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Parinirvana Day at the Boulder Shambhala Center

Parinirvana Day at the Boulder Shambhala Center – HIGHLIGHT

article by Kaira Schachter photos by Shelly Webb Atop the main shrine, red roses floated in martini glasses filled with saffron water in a thoughtful row of extra offerings. Elegantly arranged ikebana decorated the shrines and the room was arranged for a feast. The Boulder Shambhala Center was ... continue
Posted April 10, 2014 by
A Guard Story

A Guard Story – HIGHLIGHT

Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche #4, 1974,Remembering Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche by Hudson Shotwell, Halifax, Nova Scotia July, 1976 I drove the Eggplant Express up Ninth Street to the Hill, parked and walked to the house for my shift. It was July, 1976. This afternoon we would be going to a friend’s ... continue
Posted April 5, 2014 by
Dream Soup

Dream Soup – HIGHLIGHT

Breakfast at the Kalapa Court, photo courtesy of Walter FordhamCOLUMN: Kitchen Wisdom Interview with Machen Shari Vogler by Judy Sachs-Sullivan I often wonder what Shambhala will look like 100 years from now. What form will it take? How will Shambhala Buddhism influence western culture? Will future Shambhalians look ... continue
Posted January 27, 2014 by
Release of "Windsong"

Release of “Windsong”

Silverwolf Records in cooperation with Ashe Records is proud to announce the North American release of ‘Windsong’ an album of songs by singer-songwriter and producer Rachel Faro.  Previously available only in Europe, this is the debut of a newly mastered, resequenced edition with ... continue
Posted September 5, 2009 by
Prendre acte de la mort

Prendre acte de la mort

par Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche Lorsque nous discutons de maladie physique ou men­tale, il faut reconnaître l’importance que nous accordons à notre sens de la survie. Nous voulons survivre et quand nous parlons de guérir, nous parlons en réalité de la manière de survivre. Vue sous un ... continue
Posted July 12, 2009 by

For the Vidyadhara

A poem by Steven Shippee, written on the Twenty-Second Parinirvana of the Vidyadhara, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche   Chokyi Gyatso, you are like a phone call in the middle of my favorite show, like a doorbell when I’m drifting off, like that falling dream that startles me awake in the middle of ... continue
Posted April 27, 2009 by Steven
Habitual Patterns by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

Habitual Patterns by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

Dear Sangha, In celebration of the Parinirvana of the Vidyadhara Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and in honor of his extraordinary, blazing and luminous mind, I’d like to make my yearly offering of a musical piece I wrote and recorded using his words from a 1979 Kalapa ... continue
Posted April 4, 2009 by
"How do you put the soap back in the dish?" and other short stories by Herb Elsky

“How do you put the soap back in the dish?” and other short stories by Herb Elsky

At a Los Angeles Dharma Art seminar 1980 Trungpa Rinpoche presented teachings about the connection between art and meditation practice.  After the talk there was the question and answer period. One woman raised her hand and said that she was a computer programmer but that what ... continue
Posted April 3, 2009 by
Love in Action: the Teacher's Milkmen

Love in Action: the Teacher’s Milkmen

Communicating the dharma in human language is a translation from the beginning. Realized beings point at the inexpressible essence through various means, transmissions, signs, dakini language and eventually human language. In addition, some translated already existing texts, as did, for instance, Vairochana, Marpa, and Chögyam Trungpa ... continue
Posted February 24, 2009 by

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