Jan 3, 2020
Am I Staying Connected? Meditation 1 of 7
Hi, I am Buddy C, and this is our first 10 minute meditation in our series discussing cravings. The topic is, "Am I staying connected?" As an alcoholic, I know what it is like to have cravings so overwhelming that I can think of nothing else. In this series, we are going to talk about a specific tool in each meditation that has helped me in recovery.
Remember, this meditation series comes in a 2 minute emergency meditation, and a 5 minute, 10 minute, and 20 Minute more traditional contemplative guided meditation, focusing on the specific topic for that meditation series. The tools are the same, with the longer meditations giving more time for reflection and shared experience about each tool.
The purpose of this meditation is to look through our thoughts to clearly see the recovery that is at our fingertips instead of focusing on our present circumstances that are causing the illusion that a drink would be a good idea. I know from personal experience that a drink is never a good idea. It is easy to lose sight of this when I am overwhelmed. Hopefully, this meditation will help you form a better perspective.
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More about Buddy C.
Even after almost dying from pancreatitis, Buddy took 6 years of relapsing before he could stay sober. That was 2008 and Buddy has been sober ever since. Buddy practices AA but has a very open-minded approach to recovery including hosting a weekly podcast, The Tao of Our understanding, and working with the Shair Recovery Community.