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8 edition of The Tao of Recovery found in the catalog.

The Tao of Recovery

A Quiet Path to

by Jim McGregor

  • 54 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Humanics Publishing Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taoism,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Self-Help

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8234843M
    ISBN 10089334267X
    ISBN 109780893342678

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    About The Tao of Bill Murray. Perfect for the Bill Murray fan in all of us, this epic collection of “Bill Murray stories”—many reported for the first time here—distills a set of guiding principles out of his extraordinary ability to infuse the everyday with surprise, absurdity, and wonder. No one will ever believe you. New York Times bestselling author Gavin Edwards, like the rest of. This book has a huge following within the T'ai Chi Ch'uan community. It uses text from Pooh books to create an imaginary conversation with Pooh about the deeper meaning of the Tao (Way or path of life). Just read the first chapter to get the idea. The Tao of Pooh and Te of Piglet (Wisdom of Pooh)Reviews: K.

    Has the idea of a "Higher Power" kept you out of Alcoholics Anonymous or other 12 Step recovery programs? If so, then check out this podcast! In this meeting, a chapter of the Tao Te Ching is discussed every week as to how it relates to recovery. Taoist Philosophy can be a great tool for embracing the idea of a “Higher Power”.   The very nature of the Tao fittingly enigmatic. Vaguely translated as “the way,” the Tao “is called the Form of the Formless, and the Semblance of the Invisible We meet it and do not see its Front; we follow it, and do not see its Back.” (Tao Te Ching ) Traditional Taoist teaching is not something to be swallowed whole.


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The author's personal understanding of the recovery process and Taoism culminate in this essential guide to others are saying about this book:The Tao of Recovery selected as one of twelve best of the universe of 1, 'recovery' books available.- New Age Retailer/5(5).

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L's book takes the wisdom of the Tao and applies it to a life lived in recovery/5(8). The Tao of Recovery book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The friends and family of a drug or alcohol addict are often lef /5. Jerry L has tao of recovery book that's a 10 out of 5 stars.

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This book go's hand in hand with any twelve step program. Anyone with an open mind and a willingness to understand how /5(5). This humble book has been an important guide to me as a tai chi teacher and as a person in recovery. Just as the the Tao Te Ching is a book of ancient and much-translated verses that speaks profoundly human truths in deceptively simple language, Mr.

L's book takes the wisdom of the Tao and applies it to a life lived in recovery/5. Obviously inspired by Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, this book is structured into short easy to read verses, drawn out of the author’s own involvement with recovery groups and Taoism.

With a lovely combination of simple sketches that accompany each verse, they bring the wisdom of this ancient philosophy to the recovery process. Taoism and recovery from addiction are like peas in a pod. When I began doing the 12 steps with my sponsor, I became fixated on the idea that I needed to define my higher power in order to believe in it.

The closest thing that I have found to a higher power that I can really get behind is the Tao. Many years ago in college, I read some books on Taoism, but it didn't really sync in until I.

Getting and Giving HelpIn The Tao of Sobriety: Helping You to Recover from Alcohol and Drug Addiction, longtime therapists David Gregson and Jay S. Efran offer a self-help book designed either to work in tandem with step programs or to help addicts get sober without group by: 4.

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Pete Walker is a licensed psychotherapist, MFCwith degrees in Social Work and Counseling Psychology. He is a "general practitioner" who has a private practice in Berkeley, California, in the serene Claremont Hotel neighborhood.

He has been working as a counselor, lecturer, writer and group leader for thirty-five years, and as a supervisor and consultant of other therapists for 20 years.

The friends and family of a drug or alcohol addict are often left out of the recovery process. The timeless wisdom of the Tao has been adapted to gently change those who are suffering into peaceful, healthy, self-confident humans, ready to fully rejoin life in a serene and harmonious :   The timeless wisdom of the Tao has been adapted to gently change those who are suffering into peaceful, healthy, self-confident humans, ready to fully rejoin life in a serene and harmonious way.

The author's personal understanding of the recovery process and Taoism culminate in this essential guide to self-rehabilitation/5(5). The friends and family of a drug or alcohol addict are often left out of the recovery process. The timeless wisdom of the Tao has been adapted to gently change those who are suffering into peaceful, healthy, self-confident humans, ready to fully rejoin life in a serene and harmonious way.

The Tao Te Ching has a long and complex textual history. Known versions and commentaries date back two millennia, including ancient bamboo, silk, and paper manuscripts discovered in the twentieth century. Internal structure. The Tao Te Ching is a short text of around 5, Chinese characters in 81 brief chapters or sections (章).

There is some. The Tao of Sobriety shows how to apply eastern philosophy to enhance recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. With a few simple mental exercises, readers can learn how to quiet "The Committee," those nasty mental voices that undermine serenity and self-esteem.4/5.

“The Tao of Sobriety: Helping You to Recover from Alcohol and Drug Addiction” David Gregson & Jay S. Efran Thomas Dunne Books, St.

Martin’s Press, New York, ISBN Paperback. pages. School/perspective: Taoism and psychology. Order this book online at Amazon. A quiet path in recovery. by Carla H. Read this book in a morning and you may feel better. The Tao of Recovery–A Quiet Path to Wellness by the late Jim McGregor has lovely, short pieces on each page, with Asian-style illustrations on the facing page that echo and reframe language we use in the literature of Alcoholics ’s altogether calm, poetic, kind and positive.

The friends and family of a drug or alcohol addict are often left out of the recovery process. The timeless wisdom of the Tao has been adapted to gently change those who are suffering into peaceful, healthy, self-confident humans, ready to fully rejoin life in a serene and harmonious way.

With leaders of the recovery movement enthusiastically endorsing this uniquely helpful book, The Tao of Sobriety is an invaluable addition to the recovery bookshelf.

About the Author David Gregson is a counselor currently specializing in drug and alcohol misuse issues. The Tao of Sobriety shows how to apply eastern philosophy to enhance recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. With a few simple mental exercises, readers can learn how to quiet "The Committee," those nasty mental voices that undermine serenity and self-esteem.

The Tao of Sobriety shows how to apply eastern philosophy to enhance recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. With a few simple mental exercises, readers can learn how to quiet "The Committee," those nasty mental voices that undermine serenity and by: 4.With a few simple mental exercises, readers can learn how to quiet "The Committee," those nasty mental voices that undermine serenity and self-esteem.

With leaders of the recovery movement enthusiastically endorsing this uniquely helpful book, The Tao of Sobriety is an invaluable addition to the recovery .COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.