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ONLINE Group Meditation Tuesday Evenings

Healing Tree Yoga Studio

Guilt and anger and fear are part of the problem. If you want to save the world, save it because you love it! —Gary Snyder Dear Group Meditator, I hope this message finds you settling into the warmth of summer. In last week’s group, I asked what topics for meditation you would like in the upcoming weeks. One of the topic suggestions was Climate Change, which is very near and dear to my heart. “We are facing increasingly complex global challenges, of which climate change is perhaps the most important. It is obvious that we must do something about our carbon emissions and the increase in floods, windstorms, and heat waves that threaten our environment – but we don’t seem to know what. It is becoming clear, however, that the problem can’t simply be solved by new technology or new governments alone. We also need to develop new social practices and encourage a broader cultural shift towards more sustainable living and climate action. To meet this task requires a profound reorientation of our relationship to the earth and its resources, including a move from our fossil fuel economy to renewable energy. Underpinning this shift is a transformation of consciousness from seeing the world as an object to exploit, to knowing and living our profound interconnection with all things”. In other words we have to completely rethink how we do things”. After all, how can we love our children and yet leave them a world spiraling into ecological chaos. I invite you to join me for online group meditation Tuesday August 4th at 7pm to explore through meditation the impact of climate change on the planet and on us. The Zoom invitation can be found on my website meditation-works.org under Group Meditation. May you discover in our online community a path to cultivate deeper compassion, purpose, and courage, E Donations will be gratefully and joyfully accepted through VENMO (Eileen-Shaw-8) Please give what you can. Money should never prevent anyone from joining us. The practice of generosity allows us to see the world from the point of view of what we have and what we have to give, instead of seeing it from the perspective of what we don’t have and desperately want. “Climate change is real. It is happening right now, it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.” Leonardo Di Caprio

ONLINE Group Meditation Tuesday Evenings

Healing Tree Yoga Studio

Guilt and anger and fear are part of the problem. If you want to save the world, save it because you love it! —Gary Snyder Dear Group Meditator, I hope this message finds you settling into the warmth of summer. In last week’s group, I asked what topics for meditation you would like in the upcoming weeks. One of the topic suggestions was Climate Change, which is very near and dear to my heart. “We are facing increasingly complex global challenges, of which climate change is perhaps the most important. It is obvious that we must do something about our carbon emissions and the increase in floods, windstorms, and heat waves that threaten our environment – but we don’t seem to know what. It is becoming clear, however, that the problem can’t simply be solved by new technology or new governments alone. We also need to develop new social practices and encourage a broader cultural shift towards more sustainable living and climate action. To meet this task requires a profound reorientation of our relationship to the earth and its resources, including a move from our fossil fuel economy to renewable energy. Underpinning this shift is a transformation of consciousness from seeing the world as an object to exploit, to knowing and living our profound interconnection with all things”. In other words we have to completely rethink how we do things”. After all, how can we love our children and yet leave them a world spiraling into ecological chaos. I invite you to join me for online group meditation Tuesday August 4th at 7pm to explore through meditation the impact of climate change on the planet and on us. The Zoom invitation can be found on my website meditation-works.org under Group Meditation. May you discover in our online community a path to cultivate deeper compassion, purpose, and courage, E Donations will be gratefully and joyfully accepted through VENMO (Eileen-Shaw-8) Please give what you can. Money should never prevent anyone from joining us. The practice of generosity allows us to see the world from the point of view of what we have and what we have to give, instead of seeing it from the perspective of what we don’t have and desperately want. “Climate change is real. It is happening right now, it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.” Leonardo Di Caprio

ONLINE Group Meditation Tuesday Evenings

Healing Tree Yoga Studio

Guilt and anger and fear are part of the problem. If you want to save the world, save it because you love it! —Gary Snyder Dear Group Meditator, I hope this message finds you settling into the warmth of summer. In last week’s group, I asked what topics for meditation you would like in the upcoming weeks. One of the topic suggestions was Climate Change, which is very near and dear to my heart. “We are facing increasingly complex global challenges, of which climate change is perhaps the most important. It is obvious that we must do something about our carbon emissions and the increase in floods, windstorms, and heat waves that threaten our environment – but we don’t seem to know what. It is becoming clear, however, that the problem can’t simply be solved by new technology or new governments alone. We also need to develop new social practices and encourage a broader cultural shift towards more sustainable living and climate action. To meet this task requires a profound reorientation of our relationship to the earth and its resources, including a move from our fossil fuel economy to renewable energy. Underpinning this shift is a transformation of consciousness from seeing the world as an object to exploit, to knowing and living our profound interconnection with all things”. In other words we have to completely rethink how we do things”. After all, how can we love our children and yet leave them a world spiraling into ecological chaos. I invite you to join me for online group meditation Tuesday August 4th at 7pm to explore through meditation the impact of climate change on the planet and on us. The Zoom invitation can be found on my website meditation-works.org under Group Meditation. May you discover in our online community a path to cultivate deeper compassion, purpose, and courage, E Donations will be gratefully and joyfully accepted through VENMO (Eileen-Shaw-8) Please give what you can. Money should never prevent anyone from joining us. The practice of generosity allows us to see the world from the point of view of what we have and what we have to give, instead of seeing it from the perspective of what we don’t have and desperately want. “Climate change is real. It is happening right now, it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.” Leonardo Di Caprio

ONLINE Group Meditation Tuesday Evenings

Healing Tree Yoga Studio

Guilt and anger and fear are part of the problem. If you want to save the world, save it because you love it! —Gary Snyder Dear Group Meditator, I hope this message finds you settling into the warmth of summer. In last week’s group, I asked what topics for meditation you would like in the upcoming weeks. One of the topic suggestions was Climate Change, which is very near and dear to my heart. “We are facing increasingly complex global challenges, of which climate change is perhaps the most important. It is obvious that we must do something about our carbon emissions and the increase in floods, windstorms, and heat waves that threaten our environment – but we don’t seem to know what. It is becoming clear, however, that the problem can’t simply be solved by new technology or new governments alone. We also need to develop new social practices and encourage a broader cultural shift towards more sustainable living and climate action. To meet this task requires a profound reorientation of our relationship to the earth and its resources, including a move from our fossil fuel economy to renewable energy. Underpinning this shift is a transformation of consciousness from seeing the world as an object to exploit, to knowing and living our profound interconnection with all things”. In other words we have to completely rethink how we do things”. After all, how can we love our children and yet leave them a world spiraling into ecological chaos. I invite you to join me for online group meditation Tuesday August 4th at 7pm to explore through meditation the impact of climate change on the planet and on us. The Zoom invitation can be found on my website meditation-works.org under Group Meditation. May you discover in our online community a path to cultivate deeper compassion, purpose, and courage, E Donations will be gratefully and joyfully accepted through VENMO (Eileen-Shaw-8) Please give what you can. Money should never prevent anyone from joining us. The practice of generosity allows us to see the world from the point of view of what we have and what we have to give, instead of seeing it from the perspective of what we don’t have and desperately want. “Climate change is real. It is happening right now, it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.” Leonardo Di Caprio

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