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.
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In the Himalayan foothills, I got to use Tom Riddle's GoPro camera to walk through the woods to the lake--Tomji's idea, and camera--and talk about meditation on a walk. A few tips for standing and formal walking meditation, and then the beloved walk down to the lake at Sattal Ashram.
Thanks again,Tom, for the inspiration and follow-through. We started this project in April 2016, and went through several iterations before ending up just doing a fresh take at the end of the 2n