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Meditation in the CityPODCAST: Meditation in the City

Offering Meditation In The City – the Shambhala Meditation Center of New York’s very own podcast.

In this podcast episode, David Perrin engages the Weekly Dharma Gathering crowd in a lively exchange around one of the foundational tenets of Buddhism: Impermanence.

Click the link below to listen to this month’s podcast, and look forward to more coming soon! Continue…

- 2015-10-09 - comment

Sakyong Receiving Teachings in Nepal

Sakyong Receiving Teachings in Nepal Rinchen Terdzo Orissa 2008-2009The Sakyong is in Nepal at His Eminence Namkha Drimed Rinpoche’s monastery where today he has begun receiving empowerments and transmissions for the gongter, or mind treasures, of His Eminence, the majority of which focus on Gesar of Ling. The Sakyong Wangmo, Jetsun Drukmo, Jetsun Yudra, and Jetsun Dzedron are also in attendance, enabling these precious termas to be carried forward into future generations. For more information on these profound teachings, and how we can offer support, please ... continue

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Money and Inspiration

Money and Inspiration COLUMN: Shambhala Economics Welcome to Shambhala Economics, a column in the Shambhala Times where we publish articles on uplifted ways to view ... continue

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Self-Sufficiency Bears Fruit

Self-Sufficiency Bears Fruit Update from the Gesar Fund Interview with Nyima Kunga by Maarten Regtien “A dream has come true!” Every year Gesar Fund’s board member Nyima Kunga ... continue

Featured Stories - 2015-09-28 - 1 comment

In Charge of Making Peace Possible

In Charge of Making Peace Possible Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche gives a public talk, and speaks at a leadership gathering in Berlin. Story and photos by Katja Aßmann Photo by ... continue

Community Articles - 2015-09-26 - 6 comments

A Good Salon

A Good Salon COLUMN: Good Practice A Window into the Playful Space of Cultural Engagement at the Bellingham, WA Shambhala Center article by Zoey Moyle Sakyong Mipham ... continue

Community Articles - 2015-09-23 - 3 comments

The Flip of Cheerfulness

The Flip of Cheerfulness COLUMN: Aging in Enlightened Society Exploring the Warriorship of Aging Interview with Acharya Emeritus Jenny Warwick by Sarah Lipton “For what it’s worth, one of ... continue

Featured Stories - 2015-09-21 - comment

Householders Harvesting Peace

Householders Harvesting Peace From everyone here at the Shambhala Times, Cheerful Harvest of Peace! Each year at the time of the fall equinox, we celebrate ... continue

Community Articles - 2015-09-18 - 1 comment

The Range of Emotions…

The Range of Emotions... …Inspired By a Child’s Birthday COLUMN: Children and Family article by Heather Grimes edited by Renée Picard Photo: Harry Walker / Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain) originally ... continue

Scene and Heard - 2015-09-15 - comment

Are You Worthy of Love?

Are You Worthy of Love? Announcing a New Book by Lodro Rinzler I was leading a daylong meditation workshop in Boston. After studying Buddhist teachings and talking ... continue

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Dharma Teachings

Meditation and the Truth of Suffering

Dharma Teaching by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche The path of meditation isn’t necessarily about becoming a Buddhist. It’s about awakening to who we already are: buddha—“awakened one” in Sanskrit. Through the practice of meditation, the Buddha overcame bewilderment and suffering and awoke to the truth of reality, which is that we are all inherently awake. He then laid out a path through which each of us can emerge from our discursiveness and discover this truth for ourselves. Because of his realization, we look to him for inspiration and teaching. One of the first truths the Buddha saw is that we spend our whole lives in search of some kind of basic happiness. Since I travel a lot, I often sit in airports and notice how busy everybody is going ... continue

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