Kevin Griffin is a Buddhist author, teacher, and leader in the mindful recovery movement.

Coming Events:
Sunday, February 9, Daylong retreat, Spiritual Awakening on the Path of Recovery, SF Dharma Collective, 2701 Folsom St, San Francisco. 10am-4pm.

Saturday-Sunday, February 29-March 1, non-residential retreat, Buddhism & the Twelve Steps Weekend, Insight LA, register online. Held at Benedict Canyon Retreat House, 9940 Westwanda Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210. 10am-4pm each day.

Spring Insight Meditation Retreat in Northern California, April 18-25.

One Breath at a Time Book CoverOne Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the Twelve Steps

One Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the Twelve Steps has established itself as a classic, a bellwether of the most significant recovery movement of the 21st century, combining Buddhist mindfulness practices with a 12-step recovery program.
Published in 2004, One Breath at a Time has never lost its place as the best-selling Buddhist recovery book. We are proud to present an audio edition of this transformative work.
Narrated by Kevin himself, the audio version brings this classic book to life.
©2004 Kevin Griffin (P)2017 Kevin Griffin

“In a wise and honest way Kevin Griffin has written a book that is truly helpful to Buddhist practitioners and the Twelve Step community alike. I am grateful that he’s brought together these two traditions so skillfully.”
– Jack Kornfield, author of “A Path with Heart.”

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Living Kindness: Buddhist Teachings for a Troubled World

Living Kindness: Buddhist Teachings for a Troubled World is an exploration of love, compassion, joy, and equanimity, the so-called “Brahmaviharas” or Divine Abodes. Combining a close reading of several suttas from the Pali Canon with personal reflections on trying to fulfill the Buddha’s challenge to be free from ill-will, the book is at once intimate and far-reaching in its scope.

“This is an exceptional book, one that could serve equally well as a starting point for understanding the Buddhist teaching on kindness or to deepen your understanding in an already established meditation practice.”
– Sharon Salzberg, author of “Real Happiness and Real Love”