Kado translates to the Way of Flowers. Kado ikebana (flower arranging) is a contemplative/meditative art, revealing the relationship between nature, space and human awareness. Human beings are part of nature therefore we reflect and are expressions of the same patterns in our life and death. Hence, we simultaneously
study ourselves as we are when working with natural materials in Kado. Using classical Ikebana forms, Kado teaches us to clearly see the wisdom in nature, in ourselves and in others.
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7:00pm ET - Welcome & guided meditation
7:25pm ET - Dharma talk
7:55pm ET - Q&A with teacher
8:10pm ET - Announcements
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Anjie Cho is a teacher of dharma arts in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage. A student of Marcia Shibata, she is a Kado Teacher in the School of Ridgen Ikebana.
Anjie is also an architect and feng shui educator and author of Holistic Spaces: 108 Ways to Create a Mindful and Peaceful Home. She is the owner of Anjie Cho Architect, co-founder of the Mindful Design Feng Shui School, and founder of Holistic Spaces which hosts a blog, podcast and online store.
She's the feng shui expert at The Spruce, a regular blog contributor to MindBodyGreen and has been featured in dozens of publications including: the New York Times, Domino Magazine and BuzzFeed.