Participants train in Nature Mindfulness through guided meditation led by Diana Hulet. Biweekly online sessions meet every other Saturday at 9:00 am Pacific Time for 60 minutes. After guided meditation(s), there is an open discussion that include topics related to weekly issues of Mariposa Reflections.
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PRICING & REGISTRATION
Mariposa Meditations sessions are continuous and ongoing throughout the year. When you sign up you will also receive Mariposa Reflections. Pricing is organized to cover six sessions (three months of biweekly teachings) for $48 (USD).
Diana Hulet. Diana has taught and practiced yoga for more than thirty years. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Studies where she focused on the intersection…
Gay Bradshaw, PhD, PhD. Gay has been studying mindfulness and meditation since 2002 after leaving a tenured job as a research mathematician to devote her work to Nature…
Gay has been studying mindfulness and meditation since 2002 after leaving a tenured job as a research mathematician to devote her work to Nature. Her founding of The Kerulos Center for Nonviolence non-profit was catalyzed by her discovery of Elephant Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Her work and the Center are dedicated to helping humans transform to Nature consciousness and supporting Animal dignity and self-determination. Gay is the author of Pulitzer Prize-nominated Elephants on the Edge: What Animals Teach Us about Humanity, Carnivore Minds: Who These Fearsome Beings Really Are (Yale, 2009; 2017) and Talking with Bears: Conversations with Charlie Russell (Rocky Mountain Books, 2020). Gay holds doctorates in ecology and psychology and cares for over fifty Faculty Residents at The Tortoise and the Hare Sanctuary and neighboring Wildlife with whom she practices in seshin.
Diana has taught and practiced yoga for more than thirty years. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Studies where she focused on the intersection between Eastern philosophy and environmental ethics and currently teaches in the Mind Body Program at Oregon State University. Her Animal activism includes leading meditations at vigils and events throughout the Portland area. She also opens up the dialogue within yoga and other spiritual communities around all aspects of Animal exploitation and harm. Through practices and such Nature Mindfulness and bearing witness, Diana’s life and work continue to center on alleviating suffering and educating others on new ways of living in harmony with Animals and our planet.