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Trust Meets in New York

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The Shambhala Trust holds its May, 2016 meeting in New York

by Ginny Evans, Trust Co-Chair

IMG_2680 - Version 3At the early May meeting of the Shambhala Trust, in New York City, we were quite busy, with many items on the agenda. Seven proposals were on the table, and all were exciting and meritorious. Among them was one from a couple in Chile, requesting funds to establish an organization devoted to teaching mindfulness and leadership for teachers and educators.  We were able to conference with Sergio and Yael using Zoom, which was a new approach for us and beneficial in helping us understand and connect with the proposers.  Financing in the amount of $3,280 from the Trust allowed them to undertake their first project, in a school in northern Chile. Continue…

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Institute for Compassionate Leadership

Institute for Compassionate Leadership – HIGHLIGHT

Chelsea Nenni recently sat down with Shambhala sangha member and teacher Lodro Rinzler to discuss his most recent venture, the Institute for Compassionate Leadership. Primarily targeting the millennial generation, it is the only leadership institute to combine executive coaching, mentorship, and job placement under one umbrella. ... continue
Posted July 8, 2013 by
Time Banking

Time Banking – HIGHLIGHT

The Nuts and Bolts of Building the Shambhala Village Around the School by Brian Landever In the recent leadership gathering at Shambhala Mountain Center this June, considerable discussion was given to the overall theme of creating enlightened society. Topics included how we experience basic goodness and wealth, what will increase ... continue
Posted July 3, 2013 by
Birth of Shambhala Publications

Birth of Shambhala Publications – HIGHLIGHT

A Shambhala Times Exclusive: Interview with Sam Bercholz edited by Ani Dawa Chotso Shambhala Publications was born at Ground Zero of the 1960s counterculture: in the back of a bookstore on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, California. The Times asked Sam Bercholz for more details … How did it all get ... continue
Posted May 29, 2013 by
Profound Treasury Tour Nears Completion in Halifax

Profound Treasury Tour Nears Completion in Halifax – HIGHLIGHT

Halifax,by Carolyn Gimian It is early May. It is sunny Halifax, but a little cold and we are wishing for warm spring days. The Profound Treasury Tour rolls into town from Boston. Where have we been? Where are we now? If it’s Friday, it must be Halifax! The ... continue
Posted May 8, 2013 by
"Doing Good"

“Doing Good” – HIGHLIGHT

Imagining Peace: The Journey Is the Goal a personal reflection by Gretchen Neve, Chicago The Imagining Peace Conference opens Friday night, April 26, with a talk by the Sakyong followed the next day, Saturday April 27, with the Youth Congress on Peace. Sunday, April 28, will be a ... continue
Posted April 17, 2013 by
 Shambhala en español

Shambhala en español – HIGHLIGHT

Efforts around the Shambhala mandala are being made to increase the accessibility of the Shambhala teachings in multiple languages. The Shambhala Times has recently been hearing about some of the successes of this endeavor and wanted to share the news with you. 1. Shambhala Europe is Blogging! ... continue
Posted April 11, 2013 by
Why We Need to Imagine Peace

Why We Need to Imagine Peace – HIGHLIGHT

Creating Enlightened Society in Chicago with a Youth Congress on Peace by Gretchen Neve What is Happening On April 26, 2013, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche’s Enlightened Society Tour will launch in Chicago. On Friday night he will give a talk about creating enlightened society. On Saturday the Sakyong will host our ... continue
Posted April 6, 2013 by
Daring to Lead, Authentically

Daring to Lead, Authentically – HIGHLIGHT

by Jayne Sutton Shambhala Times Correspondent In the late 1990s, Susan Szpakowski was working as a curriculum writer for the Nova Scotia education system. She and other like-minded students of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche began exploring a question that will sound very familiar to Shambhalians in 2013: What does ... continue
Posted March 26, 2013 by
Naked Mind, the Film

Naked Mind, the Film – HIGHLIGHT

Denmo Ibrahim at Earthbody interviews filmmaker Sarah Barab “Meditation is the direct path to understanding the nature of the mind,” says Sarah Barab in explaining what sparked the journey of her new film Naked Mind. Barab joined up with filmmaker Pax Winters to travel the world pursuing a ... continue
Posted March 22, 2013 by
The Profound Treasury

The Profound Treasury – HIGHLIGHT

by Carolyn Gimian Every year but one between 1973 and 1986, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche spent three months presenting Buddhist teachings to a group of his senior students, who came together with him to practice and study intensively. These programs were called the Vajradhatu Seminaries. The people who ... continue
Posted January 16, 2013 by
Community: Lose the Lids!

Community: Lose the Lids! – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Times interviews Mary Whetsell Mary Whetsell is passionate about community! As Director of Shambhala’s Office of Societal Health & Well-being, she views nurturing the development of community as the primary goal of her office. But why does community matter? She references both teachings from the Sakyong ... continue
Posted January 14, 2013 by
Thanking a "Tireless Custodian"

Thanking a “Tireless Custodian” – HIGHLIGHT

by David Brown, Zeb Zuckerman, Ginny Evans After over a decade of service John Sennhauser has retired as Chair of the Shambhala Trust. This transition occurred during a meeting of the Trust held in Boston as hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast. His steady presence at the ... continue
Posted January 4, 2013 by
Musical Quintessence and Breath

Musical Quintessence and Breath – HIGHLIGHT

Surprise Concert for Shastri Hans Zwart On July 13, 2012, an extraordinary event took place at the Amsterdam Shambhala Centre. Five sonnets, written by Shastri Hans Zwart during a difficult period in his life, were set to music as a classical song cycle and performed live by ... continue
Posted December 31, 2012 by
Congratulations, Biscuit!

Congratulations, Biscuit! – HIGHLIGHT

This autumn, Biscuit General Store was voted Best in Halifax for the best women’s clothing store with a silver award for the best men’s clothing store. Biscuit was founded and is owned by Shambhala’s Director of the Office of Culture and Decorum, Sangyum Wendy Friedman. In ... continue
Posted December 24, 2012 by
Meet the Kalapa Executive

Meet the Kalapa Executive

Here’s another little quiz: If the Kalapa Council is the equivalent of a Board of Directors, then what would the Kalapa Executive be called in a conventional organization? My bio might give you a hint… Over the next few days (or possibly weeks – there is a lot ... continue
Posted December 13, 2012 by anna_weinstein

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