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Sober Meditations


Are you looking for alcohol recovery meditations?               

Sober Meditations is a 100% FREE app. Sober Meditations is a resource of contemplative alcohol recovery meditations. Sober Meditations are recorded by recovering alcoholics that share what they have experienced in a contemplative meditation format, one thought at a time.


Sober Meditations App is Live! There are a lot of tweaks left and meditations to add but it is usable.

For iPhone; https://apps.apple.com/us/app/sober-meditations/id1497824823?ls=1

For Android; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sobermeditationsapp.android.sober

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Are you interested in participating in Sober Meditations? We have just begun and are looking for recovering alcoholics that want to share their experience, strength, and hope. Please email info@sobermeditationsapp.com for more information!

Jan 20, 2020

All Is as It Should Be!

Meditation 1 of 8

Hi, I am Buddy C, and this is our first 5 minute meditation in our Tao and Recovery Series. As an alcoholic, describing God as a “Higher Power” was new for me. Taoism and the Tao Te Ching has made this concept much more palatable and not as novel an idea as I once thought. In this series, we are going to talk about a specific tool in each meditation that has helped me with this topic.

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Are you interested in participating in Sober Meditations? We are always looking for recovered alcoholics that want to share their experience, strength, and hope. Please email info@sobermeditationsapp.com for more information!

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.