FEATURED VIDEOS, MUSIC & MEDITATIONS
Slowing Down as Compassion: Break-out session for Wisdom 2.0
Given the urgency of our times, we might consider slowing down to be a form of compassion, and a pathway into creative possibility. Weaving music and meditation, this workshop will offer participants an emergent space to explore mindful self-compassion as a gift to ourselves, a means of experiencing our interconnected nature, and perhaps even a radical action we can carry into the world for new ideas.
Teachers: Nichol Chase, Dr. Daniel Siegel, Nico Cary, Barnaby Willett, Jennifer Bloom & Orlando Villarraga
Arawana Hayashi on Welcoming the Unknown Through Embodied Practices
On March 11, we continued the Garrison Institute Fellowship Forum with a conversation between Arawana Hayashi and Dr. Angel Acosta, Director of the Garrison Institute Fellowship. They discussed Hayashi’s work on embodied presence and awareness practices for getting unstuck in the face of uncertainty. As the events of the past year have reminded us all, one of the only certainties in life is, in fact, uncertainty. This time dialogue offered practices to help us face and embrace the unknown, and we invite you to revisit it at any time.