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Without Beginning or End, Part 3

Without Beginning or End, Part 3 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Heart Sutra, 2016, sumi ink on Chinese rice paper, 18×30 in V. The Time of Compassion This profound interconnection of all things is expressed in the Buddhist notion of dependent origination (pratīyasamutpāda).  This thesis that ... continue
Posted July 30, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 2

Without Beginning or End, Part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane III. Kinesis Hooked, 2017, acrylic on paper, 26×14 in Tsai’s lines—whether circular or straight—move.  While literally static on the paper, they contain within them the energy of the artist’s gesture as they endlessly redraw themselves before ... continue
Posted July 28, 2017 by CGH

Without Beginning or End, Footnotes

Notes 1 Vasily Kandinsky to Will Grohmann, October 12, 1930, quoted in Angelica Zander Rudenstine, The Guggenheim Museum: Paintings 1880–1945, vol. 1 (New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1976), p. 310. Cited in Guggenheim Museum website https://www.guggenheim.org/arts-curriculum/topic/the-bauhaus (accessed 7 July 2017). 2 In addition to emptiness and nowness, the ... continue
Posted July 26, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 1

Without Beginning or End, Part 1 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal work of Shambhalian and artist Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Contentment of Mr. Orange, 2015, acrylic on paper mounted on canvas, 14×14 in “The circle…is the synthesis of the greatest oppositions. …it points most clearly to the fourth dimension.” (1) —Vassily Kandinsky I. ... continue
Posted July 26, 2017 by CGH
Politics is Internal

Politics is Internal – HIGHLIGHT

A reprint of an article that first appeared in 2013, examining politics as practice by Larry Barnett There is a yogic practice in Tibet that takes place in a charnel ground, or what we call a graveyard. Graveyards in Tibet, which is mostly rock, are not the neat ... continue
Posted July 24, 2017 by CGH
Shambhala Trust in Boston

Shambhala Trust in Boston – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Trust Provides Funds for Four Projects at Spring 2017 Meeting by Greg Lubkin On the weekend of April 29 – May 1, 2017, the Shambhala Trust held its semi-annual meeting at the Boston Shambhala Centre.  For those not familiar with the Trust, it is a group of ... continue
Posted July 22, 2017 by CGH
The Journey Home

The Journey Home – HIGHLIGHT

An update on progress at Columbus KTC as they recover from last year’s fire at their center  by Lama Kathy Wesley Rebuilding a Dharma Center, in some ways, is like creating a Chorten, or Stupa – one of those beautiful Buddhist monuments you see in photos of Tibet, ... continue
Posted July 20, 2017 by CGH
Waiting. Acting.

Waiting. Acting. – HIGHLIGHT

Exploring the mysteries and life lessons of knowing when to act, and when to wait by Susan Firer I’m waiting for something to arise in my mind to propel this piece of writing forward…waiting. Maybe that’s it: “waiting!” How often we think that we don’t have the time ... continue
Posted July 18, 2017 by CGH
Lexington on the Move

Lexington on the Move

The Lexington Shambhala Center is moving to a new home by Craig Smith-Sargent and Mary Sehlinger The very exciting news here in Lexington is that we will be moving our center to a new location! We will be creating a beautiful uplifted space, and also increasing our financial stability. ... continue
Posted July 16, 2017 by CGH
Heal the Beach

Heal the Beach – HIGHLIGHT

The new Shambhala group Social Action LA holds its first event, a beach cleanup day at Venice Beach by Chris Bomba and Jason Elias Finally, we scheduled our first Action In the World, and decided to volunteer at a Heal The Bay Beach Cleanup at Venice Beach here in ... continue
Posted July 14, 2017 by CGH
Social Action LA

Social Action LA – HIGHLIGHT

West Coast Shambhalians lay plans to bring their practice into the wider world of political action by Jason Elias After the last presidential election, a few of us in the Los Angeles Shambhala Community started to wonder what was the relevance of our practice within the political realm. If ... continue
Posted July 12, 2017 by CGH
Seattle Bound

Seattle Bound – HIGHLIGHT

New Shastri brings a feminine perspective to Seattle by Andrea D’Asaro Our new Shastri, Trinley Busby, is relocating to Seattle from her home in Vancouver as our center’s first female Shastri. She brings a deep passion around opening Shambhala to greater diversity, including the power of the feminine. Her ... continue
Posted July 10, 2017 by CGH
Manifesting Great Eastern Kindness

Manifesting Great Eastern Kindness – HIGHLIGHT

A chance encounter becomes an opportunity for compassion and generosity by Janet Pal It’s Saturday morning, June 10. I’m on my way to the Toronto Shambhala Centre. A man is walking towards me. Oh please let him walk past me. I’m in a hurry. I have a talk to ... continue
Posted July 8, 2017 by
Becoming a Better Listener

Becoming a Better Listener – HIGHLIGHT

A few good reasons to practice mindful listening in our everyday lives by Jackie Edwards Every day, people struggle to be heard and understood. Whether it’s in our home or at work, the desire to be heard is such that it has become common practice to speak forcefully, ... continue
Posted July 6, 2017 by CGH
Shambhala Technology Update

Shambhala Technology Update – HIGHLIGHT

a summary of recent work and goals from the Kalapa Information Technology Group by John Smith  Having just prepared a follow-up summary report to the Kalapa IT Group’s report for the Sakyong in 2016, it seemed like a good idea to share some of this information with readers ... continue
Posted July 4, 2017 by CGH


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