Cultivating Wise Hope (Digital Download)
Cultivating Wise Hope (Digital Download)
Cultivating Wise Hope (Digital Download)
Cultivating Wise Hope (Digital Download)

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Cultivating Wise Hope (Digital Download)

Cultivating Wise Hope is a 16 hour virtual retreat experience that explores hope, compassion and resilience through the lens of a diverse lineup of Bhakti, Buddhist, Christian and Sikh visionaries and teachers.  This digital download features a wide spectrum of Dharma talks, meditation, storytelling, music and Q&A sessions.

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What is Wise Hope?

“I have long been troubled by the notion of hope...in discoveries through my practice life and service life, I am opening to another view of hope—what I am calling 'wise hope.'

We know that ordinary hope is based in desire, wanting an outcome that could well be different from what might actually happen. To make matters worse, not getting what we hoped for is often experienced as a misfortune. If we look deeply, we realize that anyone who is conventionally hopeful has an expectation that always hovers in the background, the shadow of fear that one’s wishes will not be fulfilled. Ordinary hope then is a form of suffering. This kind of hope is a nemesis and a partner with fear.

It’s when we discern courageously, and at the same time realize we don’t know what will happen that wise hope comes alive. In the midst of improbability and possibility is where the imperative to act rises up. Wise hope is not seeing things unrealistically but rather seeing things as they are, including the truth of impermanence…. as well as the truth of suffering—both its existence and the possibility of its transformation, for better or for worse.

Our journey through life is one of peril and possibility—and sometimes both at once. How can we stand on the threshold between suffering and freedom, between futility and hope and remain informed by both worlds?”

- Roshi Joan Halifax

Day 1 Session 1 | Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat Opening Panel with Krishna Das, Sharon Salzberg, Dr. Robert Thurman, Anne Lamott, Valarie Kaur & Raghu Markus

 “Wise hope is rooted in the unknown. We can engage with unforeseen trauma. It’s our entrance into compassionate and loving resilience. We can make friends with uncertainty, and we can trust our own intuitive faith.” - Roshi Joan Halifax

In this opening panel from the August 2020 Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Raghu invites Sharon Salzberg, Krishna Das, Anne Lamott, Valarie Kaur and Dr. Robert Thurman to share their thoughts on Roshi’s concept of ‘wise hope’ in regards to these times of increased uncertainty, change and suffering. Expounding on the current political climate, the fight for racial justice and the novel coronavirus pandemic, this diverse lineup of Bhakti, Buddhist, Christian, and Sikh teachers offer pathways to cultivate resilience, overcome fear and radiate love.

Day 2 Session 1 | What Sustains Me?: Loving Kindness, Courage and Resilience with Sharon Salzberg

In today’s chaotic social-political climate, it’s important to ask ourselves, “What is still true? What upholds me? What is supporting me?” It’s not an easy endeavor for the heart to muster the courage to go towards states of unpredictability, fear and sorrow, so how can we cultivate the qualities of presence, introspection and loving kindness to maintain resilience through periods of turbulence?

In this August 29th, 2020 Dharma talk, Sharon Salzberg opens the Day 2 sessions from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat by asking us to look inside ourselves to see what truly sustains us amidst the anxiety, grief and uncertainty of the current world. Through the lens of Buddhism and Metta (Loving Kindness), Sharon offers meditation practices and explores the redemptive quality of changing our relationship to the pain, joy and neutrality of life in order to live in a more present, balanced, caring, open and loving way, no matter the external circumstance.

Day 2 Session 2 | Uncovering Bliss: Mother Voidness and Cheering Up with Dr. Robert Thurman

How can we foster wise hope in times of turbulence and uncertainty? How can we remain calm, centered and engaged in times of rage and unrest? The Buddha began the Four Noble Truths by stating, “Life is suffering,” but what if the foundation of reality was actually bliss?

Re-imagining Buddhist wisdom for modern times, Dr. Robert Thurman illuminates these questions and invites us all to cheer up in this August 29th, 2020 Dharma talk from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat. Opening the session by sharing his translation of the Tibetan poem, Discovery of Mother Voidness, he elucidates the profound relativity and inter-being of reality. Through the lens of Mother Emptiness, Dr. Thurman shares timely Buddhist wisdom on dealing with suffering and cultivating compassion during these times of pandemic and protest.

