What Lisa Stanley did this summer
Lisa Stanley reports that during a recent two-week visit to Madison, Wisconsin she had the experience that should be familiar to most Shambhalians of switching from being a program participant to being a teacher to spending time with peers enjoying deep shop-talk.
Here are six photographs by Lisa from the Miksang workshops she attended and co-taught in Madison in July. Miksang (Tibetan for “Good Eye”), is a contemplative photography practice rooted in the Dharma Art teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. Lisa is a Miksang, Ikebana (Japanese Flower Arranging) and Shambhala Art teacher. Look for upcoming classes at the Shambhala Center this Fall!
From: Portland News Magazine