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    Buddhism and the Sacred Feminine: An Interview with Thanissara – Part 2

    “The sacred feminine” is a convenient term, yet “all distinctions are transcended in our own minds and hearts.” Thanissara suggests ways we may draw on the “collaborative energy of the feminine,” in seeking to transform our current environmental crisis.

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    Buddhism and the Sacred Feminine: An Interview with Thanissara – Part 1

    “A direct knowing of our inter-connection initiates us into the sacred feminine.” Thanissara explores how the sacred feminine is linked to the dharma and how, through body-focused practices, it can provide one channel for our earth-caring efforts to affect climate change.

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    EcoSattva Training 2016

    Registration is now open. Gather your sangha this fall on a journey to face climate change with wisdom and compassion. Course begins Oct 16 with a live session featuring Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi. Join us!

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    Being Content to Live With Less

    “We need to recognize that what society presents as real is more like a lie and take another way” Earlier this summer, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa spoke frankly on renunciation, contentment and the climate crisis.

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    The Buddha and the Sacred Earth

    All views are poetic. All understandings of reality, including “Nature,” are interpretive. In this article, Gaia House teacher, Rob Burbea, explores how Western culture’s views of “Nature” contribute to ecological crises and our opportunity to move beyond those limitations.

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    Affirming the Sacred Together

    Faith traditions the world over gathered on June 12 to inspire protection of sacred Earth. The live webinar we offered on that day featuring Jayna Geiber from the Order of Interbeing is available here.

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    Secular Activism and the Sacred: a Common Ground

    Kritee (Kanko) and Lou Leonard explore what it means to be climate activist in secular civil society while walking the Buddhist wisdom path