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With Zen Buddhist Meditation Teacher and Author
Deborah Eden Tull
Los Angeles Times, Tricycle, Yogi Times, Shambhala Times, The Ecologist and Goop

Discover a proven mindfulness technique for setting conscious intentions — and for renewing your mind, body, and spirit... 

Apply the Zen teaching of compassionate self-discipline to accomplish your goals and dreams.

Are you caught up in the myth of self-improvement?

Maybe you still feel “broken” or incomplete...

The truth is you’re more than okay… although your habitual mind may be telling you otherwise.

Living in a quick-fix, capitalist culture doesn’t help. Even the practice of mindfulness has been co-opted and is now viewed by many as a mere “technique” for navigating the stress, chaos, and confusion of modern life.

Fortunately, there is another path of mindfulness that embraces self-renewal...

… a fresh path of embodied mindfulness that invites you into the perfection of each and every moment.

As you let go of old intentions… and look forward to the year ahead… spiritual teacher and former Zen Buddhist monk Deborah Eden Tull will guide you to overcome the myth of self-improvement and set loving intentions aligned with your true, already whole, Self.  

In this 60-minute free online event, you’ll discover:

  • A new approach to mindfulness that can organically transform your life
  • How to get off the hamster wheel of self-improvement — and access your true essence and the present moment
  • A proven technique for setting conscious intentions to renew you in mind, body, and spirit... and help you lean into your highest purpose
  • The true meaning of the Zen teaching of compassionate self-discipline, which you can easily apply to accomplish your goals and dreams
  • Fierce compassion and mindful inquiry as the “threshold” to emotional freedom and an awakened life

The new year is an opportunity for setting powerful conscious intentions in all aspects of your life. Yet, we often make resolutions that perpetuate the myth of self-improvement, while doing nothing to empower our heart’s intentions... setting us up for disappointment once again.

Join leading dharma teacher Deborah Eden Tull for a restorative event about the power of mindful inquiry, fierce compassion, and conscious intentions.

Eden is a renowned meditation teacher and emerging spiritual leader who spent many years as a Zen Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery in Northern California, where she contracted Lyme Disease from a tick bite received while hiking. In Los Angeles for medical treatment, she experienced an awakening to her calling as a teacher out in the world.

She has since taught meditation and mindfulness practices to thousands of people and written several books, including Relational Mindfulness: A Handbook for Deepening Our Connection with Our Self, Each Other, and Our Planet, which was published earlier this year.

What People Are Saying About Deborah Eden Tull...

“Our work together has generated my great respect for her integrity.”

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.
Joanna Macy, Co-author of Coming Back to Life

“Eden has distilled... many years of monastic practice into pure essence...”

Eden has distilled learning from many years of monastic practice into pure essence, and [her book Relational Mindfulness] makes that wisdom available to anyone. Its storytelling, practices, and exercises will bring anyone great benefit, and they are clear, needed, and timely. For greater inner peace, personal alignment, and increasing your vital, present, and kind experience of life, I commend it to you.
Nina Simons, Co-founder of Bioneers and Director of Everywoman’s Leadership

“... she guides us in embodying the change, rather than just thinking about it...”

Deborah Eden Tull teaches an awareness of the big picture of our relationship with food, and offers a powerful, inspiring manifesto for how to apply this greater awareness to our daily lifestyle, starting with the meals we eat. Through her grounded and compassionate approach to sustainability and inspiring stories from sustainable communities, she guides us in embodying the change, rather than just thinking about it.
Penny Livingston-Stark, Co-director of Regenerative Design Institute

“... will change your life and how you relate to food and to the planet...”

Deborah Eden Tull's [work] will change your life and how you relate to the planet on a daily basis... a guide to help people make the shift from “consumers” to “earth stewards,” and teaches an approach to sustainable living that is about celebrating nature, mindfulness, community, pleasure, and long-term sustainability, rather than convenience and short-sightedness.
Helena Norberg-Hodge, Founder of the International Society for Ecology and Culture and author of Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh

“... a wake-up call for our times.”

Skillfully weaving practical exercises, personal stories, and illuminating observations, Deborah Eden Tull shows us how we can practice everywhere: personally, relationally, socially, and ecologically. [Her] wise and compassionate [work] is a wake-up call for our times.
Diana Winston, Director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center and author of Fully Present: The Science Art and Practice of Mindfulness

About Deborah Eden Tull

Deborah Eden Tull, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, teaches how to integrate compassionate awareness into every aspect of our lives. She’s a Zen meditation and mindfulness teacher, public speaker, author, activist, and sustainability educator. She trained for seven years as a Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery in Northern California, and has been traveling to, living in, or teaching about conscious, sustainable communities internationally for the last 25 years. She currently resides in the mountains of western North Carolina and offers retreats, workshops, and consultations nationally.

She followed up her first book, The Natural Kitchen: Your Guide for the Sustainable Food Revolution, with Relational Mindfulness: A Handbook for Deepening Our Connection with Ourselves, Each Other, and the Planet. Eden teaches both Zen meditation and mindfulness, and has worked with a wide range of audiences, from dharma students and people wanting to cultivate more compassion in their life, to concerned citizens and activists, to parents, to schools and corporations, and to special populations such as inner city youth and people who are incarcerated.

She has been an organic gardener and farmer for many years, including at places such as Green Gulch Farm in Marin County, California, Arcosanti in the Arizona desert, the Zen Buddhist monastery where she trained, and in urban gardens in the San Francisco Bay area and in Los Angeles. She’s certified in Permaculture Design and biointensive organic gardening.

Eden is also a student and practitioner of Shamanism and a facilitator of the Work That Reconnects as created by eco-philosopher Joanna Macy. She’s a UCLA-certified Mindfulness Facilitator and has offered workshops through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center since 2012.