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From the “Illness of I” to the “Wellness of We” A Buddhist approach to recovery.
Dori LangevinThrough the lens of interconnectedness~interdependence~interbeing the addicted mind can open up and out of the narrow habituated cycle of wanting/getting/wanting ad nauseam and glimpse the deeper wholesome desires of simply being human.
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What is this hunger I feel in the marrow of my bones?
What is this thirst I feel in the center of my heart?
The hunger for love.
The thirst for liberation. ~Anonymously left on the note board at IMS
Love or liberation may not be your answers, but what is your hunger really wanting? What is your thirst really wanting?