More and more spiritual communities are seeking to live in greater harmony with the natural world and at Govardhan the interconnection between ecology and spirituality is a joyful and lived experience.
As human beings, we fulfill our Dharma by living in harmony with ourselves, towards others and with Mother Nature. The ultimate purpose of Dharma is to attain union of the soul with the divine.
The idea was simple. We wanted to bring together a small group of spiritual teachers and practitioners to share their stories with each other. To break bread, connect, and talk about the things that matter most to them.
From this space that is given to us at the moment, from love and care, healing can be born.
The time has come to be transformed and to transform all things for the better.
The time for humility has come, offering us a way to learn, to see as well as to listen
The time has come for true awareness of the interconnection of all.
The truth to be remembered is a simple one: there is nothing in you to be known, you only exist in the other, and if there is a reconnection to be made, it is not through an inquisitive look towards yourself but through a loving gaze towards those surrounding you.
by Khentrul Jamphel Lodro Rinpoche I am fortunate to travel and meet with many interesting people. One subject I often discuss with […]
We deeply believe only a change in consciousness will enable humankind to evolve into a new partnership with earth’s community of life, one of respect, appreciation and gratitude.
We can’t fix everything, but we have countless opportunities to make a difference. We make choices all the time, and those choices have impact.
I feel my connection to earth by being mindful of our connectivity.