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 Sent very 2-6 months, with fresh writing from Jaya, upcoming events and other news and interesting links, lovely poetry (often from retreat   participants), photos and a sense of community that many people treasure.

 

More frequent announcements of upcoming events (like the monthly   online Dharma gatherings).

as parents, children, grandparents, communities - in an aging, birthing, weaning, mourning, evolving, cellular family of life.

Tell us about your experience

You are welcome to offer

a poem / image / text

to the next newsletters  

by emailing

manager(at)opendharma.org

 

we sometimes need help

with online research, listening to recorded talks and meditations to note down tags, contributing to our Living Skills Directory,

and other projects.

If you are interested in taking part, please email:  eu(at)opendharma.org

About email, Jaya says:

"I usually do not have time and internet connection enough to respond to emails,

but I do try to read them all."

The world was made to be free in.

Give up all the other worlds
except the one to which you belong.

...

anything or anyone
that does not bring you alive

is too small for you.
 

~David Whyte

from “Sweet Darkness,” The House of Belonging

For information about retreats, please visit the upcoming retreats page before emailing retreat managers.

For general inquiries, and to ask about one-to-one meetings on skype for those who have done retreat, please email:

manager(at)opendharma.org

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May our practice and our lives be dedicated to the momentum of awakening for all,

including ourselves.

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