One Earth Sangha offers EcoDharma Explorations, monthly gatherings that focus on different facets of EcoDharma. Recordings are provided for anyone who cannot attend or wishes to revisit a gathering.
Recordings of past explorations are available here.
Sadness, Wonder, and Trust
What would it mean to love our planet exactly as it is? Adam Lobel led this EcoDharma Exploration on March 19.
Moving toward Atonement, Advocacy,
and Communion with Earth
In an age of separation, how might we bring ourselves back into sacred relationship with Earth? On February 26, Thanissara led this EcoDharma Exploration on activism rooted in radical belonging.
Increasing Resiliency and Decreasing Reactivity
In a dramatically changing world, we are more vulnerable to reactivity. In this EcoDharma Exploration on January 29, Heather Sundberg offered somatic practices to bolster our resilience and engagement.
Caring for Inner and Outer Turmoil
Meditation teacher, author, and One Earth Sangha guiding teacher Kaira Jewel Lingo leads this EcoDharma Exploration on October 16.
Earth-Based Dharma and the Rising Eco-Sangha
Meditation teacher and shamanic practitioner Spring Washam led this EcoDharma Exploration on September 18.
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.
Investigating the Intersection of Ecology, Dharma and Justice
One Earth Sangha director Kristin Barker led this EcoDharma Exploration on July 24.
An EcoDharma Exploration with James Baraz
James Baraz, meditation teacher and co-founder Spirit Rock Meditation Center, led this EcoDharma Exploration on June 19.
An EcoDharma Exploration with Lama Willa Blythe Baker
Lama Willa Blythe Baker, founder and spiritual director of Natural Dharma Fellowship, led this EcoDharma Exploration on April 17.
An EcoDharma Exploration with Vimalasara
Dr. Valerie (Vimalasara) Mason-John, senior teacher in the Triratna Buddhist Community and award-winning author, led this EcoDharma Exploration on March 20.