Invitation to an LGBTQIA Ecodharma Retreat – an Interview with Tara-Lloyd Burton

In this interview with David Loy, Tara-Lloyd Burton describes an upcoming retreat at the Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (July 8 – 11, 2021) for gender-fluid practitioners, “to step out of the body of fear and rest in the true nature of being.” Tara-Lloyd also talks about their own path, including the story of their […]

A Message from RMERC’s Board of Directors

We are living in an extraordinarily challenging time, confronted by a cascade of crises that demand our full attention. The climate emergency is only part of a much larger ecological breakdown that threatens civilization as we know it and perhaps even our survival as a species. And it is becoming ever more apparent that ecological […]

RMERC Updates – November 2020

Ecodharma Leaders at RMERC, 2019

This year has been extraordinarily challenging for everyone, so we are pleased to send you this update on how RMERC is doing today: what’s been accomplished so far, what has happened this year, and our plans for 2021.   It’s hard to believe that the Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center began just three and a […]

Ecodharma: an Introduction to a new book by David Loy

Download this complete introduction as a pdf It is no exaggeration to say that today humanity faces its greatest challenge ever: in addition to burgeoning social crises, a self-inflicted ecological catastrophe threatens civilization as we know it and (according to some scientists) perhaps even our survival as a species. I hesitate to describe this as an apocalypse because […]

The Bodhisattva Path in Challenging Times

A talk given by David Loy at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church as a guest speaker in sangha led by David Chernikoff on November 22, 2016. Transcribed by Jeffrey Fuller and edited by David Loy It’s been two weeks today since the election, and many of us are still in a state of shock — traumatized, […]