Rev. angel walks us through the cost + violence of unfulfillment & calls us into the question of where do you stand?
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.
RD is igniting a long-overdue dialogue about how the legacy of racial injustice + white supremacy plays out in society. RD is an urgent call to action with a framework that outlines & takes into account the ways that racism + advantage prevent our collective healing.
Practice who YOU want to be, not what was chosen for you. Join Rev. angel in Seattle, WA for this powerful weekend designed to move beyond talk-fixing or arguing on social media to get race out of your head and discover the pattern-interrupting Practices of Radical Dharma — a more complete truth — that returns you to the body of relationship with people across lines of difference, and most especially love with yourself.
Rev. angel returns to Portland for a deeper dive into the practices of dismantling the negative impacts of racialization on our minds, hearts, and bodies. Friday Evening Talk reckoning. remembering. […]
Western Buddhists often practice mindfulness and self-awareness. In this excerpt from Radical Dharma, Rev. angel Kyodo Williams urges us to align our practice with our actions in the world. as Gandhi offered, a piece of the truth—of Dharma. When we seek the embodiment of these truths, giving ourselves permission to be more honest, more healed, more whole, more complete—when we become radical—neither the path of solely inward-looking liberation nor the pursuit of an externalized social liberation prevails;
“I just want people to be liberated.” John DeMont on the radical Buddhism of Rev. angel Kyodo williams.
When mindfulness becomes yet another thing that we can modify, and we think is something that is there so that we can consume it, then it’s actually serving our ego.
Once called “the most intriguing African-American Buddhist” by Library Journal, and “one of our wisest voices on social evolution” by Krista Tippett, Rev. angel Kyodo Williams Sensei, is an author, maverick spiritual teacher, master trainer, and founder of Center for Transformative Change.
Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams is going to touch so many of you with affirmations, advice, and real talk. Join in for this conversation, shared with Black Girl In Om Founder, Lauren Ash, Art Director, Deun Ivory, and the members of the Wellspring audience. Nearly everyone present for this conversation left feeling ready to really embrace liberation in their lives. As you do the same in yours, we know these words from Rev. angel Kyodo Williams will serve as a reminder to always do so with love.