Upcoming Events from Our Networks

One Earth Sangha shares local and online events from around the world that express a Buddhist / mindfulness response to ecological crises.

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A Women’s Retreat
Join Jean Leonard, Sarah Heffron and Alice Robbins for this retreat that welcomes all who self-identify as women. This retreat is appropriate for both those relatively new to practice, as well as more seasoned practitioners who wish to deepen and strengthen their connection to the Dharma in nature.
Residential Retreat With Lama Rod Owens
Join Lama Rod in this retreat as we engage in contemporary tantric practice that incorporates not just profound and accessible practices, but also linking these practices with current justice movements.
Live Online Retreat With Lama Rod Owens
Online
Join Lama Rod in this retreat as we engage in contemporary tantric practice that incorporates not just profound and accessible practices, but also linking these practices with current justice movements.
Kaia Svien interviewed by Hildur Palsdottir
Online
Join Natural Dharma Fellowship for a series of monthly conversations about our experience of and engagement with the global ecological crisis from a Buddhist perspective.
With Kritee (Kanko), Kaira Jewel Lingo, Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish and Imtiaz Rangwala
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC) is hosting this retreat designed for empowering self-identifying people of color involved in change-making work.
With Keynote Speaker Dr. Katharine Hayhoe
Online
Join Faith in Place for this hybrid event, fully accessible virtually with local watch parties hosted in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. The full Summit will include 6 sessions exploring the intersection of spirituality, the environment, and justice.
With Dr. Sarah Ray
Online
This 4-week session brings together the heart-practices of mindfulness and research on climate psychology to cultivate greater capacity to cope with the psychological effects of climate change, reconnect with each other and the earth, and be of service to planetary healing.
Dekila Chungyalpa and Thanissara interviewed by Hildur Palsdottir
Online
Join Natural Dharma Fellowship for a series of monthly conversations about our experience of and engagement with the global ecological crisis from a Buddhist perspective.
With Nicola Redfern and Rosalie Dores
Online
In this seven week course, Nicola Redfern and Rosalie Dores integrate Joanna Macy’s Active Hope work and the relational meditation practice of Insight Dialogue to explore and awaken our capacity to respond to the climate emergency together.
Susan Murphy interviewed by Sarah Buie
Online
Join Natural Dharma Fellowship for a series of monthly conversations about our experience of and engagement with the global ecological crisis from a Buddhist perspective.