|X marks the spot: BLVD Treatment Center, 1776 N. Highland, Hollywood, CA 90028|
|Inside the many beautiful rooms and posh digs of BLVD with patio (blvdcenters.com)|
|Make the 13th good luck. Get a free book. Stop craving from leading to harmful choices.|
|A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction|
But "refuge," which really refers to nirvana, is what everyone calls the Three Gems or Jewels or Guides of Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha (community), and "going for refuge" is what everyone thinks s/he's doing. The gems are right on the new cover!
|Noah Levine and his inner mohawk meditator|
|Residential: 516 N. Detroit St., LA, CA 90036 (Melrose/La Brea) behind Canters Deli|
|Against the Stream, Melrose Ave., Hlywd|
- FREE BOOKS and OPEN HOUSE
- BLVD Outpatient Treatment Center
- 1776 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, California 90028
- Above Hollywood Blvd. just below Franklin Ave.
- VIDEO: Doubt and the Buddha's Advice (Kalama Sutra)
- Sarana: Going for "Refuge" or Going for "Guidance"?
- SERIES: A Buddhist Path to Recovery?
|Noah Levine, M.A., scion/son of Buddhist author Stephen Levine and student of Jack Kornfield, has been using Buddhist practices to recover from addiction since 1988. He is the founding teacher of Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society (refugerecovery.org)|