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December Refuge and Precepts Ceremony

Once again this year, One Dharma will offer a Refuge and Precepts Ceremony  for committed practitioners. If you’re interested, here is some general information:

About the Refuge Ceremony… 364 more words

Buddhism

Kindness and Compassion Daylong Retreat

Saturday, December 6, 2014, 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Nashville Friends House

During the busyness and outward focus that often accompany the holidays, this daylong retreat will offer a quiet time to slow down, connect with our bodies and extend kindness and compassion to ourselves and others. 139 more words

Mindfulness

The Maples of Autumn

My legacy –
What will it be?
Flowers in spring,
The cuckoo in summer,
And the crimson maples
Of autumn…

~Ryokan

Meditation

Living the Questions Dharma Talk and Guided Meditation by Lisa Ernst

This dharma talk was recorded at Insight Nashville on October 1, 2014. It includes a guided meditation on working with deep questions in your life. 10 more words

Mindfulness

Mindful Speech and Deep Listening Workshop

Saturday, October 25, 1 – 4 p.m., 12 South Dharma Center

Cost: $35

Led by Lisa Ernst

Learning to integrate our meditation practice with speech and communication is a vital step to bring mindfulness, compassion and realization into our daily lives. 151 more words

Meditation

Update - October 4 Contemplative Photography and Meditation Workshop

There’s still time to register for my Fall Contemplative Photography and Meditation Workshop, coming up on Saturday, October 4 at a lovely, rural site in College Grove, TN (about 35 minutes from downtown Nashville). 18 more words

Mindfulness

Recap of "Living the Questions" Fall Retreat with Red Clay Sangha

This past weekend I had the pleasure of leading a retreat in the North Georgia mountains, hosted by Atlanta’s  Red Clay Sangha. The theme was “Cultivating Clarity Through Living the Questions.” This is the second retreat I’ve led for Red Clay Sangha, which is a wonderful Zen community of dedicated practitioners committed to a welcoming, strong and supportive sangha. 117 more words

Mindfulness