Day 2 Session 3 | ‘Dopey’ Hope: Cultivating Resilient Okayness through Honesty and Service with Anne Lamott

How can we move past hope as wishful thinking? How do authenticity and honesty play into the cultivation of resilience? How can the path of service and gratitude give rise to a sense of ‘okayness?’

In this August 29th, 2020 Dharma talk from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, writer and activist, Anne Lamott, elucidates the power of service, gratitude and listening as pathways to the resiliency of true “okayness” in our beings. Tackling contemporary issues with her trademark honesty, humor and humbleness, Anne weaves together endearing personal stories with Christian wisdom to nurture our intrinsic sense of wise hope.

Day 2 Session 4 | Courage & Letting Go: Spiritual Practice in Times of Unrest with Krishna Das

How have the coronavirus pandemic and ongoing protests actually curated the proper ingredients for deep, potent, and consistent spiritual practice? Through this context, how can we then cultivate a resilient heart-space to muster the courage to face our visceral, dancing shadows?

In this August 29th, 2020 live ‘Q & A’ session from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Krishna Das answers questions and shares stories surrounding the topics of spiritual practice, freedom from suffering, mantra chanting, the grief of missing Ram Dass, fostering courage, overcoming anger and learning to love ourselves through the process of letting go. Sharing reflections from the Buddha, along with personal experiences beside his Guru, Maharaj-ji, Krishna Das illuminates the all-compassionate, loving power of true surrender.

Day 2 Session 5 | Alchemizing Hopelessness: Polarizing Politics and Redemption with Raghu Markus, Duncan Trussell, Sharon Salzberg & Roshi Joan Halifax

Through the lens of boundless generosity, how can we more fully and lovingly offer ourselves to the world? Engaging, how do we build a bridge of love to move past intensely polarizing politics? Reconciling these polarities, how can we hold space for redemption in order to foster true healing?

In this August 29th, 2020 live Mindrolling podcast from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Raghu Markus is joined by Duncan Trussell, Sharon Salzberg and special guest Roshi Joan Halifax for a discussion and ‘Q & A’ session surrounding Roshi’s concept of ‘wise hope.’ Reflecting on the current state of the world while elucidating wisdom learned from their time spent with Ram Dass, the group touches on the topics of death, grief, generosity, politics, polarization, privilege, community, redemption and hope.

Day 2 Session 6 | Cultivating Wise Music: A Live Virtual Concert with Krishna Das & Trevor Hall

In this August 29th, 2020 live video concert to close out the Day 2 sessions from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Krishna Das and Trevor Hall join forces to offer original songs, chant mantras, share stories from India, talk Ram Dass, Maharaj-ji and Siddhi Ma, and reflect on the loving power of live music, kirtan and Bhakti Yoga.

Day 3 Session 1 | Wisdom Beyond Lineage: Ram Dass, Buddhism and Bhakti Yoga with Krishna Das & Dr. Robert Thurman

Where do the ancient spiritual lineages of Bhakti Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism overlay and intersect? What role did Ram Dass play in helping fuse these two worlds together, and how then can these lessons be applied to our modern world?

In this August 30th, 2020 Dharma talk to begin the Day 3 sessions from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, renowned kirtan wallah, Krishna Das and Buddhist scholar, Dr. Robert Thurman, come together to discuss the intersection of Bhakti Yoga and Tibetan Buddhist wisdom. Elucidating ancient spiritual lineages and applying them to the modern world, these two longtime friends explore the power of mantra, the emptiness of the Divine Mother and moving beyond heartbreak, all while trading personal stories of Ram Dass and times spent with Great Beings in India.

Day 3 Session 2 | Active Compassion: Rage and Prayer with Valarie Kaur & Anne Lamott

In times of immense anger, heartbreak, sadness, and outrage, how can we harness our negative emotions to foster healthy change in the world? How can we see past our differences, overcome systemic racism, cultivate equity and harness the potent abilities of compassion and prayer?

In this August 30th, 2020 Dharma talk from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, civil rights activist and author, Valarie Kaur, begins the session by diving into the heart of the current events spiraling from the George Floyd murder. Illuminating the protests for racial justice with a heartfelt passion and warrior Sikh wisdom, Valarie invites us to join together to ‘see no stranger,’ before being joined by fellow activist and Christian author, Anne Lamott, for a deep, humorous and profound ‘Q & A’ session. Together, they join forces to help elucidate the topics of racism, compassion, social media, addiction, gratitude, rage and prayer.

