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Connected Culture?

Connected Culture? – HIGHLIGHT

Enlightened Society: Connected Culture or Cult of Meditation? COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture article by Silas Rose, Victoria, BC Joining any organized spiritual tradition involves some courtship, much like choosing a mate. For many people new to Shambhala Buddhism the social vision of enlightened society is compelling, but for ... continue
Posted December 10, 2014 by
Kado: Being Quiet and Doing Something!

Kado: Being Quiet and Doing Something! – HIGHLIGHT

One of Marcia Shibata’s offeringsCOLUMN: Celebrating the Arts by Jacqueline Larson, Toronto, Ontario, Canada More than knowing a thing or two about flowers, Marcia Wang Shibata knows her own mind — but then, she’s been following the way of flowers for a long time. Ms. Shibata, a Master ... continue
Posted December 8, 2014 by
Journey into Shambhala Monasticism

Journey into Shambhala Monasticism – HIGHLIGHT

A Year at Gampo Abbey Arrival and Adjustment article by Emma Cataford, Shambhala Times Correspondant and Loden Nyima, Gampo Abbey Monastic On October 2nd, a new group of practitioners joined the community at Gampo Abbey for a one year training program in the Shambhala Monastic Order. Ten people, ... continue
Posted December 7, 2014 by
Purpose is the New Profit

Purpose is the New Profit – HIGHLIGHT

The Awakening of Business by Iektje van Bolhuis, Austin, Texas It might seem strange to write an article about enlightened society and business. In many ways the two seem to be contradictory. Indeed, many of the major problems we face in this dark age can be traced back ... continue
Posted December 6, 2014 by
Stages of Realization...

Stages of Realization… – HIGHLIGHT

…on the Path of Cleaning COLUMN: Kitchen Wisdom by Julia Persch, Karme Choling Cleaning, dish shifts and other regular rota assignments are just a part of living at a retreat center. In this missive from Karme Choling, Julia Persch shares stages of realization for the path of cleaning. The Infant ... continue
Posted December 5, 2014 by
Funding Anti-Violence

Funding Anti-Violence – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Trust Funds More Chicago Anti-Violence Work – and Five Other Projects Fall 2014 Meeting article by Ginny Evans and Greg Lubkin Co-Chairs of the Shambhala Trust The Shambhala Trust held its Fall 2014 meeting in a new location – Chicago, where the Trust had recently begun funding “Cure Violence” efforts ... continue
Posted December 4, 2014 by
Surviving Ebola

Surviving Ebola – HIGHLIGHT

Letter from Ashoka Mukpo to the extended Shambhala Community Ashoka Mukpo, son of Lady Diana Mukpo, contracted the Ebola virus after working for a month as a freelance cameraman for NBC and other media outlets. After being diagnosed in Liberia, Ashoka was flown to the Nebraska Medical Center ... continue
Posted December 3, 2014 by
Breaking Silence

Breaking Silence – HIGHLIGHT

Introducing a NEW COLUMN: Dispatches from the Front Lines Dispatches from the Front Lines is a new column designed to support the many Shambhalians currently experiencing upheaval at their centers and groups. It is specifically intended to penetrate the sense of isolation common to these painful situations, ... continue
Posted December 1, 2014 by


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