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Sundays – 7-8:30 p.m. Fort Collins Shambhala Meditation Center. 126 A. West Mountain Ave. Fort Collins Colorado 80524. Please see “Directions”
In-House meetings are on hold for now.

Sunday Zoom meeting 6 – 7:30 pm.
Time: This is a recurring meeting Meeting, Sunday at 6 pm.
Please join by 5:55 pm

Join Zoom Meeting by clicking the link below, or enter the Meeting ID and Password in your zoom page.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4854216966?pwd=bFlUalRlVzNCempDMU1rNkphbnJZZz09

Meeting ID: 485 421 6966

Password: 456271

If you are using only a phone, audio only, try using the San Jose # 1 669…….. to link in.

To join only by phone, find your local phone number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/ktUFsQDb

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If you would care to make a donation it would be appreciated. 
You will need to download the app for Venmo and then you can access the donation site with – @heartofrecovery-145

Everyone is welcome. There is no cost, and no requirement for meditation experience.

Heart of Recovery is a weekly meeting that joins Buddhist meditation, and 12-step work in order to connect to and engage in a commitment to recovery from addiction, addictive behaviors and patterns in our lives. We provide basic meditation instruction, group meditation, and work with a twelve-step, Buddhist/spiritual understanding of recovery. Everyone is invited to participate regardless of any affiliation or non-affiliation with any religious view or 12- step program.

This gathering is not associated with any 12-step program, and is not intended to replace a 12-step program, any counseling or care you may be in. We suggest you use this meeting as a supplement to deepen your recovery and enhance your spiritual connection.

Our format begins with introductions; a brief instruction on meditation, followed by a 20-minute sitting. The group leader will then share a brief reading. The floor will be open for sharing and discussion for around 45 minutes. We will end with a brief period of meditation and a closing dedication.
We recognize that the anonymity and confidentiality, of who is present here and what is said here, are essential principals to respect.

(Recovery) -”Sobriety is finding a new way of living that involves engagement where there was withdrawal; generosity where there was self-centeredness; community where there was isolation; joy where there was bitterness; trust where there was cynicism.”
– Kevin Griffin, One Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the Twelve Steps.

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