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Audio: Sanity and our Real World - Money, Power and Peaceful Abiding, by Eric Spiegel

Audio: Sanity and our Real World – Money, Power and Peaceful Abiding, by Eric Spiegel

In this talk given in Albany, New York, Acharya Eric Spiegel explores how we can bring practice, study, and warriorship to this economic winter. continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Jennifer Holder
Traduire le Dharma et le reste

Traduire le Dharma et le reste

Pour lire cet article en anglais, cliquez ici. Pendant mon adolescence en Inde, je lisais le Times of India à mon grand-père qui était d’une grande érudition en anglais et en latin. Tandis que je lisais, il me donnait l’étymologie de presque chaque mot anglais. J’étais trop ... continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Rohini_Schiff
Three Methods for Working with Chaos, by Pema Chodron

Three Methods for Working with Chaos, by Pema Chodron – HIGHLIGHT

Sometimes late at night or on a long walk with a friend, we find ourselves discussing our ideas about how to live and how to act and what is important in life. If we’re studying Buddhism and practicing meditation, we might talk of no-self and emptiness, ... continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Jennifer Holder
Video: Compassion, by Sakyong Mipham

Video: Compassion, by Sakyong Mipham

In this video, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche describes how true compassion for others inspires happiness in us, whatever the circumstance. continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Jennifer Holder
Streetspace Gallery in Berkeley, California

Streetspace Gallery in Berkeley, California

Two years ago the Berkeley Shambhala Center (BSC) opened the doors of Streetspace, a store-front, multi-purpose space located in downtown Berkeley, California. BSC has occupied the same second-floor space in a dzong-like building for over thirty years, while remaining virtually invisible to pedestrians and traffic. By ... continue
Posted February 18, 2009 by
Rastro de Werma en Dechen Choling

Rastro de Werma en Dechen Choling

¡Hay que experimentar Dechen Choling en invierno para creer que realmente existe un sitio así! Hay que estar ahí, sintiendo la energía desnuda en este lugar bendito: los árboles majestuosos sin hojas, el estanque helado, el aire crujiente, el cielo azul con algunas nubes blancas y ... continue
Posted February 16, 2009 by Adrian_Bude
Shambhala in Neverland

Shambhala in Neverland

For the past four years I have resided part time in mainland China, living in the concrete and tin roof barracks of the artist’s villages that ring the northeast section of Beijing, by the Fifth Ring Road near the airport. Personal voice and uncensored expression are ... continue
Posted February 15, 2009 by Ellen Pearlman
Comings and Goings

Comings and Goings

Most of these announcements of births and deaths were submitted to the Dot after the final issue had already gone to publication. Send your announcements to [email protected] continue
Posted February 15, 2009 by
Transforming the Landscape of Generosity

Transforming the Landscape of Generosity

Meet the Dana Group – a team of Shambhalians with fund-raising and financial experience who aspire to invigorate giving in our community. In our first meeting on May 31st, 2007, we surprised ourselves by the scope of the vision for the mandala. The Dana Group was initially ... continue
Posted February 15, 2009 by
The Five Wisdoms Institute

The Five Wisdoms Institute

By Irini Rockwell The Five Wisdoms Institute was founded in 2002 after the publication of my book The Five Wisdom Energies, a Buddhist Way of Understanding Personalities, Emotions and Relationships. continue
Posted February 15, 2009 by Irini Rockwell
International Shambhala Arts Day Festival

International Shambhala Arts Day Festival

“A work of art is created because there is basic sacredness, independent of the artist’s particular religious faith or trust.  Sacredness from that point of view is the discovery of goodness, which is independent of personal, social, or physical restrictions.”   Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche continue
Posted February 14, 2009 by
Shining - Brillance

Shining – Brillance

By/de Nathalie-Pascale Alexandra Boisseau I am told that the magpies like to steal and accumulate shiny and precious objects. This evening in one nest, I found a mirror, And unbearable sadness. Sadness, what are you? As I struggle to console you, to fix you, to understand you, to control you, You ask ... continue
Posted February 1, 2009 by nataliepascal-boisseau
Sangha Co-housing opportunity in Northern California

Sangha Co-housing opportunity in Northern California

Written by Joel and Sarah Mandel Sarah and I are long-term Shambhala Buddhist practitioners.  As we approach retirement age, we’ve been thinking about how, where and with whom we would like to spend the rest of our lives. I’ll bet many of us are considering the same ... continue
Posted February 1, 2009 by Joel Mandel
The Impact of the Economy: Shambhalians in Financial Distress

The Impact of the Economy: Shambhalians in Financial Distress

Recently I posed a question on Sangha-announce. I asked: Are any Shambhalians in financial distress? And, if there are any, what might we have in place to alleviate such distress? In what part of our organization would this element of vicissitude be addressed? Suddenly I became the ... continue
Posted February 1, 2009 by Phyllis Segura


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