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Lynn S. replied to World Pantheism's discussion Addictions rehabilitation in the group Mental Healthiness
"There are three I know of: SMART, LifeRing, and Refuge Recovery (Buddhist-based approach). There are also groups that practice the Agnostic 12 Steps and refrain from any discussions of God and the like in their application of the 12 steps."
Saturday
Lynn S. added a discussion to the group Overcoming Addictions
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Some 12 Step Alternatives

Hey! I'm an addict with just over a month clean. I got clean initially through a 12 step program (NA), but when I tried to work the steps themselves, I just couldn't seem to connect with them. I do know of atheists in 12 step recovery (there are even a lot of agnostic 12 step groups out there), and it's totally possible, just not necessarily a good fit for me. Currently I'm mainly involved in a Buddhist based recovery program as Buddhism is non-theist (doesn't require a belief or disbelief in…See More
Saturday
Jacqueline Bland replied to Bob Smith's discussion Religious humanist in the group London
"Hi Bob That would be an easy venue for me, I will sound out the people who responded positively on the Facebook Group and see if there are any takers. If anyone else reading this is interested then please say hello!"
Saturday
Bob Smith replied to Bob Smith's discussion Religious humanist in the group London
"Jackie, we could meet up at The Wheatsheaf, Perty, if that is not too far for you. http://wheatsheafperry.com/ Hopefully we could get a number of interested folks for lunch. Bob"
Saturday
Cosmin Bebu-Vîjianu replied to Bob Smith's discussion Religious humanist in the group London
"Hi Jackie, That soulds like a great ideea. We should definitely set something up. Cosmin"
Saturday
Jacqueline Bland replied to Bob Smith's discussion Religious humanist in the group London
"Hi Bob I live on the Cambs/Northants border and have just started to gauge interest in meet ups/ groups for Scientific pantheists. I am doing this through the UK Facebook group as that's where I get the best response at the moment although I am…"
Saturday
Cosmin Bebu-Vîjianu replied to Bob Smith's discussion Religious humanist in the group London
"Hi Bob, I'm in London and I'd be up for a walk and a talk one weekend."
Friday
Bob Smith added a discussion to the group London
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Religious humanist

Hi, I have studied philosophy  and religion for some time.  My current study is concerning consciousnes  and consider that consciousness is an emergent property.   I live in Bedfordshire, a rural village, and have no contacts with which to argue/discuss.I have a traditional C of E background and continue to support the local communitySee More
Friday
World Pantheism commented on World Pantheism's group Common Room
"LOCAL GROUPSJacqueline, as well as the London group there is a UK group, a Scotland group and a Wales group.Go to the Groups tab and choose "National and regional groups."When Facebook started booming, people started shifting from this…"
Feb 12
Liesl Davenport commented on World Pantheism's group Common Room
"Hi! I just recently discovered this group! I've always considered myself an Atheist but only because i didn't know panthiesm existed. I recently started working for a religious company and it brought out this calling for a closer…"
Feb 10
Liesl Davenport commented on World Pantheism's group Ohio
"Hi, I'm new to this group and am near North Canton, OH. Is there a meet up nearby? Sorry if this question has been answered already, I couldn't find a current post."
Feb 10
Jacqueline Bland commented on World Pantheism's group London
"Hello, can anyone tell me if this group is still active. I seem to be searching in vain for some group/pantheist activity in the UK?? I am in Northamptonshire but the London group seems to be the only one listed. Thankyou."
Feb 3
Joey commented on World Pantheism's group Common Room
"Yippee!  I can relate!  I've had this idea that everything is god and god is everything for awhile, but just learned it has a name a month or so ago...and that there are other people who get it.  What a relief!  Having a…"
Jan 31
Jacqueline Bland commented on World Pantheism's group Common Room
"Hi Shannon, I resonate with all you say and like you am now working out to build all this into my life more centrally. I am struggling a bit trying to see where there are possibilities for connection with like-minded others, especially here in the…"
Jan 27
Shannan Simms commented on World Pantheism's group Common Room
"I just read Jaqueline Bland's introduction and not sure I could say it any better really. I bounced around Christian denominations for many years and separated from a dogmatic philosophy in 2005 but only starting to find my words. I read an…"
Jan 17
Tim Black commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature Observations
"I've found that really old places, the few places where human activity has not intruded, are the best for invoking the feelings of connectedness. I think this is because it takes the richness of a fully functioning ecosystem to bring up that…"
Jan 15
Alex Ruiz commented on World Pantheism's group Common Room
"Hi Jacqueline, I am not on very often but i do get the email alerts.  Welcome!"
Jan 15
Antony Van der Mude commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature Observations
"I agree also. My sense of reverence is an emotional connection with the world around me. Sometimes that is a sense of immanence. Sometimes it is transcendent."
Jan 14
Stacie Dale commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature Observations
"@TimBlack . I couldn't agree more.  I always associate the word " spiritual " with super natural or not-of-the-Earth.  I know many others do not and do not intend for it to be perceived in that context, but that's just…"
Jan 14
Tim Black commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature Observations
"I consider myself an evidence-based scientist, and as such I have dropped all beliefs in anything "spiritual" at all.   However I cannot deny the feelings of reverence and respect that I feel in deep, old, nature. The old growth…"
Jan 14

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