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Dec 11
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Faces of the Shambhala Lineage Festival

As it gets cooler and we move towards Children’s Day, the Shambhala Times wanted to revisit the warmer climate captured during the shared delight of the Shambhala Lineage Festival. Following are a few snapshots and testaments to the beautiful weekend shared by our whole mandala.

Magnificent sunflower arrangements on our shrines reflected the outward turning of our hearts as we contemplated creating enlightened society…we recognize that the seed of society arises through the kindness and respect that blossom in one-on-one conversations and connections. Harvesting these connections again and again, we found ourselves basking in a harvest of delight! ~ from the Manchester, Vermont Shambhala Center

Back row, left to right: Roger Guest, Wendy Currie, Wendy Krom, Penelope (from Boston), Sophie Leger, Kevin Nielsen Front row, left to right: Martha Schoenemann, Greg Howe, Mariah Freemole, Betty Steiner, Jason Newman, Jimmy Ong, Bob Schoenemann

From the lively Shambhala Meditation Center of Leiden, Netherlands, comes this video impression of the Festival:
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The Lineage Festival was cheerfully attended by many sangha members in Boston. Photos courtesy of Jason Jedrusiak.

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2 responses to “ Faces of the Shambhala Lineage Festival ”
  1. Sarah Lipton
    Dec 12, 2011

    Thank you, Tycho!!

  2. The weblink to the Shambhala Lineage Festival from the Shambhala Center Leiden seems to memissing.
    If you click on this link you must be able to see it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Qr4wD-Rwx4&sns=em



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