Kevin Griffin is a Buddhist author, teacher, and innovator in the field of addiction treatment. The insight and intimacy of his teaching have made him a leader in the mindful recovery movement.


Released January 2014!

Buddhism & The Twelve Steps:
A Recovery Workbook for Individuals and Groups

"A wonderful and refreshingly practical resource for integrating mindfulness practices into 12-step recovery."

- Sarah Bowen, PhD, co-author of Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention.

The book introduces the fundamentals of mindfulness and recovery, then takes you through the 12 Steps with many exercises, contemplations, and meditations.

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Laughing Buddha

An eclectic collection of Buddhist-themed rock and world beat songs.

Bicycle Buddha

"What happens when a great guitar player/songwriter meets the Buddha on the road? They make good music and deep wisdom together. And what’s best of all -- this is Dharma you can dance to!!! Don’t miss it."

- Wes Nisker, Buddhist teacher and author of Crazy Wisdom

Now Available!

At my events, and at iTunes, Amazon MP3, and CD Baby, as digital download or physical CD.

A video: of the title cut

Free download: Laughing Buddha Radio Edit

Lyrics: the whole Laughing Buddha album

Like the album: Facebook

You can see the video here that I used on Kickstarter to raise the money to finish recording.

I am grateful to all those who supported the project.

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A Burning Desire –
Dharma God & The Path of Recovery
...a gift for those who struggle with the Twelve Step program's focus on the need to surrender to a Higher Power ... Griffin shows how the Dharma, the teachings of the Buddha, can be understood as a Higher Power.


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One Breath At A Time
Buddhism and the 12 Steps
Meditation teacher and author Griffin discovered that his Buddhist practice deepened as a result of the 12-step program that freed him from addiction. ...Griffin shows how the Dharma, the teachings of the Buddha, can be understood as a Higher Power.

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