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Money on the Path

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Using the principles of Shambhala to uplift our finances

by Joanne Martin Braun

Money can be a challenging topic in our lives. It can be even more challenging if we relate to it as if money and livelihood are somehow outside of our spiritual practice. But the Shambhala teachings are meant to inform all parts of our daily lives, from the profound to the practical. And indeed they can be extremely helpful in showing us how to relax and bring wisdom into our finances. Continue…

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Diving into Diversity

Diving into Diversity – HIGHLIGHT

miksangCOLUMN: Enlightened Society Celebrates Diversity Announcing a new series of online talks by Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown article by Amanda Hester, Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent For a long while now the Diversity Awareness Working Group has been active within Shambhala. This is a group of committed, experienced and informed community ... continue
Posted November 8, 2013 by
On Grumpiness

On Grumpiness – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Times Updates from the Inside Out Editor’s Column by Sarah Lipton Shambhala Times Editor-in-chief It’s a grumpy time of year, for me anyway. It’s raining, the leaves have fallen, the kale is wilting in the garden, and the skies are mostly grey. I sigh, breathe out and feel some ... continue
Posted November 1, 2013 by Sarah
A Warrior's Send-off

A Warrior’s Send-off – HIGHLIGHT

Last Friday saw the Sukhavati and Cremation Ceremony for Kanjuro Shibata Sensei XX. Warriors gathered at 7am at the Boulder Shambhala Center for a moving Sukhavati. The shrine room was full, and there was surprise among the gathering when Johnny Cash came over the sound system, ... continue
Posted October 28, 2013 by
Warrior Tribute to Onyumishi Kanjuro Shibata XX

Warrior Tribute to Onyumishi Kanjuro Shibata XX – HIGHLIGHT

Shibata Sensei as a young man in JapanThe Shambhala Times offers this Warrior Tribute to the great Kyudo Master Onyumishi Kanjuro Shibata XX who passed away peacefully on October 21st at the age of 92 in Boulder. His wife Carolyn was with him at their home. ... continue
Posted October 24, 2013 by
Discovering the Land of Great Bliss

Discovering the Land of Great Bliss – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Center News & Updates In keeping with the Sakyong’s request that we “turn the flower outwards”, Dechen Choling, Shambhala retreat center in France, has been increasing its efforts to be accessible to the community at its doorstep. Read more to find out how they’ve been doing ... continue
Posted October 4, 2013 by
Allowing Simplicity

Allowing Simplicity – HIGHLIGHT

Vermont foliage, by Sarah LiptonShambhala Times Updates from the Inside Out Editor’s Column by Sarah Lipton Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief It’s a tender time of transition. Children are back at school and probably beginning to stew in the thick of new learning. In the northern hemisphere, it’s getting colder, and in ... continue
Posted October 1, 2013 by Sarah
Occupy Spirituality

Occupy Spirituality – HIGHLIGHT

A Radical Vision for a New Generation by Adam Bucko and Mathew Fox interview by Amanda Hester, Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent Amanda: I was struck by your description of “spiritual warriorship”. This is particularly resonant with Shambhala. Matthew: It is nice to hear a woman respond to that language. ... continue
Posted September 27, 2013 by
Message from the Front

Message from the Front – HIGHLIGHT

Report from a Dorje Kasung Regional Encampment held at Karme Choling by Trident Regional Commander Tara Halwes, Kado It was mid-September, and very rainy. We were almost thirty people, residing up on the hillside in the woods above Karme Choling. The mini-encampment was fantastic and extremely rough. It ... continue
Posted September 26, 2013 by
Politicians train in Mindfulness

Politicians train in Mindfulness – HIGHLIGHT

A Round-up of Events at London’s Awake in the World Festival article and video by President Richard Reoch Politicians being trained in mindfulness? It’s not a wild dream. It’s happening in Britain’s House of Commons and House of Lords and may be extended to the country’s parliamentary civil ... continue
Posted September 16, 2013 by Richard_Reoch
Sun Camper steals hearts at London event

Sun Camper steals hearts at London event – HIGHLIGHT

Flashmob outdoor meditationReport from the Ground of Awake in the World article by Shannon van Staden, Shambhala Times Reporter video by President Richard Reoch Among the many people who spoke on Day Three of London’s Awake in the World Festival, one of the most moving personal testimonies was from ... continue
Posted September 15, 2013 by
Reading "Hailstorm"

Reading “Hailstorm” – HIGHLIGHT

video by President Richard Reoch The Awake in the World Festival in London devoted it’s second day to Remembering Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. Among the many presenters was British actor Richard Hansell who offering a stunning reading of Trungpa Rinpoche’s poem, “Hailstorm”. Also titled, “In the North of the ... continue
Posted September 14, 2013 by
Gathering Goodness in NYC

Gathering Goodness in NYC – HIGHLIGHT

On a Weekend with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche in New York City by Naoko Kojima This coming November, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche will be traveling to New York City for a special and long-anticipated weekend program. The weekend event comes at a pivotal time as the Shambhala Meditation Center ... continue
Posted September 11, 2013 by
Investigating the Syria Crisis

Investigating the Syria Crisis – HIGHLIGHT

The article below is copied from the Huffington Post UK, and is President Richard Reoch’s final piece leading up to Awake in the World. How Much Shock and Awe Will it Take to Wake Us Up? by President Richard Reoch The debate about bombing Syria is, in part, about ... continue
Posted September 10, 2013 by Richard_Reoch
Back to School?

Back to School? – HIGHLIGHT

Market in Aix-en-Provence, southern France,Shambhala Times Updates from the Inside Out Editor’s Column by Sarah Lipton Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief In the northwestern hemisphere, summer is coming to a close. In northern Vermont, the trees have begun to flaunt hints of autumnal hues, the colors cascading rapidly towards their October denouement ... continue
Posted September 2, 2013 by Sarah
Breaking New Ground

Breaking New Ground – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Youth and Families by Laura Burnham, Los Angeles The third Sunday of every month is Family Sunday at SMCLA (Shambhala Meditation Center of Los Angeles). We have several family-oriented groups that meet simultaneously. One of these is designed for children between the ages of 3-12 to explore ... continue
Posted August 17, 2013 by

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