Buddhist-Based Recovery Meetings

The Buddhist-Based Recovery approach understands that “All beings have the power and potential to free themselves from suffering.” 

We practice mindfulness, compassion, forgiveness, generosity, and equanimity to heal the pain and suffering that addiction caused in our lives, the lives of our loved ones, and all other sentient beings we have impacted.

For more information, please email Rev. Juéxīn Su Shane Wymer.

6:30 p.m. Meditation begins
7 p.m. Meeting begins
Meets at the temple
OR join via Zoom*


6:30 p.m.
Alano Club, 1020 College NE

10:05 a.m. Meditation begins

10:30 a.m. Meeting begins

Meets at Garfield Park (entrance off Madison Ave SE, near the playground area)
Bring a lawn chair to sit on.

OR join via Zoom*

*Please access Zoom links each week from the GRBT weekly newsletter.

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We care about your comfort

Michigan weather can change quickly, especially as the seasons change. The temperature in the temple may also fluctuate. So for your comfort, wear layers of clothes that you can add or shed.

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Temple Health Precautions

• Stay updated with COVID-19 vaccines.

• If you feel unwell for any reason, even if you’re vaccinated, please stay home to rest and recuperate.

• Masks are recommended if you are unvaccinated.

• Wearing a mask is optional.