “art and prayer” to recovering addicts, he gets a lesson in the raw spiritual power of beauty.
Rabbi Rami Shapiro counsels us to love neighbors and strangers as ourselves.
An interview with addiction recovery expert Tommy Rosen
"Our sexuality is one of the tenderest, most vulnerable aspects of who we are. It needs us to be safe and to feel trust. Then it can come out with the confidence, creativity, and even fierce passion that are its natural expressions."
"I realized at some point along my own journey that alcohol was not my problem; I was my problem, and I was unconsciously using alcohol to change my reality."
New science shows that addiction, like other conditions in the brain, can be healed.
Yogi Tommy Rosen uses his practice to help others in recovery.
Trauma affects all the systems of the body, mind, soul and spirit; its treatment must go beyond talk centered therapies.
Confronting an environmental disaster, a woman rediscovers her heart. Now she’s making a new generation stronger. You can, too.