BSC's Online Community Meeting

July 19th

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Room: Main Shrine Room

Boulder Shambhala Center's
Online Community Meeting

Sunday July 19, 2020
11AM-1PM

Join us for:
*Community practice
*Updates from the Director

In light of the recent letter from Lady Diana Mukpo
we will also spend some time during the meeting engaging in a communal inquiry into the meaning of lineage.

Some of our acharyas, past and present, will join us for this reflection. We will break into small groups so everyone may talk with one another, share their thoughts on lineage, and report back to the group at large.
 

Note: This meeting is restricted Boulder Shambhala Center members. It will be held ONLINE via Zoom. Please register at least 1 hour in advance to receive the Zoom link.

We look forward to your presence this Sunday—
together entering into a Boulder Shambhala sangha conversation in this most tender time of "not knowing."

If you have trouble entering zoom room, please text Tracy at 802-734-7724. Nobody is looking at emails or late registrations once the meeting has begun.

 
UPDATE 7/17, 4:30pm:
The presentation by Scott Brown, Restorative Justice professional, on Reparative conversations for the Boulder Shambhala Community will be re-scheduled to allow more time to introduce these important conversations.
 
Scott is dedicated to working with the Shambhala Community toward repairing community fractures and healing from community trauma. We are very fortunate and thankful for Scott's willingness to work with us.
 
 
Scott Brown is bringing restorative justice to bear on the full range of social and environmental issues. Scott’s approach boils down to staying heart-centered and deepening relationships. His book, Active Peace: A Mindful Path to a Nonviolent World, is a practical guide to holistic, transformational change at the personal, interpersonal, and collective levels.
 
Scott is dedicated to working with the Shambhala Community toward repairing community fractures and healing from community trauma. We are very fortunate and thankful for Scott's willingness to work with us!
 
Scott’s background includes a master’s degree in Transpersonal Psychology and Ecopsychology, and comprehensive training in Hakomi (body-centered) psychotherapy, nonviolent communication, and restorative justice.

His professional experience includes running the restorative justice program for the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, divorce mediation, relationship coaching, mentoring youth in and out of the criminal justice system, guiding wilderness-based rites of passage, and leading experiential workshops.

Before getting on the peacemaker path Scott worked for over 15 years on the front lines of environmental activism with organizations including Greenpeace and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. He also spent some years as an organic farmer in Nova Scotia.

See here for more info: https://4activepeace.com/scott-brown/