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Sangha Conversations on Aging

Sangha Conversations on Aging – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Aging in Shambhala Updates from Boulder, Halifax and New York compiled by Andrea Sherman and David Whitehorn This article is an introduction to three active Shambhala centers that are cultivating support at the local level for the increasing numbers of older Shambhalians. Never before have so many people ... continue
Posted May 11, 2012 by
On Aging: Let Things Flow

On Aging: Let Things Flow – HIGHLIGHT

The wisdom of Ann Cason article by David Whitehorn This is the third in an ongoing series of articles on Aging in Shambhala. The first consisted of remarks by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche on aging (click here), the second examined a Shambhala ‘Statement on Aging’ (click here). This ... continue
Posted March 14, 2012 by
A Conversation on Aging

A Conversation on Aging – HIGHLIGHT

This is the second is a series of articles on Aging in Shambhala. Read the first article if you missed it: Aging in Englightened Society. — A Statement on Aging was adopted by the Shambhala Congress held in November 2009. That document (click here to read it) was ... continue
Posted January 15, 2012 by
Aging in Enlightened Society

Aging in Enlightened Society – HIGHLIGHT

Introducing a NEW MONTHLY COLUMN in the Shambhala Times: AGING IN ENLIGHTENED SOCIETY We are all getting older. Moment by moment, day by day, year by year, decade by decade we experience the unfolding of the aging process. This column, initiated by the Shambhala Working Group on Aging, ... continue
Posted November 22, 2011 by


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