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Aug 02

Announcing the New 2.0 Shambhala Center Website System

Filed underMandala Projects

“As the Webmaster of Shambhala South Africa, I’m thrilled with the new website you have created for us. It is streets ahead of the previous version in both functionality and appearance — and I haven’t even scraped the surface of what is possible with the WordPress CMS.” – Patrick Madden-South Africa Shambhala Center

New Header for Shambhala Websites

During these past years a great deal of thought and effort have gone into ways to further unify and strengthen Shambhala’s Information Technology (IT) infrastructure. The Shambhala Database, the unified password project, Shambhala Times and the Shambhala Network are examples of the work that has been done.

Now Shambhala websites will be undergoing fundamental changes too. These changes will assist us in presenting ourselves to the world in a consistent fashion, both visually and from the standpoint of content and messaging. Continue…

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Update on Shambhala Mountain Center
no responses - Posted 07.25.12
The following update on Shambhala Mountain Center is from Executive Director Michael Gayner. Dear Friends, With the containment of the High Park fire, the staff have all returned to Shambhala Mountain Center. Over the past month, we were evacuated, some re-evacuated with the fires in Boulder; ...continue
Interview with Sergeant Paul Kendel
Interview with Sergeant Paul Kendel – HIGHLIGHT
2 responses - Posted 06.04.12
Interview with Paul M. Kendel (SSG Ret.), M.A. ~ author of Walking the Tiger’s Path: A Soldier’s Spiritual Journey in Iraq, the book chronicling a military deployment in Iraq, experiences of doubt and disillusionment, and eventual introduction to and connection with the Shambhala Buddhist teachings by Shambhala ...continue
ShambhalaNews.org: Turning Outward
ShambhalaNews.org: Turning Outward – HIGHLIGHT
no responses - Posted 05.19.12
article by Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent Travis May The newest member of the online Shambhala family is ShambhalaNews.org, a website specifically oriented to the non-Shambhala community. This is not to say that the content of the new website would be of no interest to Shambhala members, but ...continue
Appeasing the Mamos
Appeasing the Mamos – HIGHLIGHT
1 response - Posted 02.13.12
by Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent Travis May Yesterday I sat down for an early dinner with my meditation instructor, the world-famous Shambhalian Will Ryken, after a nice two hour practice session at our center in St. Petersburg, Florida. As one of the original Dorje Kasung (and recently ...continue
Dathun - A Narrative
Dathun – A Narrative – HIGHLIGHT
4 responses - Posted 10.18.11
by Travis May I am awakened by the blinding light of the sun. What good are see-through curtains? The powerful rays fill the room with a life-force that implores one to get out of bed. It’s 6:30am. I roll out of bed with the calm clarity that ...continue
Being Brave:  A Sangha's Retreat & Moving Forward
Being Brave: A Sangha’s Retreat & Moving Forward
1 response - Posted 08.19.11
Last week around 900 people gathered in Shambhala’s capital city of Halifax, Nova Scotia to participate in a historic sangha retreat led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Pema Chodron, and Acharya Adam Lobel. The sangha retreat is a week-long meditation program (weekthun) that was created to give ...continue
Transforming Society - Not Spreading "Dharma-lade"
Transforming Society – Not Spreading “Dharma-lade” – HIGHLIGHT
6 responses - Posted 08.01.11
by Travis May Over 150 seminarians, staff, and local guests squeezed into the the main shrine hall at Karme Choling this month as the Kongma Sakyong, Jamgon Mipham Rinpoche, gave profound and practical teachings to the assembly gathered for the first ever Vajrayana Seminary at Karme Choling. ...continue
Mythology and Everyday Life
Mythology and Everyday Life
3 responses - Posted 07.28.11
I’ve been wondering lately what Joseph Campbell would think of Shambhala Buddhism. He attributed many of the problems we face today, particularly our disconnect from nature and the resultant chaos & confusion found in our global society, to a lack of a working mythology. ...continue

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