Myself and three other community members signed up to take Norma Wong Roshi’s class on kado, the way of the flower, a 2000-year-old Chinese art form often practiced by folks on a spiritual path. Kado at first sounds like it might be about flower arranging, but kado is more about you than it is about flowers. […]
The newDharma Community bid farewell to 2011 and ushered in 2012 with a New Year’s Eve Release Ceremony and Meditation. Over forty folks, of all ages and backgrounds, from the Bay and beyond, gathered at CXC and set their intentions to release what was no longer needed and to manifest what was to come. The […]
2011 has been a very full year for CXC (Center for Transformative Change). We rang in 2011 with a New Year’s Eve Release Ceremony and Meditation. We celebrated together our intentions with good food and drink, in community. In February, three of our staff participated in the 2nd gathering of the Forward Stance Leadership Initiative, […]
Thirty-three people from around the world participated in the 27 Days of Change | Fall 2011 Practice Period. There were a number of local Bay Area participants, many on the East Coast, and one as far away as Thailand. Some were veteran participants, and some were brand new. All folks committed to making significant 360-degree […]
On the evening of August 11, 2011, the fearlessYoga Tour kicked off at CXC (Center for Transformative Change). Not just an ordinary informational evening nor open house, those in attendance experienced the signature fearlessYoga Warrior Series Flow firsthand as taught by the first certified fearlessYoga teacher, chandrashekara thuy tran. In addition to rolling out the […]
Every year, CXC (Center for Transformative Change) sets aside 7 days for the annual IJI (Inner Justice Intensive). Based on the 7 day sesshin format out the Zen Buddhism tradition, the intensive is no ordinary retreat. For 7 days, participants commit to a rigorous deep practice schedule that begins at 5am and ends at 10pm.
Twenty-six people from around the nation participated in the 27 Days of Change | Spring 2011 Practice Period. Some were veteran participants, and some were brand new. All folks committed to making significant 360-degree shifts in service to their personal transformation.
The CXC/YES! transition continues to hum along. Much has been accomplished in the last four months. The process continues, lifting up and integrating the best of both organizations into something new.