Belinda is a social justice and environmental campaigner, mother and facilitator based on Whidbey Island, WA. She has led the Work that Reconnects and engaged Buddhist trainings for many years, and has helped found two training groups for new facilitators. In conjunction with her work as a board member for Buddhist Peace Fellowship, she brings 20 years of Buddhist practice to her facilitation and continuing exploration of resilience practices. Belinda is committed to integrating social and racial justice awareness and action into everything she does. Belinda is also a meditation instructor in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and has practiced with and led engaged Buddhist activist groups since the mid-1990's. Belinda lives with her husband, a martial arts fighter, editor and meditation instructor, her 6 year old daughter and sprouting permaculture community on 20 acres of recovering forest on South Whidbey Island.
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What year did you begin facilitating the Work That Reconnects?
I'm deeply committed to integrating an anti-oppression lens to everything I do in the Work that Reconnects and in all my work.