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Alan Senauke in conversation with Kristin Barker

What does our practice ask of us as we bear witness to escalating loss? In this conversation from 2017, Kristin Barker spoke to Berkeley Zen Center abbot Hozan Alan Senauke about social Dharma and collective transformation.
Practice
Practice
In this guided practice, Vimalasara invites you to ground yourself, quite literally, and feel your connection with Earth.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
In northeastern Nepal, a destabilizing climate brings escalating uncertainty, economic hardship, and local tensions.
Creative
Creative

A Poem in Honor of Endangered Species Day

If our winged, scaled, and shelled relatives could speak with us, what might they say? On Endangered Species Day, our guiding teacher Mark Coleman shares this original poem.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma

Awakening and Action on Behalf of the Earth

If we drop all resistance to our situation, will we lose the ability to create change? In this article, late Zen Master Thích Nhất Hạnh suggests the opposite: authentically helpful action begins with profound inner peace.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
How might we hold the immensity of Wynn Bruce's self-immolation without hardening into fixed view?
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EcoDharma

Talking About our Earth and Ecological Crises

Though most of us are concerned about climate change, we are not talking about it. Breaking our silence requires embodied awareness and skillful means, and is a form of engagement in itself.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma

Reflections on a Still-Unfolding Legacy

In this talk from April 2020, One Earth Sangha co-founder Lou Leonard explored the lessons we might draw from Earth Day's history.
Practice
Practice
Dekila Chungyalpa offers a brief Tonglen practice that nourishes well-being in the face of eco-distress.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
How can we fully meet the tragedies of life without collapsing or withdrawing?