Our rational minds love categories, love to differentiate between good and bad, self and other, mine and yours. Could there be something about this moment in time, as we continue to live into a rapidly changing world, that calls for deeper, more embodied forms of knowledge? This joint inquiry will explore ways of knowing that can be more difficult to point to, but are no less powerful, as we look for guidance to the Bodhisattva, Kuan Yin's practice of fierce compassion, a compassion that "listens at ease to the sounds of the world." What can the dharma tell us about the roles of ritual, intuition, and other forms of embodied practice in opening to a more broad understanding of wise view and wise action? Join us in this evening's exploration as we individually and collectively engage with these energies and ways of knowing that center our bodies and our hearts.