15Sep9:30 AM4:30 PMNo Time to Lose: A Dharma Response to Climate ChangeA Dana (By Donation) Benefit for One Earth Sangha and Spirit Rock9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Community Meditation Center Teacher(s): In-person: James Baraz, Joanna Macy, Belvie Rooks, Jennifer Berezan & others. Via video: Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, Venerable Analayo, & others No prerequisiteOpen
Date: Sunday, September 15; 9:30am - 4:30pm. Sliding Scale: Dana (by Donation) Day. Code JB1B19. PRESENTERS: In-person: James Baraz, Joanna Macy, Belvie Rooks, Jennifer Berezan & others. Via video: Tara Brach,
Date: Sunday, September 15; 9:30am – 4:30pm.
Sliding Scale: Dana (by Donation) Day. Code JB1B19.
PRESENTERS: In-person: James Baraz, Joanna Macy, Belvie Rooks, Jennifer Berezan & others. Via video: Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, Venerable Analayo, & others.
Online option available via Livestream. Register here.
Arrival: Please arrive by 9:15am, to allow enough time for parking and check-in.
This day will be offered in the spirit of dana as a benefit for One Earth Sangha and Spirit Rock.
Looking for inspiration to be the change you want to see? In this day together, we will explore through teachings, meditation, and experiential exercises, how to apply the gifts and tools available through Dharma practice to the climate crisis–learning to face and transform fear, grief, anger, overwhelm and blocks that keep us from contributing in a meaningful and inspiring way. With this embodied awareness, we can move into conscious action with a deeper connection to ourselves, our community, and our world.
This day will be offered in the spirit of dana as a benefit for One Earth Sangha, a platform for teachings on a wise Dharma response to climate change, and for Spirit Rock. All presenters are offering teachings as their dana to support this day. We want to make the day available to all and we hope it will inspire everyone to be as generous as possible.
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Belvie Rooks incorporates meditation and stillness as part of her youth/elder, intergenerational wisdom circles. Co-founder of "Growing a Global Heart" along with her late husband, poet Dedan Gills, she has engaged in ceremonial tree plantings along the Trans-Atlantic Slave Route in West African and the Underground Railroad in the United States and Canada. Her new book, I Give You the SPRINGTIME of My Blushing Heart:A Poetic Love Song is co-authored with Dedan. SPRINGTIME is a poetic memoir dealing with love, grief, loss and transcendence. She and Dedan are also featured contributors in The Power of Love: A Transformed Heart Changes the World, edited by Fran Grace PhD. Her essays are included in a number of anthologies including, My Soul Is a Witness: African American Women's Spirituality, Ecological and Social Healing: Multicultural Women's Voices and Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet, with an introduction by Jane Goodall. She is a Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award winner as senior editor of, Paris Connection: African American Artists in Paris.
Jack Kornfield, PhD
Tara Brach, PhD