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In this five-minute practice, Dekila Chungyalpa invites us to relax into our connection with Earth.
Fire's Potential for Destruction and Creation
What can we learn from the wildfires that rage around the world—whose season seems to lengthen with each passing year?
How can we work with reactivity—our own, and others'—and create the conditions for a truly effective response to ecological crises?
Zenju Earthlyn Manuel invites us to let go of our posture, to fall off our seat into deep intimacy with our beautiful, suffering world.
As the U.S. Supreme Court weakens already-insufficient environmental protections, Joan Halifax calls on us to resist institutional avarice, cruelty, and delusion.
A Seven-Step Practice for Staying Resilient While Confronting the Climate Crisis
How can we cultivate strength and tenderness in the midst of devastating losses? A Buddhist teacher and clinical psychologist offers this heart practice.
The Arrow Journal Interviews Kristin Barker
How can deep attention help us counter ecological violence? In this interview with The Arrow, Kristin Barker explores the roots of the crisis and the remedies at hand.
Buddhist Nuns in Ladakh Fight Climate Change
An alliance of Tibetan Buddhist nuns is responding to ecological breakdown with medical, environmental, and spiritual care.
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.
In this guided practice, Vimalasara invites you to ground yourself, quite literally, and feel your connection with Earth.