Summoned by the Earth with Cynthia Jurs

The Rose Woman Podcast - Summoned by the Earth with Cynthia Jurs

In this episode, Christine delves into the profound intersection of eco-spirituality and personal healing. She introduces Cynthia Jurs’s new book, Summoned by the Earth: Becoming a Holy Vessel for Healing Our World, emphasizing the interconnectedness of the material world and spirituality, and the need to heal the divide between them. The episode centers on Cynthia’s journey, her eco-spiritual practice, and the transformative power of connecting deeply with nature.


Cynthia Jurs is a dharma teacher and author of Summoned by the Earth: Becoming a Holy Vessel for Healing Our World. Cynthia Jurs became a dharma teacher (Dharmacharya) in the Order of Interbeing of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh in 1994 and in 2018, was made an honorary lama in the Vajrayana tradition of Tibetan Buddhism in recognition of her dedication in carrying out the Earth Treasure Vase practice. Inspired by thirty years of pilgrimage into diverse communities and ecosystems, today Cynthia is forging a new path of dharma in service to Gaia—a path deeply rooted in the feminine, honoring indigenous cultures, and devoted to collective awakening. Cynthia leads meditations, retreats, courses, and pilgrimages to support the emergence of a global community of engaged and embodied sacred activists. 

In this episode, we cover:

  • The Practice of Earth Treasure Vases
  • The Ceremony and its Global Impact
  • Experience in Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Selecting of Vase Locations and forming Global Mandala
  • Nuclear Guardianship
  • Evolution of Cynthia’s Spiritual Path with Tibetan Buddhism
  • Gaia as the Greatest Teacher
  • Community and Healing
  • No Judgment Principle
  • Mother Earth as Refuge
  • Emerging Gaian Spirituality
  • Reflection on Religious Structures and Practices
  • Reclaiming Gaia’s Oracle
  • Healing the Feminine and Sexual Wounding
  • Role of Women in Activism and Peace
  • Collective Awakening and Community-Based Enlightenment


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