Featured Stories - 2014-12-21 - 1 comment
The Shambhala Times wishes you all a delightful celebration of Children’s Day! interview with Walter Fordham by Sarah Lipton, Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief The renowned ... continue
I have the body of a man, mostly, if you don’t pay attention to my fine bones and nearly hairless body. And most people don’t. Rather they notice my broad shoulders, narrow hips, and strong brow, and if they risk looking past my feminine attire and ask me a question, they notice my deep voice.
They pick out the cues that we all have been taught to rely on in order to “know” who we’re dealing with. The habit is completely understandable, particularly in our speedy, information – saturated world where time is so often a commodity and efficiency is the watchword. It is very hard in our world to slow down, relax, and be curious about each other. We feel we need to make an assessment, lean on our assumptions, and take action or move on. Continue…
The Shambhala Office of Practice and Education is pleased to announce the International Shambhala Programs calendar for the year of 2015. Application Process The following programs in 2015 require that you apply and be accepted through the Office of Practice and Education: Enlightened Society Assembly Warrior Assembly Rigden Abhisheka Scorpion Seal Assembly Year I Attending an international program is a two-step process, which includes first applying (and being accepted) and then registering with the hosting land center. Once you receive your letter ... continue