CONSERVATION CONVERSATIONS

Buddhist Monk Under Tree
April 17, 2019 1 Hour Free

April Conservation Conversation with Dr. Susan Eirich and Dr. David Loy

Internationally renowned Buddhist scholar and activist Dr. David Loy will discuss his new book, Ecodharma, where he writes, “Engagement in the world is how our individual awakening blossoms, and contemplative practices such as meditation ground our activi...

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Buddhist Monk Under Tree

Internationally renowned Buddhist scholar and activist Dr. David Loy will discuss his new book, Ecodharma, where he writes, “Engagement in the world is how our individual awakening blossoms, and contemplative practices such as meditation ground our activism, transforming it into a spiritual path.” Susan and David will converse about what the teachings of Buddhism can offer to solving our current ecological crises. His recent lecture “Healing Ecology: A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco-crisis” talks about the parallel between our personal struggles and our collective ecological dilemma. You do not have to be schooled in Buddhism to enjoy or contribute to this conversation. After the...

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In March’s Conservation Conversation, Dr. Susan Eirich, Founder of Earthfire Institute, and Dr. Linda Bender, internationally renowned wildlife veterinarian and animal advocate, explored the issues of climate change and how to use our deep connection with nature to help us remain hopeful and resilient. They also discussed how we can find the courage to act rather than sink into despair. To hear this discussion and insights from the Earthfire community please watch the recording below. Our next conversation will be on Wednesday, April 20 at 6:00 pm MT (5:00 Pacific; 8:00 Eastern). The cost is free, but space is limited, and advance registration is required. Sign up for our newsletter to...

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Dr. Susan Eirich and the Earthfire community met for a deep, intimate conversation about the richness available to us if we tune into the life around us. We explored the ideas that every creature wants to be seen and what that implies. How do we interact with the material things in our life? Which of them do we need? One of the ways we can support one another in making the now critical paradigm shift of considering all life in our personal and collective decisions is to help each other become more aware, attend to what we might not otherwise have seen. These conversations offer a supportive environment where together we can explore our fears, hopes, suggestions and actions as we work to...

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