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October 28, 2011

Buddhism and the Occupy Movement: Taking Care of Our Anger

A talk given by Michael Stone at Occupy Montreal on October 23, 2011
on taking care of our anger in order to sustain the movement.

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Photo: Andrea de Keijzer

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Joe Sparks Nov 3, 2011 4:56am

" All for one and one for all" is a direction which interests many individuals but which requires a group commitment for it to become very meaningful or effective.

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Michael Stone (Centre of Gravity)

Centre of Gravity is a thriving community of Yoga and Buddhist practitioners integrating committed formal practice and modern urban life. We offer weekly sits, text studies, yoga practice and dharma talks. Retreats, guest speakers, online courses and audio talks deepen the feel. Each week Michael Stone dishes a talk, often on primary texts by Dogen, Patanjali, and the Buddha, that are collaged with today’s headlines and psychological insights to produce an engaged shape shifting dharma, at once historical, personal and political. Notes on these talks by Mike Hoolboom form the heart of this blog.

Michael Stone is a yoga teacher and Buddhist teacher. He travels internationally teaching about the intersection of Yoga, Buddhism and mental health. He has written four books with Shambhala Publications on ethics, yoga’s subtle body, inner/outer pilgrimmages, and the sometimes uneasy blend of social engagement and Buddhism. Please check out the website at www.centreofgravity.org .