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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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Finding Keys to Living Sustainably, through Meditation, Ecological Building, Permaculture and Focusing
This course with Noon Baldwin will be divided into four modules which weave together meditative communications skills, (Focusing) and ecology. 1st Module : 28th March to 3rd April 2024.
With Rosalie Dores
Together, we will co-create a close knit community within which we can learn ways to stay nourished, resilient, and sufficiently resourced to make our own true response, however small.
With Jennifer Block and Vanessa Able
Join us for an explanation of this field of service, which is gaining in size and scope in dharma communities. Professional chaplains and educators will introduce aspects of chaplaincy, including: a definition of chaplaincy, the history of chaplaincy, settings where chaplains serve, and the steps one can take to become a volunteer or professional chaplain (including educational requirements) as a Buddhist practitioner.
Each session will include grounding skills, community sharing, Buddhist practices and how they can support us in this time, and information on the science and positive initiatives. James Lowe, Ram Appalaraju, and Jeanne Corrigal will join us.
Practicing with Nature in Times of Deep Transition
In this time of accelerating ecological change, how might we open to the more-than-human world around us as a teacher? With Zac Ispa-Landa as your guide, we will engage Buddhist meditation together with nature connection practices to explore a path of awakening responsive to life in the anthropocene.
Faith Climate Action Week
Faith Climate Action Week is IPL’s annual program of climate-themed worship services and sermons that spans ten days of activities celebrating Earth Month. The week is IPL’s premier event to create a mass movement of people of faith and conscience preaching, teaching, and acting to heal the climate.
With Kathleen Rude
In this weekend workshop, we will create a supportive community where we can ground ourselves in gratitude, honor our pain for the world, reconnect to active hope, strengthen our resilience, and find clarity around how we can play a part in healing our communities and our planet.
An Animal Blessing
Led by Kaira Jewel Lingo, Adam Bucko, Larry Ward, and Peggy Ward, we'll share wisdom from our animal friends, while exploring our reciprocity and interconnectedness with the natural world as a whole.
This year we plan on walking the grounds of a deep history in the expansion of slavery, Jim Crow, and the Civil Rights movement – Selma and Montgomery. We intend our Plunge in Alabama to be personal and transformative, with attendees coming away with an emotional and heart connection with the people, places, and events we witness.