Day 3 Session 3 | Hanuman Chalisa Workshop with Nina Rao

“People don’t know, every line of the Hanuman Chalisa is Maha-Mantra” - Neem Karoli Baba (Maharaj-ji)

In this August 30th, 2020 session, Nina Rao closes out the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat by leading a Hanuman Chalisa workshop, chanting and playing music alongside her daughter, Uma, and Brad Stoller. The Hanuman Chalisa is a 40 line Sanskrit devotional hymn addressed to the Hindu monkey-God, Lord Hanuman, Ram Dass’ namesake and the embodied representation of selfless service. This potent mantra was handed down from Maharaj-ji to the Western devotees on their first journeys with Ram Dass to India, thereafter becoming a powerful fixture of chanting practice in the budding Western lineage of Bhakti Yoga

This is a digital download.
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1. Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat Opening Panel -Krishna Das, Sharon Salzberg, Dr. Robert Thurman, Anne Lamott, Valarie Kaur & Raghu Markus (1:39:45)

2. What Sustains Me?: Loving Kindness, Courage, and Resilience -Sharon Salzberg (54:14)

3. Uncovering Bliss: Mother Voidness & Cheering Up -Dr. Robert Thurman (53:58)

4. 'Dopey' Hope: Cultivating Resilient Okayness through Honesty and Service -Anne Lamott (50:09)

5. Courage & Letting Go: Spiritual Practice in Times of Unrest -Krishna Das (1:27:48)

6. Mindrolling Podcast -Raghu Markus, Duncan Trussell, Sharon Salzberg & Roshi Joan Halifax (2:00:23)

7. Cultivating Wise Music: A Live Virtual Concert -Krishna Das & Trevor Hall (2:15:28)

8. Wisdom Beyond Lineage -Krishna Das & Dr. Robert Thurman (1:25:50)

9. Active Compassion: Rage & Prayer -Valarie Kaur & Anne Lamott (1:53:02)

10. Hanuman Chalisa Workshop -Nina Rao (50:29)

This is a digital download.
This is NOT a physical product that you will receive in the mail.
You will receive an email containing your download link and instructions.

  • Running Time:  960 Minutes (16 hours)
  • Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat | August 28-30th, 2020
  • Format: Digital Download
    • .MP3 Audio
    • .MP4 Video
    • .ZIP (Audio/Video Files)
  • Published: October 2020
  • © 2020 Love Serve Remember Foundation

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This is a digital download.
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What is Wise Hope?

“I have long been troubled by the notion of hope...in discoveries through my practice life and service life, I am opening to another view of hope—what I am calling 'wise hope.'

We know that ordinary hope is based in desire, wanting an outcome that could well be different from what might actually happen. To make matters worse, not getting what we hoped for is often experienced as a misfortune. If we look deeply, we realize that anyone who is conventionally hopeful has an expectation that always hovers in the background, the shadow of fear that one’s wishes will not be fulfilled. Ordinary hope then is a form of suffering. This kind of hope is a nemesis and a partner with fear.

It’s when we discern courageously, and at the same time realize we don’t know what will happen that wise hope comes alive. In the midst of improbability and possibility is where the imperative to act rises up. Wise hope is not seeing things unrealistically but rather seeing things as they are, including the truth of impermanence…. as well as the truth of suffering—both its existence and the possibility of its transformation, for better or for worse.

Our journey through life is one of peril and possibility—and sometimes both at once. How can we stand on the threshold between suffering and freedom, between futility and hope and remain informed by both worlds?”

- Roshi Joan Halifax

Day 1 Session 1 | Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat Opening Panel with Krishna Das, Sharon Salzberg, Dr. Robert Thurman, Anne Lamott, Valarie Kaur & Raghu Markus

 “Wise hope is rooted in the unknown. We can engage with unforeseen trauma. It’s our entrance into compassionate and loving resilience. We can make friends with uncertainty, and we can trust our own intuitive faith.” - Roshi Joan Halifax

In this opening panel from the August 2020 Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Raghu invites Sharon Salzberg, Krishna Das, Anne Lamott, Valarie Kaur and Dr. Robert Thurman to share their thoughts on Roshi’s concept of ‘wise hope’ in regards to these times of increased uncertainty, change and suffering. Expounding on the current political climate, the fight for racial justice and the novel coronavirus pandemic, this diverse lineup of Bhakti, Buddhist, Christian, and Sikh teachers offer pathways to cultivate resilience, overcome fear and radiate love.

