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Radical Rest:
The Innate Wisdom of Slowing Down

Day of Practice: On-Demand

Learn to honor your body’s need for deep restoration, using the medicine of darkness

Darkness, as an element of nature, carries qualities that are receptive, or yin, like stillness and quietude. Darkness is the restorative, slow aspect of consciousness that is necessary to sustain and regenerate all of life.

Within the dominant paradigm, however, there is a bias towards light, and qualities which are active, or yang, such as motion, speed, productivity, and animation.

In this Day of Practice, Deborah Eden Tull – dharma teacher and deep ecologist – guides us through a restorative program of meditation, mindful journaling, and practices for subtle body awareness.

Join Eden for an exploration of the regenerative balance and interplay of dark and light, yin and yan, and attunement and productivity that dharma practice invites into our lives.

Radical Rest

Join this session to receive:

  • Recognition of the restorative darkness as our ally in awakening
  • Appreciation for the subtle body as our guide to Radical Rest
  • An invitation to  s l o w  d o w n  and exchange the paradigm of depletion for the wisdom of rest, balance, and regeneration

What is Day of Practice?

Sangha Live’s 3-hour Day of Practice allows for you to drop in deeper, develop your meditation skills, and reset your intentions through sustained sitting.

Now offered ON-DEMAND, you can join this session independently, on your own schedule, and at your ideal pace. Watch and re-watch the videos as you please.

Days of Practice include longer periods of meditation interspersed with wise teachings, a recorded Q&A from the live class, and more.

What’s Included

With the independent student in mind, previously recorded live sessions are broken down into meaningful modules. Each Day of Practice has been trimmed and consolidated into 4 to 6 videos, and every video – whether a lesson, meditation, exercise, or Q&A – includes a description, so you have total flexibility when planning your self-paced day of practice.

Cost

Day of Practice is offered on a sliding scale basis, with a suggested rate of $35. We wholeheartedly welcome all to practice with us; no one turned away for lack of funds.

Questions?

Please email us at info@sangha.live.

About Deborah Eden Tull

Deborah Eden Tull

Deborah Eden Tull, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, is a Zen meditation/mindfulness teacher, author, spiritual activist, and sustainability educator. She spent seven years as a monastic at a silent Zen Monastery, and has been immersed in sustainable communities for 25 years.

Eden’s teaching style is grounded in compassionate awareness, non-duality, mindful inquiry, and an unwavering commitment to personal transformation. She teaches dharma intertwined with post-patriarchal thought and practices, resting upon a lived knowledge of our unity with the more than human world. She also facilitates The Work That Reconnects, as created by Buddhist scholar Joanna Macy.

Eden has been practicing meditation for the past 30 years and teaching for over 20 years. She is the author of three books, The Natural Kitchen: Your Guide to the Sustainable Food Revolution (2010), Relational Mindfulness: A Handbook for Deepening Our Connection with Ourselves, Each Other, and the Planet (2018), and Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhist Approach to Embracing the Unknown (2022). She lives in Black Mountain, North Carolina and offers retreats, workshops, leadership trainings, and consultations internationally. Click here to learn more about Deborah Eden Tull.

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