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Jul 31
Friday

People of Color Scholarship Fund

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IMG_2623_70[1]COLUMN: Enlightened Society Celebrates Diversity

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the People of Color Scholarship Fund (POC) Leadership Awards
Part One of Three

article and photos by Mabinti Dennis

In this first article, you will find a brief history of the development of the awards. Next time you will read individual stories of some practitioners who have received funds and how they are benefitting the Shambhala community. We will conclude with where the scholarship is today and how we can continue to serve the community in the future. We are delighted to have this opportunity to discuss this with the community and to provide information so that you will spread the word through our mandala. Continue…

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Social Presencing Theater
Social Presencing Theater – HIGHLIGHT
4 responses - Posted 07.27.15
A Shambhala Art Form for Social Change A Look at the Training Offered by Acharya Arawana Hayashi article by Maria Patten with Shastri Sandra Ladley This conversation addresses applications of Shambhala Art in social change work today. “Arawana’s work carried a deep meaning for me and the way I ...continue
Our Money Mind
Our Money Mind – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 07.22.15
miksang image by Charles BlackhallCOLUMN: Shambhala Economics Welcome to Shambhala Economics, a column in the Shambhala Times where we publish articles on uplifted ways to view and engage in the economic side of life. Layth Matthews who is a long time student of Shambhala Buddhism and author ...continue
Meditation
Meditation – HIGHLIGHT
3 responses - Posted 07.20.15
Dharma Teaching by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche We sometimes forget how the Buddhist teachings came into being. We forget why the Buddha left his father’s palace. Dissatisfied with maintaining an illusion, he wanted to understand his life—and life itself. Just like the Buddha, most of us also would like ...continue
An "All Day" Grin
An “All Day” Grin – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 07.19.15
The Shambhala Times is delighted to announce joyful felicitations on the marriage between Koos de Boer and Nicolette de Hoop, neighbors of Dechen Choling in Sainte-Marie-de-Vaux, France. report from Maggie Lewis It’s hard to know how to describe perfection, but you just know it when you witness it. ...continue
Radical Availability
Radical Availability – HIGHLIGHT
no responses - Posted 07.17.15
miksangCOLUMN: Radical Compassion Interview with Adam Bucko conducted by Cameron Wenaus of Retreat.Guru and Sarah Lipton, Editor-in-Chief of the Shambhala Times transcribed by Emma Sartwell and written by J.R. Gilness, both editorial volunteers from Naropa University Naropa University celebrated their 40th year last autumn by assembling some of the ...continue
The Economics of a Global Self-Interest
The Economics of a Global Self-Interest – HIGHLIGHT
4 responses - Posted 06.22.15
COLUMN: Shambhala Economics Welcome to Shambhala Economics, a column in the Shambhala Times where we publish articles on uplifted ways to view and engage in the economic side of life. Layth Matthews who is a long time student of Shambhala Buddhism and author of, “The Four Noble ...continue
Crowded by Beauty
Crowded by Beauty – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 06.21.15
The Poet is Profound. The Poet is a Jester. Interview with Acharya David Schneider by Valerie Lorig written and edited by J. R. Gilness When author David Schneider was a fledgling student of Zen, he and his cohorts celebrated the end of retreat with a picnic at the crest ...continue
Devotion and Crazy Wisdom
Devotion and Crazy Wisdom – HIGHLIGHT
3 responses - Posted 06.18.15
Reviewing the New Release of Devotion and Crazy Wisdom: Teachings on the Sadhana of Mahamudra Available through Shambhala Media written by Frank Ryan In 1963 Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche received a Spaulding scholarship to attend Oxford University. Sailing from Bombay to Tilbury aboard the P&O Line he immersed himself into ...continue
The Field of Stillness
The Field of Stillness – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 06.15.15
Photo courtesy of Jennifer HolderCOLUMN: Dharma Teachings by Roger Guest There are many ways to ground ourselves in presence. We might walk slowly and mindfully, meditate on the breath, focus on sensations within the body or place our attention on an object in the environment. Some might be ...continue
The Conscientious Machen
The Conscientious Machen – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 06.12.15
COLUMN: Dispatches from the Kalapa Court Kitchen This is Part Two of an interview with Machen Corps Commander Michael Weiss about his experience serving in the Kalapa Court and as a Machen. Click here to read Part One. Can a Machen make anything they want for the Sakyong and his ...continue
Buddhist Economics 090
Buddhist Economics 090 – HIGHLIGHT
no responses - Posted 06.09.15
NEW COLUMN: Shambhala Economics Welcome to Shambhala Economics, a column in the Shambhala Times where we publish articles on uplifted ways to view and engage in the economic side of life. Layth Matthews who is a long time student of Shambhala Buddhism and author of, “The Four ...continue
The Practice of Peaceful Abiding
The Practice of Peaceful Abiding – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 06.08.15
Dharma Teaching by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche Preparing to Practice Taming our mind through shamatha meditation, or “peaceful abiding,” is the most important thing we can do. Through peaceful abiding, we learn to rest fearlessly in our natural state, which is basic goodness. We experience basic goodness when we relax ...continue
Transformative Leadership
Transformative Leadership – HIGHLIGHT
no responses - Posted 06.01.15
Heather’s stack of program readingCOLUMN: In Everyday Life An Interview with Heather Scott Heather Scott, former Director of Shambhala Online chats with Dan Glenn of the Shambhala Times about her experience in the Transformative Studies PhD program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Could you begin by telling us ...continue
The Fourth Karma and the Painful Point
The Fourth Karma and the Painful Point – HIGHLIGHT
8 responses - Posted 05.31.15
Protea,COLUMN: Dispatches from the Front Lines by Shastri Jennifer Woodhull Dispatches from the Front Lines is a bimonthly column initiated by Shastri Jennifer Woodhull of Cape Town, South Africa. It’s intended to open up dialogue concerning the conflicts dogging Shambhala groups and centers all over the world. So far, ...continue


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