Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.

Recovery & Resilience Support Group – 6-7

Join Patty Seybold, Dean Jacobs, Molly Stark, and others in a non-AA/non-NA substance mis-use recovery support group based on learning to live Inside Out, using the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

We are not broken. We don’t need to be “fixed.” We are all innately healthy.

Living Outside In: Sometimes, we perceive that outside circumstances, or people, or beliefs, or thoughts from our past, cause us to feel bad. But, the perception that circumstances, or people, or memories control our feelings is only an illusion.

Living Inside Out: As long as we realize that it is OUR thoughts that are causing us to feel whatever we are feeling in the moment, we can drop any thoughts that make us feel lousy and open ourselves to receive helpful insights from our natural wisdom.