Ecodharma Sangha meets
the second Thursday of each month
from 1:30-3:00pm throughout 2018
Each meeting will offer meditation and inquiry into the Wisdom Practices and work with our emotions and thoughts that arise around the current climate issues. There will be a variety of topics offered through dharma talks, articles, videos, and lecture. The topics will derive from the website One Earth Sangha and the eight week Ecosattva Training that was offered at the BDC in 2017.
As a group, we will discuss ways to take action. This could be in the form of phone calls, writing letters to legislators, and supporting local, state, and national issues that impact us all around the effects of climate change.
This is a drop-in community. Please feel free to come and bring a friend(s) for a sincere and in depth look into Buddhist practice and Global Climate Change.
You do not have to be a practicing Buddhism to participate. All are welcome!
Questions? please email:firstname.lastname@example.org
“What does it mean to live in accordance with Buddhist principles in the context of global climate change? What would our lives look like if we were to respond to the environmental crisis as an expression of our Buddhist path? How can Buddhism, with its understanding of greed, hatred and delusion, as well as its deep exploration of our connectedness and inter-being, contribute to a conversation about broad-scale transformation? How do we actualize the Bodhisattva vow and help ourselves and others fully awaken to the truth of a warming world?” -from the One Earth Sangha webpage