Day 2 Session 1 | What Sustains Me?: Loving Kindness, Courage and Resilience with Sharon Salzberg

In today’s chaotic social-political climate, it’s important to ask ourselves, “What is still true? What upholds me? What is supporting me?” It’s not an easy endeavor for the heart to muster the courage to go towards states of unpredictability, fear and sorrow, so how can we cultivate the qualities of presence, introspection and loving kindness to maintain resilience through periods of turbulence?

In this August 29th, 2020 Dharma talk, Sharon Salzberg opens the Day 2 sessions from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat by asking us to look inside ourselves to see what truly sustains us amidst the anxiety, grief and uncertainty of the current world. Through the lens of Buddhism and Metta (Loving Kindness), Sharon offers meditation practices and explores the redemptive quality of changing our relationship to the pain, joy and neutrality of life in order to live in a more present, balanced, caring, open and loving way, no matter the external circumstance.

Day 2 Session 2 | Uncovering Bliss: Mother Voidness and Cheering Up with Dr. Robert Thurman

How can we foster wise hope in times of turbulence and uncertainty? How can we remain calm, centered and engaged in times of rage and unrest? The Buddha began the Four Noble Truths by stating, “Life is suffering,” but what if the foundation of reality was actually bliss?

Re-imagining Buddhist wisdom for modern times, Dr. Robert Thurman illuminates these questions and invites us all to cheer up in this August 29th, 2020 Dharma talk from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat. Opening the session by sharing his translation of the Tibetan poem, Discovery of Mother Voidness, he elucidates the profound relativity and inter-being of reality. Through the lens of Mother Emptiness, Dr. Thurman shares timely Buddhist wisdom on dealing with suffering and cultivating compassion during these times of pandemic and protest.

Day 2 Session 3 | ‘Dopey’ Hope: Cultivating Resilient Okayness through Honesty and Service with Anne Lamott

How can we move past hope as wishful thinking? How do authenticity and honesty play into the cultivation of resilience? How can the path of service and gratitude give rise to a sense of ‘okayness?’

In this August 29th, 2020 Dharma talk from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, writer and activist, Anne Lamott, elucidates the power of service, gratitude and listening as pathways to the resiliency of true “okayness” in our beings. Tackling contemporary issues with her trademark honesty, humor and humbleness, Anne weaves together endearing personal stories with Christian wisdom to nurture our intrinsic sense of wise hope.

Day 2 Session 4 | Courage & Letting Go: Spiritual Practice in Times of Unrest with Krishna Das

How have the coronavirus pandemic and ongoing protests actually curated the proper ingredients for deep, potent, and consistent spiritual practice? Through this context, how can we then cultivate a resilient heart-space to muster the courage to face our visceral, dancing shadows?

In this August 29th, 2020 live ‘Q & A’ session from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Krishna Das answers questions and shares stories surrounding the topics of spiritual practice, freedom from suffering, mantra chanting, the grief of missing Ram Dass, fostering courage, overcoming anger and learning to love ourselves through the process of letting go. Sharing reflections from the Buddha, along with personal experiences beside his Guru, Maharaj-ji, Krishna Das illuminates the all-compassionate, loving power of true surrender.

Day 2 Session 5 | Alchemizing Hopelessness: Polarizing Politics and Redemption with Raghu Markus, Duncan Trussell, Sharon Salzberg & Roshi Joan Halifax

Through the lens of boundless generosity, how can we more fully and lovingly offer ourselves to the world? Engaging, how do we build a bridge of love to move past intensely polarizing politics? Reconciling these polarities, how can we hold space for redemption in order to foster true healing?

In this August 29th, 2020 live Mindrolling podcast from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Raghu Markus is joined by Duncan Trussell, Sharon Salzberg and special guest Roshi Joan Halifax for a discussion and ‘Q & A’ session surrounding Roshi’s concept of ‘wise hope.’ Reflecting on the current state of the world while elucidating wisdom learned from their time spent with Ram Dass, the group touches on the topics of death, grief, generosity, politics, polarization, privilege, community, redemption and hope.

Day 2 Session 6 | Cultivating Wise Music: A Live Virtual Concert with Krishna Das & Trevor Hall

In this August 29th, 2020 live video concert to close out the Day 2 sessions from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, Krishna Das and Trevor Hall join forces to offer original songs, chant mantras, share stories from India, talk Ram Dass, Maharaj-ji and Siddhi Ma, and reflect on the loving power of live music, kirtan and Bhakti Yoga.

