Join us for a live talk with Kelsey Blackwell on Wednesday, March 25 at 7pm ET.
The Buddha said, "within this fathom-long body and mind is found all the teachings." Societally however, we have been trained to value rational thought over feeling, efficiency over inclusion, certainty over the unknown and put our head before our body. Given the social and environmental challenges we now face, now is the time to remember and connect with the guiding wisdom that resides in our tissues.
An experiential journey into how the buddha's words at the moment of enlightenment, "The earth is my witness," is a compassionate and powerful call to embodied political, and spiritual action. We will journey through singing together, gentle movement, meditation, writing and discussion to explore the dimensions of this call.
The cost for this talk is $10 for the General Public and $20 for Patrons who wish to pay-it-forward. We ask that Groups and Meditation Centers to please pay within the $40-$60 range.
Because we are committed to making this talk accessible to all, there is also a 25% discount option. To request this discount or a further scholarship, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:00pm ET - Welcome & guided meditation
7:25pm ET - Dharma talk
7:55pm ET - Q&A with teacher
8:10pm ET - Announcements
Join live or watch later. When you register for a talk, you’ll receive:
+ A link to view the event live
+ Access to view the archived video after the live event concludes
Kelsey Blackwell is a somatic coach, writer and facilitator committed to fearlessly creating spaces for women and PoC to trust and follow the wisdom of their own bodies so they may powerfully shine their lights in a world that sorely needs this brilliance. She is the author of the viral article, Why People of Color Need Spaces Without White People, and the guest editor of the special issue, The Necessity of Including Embodiment and Lineage in Racial Justice Work published by The Arrow: A Journal of Wakeful Society. She holds an MS in Magazine Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.