Join our Sangha Meeting on Zoom

Given the restriction on gathering in person for our safety, but the necessity of our meditation for our health, we are conducting our Sangha meditation as a Zoom meeting until further notice. Here are some basic instructions and links. If you struggle with the technology, please call Chris (505) 977-8460 and she will try to help you figure it out! 

There are recurring meetings on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. 

Sunday - 9:30 am - The Beginner's Guide to Walking the Buddha's Eightfold Path by Jean Smith 

Wednesday - 7:00 pm - A Burning Desire by Kevin Griffin 


Follow the link a few minutes early. Geno will log on 30 minutes early to help people sort things out. 

Zoom download and signup:

On your phone: download the Zoom Cloud Meetings app. Once the app downloads, open it and click on Sign Up. it is free for Basic and that is all you need.

On your computer: Go to https://zoom.us/ and click sign up.

To sign up, you need to provide your email and you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom. Follow the link in that email and it will take you to a page where you can set a password. Now you have a zoom account and can join or host a meeting.

Join the Sangha Meeting on Zoom:Please contact Chris at lafleurchris@hotmail.com to join the scheduled Zoom meeting. 

Welcome to Albuquerque Recovery Sangha for Recovering people.

 We are a group of recovering people from every recovery program who come together to support each other in recovery, and in our mindfulness practice.  All recovering people are welcome!

A Buddhist’s Insight into the 12 Steps of Recovery, as written by Dug C.

1. We admitted that we were powerless over our craving and addiction and that our lives have become unmanageable.

2. We came to believe that a power greater than our individual selves could restore us to wholeness.

3. We made a decision to take refuge in and entrust ourselves to the compassion and guidance of a Greater Power of our understanding.

4. We made a searching and fearless moral inventory of our thoughts, words, and deeds.

5. We admitted to ourselves, our Greater Power, and another human being the precise moral nature of our thoughts, words, and deeds.

6. We became entirely ready to have our Greater Power transform our unwholesome characteristics into wholesome ones.

7. We humbly turned our unwholesome and unskillful qualities over to our Greater Power to be transformed into positive ones.

8. We made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

9. We made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.

10. We continued to remain mindful of our mental, verbal, and physical actions, and when we acted unskillfully, promptly admitted it.

11. We engaged in meditation and prayer in order to improve our conscious contact with our Greater Power (of our understanding) and to gain the insight and strength to realize and attain our Greater Power’s compassionate aspiration for us.

12. Having realized a spiritual awakening because of these steps, we carry this message to others in need of recovery and try to practice these principles in all our affairs. 

Albuquerque Recovery Sangha

We meet at Nahalot Shalom 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM every Sunday.

Due to the Coronavirus social distancing requirements, we are holding our meetings via Zoom.com until further notice. 

3606 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107

info@recoverysangha.com