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Title: Total Recovery: Balancing Head & Heart, Body & Soul in Recovery
Author: Jim Parker
Publisher: Do It Now Foundation
Publication Date: February 1999
Catalog Number: 222


Resources: Connections

It isn’t possible, in a booklet
of this length, to do much more than skim the surface of some
important recent advances in addiction research and a few techniques
of personal growth and discovery.

For this reason, we hope Total
Recovery will serve as a point of departure for a much deeper
— and much longer lasting-independent investigation on your
part.

We also hope that you’ll find
the following resources (listed in no particular order) useful
in continuing your work in recovery — and expanding your journey
through life.

Just don’t spend all your time
looking for yourself in a book.

You’re too important to the rest
of us out here.


Suggested Reading

  • Everyday Zen: Love and
    Work.
     Charlotte
    Joko Beck. Harper & Row.
  • The Relaxation Response. Herbert Benson. Morrow.
  • Positive Addiction. William Glasser. Harper & Row.
  • Peace Is Every Step. Thich Nhat Hanh. Bantam Books.
  • Wherever You Go, There
    You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life.
    Jon Kabat-Zinn. Hyperion.
  • Shaving the Inside of
    Your Skull: Crazy Wisdom For Discovering Who You Really Are.
    Mel Ash. G.P. Putnam.
  • The Hidden Addiction And
    How To Get Free.

    Janice Keller Phelps & Alan E. Nourse. Little, Brown.
  • Journey of Awakening:
    A Meditator’s Guidebook.
    Ram
    Dass. Bantam Books.
  • Playing Ball On Running
    Water.
    David K.
    Reynolds. Morrow.
  • Journey to Ixtlan: The
    Lessons of Don Juan.

    Carlos Castaneda. Washington Square Press.
  • Compassion and Self-Hate:
    An Alternative To Despair.

    Theodore Isaac Rubin. Collier Books.

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This is one in a series
of publications on drugs, behavior, and health from Do It Now
Foundation. Check us out online at www.doitnow.org
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