2017 Science & Nonduality Conference Presentation: "Can Teens Help Us Collectively Awaken?
In this powerful presentation shared with the Science and Nonduality community in October 2017 as part of their annual US conference, Caverly shares stories from teens that the Peace in School program has reached - and the profound affect it's had on their lives.
Interspersed with moving video from students and parents, Caverly tells how Peace in Schools started as an unlikely after school program, how it's grown to serve thousands of teens and adults, and her vision for the future.
2017 Science & Nonduality conference Panel Discussion: "Sacred Activism"
Vera de Chalambert chairs a panel with four sacred activists: Caverly Morgan, Charles Eisenstein, Rev. Deborah Johnson and Rory McEntee. Describing their own particular paths, especially how ordinary activism becomes sacred activism, they attempt to answer the question: How can I best serve? And in the closing Q&A session there are striking and refreshing perspectives on the current political situation.
FEBRUARY 2018 AGAINST THE STREAM SAN FRANCISCO SANGHA
In February 2018 Caverly was honored to offer a dharma talk at Against the Stream in San Francisco, CA. The practice group was welcoming and engaging, and this video features a recording of the evening's sit and teachings.
Creating Conscious Intentions
When we move on behalf of the recognition of our true nature, a conscious intention becomes a way to align all aspects of our lives with our deepest understanding and recognition of truth. A conscious intention is seeped in possibility. While it may even look similar on some level, on the surface, to a conditioned goal, it is born of different soil. It is not what, it is how. Conscious intention is a reflection of the infinite possibility exhibited in all of life. It is grounded in the recognition of our wholeness. It is enlivened by Love.
This teaching was presented through the Worldwide Insight Sunday Insight Sessions.
Certainty in an Uncertain World
We forget that we are, inherently, the balance that we seek. It’s not situational. If you embrace the darkness of the tunnel, or the density of a forest with a thick canopy – the busyness of our lives is just that. It’s just like walking through a forest. It is possible to find the openness in the dark places. This cannot happen, however, when the attention is consumed by the narrative that there is something wrong — with where we are, with how we are, with who we are.
This teaching was presented through the WorldWide Insight Sunday Insight Sessions.