Shown here is the calendar for events affiliated with CEC.
How does meditation help create the conditions for empowerment? In my thinking, our inner power is best cultivated in the soil of freedom, safety and understanding. Tonight's meditation will tap into techniques that boost those qualities in our experience, first individually then collectively.
The tension between the opposite poles of despair and empowerment makes each experience possible. In other words, we can't fully experience empowerment unless we also experience its shadow - despair. Inspired by the work of ecophilosopher Joanna Macy, we'll look at the way despair and empowerment work together to facilitate each other into being.
What does (dis)empowerment feel like in the body, what triggers it, subdues it, allows it? How can we allow ourselves to experience power without the power-over, or power-under? We will explore this through an embodied contemplation
a day of meditation, nature and movement exploration at a beautiful farm just outside of Toronto
In this sit, we’ll drop in and seek a comfortable exploration of a growing edge, the periphery of our understanding of something. Can we find that sweet spot, the place bridging the known and the unknown and empower ourselves through expanding our awareness? We will practice inviting a level of curiosity, closer proximity, and ‘oh’pening to our experiences (and their emotions) that we tend to distance ourselves from.
Join CEC for monthly outdoor meditations with the sunset and other human beings this summer! Bring your own cushion/blanket and we'll sit together at a safe distance.
Tonight we will invite ourselves to let go - simplify our attention, drop some of the countless balls of my multiple To-Do lists (and maybe never pick them up again!) in the name of empowering engagement, fulfillment, relief, and connection.
An interactive online meditation event to practice together the inner work of racial justice in a time of change and uncertainty. Join mindfulness teacher, law professor, and storyteller Rhonda V. Magee for reflections and practices on the links between embodied mindfulness and compassion practices and working to disrupt bias and bring about anti-oppressive social change.