Environmental Buddhist Chaplaincy Daylong RSS

An exploration of the new field of Buddhist Environmental chaplaincy and ecological chaplaincy. Inspiration, personal connections with nature, unpacking the difficulties of intersectionality, and connecting with meaning and purpose.

with Kirsten Rudestam, Carla Brennan, Kyle Lemle, Bronte Velez, and Alexis Slutzky

Buddhist Environmental Chaplaincy Daylong Intro (with Kirsten Rudestam)
Gil Fronsdal 2017-10-14 1:16:37
A personal journey: considering eco-chaplaincy through the lens of ecopsychology
• Carla's journey through eco-psychology and Buddhist practice.
  • The Personal is Planetary  (PDF)
Carla Brennan 2017-10-14 53:06
Possibilities for meaning and purpose that stem from connection with nature
• How connection to nature inspires Buddhist Environmental chaplaincy
Carla Brennan 2017-10-14 20:54
Reconciliation (with Bronte Velez and Kyle Lemle)
• For more information about Bronte and Kyle's environmental social justice work, see
Gil Fronsdal 2017-10-14 1:41:19
Going Forth (with Alexis Slutzky)
• Alexis's journey and the tenets of the practice of council
Gil Fronsdal 2017-10-14 24:19
Moving forward: ideas for next steps and closing (with Kirsten Rudestam)
• Possibilities for Buddhist Environmental Chaplaincy: concrete next steps. Day closing.
Gil Fronsdal 2017-10-14 22:40


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