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Bravery and Basic Goodness

Bravery and Basic Goodness – HIGHLIGHT

An excerpt from the book Basic Sobriety: Shambhala Buddhism and the Twelve Steps by Eric Rainbeau Sitting with ourselves is the beginning of learning bravery, of learning to be with ourselves and the world without deception. This is the same bravery as learning to be in the world ... continue
Posted November 29, 2017 by CGH
Grandfather Yoga

Grandfather Yoga – HIGHLIGHT

Musings on aging, youth, and the practice of yoga by Larry Barnett When I was eight both of my grandfathers were sixty, which in 1956 actually was old. They were already stoop-shouldered, and mostly liked to sit shirtless in lawn chairs in the hot sun for hours, smeared ... continue
Posted November 27, 2017 by CGH
We Need to Talk

We Need to Talk – HIGHLIGHT

by Jacqueline Larson A couple weeks ago I was cleaning my office and listening to CBC’s Q. Tom Power was interviewing comedian and podcaster Marc Maron on what makes up a good interview. I wasn’t familiar with Maron but when he spoke about the depth of observations and ... continue
Posted November 25, 2017 by CGH
Life is a Ceremony

Life is a Ceremony – HIGHLIGHT

Contemplating the power and meaning of our everyday rituals by Susan Firer “Life is a ceremony” says Chogyam Trungpa.  Sakyong Mipham discusses this in the eighth chapter of his book “The Shambhala Principle.” According to the Sakyong: “Through our view, contemplation, and activity, every day we are transforming commonly ... continue
Posted November 23, 2017 by CGH
Contemplating the Think Tank

Contemplating the Think Tank – HIGHLIGHT

Part Four of a four-part series sharing the experiences of participants in the first ever Shambhala Social Engagement Think Tank, held October 12-15 at Sky Lake Shambhala Meditation and Retreat Center by Alexandria Barnes, Assistant to Director of Office of Social Engagement, Chicago, Illinois To address a critical mass in ... continue
Posted November 21, 2017 by CGH
Sakyong Performing Pujas for Shambhala December 9–10

Sakyong Performing Pujas for Shambhala December 9–10

On December 9th and 10th, the Kongma Sakyong will perform two pujas, or intensive practices, for the benefit of Shambhala and the world. For this season’s pujas, he has again selected practices that members of the community have a relationship with: Kurukulla, a practice renowned for ... continue
Posted November 21, 2017 by Walker Blaine
Think Tank Reflections

Think Tank Reflections – HIGHLIGHT

Part Three of a four-part series sharing the experiences of participants in the first ever Shambhala Social Engagement Think Tank, held October 12-15 at Sky Lake Shambhala Meditation and Retreat Center by Ashley Hodson, Director Boston Shambhala Center, Boston, Massachusetts I appreciate this opportunity to talk about my experience at ... continue
Posted November 19, 2017 by CGH
Winter Pujas

Winter Pujas – HIGHLIGHT

The Sakyong to Perform Kurukulla and Vajrakilaya Pujas for Shambhala on December 9–10 by Walker Blaine On December 9th and 10th, the Kongma Sakyong will perform two pujas, or intensive practices, for the benefit of Shambhala and the world. For this season’s pujas, he has again selected practices ... continue
Posted November 17, 2017 by CGH
Think Tank: One of Many Voices

Think Tank: One of Many Voices – HIGHLIGHT

Part Two of a four-part series sharing the experiences of participants in the first ever Shambhala Social Engagement Think Tank, held October 12-15 at Sky Lake Shambhala Meditation and Retreat Center by Tuyet Cullen, Director Madison Shambhala Center, Madison, WI I must do internal preparation before I enter Shambhala spaces. ... continue
Posted November 16, 2017 by CGH
Think Tank: Four Voices

Think Tank: Four Voices – HIGHLIGHT

Part One of a four-part series sharing the experiences of participants in the first ever Shambhala Social Engagement Think Tank, held October 12-15 at Sky Lake Shambhala Meditation and Retreat Center by Shastri Charlene Leung, Chairperson of the Shambhala International Diversity Working Group Perhaps “Embody, Feel, & Be Tank” more ... continue
Posted November 14, 2017 by CGH
Dispelling the Myth of "They"

Dispelling the Myth of “They” – HIGHLIGHT

A story about Growing Brave through discovering inherent wisdom by Leslie Gossett There is so much sadness and longing in creating good human society. We feel the potential. Yet we also feel how distant this possibility might seem. I’ve been involved in Shambhala leadership for a few years: from ... continue
Posted November 12, 2017 by CGH
Seattle Conversations and Connections

Seattle Conversations and Connections – HIGHLIGHT

Inclusion movement fueled by radical compassion by Andrea D’Asaro Groups throughout our Seattle community are engaging in challenging conversations and connections around diversity and implicit bias, with the goal of healing collectively through mindfulness and insight.  The book Radical Dharma is the touchstone of these efforts.  Lead author ... continue
Posted November 10, 2017 by CGH
Karmapa Summer

Karmapa Summer – HIGHLIGHT

My journey with the 17th Karmapa’s first Canada tour by Sora Wei  The autumn chill is filling the air, and leaves are falling to the ground; the vivid red of the leaves reminds me of my journey traveling to see the Karmapa for the first time. The Karma ... continue
Posted November 8, 2017 by CGH
What is Suffering?

What is Suffering? – HIGHLIGHT

Some thoughts on suffering, in the Buddhist tradition and in the Shambhala teachings by Larry Steele   It is said that the Buddha gave his first teachings at Deer Park, near what is now known as Varanasi, India. There, after years of searching and contemplation, he presented the four ... continue
Posted November 5, 2017 by CGH
More Money, Mind, and Meditation

More Money, Mind, and Meditation – HIGHLIGHT

Part two of a two-part interview with Shastri Matthew Lyon about how the Shambhala spiritual path works with financial success  Q: Is there an aspect of meditation related to receiving generosity?  A: Yes, that’s one of the themes of the Money, Mind and Meditation course. The theme that generosity ... continue
Posted November 3, 2017 by CGH


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