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Upcoming Retreats

August 18-21, 2016

Liberation Through Mindfulness

Deborah Eden Tull & Dave Smith
Hosted by Against the Stream
at Land of Medicine Buddha
Soquel, CA
Click here to register

October 30-November 4, 2016

Regenerative Leadership:

Attunement, Relational Mindfulness, and Deep Listening
with Nina Simons & Deborah Eden Tull
Big Sur, CA
Esalen
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Upcoming Workshops and Opportunities to Deepen Practice

See the Workshops Page for a full listing of upcoming retreats and workshops.


Audio Files for Streaming and Download

Podcasts

New: Releasing Trauma through Unconditional Love

Previous Podcasts: From Separation to Interconnection
Intimacy – With Our Self, One Another, and Our World
Restoring the Divine Feminine
Bringing Presence to the State of Our World
Transforming Anger Through Mindfulness
Navigating the Unknown
Compassionate Self Discipline

Guided meditations at the Hammer Museum

June 26, 2014 Download Here
May 22, 2014 Download Here
March 6, 2014 Download Here

Recent Dharma Talks at Against the Stream

NewReleasing Trauma through Unconditional Love

Relating to Pain

The Fantasy of Authority

Healing Our Relationship with Time

Personal Sustainability


I consider it a tremendous gift to have had the opportunity to learn from Deborah Eden Tull.  Not only does she offer powerful tools for engaged awareness practice, she offers it with compassion, humor, and grace.  Her constant reminder to be kind to myself and to allow the process to be fun is radically shifting my approach to both mindfulness and sustainability.

When I said my work with Eden moved me forward in a way nothing else has I didn’t mean “forward” in a self improvement way – I meant forward as in unstuck – unstuck from self hatred, from isolation, from being unable to receive love. Working with Eden offers opportunity for coming home to all of who you are – no one or nothing left out.

Going on retreat with Eden provides a rare and sacred opportunity to look deeply into everyday conditioning that keeps us from our innate joy.

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