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RAM

DASS

The Path of Unconditional Love

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DR. GABOR

MATÉ

The Broad View of Addiction

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NICK

ORTNER

Tapping into Recovery: Releasing Trauma through The Tapping Solution

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KRISHNA

DAS

Music & Devotion on The Path of Recovery

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RADHANATH

SWAMI

What The Ancient Scriptures Tell Us About Addiction

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DAVID

WOLFE

Food and Optimal Energy For The Person in Recovery

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MASTIN

KIPP

A Path Through Food Addiction

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TOMMY

ROSEN

Yoga Philosophy and The 12 Step Path

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ROLF

GATES

Holding The Pose: Secrets of Longterm Recovery

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NIKKI

MYERS

Spotlight on Codependency

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GURUPREM

SINGH KHALSA

The Elements of G.R.A.C.E.

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DURGA

LEELA

Ayurveda: The Science of Living Well in Recovery

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JOHN

DUPUY

Integral Recovery - Engaging The Body, Mind, Heart and Spirit in Recovery

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YOGI

CAMERON

Finding Balance in an Addicted World

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ELIZABETH

KIPP

The Connection Between Addiction and Chronic Pain

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ASHLEY

TURNER

The Psychology of Addiction

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FRED

HOLMQUIST

The Spiritual Solution to Addiction: A Profound Look at The 12 Steps

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SHERRY

GABA

Healing Codependency

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JERRY

MOE

Collateral Damage: The Lives of Children of Alcoholics

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BUSTER

ROSS

Sexual Health as an Ally in Recovery

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JACKIE

DUMAINE

The Yoga Code: Ancient Ethics and Modern-Day Recovery

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BEVERLY

BERG

Loving Someone in Recovery

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DARREN

LITTLEJOHN

The 12-Step Buddhist

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DAVID

CROW

In Search of The Medicine Buddha: Plant-Based Healing and Addiction

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GURUCHARAN

KHALSA

Meditation and Rebuilding The Identity

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HERBERT

KAIGHAN

The 12 Steps and Emotional Sobriety

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KAREN

LINDSAY

Hope Never Lost - A Mother’s Journey Through her Child’s Addiction

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Ram Dass

The Path of Unconditional Love

Ram Dass

This moving conversation with beloved spiritual teacher and leader, Ram Dass, explores the idea that moving from addiction into recovery is to move from the head to the heart. He lovingly guides us to observe our thoughts, to move into greater presence, compassion and love.  He delivers a deep message that unconditional love is one of the essential keys to recovery. Not to be missed!


05 MAY

Herbert Kaighan

The 12 Steps and Emotional Sobriety

Herbert Kaighan

Herbert was given the Gift of freedom from alcohol on February 21, 1984.  As a result of  being guided through the Twelve Steps as contained “precisely” in the AA Big Book he experienced a profound spiritual awakening in 1988. Since then he has been very involved in carrying the message of recovery via a Spiritual Awakening through presentations, facilitating workshops, and leading retreats. He has authored:

  • “Twelve-Step Guide to Using the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book.”(2004)
  • “Twelve Steps To Spiritual Awakening; Enlightenment for Everyone “(2010)

Many have found them helpful for accessing the instructions and confirming the actual process contained in the Big Book.

Herbert is married (48 years to the same woman!), has three adult children, seven grandchildren, and lives in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

His personal journey includes seven years in seminary, a graduate education in psychology, and a 40 year career in human resources consulting (from which he retired in November, 2006).

He has conducted workshops on a variety of topics in LMU’s Los Angeles Center for Spirituality.  He is an adjunct professor at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo, California teaching a two unit full semester course on Twelve-Step Spirituality to their theologians.

He completed the three year training program for Spiritual Directors at Mt. St. Mary’s College (Los Angeles) in 1990 and has an active practice.

Herbert is the Outreach Coordinator for the Intensive Outpatient Program of Torrance Memorial Medical Center – the Thelma McMillen Center. TMC provides treatment for Adult and Teen alcohol and drug abuse or dependency.


05 MAY

Elizabeth Kipp

The Connection between Addiction and Chronic Pain

Elizabeth Kipp

Elizabeth Kipp shares her remarkable journey through acute chronic pain and addiction. Her story helps us to realize there is a way through all challenges even this potentially fatal combination of dis-eases. Revelations around pain management and Elizabeth’s detox process inspire us to surrender and face our challenges. This is a must-see presentation for anyone dealing with pain or who works with others with this issue.

 


05 MAY

Durga Leela

Ayurveda: The Science of Living Well in Recovery

Durga Leela

Ayurveda, an ancient system of health medicine and living developed in India over thousands of years, teaches us a way to live in harmony with ourselves, others and the Universe around us. In this inspiring interview, Durga Leela shares her profound wisdom for the management of our personal energy by utilizing the ancient practices of Ayurveda and Yoga. Referencing holistic approaches for mind-body wellness as essential on the spiritual path to a lasting recovery, Durga makes it clear that this information is for anyone interested in building optimal health, balance and wellness into their everyday life.


05 MAY

Rolf Gates

Holding The Pose: Secrets of Longterm Recovery

Rolf Gates

Rolf Gates is one of the leading voices of modern yoga and the author of the acclaimed book on yogic philosophy, Meditations from the Mat. Rolf conducts Vinyasa Intensives and 200/500 Teacher Trainings throughout the US and abroad.

His personal story of recovery and his extensive experience over the past 25 years make him a sought-after lecturer and teacher.


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Recovery 2.0 produces two FREE online conferences each year, which showcase the voices of top professionals and thought-leaders to deliver cutting-edge scientific, spiritual, and practical approaches to treating and overcoming addictions of all kinds.

May 2014 marks the third Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction conference. Recovery 2.0 conferences are always free-to-attend, with purchase options for those who desire future access to this wisdom via recordings and transcripts.

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Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher, writer, and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in yoga, recovery and wellness. Tommy has advanced certifications in both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. He is one of the pioneers in the burgeoning field of Yoga and Recovery and has over twenty years of experience assisting others to holistically transcend addictions of all kinds.

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Tommy teaches regularly at yoga conferences and festivals, including Wanderlust, Hanuman, and The International Festival of Yoga in Rishikesh. He is the founder of Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction Conference and also teaches annually at Esalen, Omega, and Kripalu. Tommy’s first book, Recovery 2.0: Overcoming Addiction and Thriving through Yoga, Meditation and the 12-Steps will be out from Hay House in 2014.  Tommy and his wife, noted yoga teacher, Kia Miller, live in Venice, CA. www.tommyrosen.com

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