Day 3 Session 1 | Wisdom Beyond Lineage: Ram Dass, Buddhism and Bhakti Yoga with Krishna Das & Dr. Robert Thurman

Where do the ancient spiritual lineages of Bhakti Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism overlay and intersect? What role did Ram Dass play in helping fuse these two worlds together, and how then can these lessons be applied to our modern world?

In this August 30th, 2020 Dharma talk to begin the Day 3 sessions from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, renowned kirtan wallah, Krishna Das and Buddhist scholar, Dr. Robert Thurman, come together to discuss the intersection of Bhakti Yoga and Tibetan Buddhist wisdom. Elucidating ancient spiritual lineages and applying them to the modern world, these two longtime friends explore the power of mantra, the emptiness of the Divine Mother and moving beyond heartbreak, all while trading personal stories of Ram Dass and times spent with Great Beings in India.

Day 3 Session 2 | Active Compassion: Rage and Prayer with Valarie Kaur & Anne Lamott

In times of immense anger, heartbreak, sadness, and outrage, how can we harness our negative emotions to foster healthy change in the world? How can we see past our differences, overcome systemic racism, cultivate equity and harness the potent abilities of compassion and prayer?

In this August 30th, 2020 Dharma talk from the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat, civil rights activist and author, Valarie Kaur, begins the session by diving into the heart of the current events spiraling from the George Floyd murder. Illuminating the protests for racial justice with a heartfelt passion and warrior Sikh wisdom, Valarie invites us to join together to ‘see no stranger,’ before being joined by fellow activist and Christian author, Anne Lamott, for a deep, humorous and profound ‘Q & A’ session. Together, they join forces to help elucidate the topics of racism, compassion, social media, addiction, gratitude, rage and prayer.

Day 3 Session 3 | Hanuman Chalisa Workshop with Nina Rao

“People don’t know, every line of the Hanuman Chalisa is Maha-Mantra” - Neem Karoli Baba (Maharaj-ji)

In this August 30th, 2020 session, Nina Rao closes out the Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat by leading a Hanuman Chalisa workshop, chanting and playing music alongside her daughter, Uma, and Brad Stoller. The Hanuman Chalisa is a 40 line Sanskrit devotional hymn addressed to the Hindu monkey-God, Lord Hanuman, Ram Dass’ namesake and the embodied representation of selfless service. This potent mantra was handed down from Maharaj-ji to the Western devotees on their first journeys with Ram Dass to India, thereafter becoming a powerful fixture of chanting practice in the budding Western lineage of Bhakti Yoga

Track Listing

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1. Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat Opening Panel -Krishna Das, Sharon Salzberg, Dr. Robert Thurman, Anne Lamott, Valarie Kaur & Raghu Markus (1:39:45)

2. What Sustains Me?: Loving Kindness, Courage, and Resilience -Sharon Salzberg (54:14)

3. Uncovering Bliss: Mother Voidness & Cheering Up -Dr. Robert Thurman (53:58)

4. 'Dopey' Hope: Cultivating Resilient Okayness through Honesty and Service -Anne Lamott (50:09)

5. Courage & Letting Go: Spiritual Practice in Times of Unrest -Krishna Das (1:27:48)

6. Mindrolling Podcast -Raghu Markus, Duncan Trussell, Sharon Salzberg & Roshi Joan Halifax (2:00:23)

7. Cultivating Wise Music: A Live Virtual Concert -Krishna Das & Trevor Hall (2:15:28)

8. Wisdom Beyond Lineage -Krishna Das & Dr. Robert Thurman (1:25:50)

9. Active Compassion: Rage & Prayer -Valarie Kaur & Anne Lamott (1:53:02)

10. Hanuman Chalisa Workshop -Nina Rao (50:29)

Details

This is a digital download.
This is NOT a physical product that you will receive in the mail.
You will receive an email containing your download link and instructions.

  • Running Time:  960 Minutes (16 hours)
  • Cultivating Wise Hope Virtual Retreat | August 28-30th, 2020
  • Format: Digital Download
    • .MP3 Audio
    • .MP4 Video
    • .ZIP (Audio/Video Files)
  • Published: October 2020
  • © 2020 Love Serve Remember Foundation

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