The Women’s Dharma meditation meeting is a community of women who are using the practices of mindfulness, compassion, forgiveness, and generosity to heal the pain and suffering in their lives and the lives of loved ones. The path of practice we follow is called the Four Noble Truths. This is a meeting to help bring a deeper understanding of… read more →
Buddhist Inspired Recovery From All Addictions All Are Welcomed!!
Coming in October 2017 Michael Naylor, M.ED, CCPC, CCS, LADC Faculty Member of the Enneagram Institute Micheal Naylor will be teaching a weekend workshopOctober 14 -15, 2017 at C3 in The Moore Institute. on Utilizing the Enneagram in Addiction Recovery & Transformation. This workshop is for anyone who is interested in the Enneagram, personal recovery and/or transformation. … read more →
When I am suffering I want to feel better. I bet you do too. It has become my mission to relieve both my suffering and yours too. I tried many ways to relieve suffering. I have been in almost every kind of therapy starting when I was 15 years old. I tried cognitive, experiential, family of origin, group, psychodrama and… read more →
At this time Refuge Recovery is meeting twice a week Smart Recovery is meeting once a week, a weekly yoga class, a professional’s meditation and sharing group called EMIT is provided once a month and various other workshops have been provided in this space. In October at the grand opening the founder of Refuge Recovery came and provided 2 different… read more →
From the emerging data the centers around the theme for the need for social communities is consistent. All surveys showed that family and community were considered to be the very, if not the most, issue that is most important to the person in recovery. This finding is consistent with other recent research that seemed to show social contact as a… read more →
The Moore Method was developed from my personal work. The Moore Method is not theoretical. It contains a combination of much time and study with experience of difficult life lessons. As one of my teachers liked to say it is “kitchen tested.” It also means I am committed to The Moore Method as a means of doing personal work. … read more →