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Welcome to Shambhala Economics, a column in the Shambhala Times where we publish articles on uplifted ways to view and engage in the economic side of life. Layth Matthews who is a long time student of Shambhala Buddhism and author of, “The Four Noble Truths of Wealth: a Buddhist View of Economic Life” is host, editor, and contributor for the column.
article by Layth Matthews
This is part I of a two part article on the psychology of money.
It could be said that Buddhist Economics, if there is such a thing, is about clarifying the difference between wealth and money. I think that’s because Buddhism is more about view than strategy. The Buddha’s discovery of awakened nature could be described as the realization of an unconditionally wealthy outlook because the non-judgmental perception we practice in meditation enables us to see the basic goodness of everything. Continue…
Shambhala is seeking a new Executive Director for Dorje Denma Ling, our retreat center in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia. Would you like to lead a well-supported, debt-free land center? Are you inspired to lead by example, fostering a harmonious, sane, and compassionate society? Do you have confidence in your leadership skills and the gentle footprint of a Tiger? If so, we invite you to read on. Mr. Lennart Krogoll will be retiring from his post September 30th, 2015. Mr. Krogoll has ... continue