Resources

The following is a list of resources for spiritual and holistic approaches to recovery and addiction.

Saved by the Light, Dannion Brinkley

Dannion Brinkley is an international best-selling author. In 1994 Dannion’s first book (with Paul Perry), Saved by the Light became an instant success. It was closely followed by his next best seller, At Peace in the Light, in 1996. He has recently written the third installment of his Light Trilogy drawing from his personal voyage and near-death encounters entitled, The Secrets of the Light: Spritual Strategies to Empower Your Life…Here and in the Hereafter.

Journey of the Spirit, Dr. Sheri Rosenthal

Dr. Sheri Rosenthal is the author of The Idiot’s Guide to Toltec Wisdom and WITH Forgiveness – Are You Ready? Sheri is a Master Toltec teacher trained by don Miguel Ruiz, author of “The Four Agreements.” She offers private mentoring, spiritual journeys and retreats, workshops, advanced Toltec training, a free monthly newsletter and audio message, free tele-classes, Toltec forum, helpful articles, and podcasts. Visit Journey of the Spirit.

Dreaming Heaven: The Movie

dreaming_heaven2What if you woke up one morning and learned that your life was not just a dream, but someone else’s dream altogether?

Dreaming Heaven is the first documentary film ever to explore the 4000 year-old epicenter of spiritual transformation located in Teotihuacan, Mexico, and the mystical pyramids, altars and transformative energy that make this location one of the great pathways through time, truth and consciousness. This is the place where man awakens to God.

Learn more about the film here.

Healing Those Who Serve

Healing Those Who Serve (HTWS), a non-profit organization, was created to raise funding and awareness in response to the rising number of American War Veterans who suffer from military sexual trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and related issues.

Integrative Life Center

ilc1Treatment at the Integrative Life Center (ILC) isn’t just about abstinence or disease management- it’s about transforming your life; learning how to be happy, joyous and free, living the life you were meant to live. At ILC, this transformation happens by engaging in a personalized process of recovery that truly focuses on healing body, mind and spirit.

Kevin Griffin:Buddhism and the Twelve Steps

Leo Booth: Creating Healthy Spirituality

 

Michael Z: The Wisdom of the Rooms

Your favorite 12 step quotes and sayings in one place.
“I have to change what I want to get what I want.”
Click here for more quotes about the 12 step program.

Miracles of Joy

Everyone from all walks of life, is welcomed to explore, experience, learn, and expand their own spiritual horizons. Miracles of Joy is a work in progress-constantly growing and expanding. We Offer Classes, Workshops, Aura Photos, Monthly Psychic Fairs, and Holistic Health Fairs, are just a few of the highlights that we have to offer.

The Awakening Spirit, Rebecca Haywood

Inspiring change from the inside out.
The awakening spirit site is a doorway toward enriching your life with the clarity of awareness, the power of free will, and the passion of creativity. We can all recreate our life at any time. Click for more here.

Recovery View

Online journal with stories and members addressing the process of recovery.
Click to read Recovery View articles here.

Wake Up… Live the Life You Love, Renee McLaughlin

Renee McLaughlin is a Senior Certified T-Tapp Trainer. She has a Masters Degree in Natural Health, is an ACE-Certified Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant, Certified Zone Instructor and Certified Health Coach with Take Shape For Life.

She has co-authored “Wake Up…Live the Life You Love” with Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra. As a Health Coach, her passion is helping people improve their health and lives through customized nutrition, stress management and movement.

The Dreaming House

dreamhouse1The Dreaming House is located behind a gated wall in the village of San Martin, adjacent to the ancient city of Teotihuacan, lies the Casa del Suenos. Within its spacious compound are a dozen rooms decorated with the art of Mexico’s past, both recent and distant. The rooms have modern conveniences, but no modern annoyances. The atmosphere is reminis-cent of the house of don Juan’s warrior’s party, as described in the books of Carlos Castaneda, Florinda Donner and TaishaAbelar. One expects time to stretch and space to bend. Miracles seem normal, and are. Meals in the spacious and gracious dining hall are miraculous in themselves, country Mexican food prepared with skill and love. It’s a magical place for a magical time.