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The Hill of Hua-Tzu

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Commentary on a poem expressing deep wisdom and compassion

by Noel McLellan

Hua-Tzu Hill

Wang: The birds fly away
into infinite space:
Over the whole mountain
returns the splendour of autumn.
Ascending and descending
Hua-tzu hill,
I feel
unbounded bewilderment and lamentation.

P’ei:    The sun sets,
The wind rises among the pines.
Returning home,
there is a little dew upon the grass.
The reflection of the clouds
falls into the tracks of my shoes,
The blue of the mountains
touches my clothes. Continue…

Entries filed under Arts and Poetry


Even If You Hide

Even If You Hide – HIGHLIGHT

New Work from the Sangha COLUMN: Poetry Space It’s been some time since we featured new work from our readers, so we’re really excited about the poems we received in the most recent set of submissions – so much so that we’re breaking our favorites into two sets ... continue
Posted April 18, 2014 by
What is Miksang Really?

What is Miksang Really? – HIGHLIGHT

Miksang image by April SiegfriedInvestigating Contemplative Photography article by Julie DuBose, Director of Miksang Institute photos by students of the Miksang Institute There are many people these days that feel a connection to contemplative photography, and it can be confusing and difficult for the aspiring contemplative photographer to clarify ... continue
Posted April 7, 2014 by
Nothing Happens and We Notice It

Nothing Happens and We Notice It – HIGHLIGHT

Contemplative Photography in Hawaii by Charles Blackhall Traveling from the middle of a Canadian winter to the sun-drenched shores of Hawaii is a welcome feast for the senses. Bright blue skies, fragrant tropical flowers, azure waters lap the shore. Our bare feet love sink into the warm sand. ... continue
Posted March 29, 2014 by
Shining Fragments of Play

Shining Fragments of Play – HIGHLIGHT

Shoes with candy, by Angela LloydCelebrating the Arts Upon Attending a Shambhala Art Intensive article by Allison Conant photos by Angela Lloyd I remember the weekend in shining fragments: pink and white Good and Plenty’s in Anne’s vintage red kitten-heel shoe, a sprinkling of bright green herbs on the floor, ... continue
Posted March 21, 2014 by
Chaos, Bewilderment and Being Pissed-off While Viewing Art

Chaos, Bewilderment and Being Pissed-off While Viewing Art – HIGHLIGHT

Steve Saitzyk Leading Contemplative Viewing Shambhala Art Field Trip to LACMA Today is Shambhala Art Day, which has been designated by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche to occur on the spring equinox. It is a day when the entire Shambhala community and friends are invited to celebrate art forms ... continue
Posted March 20, 2014 by
The Charm of Etegami

The Charm of Etegami – HIGHLIGHT

Celebrating the Arts Etegami: traditional Japanese art form involving postcards by Judy Bond, Pittsburgh Shambhala I was googling a recipe for pickled cherry blossoms for sushi and came across the blog of Debbie…..who runs the Etegami Fun Club on Facebook. Even though I am conversant with ikebana, haiku and ... continue
Posted March 17, 2014 by
The Path of Flowers

The Path of Flowers – HIGHLIGHT

Marcia Shibata doing a demonstrationThis March, Shambhala Times will be celebrating Shambhala and the Arts in honor of Shambhala Art Day, which is coming up on March 21st. In the coming month, we will be focusing on the various forms of art, artistic expression, and Shambhala ... continue
Posted March 15, 2014 by
Lungta: Finalists in the Windhorse Poetry Competition

Lungta: Finalists in the Windhorse Poetry Competition – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Times Poetry Space Editorial Board is pleased to present the Nine Finalists in the first ever Shambhala Day Poetry Contest From Philadelphia to Alaska, from Texas to Nova Scotia. From the Netherlands and South Africa. From Germany and Spain. Nearly eighty entries in the Sakyong’s inaugural Shambhala ... continue
Posted March 8, 2014 by
 Authentic Presence: Touching “The Thing in Itself”

Authentic Presence: Touching “The Thing in Itself” – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Poetry Space guest article by Frank Ryan This year Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche has announced the inaugural Shambhala Poetry Contest. The selected poem on Windhorse will be read aloud on Shambhala Day to the international community. This brings to the fore the potency of elevated speech, and poetry ... continue
Posted February 16, 2014 by
Flabbergasted Humility

Flabbergasted Humility – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Poetry Space Poetry Space offers a conversation. It offers understanding, an expression of meaning, and a forum for showcasing mindfulness in action. This regular column on the Shambhala Times is dedicated this. To that end, we’ve opened a group on the Shambhala Network with the hope ... continue
Posted January 24, 2014 by
Into Empty Space

Into Empty Space – HIGHLIGHT

Joy: mixed media on rice paper, mounted on canvas. 15 by 12 inches.Art that Reflects Feelings and Perceptions by Yeachin Tsai, Troy, NY Growing up in Taiwan, I was deeply influenced by traditional Chinese brush painting and calligraphy. I began to experiment with materials that partly characterize modern ... continue
Posted January 17, 2014 by
Becoming Marilyn Monroe

Becoming Marilyn Monroe – HIGHLIGHT

Alice as Marilyn,Last Summer I lived Twelve Hours as Marilyn Monroe by Alice Toohey, Los Angeles I did this on August 4, 2013 – the 51st anniversary of Marilyn’s death. I created a bedroom, inspired by photos of her various bedrooms in a performance space in Los ... continue
Posted January 6, 2014 by
Poetry Space

Poetry Space – HIGHLIGHT

Welcome to the first installment of Poetry Space on the Shambhala Times! by Jeff Fink, Column Host When we went to the sangha in early October with a request for original work from members, we had no idea what might arise. In point of fact, in the ... continue
Posted November 29, 2013 by
Pure Beauty: The Cosmos in a Vase

Pure Beauty: The Cosmos in a Vase – HIGHLIGHT

Celebrating Kalapa Ikebana teacher Seibi Watanabe Sensei on her 90th birthday article by Pam Rubin photos by Sarah Shima In a modest neighborhood of Montreal, an immaculately clean, jewel box of a house shelters a treasure of the Shambhala community: Seibi Watanabe Sensei. If you find yourself in her ... continue
Posted November 20, 2013 by

Can you suggest films for Shambhala Film Soirées?

I am inspired to start a Shambhala Film Soirée tradition in my home over the winter, inviting people to eat and drink together, and watch films that spark conversation about Shambhala vision. They can either communicate Shambhala principles directly, or sometimes expose setting sun mentality in an insightful ... continue
Posted October 21, 2013 by anna_weinstein

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