Webinar – Surrendering to Uncertainty: “Embracing the Mud”

Webinar - Surrendering to Uncertainty: "Embracing the Mud"
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Date/Time
Date(s) - Aug 11, 2020
10:00 am EDT - 11:00 am EDT

Event Sponsor and Host
Garrison Institute


Join One Earth Sangha Guiding Teacher Kaira Jewel Lingo for a webinar on discovering the transformative potential of embracing challenge and uncertainty.

From the organizer:

This workshop is an invitation to come home to the island within us that very much needs our care, so that we can meet the uncertainty of our times with resilience and tenderness. We will practice to strengthen and deepen mindfulness, so that we can embrace “the mud” of difficulty in ourselves, in our relationships, workplaces, communities and in the world. We will learn how to nourish healing and wholesome mind-states, so that we can maintain inner balance and care for our painful emotions, both at an individual and collective level, especially in these times of painful division and profound change.

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This event is hosted by Garrison Institute.
For more information, see the event website here.


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