As we gear up for in-person Radical Dharma Summer 2022, this week our #getintheconversation series transports us to RD Camp, Being Yourself session, where Rev. angel walking us through the Radical “practice of remembering” & outline the poetic opportunity to disrupt the acculturation of forgetfulness.
This podcast offers a collective exhale to just be and take life as it is. In the perfect Zen antidote to new year’s resolutions and planning and striving, Zen priest Rev Angel Kyodo Williams shows us the simplicity of returning to the self.
Maya Breuer and Rev. angel Kyoto Williams share perspectives on igniting communities for more awake conversations.
In this moving conversation, Rev. angel Kyodo williams and Zainab Salbi unpack what they saw and how they acted as part of a tender, revealing and impactful dialogue about what it really means to live in truth.
Rev.angel Kyodo Williams and Brie Stoner explore how Unknowing is our gateway to belonging beyond the binaries, and our invitation to move with creative courage within the borderlands of our shared becoming.
In this profound conversation, Tami Simon and Rev. angel take a deep look at how society shapes our sense of belonging—and how we can all take back the power to belong for ourselves.
Flash IN to Belonging & align for a mindful walk through the uphill trek of conformity + assimilation, in-groups + out-groups, other + another all under the threat of belonging.
Rev. angels’ new audio program, Belonging: From Fear to Freedom on the Path to True Community, published by Sounds True, is out now!
Drop IN to Belonging: From Fear to Freedom on the Path to True Community to unfold navigating acceptance & survival in groups. hEAR Rev. angel unearth how to traverse unspoken rules, about identity + groups and the internal + external signals of our embodied & body language that allows for a sum greater than all its parts.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams and Dr. Scott Lyons shared such a potent and enlivening conversation they talked about an upcoming training they are hosting called the Embodied Social Justice Certificate Program.