Ecodharma: Buddhist Practice for Challenging Times

  • Wonderwell Mountain Refuge Wonderwell Mountain Refuge
  • 253 Philbrick Hill Rd Springfield NH 03284
  • Sep 21 - 23, 2018 (3 days)
  • Private Room w/En-Suite Bath - $460.00 Private Room w/Hall Bath - $400.00 Shared Room w/En-Suite Bath - $336.00 Shared Room w/Hall Bath - $306.00 Dorm - $278.00 Tenting - $236.00 Commuter - $196.00

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The ecological crisis is the greatest challenge that humanity as ever faced. What do Buddhist teachings offer that can help us understand and respond appropriately? And what does the eco-crisis imply about how we understand and practice Buddhism? How do we honor our grief at what is happening? How do we combine personal transformation with social transformation? What does the ecosattva path involve

The weekend will include dharma talks, group discussion, and meditation practice — some of it outdoors, weather permitting.  Recommended reading: David’s most recent book, A New Buddhist Path: Enlightenment, Evolution and Ethics in the Modern World. He will also present from his forthcoming book Ecodharma: Buddhist Teachings for the Precipice.

David Loy

Wonderwell Mountain Refuge strives to offer retreats in a manner that is non-cost prohibitive and inclusive to persons of all means. If the full retreat cost would create an undue financial burden, we encourage persons to apply for scholarship and work-study. Whether one needs to request aid to defer a large or small portion of the cost of a retreat so as not to incur a financial burden, we strive to accommodate you. This link will take you to information about our work-study and scholarship possibilities.

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Ecodharma: Buddhist Practice for Challenging Times

at Wonderwell Mountain Refuge

  • Sep 21, 2018 - Sep 23, 2018 (3 days)


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