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At the Crossroads

At the Crossroads – HIGHLIGHT

As Buddhists, should we avoid the aggression and confusion of politics, becoming islands of peace? by Daniel Phillips At my family’s Thanksgiving dinner, some of us were sympathetic with white supremacist views, some were appalled, and some wanted to not make any waves.  Some were Evangelical Christians who ... continue
Posted December 4, 2016 by CGH
Turning Towards Conflict...

Turning Towards Conflict… – HIGHLIGHT

…with Fearless Compassion article by Ann McKnight Later this month, at the end of June, the Washington DC Shambhala Center will join with the Baltimore Shambhala Center to present a weekend workshop on Restorative Circles, a powerful process for working with conflict or trauma. Ann McKnight will lead ... continue
Posted June 13, 2014 by
Uplifted Speech in our Communities

Uplifted Speech in our Communities – HIGHLIGHT

A Proposal Towards Creating Enlightened Conversation by Greg Heffron I travel through Shambhala teaching mindful communication. In programs through last few years, I’ve met sangha from Miami, Florida to Vancouver, British Columbia, from Birmingham, Alabama to Berkeley, California. Everywhere I’ve gone, teaching Acharya Susan Chapman’s Five Keys to ... continue
Posted June 22, 2013 by
Announcing the New 2.0 Shambhala Center Website System

Announcing the New 2.0 Shambhala Center Website System – HIGHLIGHT

“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 ... continue
Posted August 2, 2012 by Travis_May
Cultivating Genuine Dialogue

Cultivating Genuine Dialogue – HIGHLIGHT

This is the first in a series of articles by senior Shambhala teachers invited to share their personal impressions of the Way of Shambhala curriculum. Thanks to Jim Northcote of Kootenay Shambhala Centre for creating this series. By Susan Chapman In the fall of 2008, when I ... continue
Posted November 19, 2010 by
Staying in the Loop: the Story of Shambhala Journalism

Staying in the Loop: the Story of Shambhala Journalism

“communication … n. 1a the act of imparting, esp. news.  b an instance of this.  c the information etc. communicated.  2 a means of connecting different places, such as a door, passage, road, or railway.  3 social intercourse (it was difficult to maintain communication in the ... continue
Posted March 1, 2009 by
Buddhism and Nonviolent Communication

Buddhism and Nonviolent Communication

Written for the Dot by Jason Leslie Openness is not a matter of giving something to someone else, but it means giving up your demand and the basic criteria of the demand … It is learning to trust in the fact that you do not need to ... continue
Posted January 31, 2009 by


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