Leah and Buddhist teacher, Deborah Eden Tull share an enlightening conversation about the darkness that may bring hope to any listener.
Darkness is deeply misunderstood in today’s world; yet it offers powerful medicine, serenity, strength, healing, and regeneration. All insight, vision, creativity, and revelation arise from darkness. It is through learning to stay present and meet the dark with curiosity rather than judgment that we connect to an unwavering light within. Welcoming darkness with curiosity, rather than fear or judgment, enables us to access our innate capacity for compassion and collective healing.
Dharma teacher, shamanic practitioner, and deep ecologist Deborah Eden Tull addresses the spiritual, ecological, psychological, and interpersonal ramifications of our bias towards light.
Eden is an engaged dharma teacher, spiritual activist, author, and sustainability educator, who teaches dharma intertwined with post-patriarchal thought and practices, resting upon a lived knowledge of our unity with the more than human world. She trained for seven and a half years as a Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery and has taught engaged meditation for over 20 years. Eden has lived in sustainable communities and as an organic gardener/farmer for decades and celebrates the essential wisdom of nature. For more info, visit her website.
Leah is a 3x author, spiritual teacher and intuitive healer with more than 25 years in private practice. She leads workshops, retreats and classes focused on emotional health and spiritual growth. Her regular mindfulness and meditation contributions can be found on InsightTimer, and her many courses on DailyOM and other platforms. For more info, visit her website.
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