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Multiple Pathways to Recovery


Sunday, Nov. 12 2017


Amazing event featuring two phenominal speakers! The event starts with a powerful presentation by Bernadette Gleeson.Bernadette is a fierce, nationally recognized advocate for recovery as well as a gifted public speaker in all areas related to addiction, recovery, wellness, and community. Her presentations are inspiring, fun, engaging, heartfelt, and impactful to all those who hear them. She will talk about Multiple Pathways to Recovery and being accepting of each persons journey! This will segway into Noah Levine, the Founder of Refuge Recovery. Noah will share his story, talk about Refuge Recovery, and guide the audience into a short meditation. Noah is the author of "Dharma Punx" and "Against The Stream," is a Buddhist teacher, author and counselor. He is trained to teach by Jack Kornfield of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, CA. Book signing will be after the event. He teaches meditation classes, workshops and retreats nationally as well as leading groups in juvenile halls and prisons. Noah holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from CIIS. He has studied with many prominent teachers in both the Theravadan and Mahayanan Buddhist traditions.

Come learn about multiple pathways. Then, experience one pathway first hand.


Mabel Brown Room, Keene State College

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Noah Levine is the founder of the “Against The Stream Buddhist Meditation Society” with centers in Los Angeles and San Francisco and over 20 affiliated groups in North America and Europe. He teaches meditation groups, gives workshops and leads retreats internationally. Noah has created a process of addiction recovery based on the teachings of the Buddha called “Refuge Recovery.” He is the author of “Dharma Punx,” “Against the Stream,” “Heart of the Revolution.” and “Refuge Recovery.”

Refuge Recovery

A Buddhist path to recovering from addiction. The Buddhist path to treating addiction is one of developing wisdom and compassion through meditation, renunciation and wise actions such as service, amends, forgiveness and generosity. Buddhism offers a non-theistic spiritual path, perfect for the discerning Agnostic/Atheist addict. Refuge Recovery is a program that can be worked in conjunction with or as an alternative to twelve steps.


Call Liz @ 603-499-1198 or Jessica @ 603-762-3354





Earlier Event: October 28
Take Back Event
Later Event: November 14
Rivey Valley Open House