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One Earth Community

We do not walk this path alone.
Coming to terms with and responding to what is underway requires the support of community.

EcoSanghas to Join

In-Person or Online

Group meets Monthly; discussion is in Nederlands.

LocationAvercampstraat 74
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1072 RB

Featured Online Course

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Climate, Justice, Nonviolence and Regenerative social change
Can we take the inconvenient and risky actions necessary to minimize suffering? How might taking such actions become more normal, healing, holistic, and beautiful? Can they authentically express our deepest spiritual truths?

Led by Boundless in Motion and hosted by One Earth Sangha, this course begins May 15. Applications open now.

Upcoming Events

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With Kaira Jewel Lingo
By cultivating wisdom, we can gain a deeper understanding of the impermanent and interconnected nature of life, investigate our perceptions, and vision the kind of world we truly want. With resilience and balance, we can remain grounded and steady, even amidst the chaos and uncertainty of crisis.
Practicing Nonviolence in Times of Great Harm
Sami Awad, Kazu Haga, and Miki Kastan in conversation with BPF Co-Director Kate Johnson. Please join us for an interdisciplinary, interfaith conversation on the practice of nonviolence, both internally and externally, as it relates to the current violence in Israel and Palestine.
IMS Book Club
Meditation teacher Oren Jay Sofer shares a pragmatic guide to living a life of meaning and purpose in a time of great social, environmental, and spiritual upheaval.
Contemplating our Mortality
What does it mean to live in the full awareness that we are not here forever? Join Yanai Postelnik and River Wolton for this hybrid retreat.
Singing for Personal and Social Liberation
Join Melanie Harris and Joshuah Brian Campbell for an exploration of liberation through the history of movement songs, Buddhist meditation, active listening, and being with the sacred tradition of African American Spirituals.
Learning Engaged Spirituality from Buddhist and Christian Saints and Bodhisattvas
Through meditation, prayer, and intimate conversations, we will connect with the “mystic heart,” where the teachings of Buddha and Christ converge. In this sacred space, join Adam Bucko and Kaira Jewel Lingo in an exploration of our unique callings and discern how to meet these times with compassion, resilience, and purpose.
Led by Candia Ludy
“Maitri Bhavana Second Sunday” includes a brief talk, a discussion period, and Maitri Bhavana practice. Maitri Bhavana is a regularly scheduled mahayana practice for the seriously ill, or for major global turmoil and disasters. It contains tonglen practice and may be done by anyone.


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