3rd of 3 FREE Community Calls with Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler
2nd of 3 FREE Community Calls with Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler
1st of 3 FREE Community Calls with Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler
3 FREE Community Calls w/ Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler
Join 3 FREE Community Calls w/ the gifted Integral Facilitator and Zen Sensei Diane Musho Hamilton & Integral Dojo founder Miles Kessler on “Dharma & The Evolution Of Conflict.”
Come together with your global Sangha as Diane & Miles guide you into the spiritual source of the Dharma as a basis for exploring the evolution of conflict. These free community calls will be a combination of talks, experiential breakouts, and Q&A sessions.
YOUR COMMUNITY CALL DATES & TOPICS:
1st Call: Tuesday, April 3rd – “Dharma As Your Nature”
2nd Call: Tuesday, May 1st – “Our Evolutionary Potential”
3rd Call: Tuesday, June 5th – “The Path Of Embracing Conflict”
Start times for all calls: 11:00 am PDT, 2:00 pm EDT, 19:00 BST, and 20:00 CEST (each call will be 60 min. with an additional 30 min. for small group discussions).
Community Call Registration:
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Check out this short excerpt of Diane & Miles talking about the power of “Relating As One Living System”
What does it mean to “embody conflict resolution”? In the below “Darma Bite” I continue the series of Dharma Discussions with Integral Facilitator & Zen Sensei Diane Musho Hamilton. In this excerpt from our discussion, we talk about conflict resolution in the field of mediation as compared to Aikido, and how they are in essence the same thing. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this short excerpt on “Embodying Conflict Resolution”.
On Feb. 25th, 2018 the Integral Dojo hosted a Community Call w/ Miles Kessler and Patrick Cassidy on our on-going “Aiki-Discussion” of the topic of “The Dharma Of Aikido.” In this 1st of 2 community calls, Miles, Patrick, and the “Aikido At The Leading Edge” global sangha discussed many aspects of Aikido as a martial art and Aikido as a spiritual Path.
“Mindfulness & Resistance” Day Workshop w/ Miles Kessler | Maastricht, Nederlands
Last November I was interviewed by Ted Meissner for an episode of “The Secular Buddhist” podcast. This is the official podcast for the “Secular Buddhist Association”, which describes themselves as “a natural, pragmatic approach to early Buddhist teachings and practice”. Within their secular and pragmatic approach, I saw a lot of parallels with the trans-lineage approach I bring to the Integral Dojo.
Last week I published a blog post on “The Buddha’s Advice To An Aikido Sensei” which covers the teaching of the 5 Qualities Of A Spiritually Mature Teacher. I got a lot of great feedback on the post and it seems to have struck a chord in the greater aikido community.
The early Buddhist term for a teacher is a “Kalyanamitta” – which means a “Noble Friend.” I love this phrase because it reframes the role of the teacher and student, and how this holy relationship impacts your life. In this blog post, I will share with you the advice the Buddha gave in his teaching on the 5 qualities of a “Nobel Friend.” As Aikido is a higher path of practice, I think that these guidelines are especially relevant to Aikido teachers. This is the Buddha’s advice to an Aikido Sensei.