Meditation & Recovery Group
  • Monday 7:30-8 p.m. Book Club
  • Monday 8-9 p.m. Meditation & Recovery Meeting
  • Friday 7:30-8:30 p.m. Meditation & Recovery Meeting (excluding the last Friday of each month)
This weekly Monday & Friday meeting is open to people with any addiction, seeking recovery, or in support of anyone seeking recovery. Honoring the traditions of anonymity in other recovery programs and to protect the privacy of our members, we use only our first names at this meeting.

With respect for the worth and dignity of each person, all are welcome here. We respect all forms of meditation, however during the meditation period, we ask that everyone be quiet and still out of respect for the practice.
The purpose of this meeting is to strengthen our meditation practice by communal effort and thereby strengthen our recovery program. Our meeting includes time for prayer or intention setting, meditation and discussion. Our discussion period offers us a chance to share openly about our experiences with meditation and recovery. For those new to meditation, beginning instruction will be offered. 

A weekly book club meets just prior to the Monday night meeting to read and discuss a book related to meditation and recovery.

This group does NOT meet on the last Friday of each month.

Book Club Information
Currently reading A Burning Desire: Dharma God and the Path of Recovery​​​​​​​

Past book club selections we recommend
Zen of Recovery
One Breath at a Time
8 Step Recovery: using the Buddha's teachings
Refuge Recovery
Non-Violent Communication

Buddhist Temple of Toledo
6537 Angola Road,
Holland, Ohio 43528

(567) 297-0108

Our Board of Directors would be happy to assist.

The Zen Buddhist Temple of Toledo is a not-for-profit organization fostering the teachings of Zen Buddhism as adapted to Western cultural forms and traditions by providing training in the disciplines, practices, and devotions of Zen Buddhism and by providing suitable surroundings, instruction, and support for the teaching and practice of Zen Buddhism.