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Soul Story Podcast Part 2

This is the second part of a podcast I did with Adam Hill at Radnor Lake.

From Adam:

“In this episode, we discuss Lisa’s  perspective on the mystery of the path, overcoming painful obstacles, and the immersion she feels while seeking photographs in nature.” 9 more words

Mindfulness

Daylong Meditation Retreat: Resting in Openhearted Awareness

Saturday, August 27, 9:30 – 3:30
Nashville Friends Meeting
Led by Lisa Ernst

“There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” – Rumi

In this silent retreat we will stabilize attention and deepen concentration through the breath and body, then gradually open our awareness to the boundless space of mind and heart. 102 more words

Mindfulness

Our New Meditation Space

Here are some photos of One Dharma’s new Nashville meditation space. Its spacious, serene and quiet. We also love the raised ceiling and skylight. If you live in or near Nashville and haven’t come by yet, please come see the space in person and join us for meditation. 14 more words

Mindfulness

Dharma Talk: The Dancer in The Desert

This dharma talk was inspired by a woman named Marta Beckett who was a professionally trained ballet dancer in New York City. When her car broke down in Death Valley she saw an abandoned old theater and listened to the call of her heart and renovated it. 60 more words

Buddhism

Fall Residential Retreat with Red Clay Sangha

Making the Mystery Clear
Led by Lisa Ernst
Thursday evening, September 29 – Sunday Noon, October 2

Our practice is not to clear up the mystery. 151 more words

Mindfulness

Summer

Spring departing
Birds cry
tears in the eyes of fish
– Basho

 

Buddhism

Dharma Talk: The Flood and The Heart Tree

In this talk I share my experiences from the Nashville flood of 2010, how it devastated Radnor Lake and how the lake recovered. From a larger perspective, I explore the question of how we proceed when a tree falls into our path, or when the path is flooded beyond recognition. 13 more words

Meditation