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Tim Ream

Tim Ream

Tim Ream is a long-time Earth activist and Soto Zen practitioner. He received lay ordination from Tenshin Reb Anderson in 1994 and has engaged since in repeated, intensive residential practice, mostly at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center and Green Gulch Farm. Tim is an organizer, campaigner, writer, and environmental attorney. His activism ranges from direct action and civil disobedience like tree-sitting and road blockading to successful lawsuits to protect wolves and other species.
Earth Activism and Empowerment for Dharma Practitioners
From March 5 through April 18, 2024, Earth activist and Zen practitioner Tim Ream leads this six-part course on activism grounded in care, community, and empowerment.
Expressing Our Awakening Agency
Equipped with a deeply rooted sense of our belonging and calling, we turn outward, discovering the domains of our EcoSattva action.
Expressing Our Awakening Agency
Equipped with a deeply rooted sense of our belonging and calling, we turn outward. In earlier sessions, we opened up some of the habitual but limited ways that we engage with others around social transformation. Now we’ll look at what does work supported by research and our own honed wisdom. We’ll clarify in particular our agency in relationships (implicit and explicit) and groups (social norming) as well as what sabotages that agency.
The Dharma as Antidote to Climate Grief and Activist Burnout
Tim Ream, long-time Earth activist and Soto Zen practitioner, led this EcoDharma Exploration on August 21.