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Tao of Our understanding Alcohol Recovery Podcast

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Dec 18, 2020

More discussion of the characteristics of someone practicing the kingly life, living in “the way” or “the Tao.” The Tao thrives in stillness. What are the ways we find stillness in our lives? We also talked about ways that the concept of stillness is found in recovery.

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Dec 14, 2020

The kingly man is content in all things. We saw this as another example of Wu Wei – learning to live in the moment, with no agenda or selfish motives. We also discussed describing the path and walking the path being similar to describing how a strawberry tastes versus tasting a strawberry. Trudging the road OF...

Dec 4, 2020

Sensei leads us in meditation training with a short meditation. He then shares his thoughts on the 4th verse of the Tao Te Ching from a Zen perspective.

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Nov 21, 2020

The title says it all. Another view of the Wu Wei from a slightly different angle. How do we not interfere, allow, stay in balance, be at rest, be human, be still, and enjoy our original nature? This particular story also brought meditation and stillness in as a solution.

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Nov 14, 2020

Before our discussion of this story, we discussed prayer - what we thought a Taoist would pray. Concerning the story, we talked about how our fears keep us trapped into making decisions we believe are protecting us that are actually causing harm. We also talked about freedom in the same light as fear in our...