Darren Littlejohn

The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast

Darren Littlejohn

  • Episode 007: the 12-Step Buddhist Podcast: The King of Prayers Applied to Recovery

Episode 007: the 12-Step Buddhist Podcast: The King of Prayers Applied to Recovery

Tuesday 13th January 2009

Discover the power of the King of Prayers in addiction recovery with The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast. Learn how to integrate Buddhist principles and practices in your journey to sobriety. Listen now on alcoholfree.com
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The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast
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Darren Littlejohn
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Mindful Recovery
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Applying the King of Prayers to Addiction Recovery: Insights from The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast

Those who make this heartfelt aspiration will be free of all lower rebirths, free of harmful companions, and will quickly see amitabha infinite light.
The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast is a unique platform that explores the intersection of Buddhism and addiction recovery. In episode 007, host Darren Littlejohn discusses the King of Prayers and its application in addiction recovery. Through reciting the Extraordinary Aspiration of the Practice of Samantabhadra, the King of Prayers, individuals can become free from lower rebirths and harmful companions.
Littlejohn emphasizes the importance of incorporating Buddhist principles and practices in recovery, such as being present for others and practicing physical movement and breathing. He also challenges the notion of 12-Step fundamentalism and encourages individuals to broaden their understanding of addiction as a brain disease. The episode offers powerful insights and practices that can support individuals in their journey to sobriety. Listen to the full episode now on alcoholfree.com.