Running the Middle Way

Running the Middle Way

What do sitting on the meditation cushion and running have in common? How might this form of movement be included in our mindfulness practice? Brian Dean Williams, both an insight meditation teacher and an avid trail runner, explored this with us at our weekly Sunday...
Wild Awake: The Wisdom of Nature

Wild Awake: The Wisdom of Nature

In the story of the Buddha, he awakened in the forest, taught in the forest, died in the forest. Nature played an important role in the Buddha’s awakening. Many Buddhist practice communities have been in close connection with nature. What role might it play in...
Change the Story, Change your Life

Change the Story, Change your Life

We live our lives through stories – about the world, and about ourselves. You may have noticed these stories surfacing in awareness in your meditation practice. We often cling to these stories as being “true”, yet holding this wrong view conceals...
Co-Creating a Trauma-Informed Recovery Community

Co-Creating a Trauma-Informed Recovery Community

Trauma fuels addictions. Addictions fuel trauma.Trauma creates ripe causes and conditions for addictions to arise. Addictions are traumatizing at biological, mental, spiritual, and social levels. In this session, we will explore the causes and effects of trauma, and...

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