All posts tagged: Climate Engagement

Mon. 7/13/2020, 7pm: Sacred Earth Sangha – Climate, A New Story (Online)

Sacred Earth Sangha at New York Insight Meditation Center Meets 2nd Monday evening of every month Join us for an online book club exploring the latest book by Charles Eisenstein, Climate: A New Story which you can read online for a donation here. For our second meeting, we will be reading through Chapter Four (up to page 104 in the book and through the section “Five Thousand Years of Climate Change” online). Please feel free to join us for practice and discussion even if you have not completed the reading. We will still have time during our gathering for meditation, small group checkins and plenty of discussion. More info about the book below as well as Zoom Guidelines for our meetings. We look forward to post quarantine where we will be gather outdoors for safe and profound practices in nature. Climate — A New StoryFlipping the script on climate change, Eisenstein makes a case for a wholesale reimagining of the framing, tactics, and goals we employ in our journey to heal from ecological destructionRead the book online for free …

Sun., 8/23/2020: Cultivating Wisdom and Resilience Through Nature-Based Mindfulness Practice (Online and Outdoors)

As we go through an intense year of pandemic and social transformation, how do we access our inner resources regardless of external circumstances? Whether it is through a tree or sky meditation, listening to sounds of the birds or walking on grass barefoot, we can learn from the intelligence and wisdom from our natural environment, and reconnect and renew our body and spirit. Through this day you’ll be guided through nature meditation practices that connect to your senses and explore your internal and external experiences intimately. You can do these nature practices on your rooftop, porch, backyard, stupa, a neighborhood garden or park, anywhere that you can meditate outdoors. You don’t need to seek the most beautiful place to meditate – it is more important that it’s a place that you can easily access and that it can be in your routine so you can develop a regular nature-based practice on your own if you wish. We’ll also explore an indoor nature practice at the end of the day. Date: Sunday, August 23, 2020 Time: …