Michelle will be offering guided global synchronized meditations throughout November and early December, as part of the upcoming Global Wave of Climate Action. Novasutras guided meditations emphasize the scientific truths that unite us as Earthlings. They are open to all who share some devotion to Earth care and community.
This ecospiritual action news livestream highlighted urgent calls to action around the climate and extinction crises. These calls came from faith leaders and scientists in recent weeks. We suggest some actions in defense of a thriving biosphere.
This ecospiritual action news livestream focused on choosing words to frame the climate crisis as a problem to be solved collaboratively. We shared video and reflected on the recent Climate Week action in Sacramento.
This livestream focused on reconnecting with the forest for a more resilient body, mind, and spirit. We encourage wellness practices to strengthen our activism and spiritual growth.
This livestream focused on the connection between ecospirituality and ecoactivsm.
This ecospirituality and ecoactivsm livestream focused on orangutans, indigenous rights in Ecuador, and wildfires.
In Novasutras, we invite the co-creation of a shared spirituality to address the needs of our time. An ecospirituality developed in community can be a source of resilience and renewed meaning for people confronting the existential crises we now face. It can help bring ecoactivists into supportive spiritual community.
The Novasutras term agaya represents concepts found in numerous indigenous cultures. It includes our recognition of and response to the transcendent, creative, loving and sacred beauty of the living Earth. Agaya is strongly resonant with the Diné word “hózho.”