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One Earth Sangha
Expressing a wise and compassionate response to the climate crisis.
Expressing a wise and compassionate response to the climate crisis.

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Friends, the time has come.

Join One Earth Sangha, the amazing Joanna Macy, rev angel Kyodo williams and a powerful collection of teachers, activists and experts for our online, interactive EcoSattva Training. This course will develop our community’s capacity to effectively engage on climate change and other ecological challenges with courage, compassion and wisdom. Learn more and register here. Then share this post with your networks. Let's meet this together!

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What does it mean to follow the path of spiritual warriorship or to be an ecosattva? These ways of conceiving the journey to show compassion for all beings are founded in ancient traditions that offer wisdom for our current crises. On the occasion of the…

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In advance of the People's Climate March and One Earth Sangha's April 2nd online event featuring Hozan Senauke on walking the Boddhisattva Path, we bring you the powerful Western Soto Zen Buddhist Statement on the Climate Crisis.

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I am the old growth forest that has lived peacefully with my neighbors since the last ice age.

I am the refinery in Texas ready for bitumen to arrive.

Can we face the truth of the way human beings are altering the Earth without making enemies? What happens when we dissolve the barriers between self and the many beings connected to the tar sands in northern Alberta, Canada?

In the tradition of Thích Nhất Hạnh's famous meditation, "Call Me by My True Names," Nomi Green invites us into an Earth meditation to viscerally experience the ways we are not separate.

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On July 6, 2015, NASA's new Earth Observatory took this excellent Buddhist selfie. ‪#‎anattā‬ 

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We face challenges of an unprecedented scale. To meet them we need a training that roots our engagement more deeply than we've known before. In this dharma offering, Guhyapati from the ecodharma centre clarifies how we can respond with energy and patience to what the mind frames as "do or die” situations. Read or listen in!

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The Spirit Rock Community Climate Change Group is hosting a free screening of the film The Future of Energy, at the Spirit Rock Meditation Center on Tuesday, Feb. 24 from 7-9pm. "The film is an uplifting look at energy solutions and the people behind the renewable energy revolution." The event includes a short talk and performance by Dharma teacher, eco-comedian, Wes Nisker.

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What is the place of compassion and mindfulness in climate action and what might engaged Buddhism mean for each of us? On March 6, our friends in the area of Tampa, Florida (US) have a great opportunity to join the Florida Community of Mindfulness for a special talk by Buddhist Peace Fellowship's co-director Katie Loncke. ‪#‎EcoSangha‬

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Supporting our hearts: Sister Jewel from the Order of Interbeing offers this meditation as a way to hold the vast complexities inherent in awakening to climate change. 

#interbeing #Buddhism #climatechange
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