What are the steps in Refuge Recovery?

What are the steps in Refuge Recovery?

The Four Noble Truths These are as follows: Taking inventory of suffering, to understand what you have experienced and what you have caused. Investigate the causes and condition of your suffering and begin to let go. Understand that recovery is possible and take refuge in recovery rather than in addiction.

What are the principles of Refuge Recovery?

The eight steps or aspects of life that must be taken are right views, speech, intention, action, effort, livelihood, mindfulness, and concentration. The idea of refuge recovery is based on these eight practices but is catered to help addiction recovery.

Are Refuge Recovery and recovery Dharma the same?

RR has split into two organizations, one run by Noah called Refuge Recovery World Services, and one run by former RR board and community members called Recovery Dharma.

What are the 10 components of recovery?

10 Fundamental Components of Recovery

  • Self-Direction. Individuals determine their own path of recovery with autonomy, independence, and control of their resources.
  • Individualized and Person-Centered.
  • Empowerment.
  • Holistic.
  • Non-Linear.
  • Strengths-Based.
  • Peer Support.
  • Respect.

Does Refuge Recovery still exist?

There are online Refuge Recovery meetings. Online meetings are offered for those who don’t have a local in-person meeting yet.

How does Recovery Dharma work?

Recovery Dharma is a community of peers that encourages Buddhist-based recovery to addiction. This type of Buddhist addiction recovery brings together those suffering from substance use disorders. The unity and bond shared between members helps them become free from the suffering that addiction has caused.

Are there sponsors in Refuge Recovery?

Sponsors or mentors are there to guide you on your recovery path and they will always encourage you to be of service. They are there to take you through the 12 steps (or 4 noble truths of recovery if you are using the Refuge Recovery model), and to support your recovery.

What is recovery Dharma?

Recovery Dharma is a peer-led movement and a community that is unified by the potential in each of us to recover and find freedom from the suffering of addiction. We approach recovery from a place of individual and collective empowerment and we support each other as we walk this path of recovery together.

Are refuge recovery and recovery Dharma the same?

What are recovery Dharma meetings like?

RDO members facilitate many different meetings each week using variations of the Recovery Dharma meeting format. Many combine meditation with readings from the book to inspire discussion, others focus on meditation and sharing alone, while others have special formats like speaker meetings or self-inquiry practice.

How can I help a family member in recovery?

7 Ways You Can Support A Family Member in Addiction Recovery

  1. Show non-judgmental love and support.
  2. Encourage your loved one to maintain healthy habits.
  3. Encourage them to take part in treatment by doing so yourself.
  4. Promote recovery by creating a sobriety conducive home.
  5. Take care of yourselves as a family.