These are intense days.
We’re living with the uncertainty and danger of a global pandemic. We are finally awakening en masse to the deadly injustices of structural racism. And we’re grappling with the existential threat of ecological collapse and climate disruption.
Grief, rage, confusion and fear swirl around these topics.
But these issues call forth the need for wisdom, compassion and courageous, informed engagement. Now, more than ever.
To respond to this challenge, Sangha Live presents a one-off live-only experience with The Heart of These Times.
On four consecutive Sundays, Sangha Live founder and guiding teacher, Martin Aylward, will sit with fellow Dharma practitioners and teachers to explore the heart of these times, with each other, and in discussion with online participants.
The Heart of These Times is unlike any other live Dharma teaching.
With events moving so quickly in the world right now, we didn’t want to feel tied to a particular theme each week. Our aim in bringing together different guests each week is to create a forum where we can explore the most pressing global challenges of COVID, racism and the environment while having the flexibility to respond to events as they happen.
That’s what makes The Heart of These Times so urgent right now, and we hope you’ll join us as we start the conversations that will lead to healing.