Healthy attachment is an emotional bond that forms with our primary caregivers (rather than the root-of-suffering kind of attachment often highlighted in Buddhist teachings). This is an evolutionarily vital kind of attachment that helps human infants to survive. Securely attached children feel protected, supported and connected. Securely attached adults are resilient, compassionate and collaborative. In this session we will explore re-establishing this kind of relationship with the earth as a foundation for our eco-activism.
One Earth Sangha offers monthly EcoDharma Explorations. Join our featured speaker and One Earth Sangha for a live Zoom gathering on January 28, 2024, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM US Eastern / 8:30 to 10:30 AM US Pacific / 5:30 to 7:30 PM CET. If you can’t make it to the gathering, a recording will be available.
Jessica Morey is a meditation teacher and coach. She has been practicing meditation for three decades. She began her practice on teen retreats at the Insight Meditation Society and graduated from the IMS teacher training program in 2021. She brings a sense of playfulness and care to her teaching and focuses on how we can bring our meditation practice off the cushion into our relationships and work. Jess studied engineering and worked in clean energy finance before founding Inward Bound Mindfulness Education, a nonprofit organization bringing youth in-depth mindfulness and compassion training.
Registration for this exploration is open now. This program is donation-based, with no required registration fee. We welcome your contributions to support this program and the work of One Earth Sangha.