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One Earth Sangha

Indigenous Ecodharma in Aravallis of India

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In northwestern India, cultural-ecological conservationists are working with the Bhil tribe to protect a vital mountain range. Kritee Kanko, Mackenzie Shreve, and Mihir Bhardwaj lead this EcoDharma Exploration on November 19, 2023.

A Seamless Belonging

Fern-covered stairway in a forest

In this EcoDharma Exploration on October 22, 2023, Insight practitioner and environmental educator Rupert Marques invites us to uncover the uniqueness and universality of our embeddedness in our world.

Dharma and Nature

How might Dharma call us into community with our non-human relatives? Birder and Dharma teacher Anushka Fernandopulle led this EcoDharma Exploration on September 24.

In Search of Enduring Sangha

How might we find and build communities that nourish practice, engagement, and our very being? One Earth Sangha assistant director Tashi Black facilitated this EcoDharma Exploration on August 27.

Making Friends with Precarity

As the conditions for life on Earth change rapidly around us, how might we re-acquaint ourselves with our inherent vulnerability? One Earth Sangha director Kristin Barker led this EcoDharma Exploration on July 23.

Listening, Loving, Responding

What is it to chaplain one another through the eco-social crises of our time? Kirsten Rudestam led this EcoDharma Exploration on June 25.

Love this World

What would it mean to love our planet exactly as it is? Adam Lobel led this EcoDharma Exploration on March 19.

Ceremony and Sacred Action

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.

Steady through the Fire

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.