The spiritual outlooks of the current community members are diverse, and we share a mutual tolerance and respect, grounded in the common desire to live harmoniously with nature, with each other, and with all beings.
We are developing shared group ways to honour the spirituality we find in nature, so that we link our spirituality with our relationship to our land and people. We plan to nurture the community ‘spirit’ with seasonal and other celebrations.
On Mother night each year we celebrate Great Mother Nature. This year this ritual particularly celebrated our bees.
Our meditation group is led by Dido, who is a Tibetan Buddhist meditation teacher. Our approach is not traditional; our Engaged Buddhist meditation links the depth inner work with our environment, Mother Nature, climate change and the work we do here with community and land. This meditation is a great way to explore how we can embody the partnership paradigm, and develop compassion, and our connection with nature, and enjoy the beauty and preciousness of life.
We plan to offer retreats here for the public.