• Jaya Julienne Ashmore

Times for a radical practice: "nothing to worry about"

Dharma week 24-30 April: Who are we in the world?

"Nothing to worry about" doesn't mean "everything is going great." It just means, "Worry doesn't help." In these times of transformation, we need all the help we can get.

This week, we will investigate what is true about who we are in the world--from the outermost to the innermost realms of what we are. The facts of life from mutual influence and the demands of these crazy times, to deep awakening to what is.

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