Going beyond race training 101, Radical Dharma Camp is an immersive experience designed to gather and connect peoples already committed to implementing racial justice and anti-oppression interventions in their circles of community, identity, faith and vocation.
w/ Rev. Furyu Schroeder Come explore what a “radical Dharma” really means in light of our aspiration to live for the benefit of all beings. This workshop will allow us […]
The Annual 2022 be.ing Transformation Molokai Retreat is now open. Full details on the program website. Only 15 spots are available for this stunningly transformative retreat. Apply Now Rev. […]
Hosted by The Embody Lab, the certificate program brings education and practice together through a substantial curriculum, embodied community lessons, and over 20 internationally recognized instructors. The ESJC goes far beyond “summits” that present on similar themes, but are not connected.
Join Rev. angel with all other Internationally recognized leaders bring to life a curriculum that spans topics ranging from body shame to abolitionism, from embodied ecopsychology to somatic resilience.
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.
New Year’s Eve SIT bring in the new year w/ spaciousness, love & liberation. Friday, December 31st 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM Pacific Time / 10:00 PM – 1:00 AM Eastern Time https://see.revan.gl/nye SIT […]
Rev angel in conversation with journalist and activist Jenara Nerenberg, founder of The Neurodiversity Project
The 3rd Annual 2019 be.ing Transformation Molokai Retreat is now open. Full details on the program website. Only 15 spots are available for this stunningly transformative retreat. Apply now. CLOSED […]
Very Biggest Questions host Angélique Roché convenes an exciting panel for a live discussion. Guests include medical advisor Dr. Maurice Sholas, Psychology Professor at William Paterson University Dr. Amy Learmonth, and writer, activist, and Zen priest Reverend angel Kyodo Williams.