Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Deep Ecology and Engaged Buddhism

Deep Ecology & Engaged Buddhism
“Buddha Touched the Earth….”
an exploration workshop of Engaged Buddhism and Deep Ecology
buddha touching earth green
A fundraiser for tree ordination in Cambodia
Because the relationship between self and world is reciprocal, 
it is not a matter of first getting enlightened or saved
…and then acting.

As we work to heal the Earth, the Earth heals us. 
No need to wait.
As we care enough to take risks, 
we loosen the grip of ego
and begin to come home to our true nature. 
For in the co-arising nature of things, the world itself, 
if we are bold enough to love it, 
acts through us.  ~Joanna Macy

Facilitated by 
Anton Eastwick

Thurs, 26 September – Sun 29 September 2013
(starting Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon)

circle of light in foresttree facewoman among treesmeditation hands clasped

Warburton, Upper Yarra Valley, Victoria

Lodging: shared rooms or your own tent
Cost: Sliding scale from $300 to $160 depending on your means.  Includes 3 days of meals/lodging/materials

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or 0407 650026

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