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.

Das EcoSattva Training

From the heart’s smallest jealousy to the devastation of global ecological crises, there is no suffering that this practice cannot meet. Join us in a journey of courageous discovery supported by wisdom, practice, science, and community. Against the backdrop of a pandemic and state actors actively hostile to science, evidence of ecological breakdown unfolds all […]

The EcoSattva Training

The EcoSattva Training is a journey designed to support you in reckoning with and responding to ecological crises. It unfolds over a series of eight sessions, each of which provides teachings from a diverse group of leaders along with practices, contemplations, and follow up resources.

Weathering the Storms

Meditation teacher, author, and One Earth Sangha guiding teacher Kaira Jewel Lingo leads this EcoDharma Exploration on October 16.

The Fourth Turning

Vintage Wheel

Meditation teacher and shamanic practitioner Spring Washam led this EcoDharma Exploration on September 18.

Lessons from a Solstice

What can sweltering summers and deep winters teach us about our response-abilities within a warming climate? In June 2021, Adam Lobel, Michelle King, and Fitzhugh Shaw led this set of embodied practices centered on heat.