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Dharma Talks
2013-04-19 Being Deluded 48:52
  Sky Dawson
Seeing the illusion of things. Not seeing clearly, stops connection with life
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge April 2013 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2013-04-19 Evening Story-Tsunami Tree 10:28
  Franz Moeckl
How I saved a tree and how a tree saved me.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Through Dhamma Eyes: Training in Awareness and Wisdom

2013-04-20 Exploring Awakening and the Three Refuges 50:11
  Martine Batchelor
Looking at the meaning of selflessness and what would support our practice.
Gaia House The Zen Retreat

2013-04-20 A Talk about the Land 31:28
  Malcolm Margolin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Responses to Climate Change: Awareness, Action and Celebration
In collection One Earth Sangha

2013-04-20 The View From an Empty Mind 34:29
  Jose Reissig
When we have emptied our mind of its clutter we can see not only things as they are, but also the underlying vastness.
Dominican Sisters center at Saugerties :  Rhinebeck Sitting Group Retreat

2013-04-20 From Me to We 53:12
  James Baraz and Bob Doppelt
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Responses to Climate Change: Awareness, Action and Celebration
In collection One Earth Sangha

2013-04-20 Climate and the Dance of Life 46:54
  Paul Hawken
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Responses to Climate Change: Awareness, Action and Celebration

2013-04-20 Marcia Rose: Metta, The Heart’s Release 67:03
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage April 2013 Month Long Hermitage

2013-04-20 Connecting Inner and Outer Responses to Climate Change 37:37
  Donald Rothberg
At this time of climate disruption, we need powerful responses--integrating more "inner" spiritual practices and principles, on the one hand, with skill in "outer" responses, on the other. This integration or marriage can happen in many ways as we participate in the "great turning"--whether our primary emphasis, to use Joanna Macy's analysis, is stopping further damage from occurring, transforming our institutions, or helping to shift consciousness. Without this integration, however, spiritual practice runs the risk of becoming a kind of middle-class escapism and activism runs the risk of being caught in self-righteousness, attachment to views, demonization of the "enemy," and burnout. We need a new integration! We look at several dharma principles that can be the basis for such an integration, consider briefly how Spirit Rock is responding (and might respond further) to climate issues, and especially look at the figure of the bodhisattva.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Responses to Climate Change: Awareness, Action and Celebration
In collection One Earth Sangha

2013-04-20 Active Hope 49:37
  Joanna Macy
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Responses to Climate Change: Awareness, Action and Celebration
In collection One Earth Sangha

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