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May 27

Bringing the Shambhala Principle to Prison: Part 2

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refuge vowThe Prison Outreach Affinity Circle was started by Trime Persinger in 2013. On March 10, 2014, a conversation was hosted by Richard Reoch and Adela Sandness The conversation was recorded and transcribed following which the transcript was edited and divided into three parts. Following is Part Two of Three. Click here to read Part One.

Conversation participants: Shastri Henry Chapin, Kate Crisp, Acharya Fleet Maull, Margot Neuman, Trime Persinger, Nealy Zimmermann (Circle Facilitator), Cara Thornley

Part II:  “It is critical to see the basic goodness in the whole thing (prison system): to see the basic goodness in the prisoners, to see the basic goodness in the correctional officers, and to see the basic goodness in the system itself.”   Continue…

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1 response - Posted 05.16.15
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no responses - Posted 05.14.15
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1 response - Posted 05.11.15
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no responses - Posted 05.06.15
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no responses - Posted 05.05.15
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3 responses - Posted 05.03.15
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Wimberly Honored for Sustainability Work – HIGHLIGHT
no responses - Posted 05.02.15
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Bringing the Shambhala Principle to Prison – HIGHLIGHT
2 responses - Posted 05.01.15
The Prison Outreach Affinity Circle was started by Trime Persinger in 2013. The group had its first conference call in September of that year. Our main focus is to explore how our work in corrections is benefited by applying the Shambhala Principle to it. One benefit we felt was the ...continue

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