Natural Rest Peer Support Groups
These meetings are based on Scott Kiloby’s book “Natural Rest for Addiction”. Whatever we are addicted to, even if what we are addicted to is our thoughts, Natural Rest groups provide a place for support and sharing.
Anyone can form a Natural Rest Group, either in person or on-line. You do not need to be a Certified Facilitator. These groups meet weekly and there is no cost. They can be around a specific topic or addiction in general.
For more information about starting a group, contact us.
Daily Natural Rest Practice
With Lynn Fraser
Join our online practice community for fifteen to thirty minutes a day for a guided healing practice. The foundation is breathing and relaxation. We often practice Natural Rest and Living Inquiries. We sit together in stillness, the space of awareness. We open to kindness and self-compassion for our experience, just as it is. We integrate supports for the nervous system. We explore feeling and sensation and the mind’s process of making meaning.
Monday “Come As You Are” Natural Rest Group
With Colm Burgoyne
The Come As You Are Natural Rest Group is an invitation for us to explore together using the Living Inquiries. Whether you are happy, sad, anxious or angry, I invite you to bring it along, as it is all welcome here.
“Wednesday Over the Hump Group” Natural Rest Peer Support Group Online
With Robert Butler
Robert formats these regular online Wednesday meetings according to Scott’s book Natural Rest and the work done at the Kiloby Center.
Thursday Natural Rest Sexual Compulsions Support Group Online
With Greg Ascue
This regular Thursday group is for both men and women and focuses on sexual addictions and compulsions. Are sexual compulsions/addictions or pornography diminishing your quality of life? Through the use of the Living Inquiries, we help support the turning and facing of the stories and conditioning that drive compulsive and addictive behaviors around sex or pornography. With your willingness to learn and use the practices practised here, you may find you have the means to break free.
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