My Karma Got Run Over By My Dogma – Jed Shred Talks Recovery Dharma!

RMA-Episode 38 Show Notes:


Q: What did the Zen master say to the hot dog vendor? 

A: Make me one with everything!


This week, Jed Shred drops by the storeroom to help Mike and Nat make sense of the  Recovery Dharma program. He also shares some of his own recovery story and explains how a nice pot-smoking kid from the Midwest ended up running Buddhist Recovery meetings. 



Recovery Dharma Kansas City


What does a daily Buddhist practice look like? What happens at a Recovery Dharma Meeting? The answer to all of these questions and more, this week on Recovery in the Middle Ages


Recovery In The News this week checks up on Lamar Odom and his Ketamine therapy,  and the Week in Weird asks, is that a Sturgeon in your lake or are you just happy to see me? 


All this and more, on a post-graduate, wisely spoken, compassionate episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages.


Recovery Dharma:


Recovery in the News-Take Ketamine for mental health!


The Week in Weird-Sturgeon, or lake monster?


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