Is it self-indulgent to commit to so-called inner work?
Is it avoidance if we devote ourselves to so-called outer work? (Drawing by Jaya, Copyright Jaya Julienne Ashmore, 2019.) I've been hearing these questions frequently in recent weeks.
In the face of ecological turbulence, for example, where do we reach for our response? What do we do and from where do we find a real willingness to be here and meet our situation fully?
I'd like to share and get real with these and oth
Bringing it home,
all the threads that weave a retreat:
the radiance, quietness, intensity, transformation, upheaval, support, friendliness. Simplicity and nuance and messiness. Depth and surprise. Freedom and discipline.
Seriousness, confusion, discovery and playfulness.
Application form here:
https://form.jotform.us/72048609552156 2 live meditations a week
Participate in whatever ways fit you this month:
~Join live or just listen to the recordi
I am delighted to let you know I am offering a Streaming retreat the weekend of November 2-4...less than 1 month away. It is the first online retreat I have offered since March, 2016!
Below please find the basic information, including the full schedule, expressed in Spanish time.
Streaming Weekend Retreat - November 2-4, 2018
with Jaya Ashmore ~The support and flourishing of a deep rest retreat while at home.
~An international practice community online
~Live teachings fr
Knowing we are okay, even in all our weirdness and tenderness, can give rise to the joy and confidence that makes our spiritual path come alive. Even for especially difficult trauma and pain, okayness can be a good ground to heal from. This half-hour podcast will go live at 12:30 pm European time on Monday, December 18. And you can listen to the podcast any time after that, too: http://tobtr.com/s/10468245 #DharmatalkBlogradio #mystery #meditation #traumahealing