Relational Mindfulness

Relational Mindfulness

The greatest challenge for human beings is how to stay present in the beautiful, dynamic, and messy field of human relating.
Relational Mindfulness offers 9 Buddhist teachings for bringing presence, clear-seeing, and compassion to how we relate – whether we are at work, with family, on a date, in conflict, or engaging with world issues and politics.
Relational Mindfulness is a set of principles and practices for erasing the myth of separation and remembering the intrinsic interconnection that is who we really are.
The quality of every relationship we will ever have stems from the quality of our relationship with ourselves.

 

• What if our greatest strength is our shared sensitivity and vulnerability?
• What if meditation is simply a pathway for erasing the illusion of separation?
• What if a subtle shift in our attention informs our ability to live in partnership with one another, the natural world, and all forms of life?
• What if personal awareness practice is the most important skill for impacting change in our world?
These restorative and heart-opening practices can be integrated into every moment of life. This is based on Eden’s new book, Relational Mindfulness: A Handbook for Deepening Our Connection With Ourselves, Each Other, and the Planet

 

Testimonials

“Eden Tull meets us where we live: in constant interaction with self, other, world. What she offers is both ancient and to the moment.
She draws on the Buddha’s timeless teachings, absorbed in her years as a monk, and ripened now by her engagement with the challenges
of a society in crisis. Our work together has generated my great respect for her integrity, deepening my appreciation for this marvel of
a book.”–Joanna Macy, author, Coming Back to Life.