Inperson: Sacred Earth Sangha in Greenwood Cemetery (Brooklyn)
with Lin Wang Gordon and Jon Aaron
Saturday, September 11th, 2021 | 2:00pm–5:00pm
Since its beginning, every session of SES has begun with three honorings: honoring native land, honoring Asian lineages, and honoring ancestors. For the past few months, we have been exploring these three honorings as foundations for sacred earth awakening. In April, we explored honoring the Asian lineages of our practice. In May, we gathered in Central Park to explore honoring Native Land.
What does it mean to honor ancestors? Join us in September as we cultivate relationships with our personal genealogical ancestors as well as practice reflections and meditations that touch the truth of the whole of nature as “all my relations.”
We look forward to exploring our inner and outer world together with you in nature.
Greenwood Cemetery Main Entrance at Fifth Avenue and 25th Street, Brooklyn
Meet: 1:45 pm in front of chapel to the right of the main entrance — we will leave the chapel promptly at 2pm
Subway: Take the R train to the 25th Street station in Brooklyn. Walk east/uphill one block to our Main Entrance.
Free parking is available within Green-Wood. Please park all vehicles on the right-hand side of the road. Parking on the grass is prohibited.
Additional info: https://www.green-wood.com/visit/
• Vaccination is required! Please present proof of vaccination to the teacher on-site.
• Mask Wearing at all times.
• Social Distance at all times, at least 6’ of distance.
Maximum participants: 25 people
Cancellation: Since we tend to have a waitlist, if you don’t plan to attend the event, please cancel at least 72 hours in advance so others on the waitlist can have a chance to be notified and attend the event. It will also cost staff time to coordinate. We encourage you to be thoughtful of your intention to register and respect others’ opportunities to practice together.