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How might our experience of eco-distress shift if we could offer it the hand of friendship? We share this practice, led by Lama Willa Blythe Baker, from our latest EcoSattva Training.
In this practice, Damchö invites us to feel into our connection and devotion to Earth.
When we look deeply into anger, what wisdom might we discover? Dekila Chungyalpa leads this practice of developing intimacy with one of our most difficult emotions.
A Guided Meditation for the Biomes of the Earth
In this Earth-centered practice of tonglen, or sending and taking, Zen teacher Kokuu Andy McLellan invites us to breathe in the suffering of our planet's six major biomes and send out our love and compassion in exchange.
How might we surrender to the uncertainty and possibility of this moment, embracing solidarity with all life?
In observance of International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we share this guided audio practice from Pennie Opal Plant.
Guided Contemplative Practice on Heat
Living on a warming planet, how can we find stability in our relationship with heat? As the Northern Hemisphere observes the Summer Solstice, we share this guided practice from Adam Lobel.
In celebration of the life of monastic and scholar Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, we share this practice he composed in response to global warming and ecosystem collapse.
Six Somatic Practices
Somatic meditation teacher Heather Sundberg shares practices to help ground us as we navigate the overlapping trauma fields of ecological crises.
In this practice, Dr. Yuria Celidwen invites us to feel into the unbroken lineage of living beings that have brought us into being.