8 Ways to Well-Being: Spirituality
What is Spirituality for the Women at CASA CAPRI RECOVERY?
We believe spirituality is broad, roomie, and personal—yet can be a shared experience. Casa Capri Recovery’s mission is to provide community, connection, and purpose…and for us, that in and of itself is spiritual. With so many perspectives and so many ideas, just the idea that there is something bigger “out there” and a meaning to it all, is satisfying.
Be a good person. At Casa Capri Recovery, we live in a community and a neighborhood with rules and structure. There is an understood expectation that everyone is kind and respectful towards one another, that we always tell the truth, and have the rule: “Say what you mean, but don’t say it mean.”
We are open to all religions—take what you like and leave the rest. We pray, we meditate, we practice yoga. We teach the women about mindfulness and nature. We attend spiritual sermons, twelve step meetings and our women are able to attend church or temple.
We do know there is an interconnectedness to inner-peace, spirituality, and recovery and at Casa Capri Recovery, we encourage it all.
Spirituality for us is LOVE. Our mission to provide, community, connection and purpose is spiritual. It’s broad, roomie and personal- yet at Casa Capri Recovery we share the experience. With so many perspectives and so many ideas of what spirituality is and is not, we keep it very simple, if you believe it, it’s true for you.
Our hope is every woman that comes to us for help has an experience unlike anything she has experienced before where she feels love, a sense of unity, compassion and peace. We hope that what she finds here as she begins to uncover and rediscover who she really is, that resilient and capable woman, her own definition of spirituality and it helps her feel safe, loved and connected.
If you or a loved one needs help, please reach out to our admissions team at 844-252-5221 we are here to help you.
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