Local Engaged Sanghas
In response to the climate crisis, other forms of environmental degredation and the basic motivation to connect explore our interdependence with the biosphere, a number of local “earth” or “green” sanghas have formed. Some are mature, others are just getting organized. We all know the power of local so we at One Earth Sangha want to do all that we can to support these groups by helping you find one another, building awareness in local communities, sharing earth-dharma as well as ideas for caring practice in action.
We’ll provide overviews and updates from each local earth sangha as well as website and contact information to help you make the connection.
If you have a green group you’d like us to know about, send an email to gro.a1574271696hgnas1574271696htrae15742716961@tce1574271696nnoc1574271696.
In this intensely personal piece, Thanissara reflects on the events of 2018 and the unprecedented challenges to humanity they represent. She invites us to perceive their deep roots in the domination mindset and how we can, out of sheer necessity, respond with a fierce clarity of heart.Go Deeper
Join Spirit Rock in their second annual Earth Day event. We will bring our attention to the urgency of climate change, and the capacity of our community to respond appropriately and compassionately. We hope you will go home inspired to act!Go Deeper
Meditators in Devon, Brighton, Bristol, Cornwall, London and Milton Keynes, all sat together in solidarity for a very special night of practice and dedications, raising money for Tree Aid, an environmental charity working with local communities in Africa.Go Deeper
Green Sangha is hosting a mini-retreat: “Conversations about the Future.” Maeve Murphy will lead us in exploratory exercises from Joanna Macy’s Work That Reconnects, reflecting on our wishes and hopes for the future, imagining the resources we need to realize our dreams for the planet.Go Deeper