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ecodharma
ecodharma
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Commenced:
01/03/2004
Submitted:
05/05/2015
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Abella de la Conca, Lleida, ES
Phone:
+34 685 487 709
Website:
www.ecodharma.com
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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Ariadna Moreno Tommaso Brazzini
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ecodharma

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Rural, Intentional Communities, Educational

Project Summary

The ecodharma centre is situated in a beautiful and wild part of the Catalan Pyrenees. We offer courses, events and retreats which support the realisation of our human potential and the development of an ecological consciousness honouring our mutual belonging within the web of life – drawing on the Buddhist Dharma and the emerging ecological paradigms of our time.

Project Description

We seek to develop practices which honour the inseparability of the transformation of the self and the world; to support the shift from a destructive industrial growth society to a life-affirming future; to contribute to the creation of a movement of renewal and resistance; to evolve spiritual practice where courageous compassion and a deepening realisation of our radical interconnectedness helps us to live in solidarity with life. Our courses and retreats take place in a context of sustainable low-impact living, closely woven within the web of elemental nature. These meditation retreats, study seminars, courses and training camps are intended to help people to empower themselves to make changes in themselves and the world consistent with a life-affirming vision. We seek to develop practices which honour the inseparability of the transformation of the self and the world; to support the shift from a destructive industrial growth society to a life-affirming future; to contribute to the creation of a movement of renewal and resistance; to evolve spiritual practice where courageous compassion and a deepening realisation of our radical interconnectedness helps us to live in solidarity with life. Although we live in a time of ecological and social crisis, a truly life-affirming, creative and sustainable future is possible. Such a future depends upon a radical transformation of both our values and consciousness, and the socio-economic forms that currently condition both the individual and our society. The goal of the eco-dharma project is to support such radical change, to transform insights and understandings into a lived reality – from the spiritual to the social, the political to the personal, and the imaginative to the inspirational! Come to visit and enjoy the exploration.

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[email protected] JULY 2015

Check out last year's PDC at ecodharma and book in for this year's course.

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