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The Nature of Community

The Nature of Community – HIGHLIGHT

An exploration of our deep connections to one another, and to our own compassionate hearts by Aaron de Long We might think of community as something external to our life, something extra. We have our car, our home, our job, and then we have our neighbors, our coworkers: ... continue
Posted November 22, 2018 by CGH
Farewell to the Marvelous Dhi Good

Farewell to the Marvelous Dhi Good

Eve Rosenthal, Dhi Good, and Heather Scott In 2012, after six years at the helm of our established, yet still fledgling, Shambhala Online, I was ready to retire and hand over the reins to the next generation of techno-savants, those visionaries who would play in the “big ... continue
Posted November 8, 2018 by Mark_Whaley
Tiny Home Community 2

Tiny Home Community 2 – HIGHLIGHT

Part 2 of a conversation with Silas Rose about Shambhala vision, tiny home dreams, and the practice of living in community by George Klima George. Let me go to the practical details: what would be an approximate budget? What do you see as a viable governance structure? Silas. In ... continue
Posted August 7, 2018 by CGH
Tiny Home Community 1

Tiny Home Community 1 – HIGHLIGHT

A conversation with Silas Rose about Shambhala vision, tiny home dreams, and the practice of living in community by George Klima Last summer Silas Rose, Director at the Victoria Shambhala Centre, sold his home of 15 years and bought a restored vintage airstream coach to try out tiny ... continue
Posted August 5, 2018 by CGH
Give It A Good Cry

Give It A Good Cry – HIGHLIGHT

Respecting our sadness by giving way to tears by Susie Cook I am a meditation practitioner, a mother, a wife, a friend, a daughter, a daughter-in-law, a teacher, a director, a gardener, a cook, a hiker, an artist, a walker, a smiler, a crier, and, yes, a crier. ... continue
Posted July 16, 2018 by
Beauty and Balance

Beauty and Balance – HIGHLIGHT

A goldfish pond creates a haven for nature, and also builds friendship and community by David Zurick The frogs discovered my goldfish pond on the first day I filled it with water. The pond hadn’t yet settled into the garden. Its rubber liner showed like an embarrassing exposure, ... continue
Posted September 29, 2017 by CGH
Unity in Northern California

Unity in Northern California – HIGHLIGHT

Northern California Shambhala Inc is born April First; Foolishness Ensues by Steve Schurkey With a few ink strokes, Northern California Shambhala Inc was born on April 1st. NCSI gathers the seven principal Shambhala centers of Northern California into one legal entity — San Francisco, Berkeley, Davis, Sonoma, Santa Rosa, ... continue
Posted April 27, 2017 by
Wealth and Community: Part I

Wealth and Community: Part I – HIGHLIGHT

An exploration of how wealth and prosperity are linked to community and openness by Layth Matthews Consciously or sub-consciously, wealth in our world is synonymous with legitimacy and success.  And yet, even material wealth is not just one thing. Is it higher net worth? or  higher income? And higher ... continue
Posted March 30, 2016 by CGH
Crowdfunding for Compassion

Crowdfunding for Compassion – HIGHLIGHT

St. John’s creates a legacy for long-time member Boyce Taylor by Debbie McGee Boyce Taylor was 52 years-old when he died from a heart attack on April 22, 2014. He was cycling to a family gathering when he felt dizzy, and sat down to rest on the sidewalk. A ... continue
Posted November 28, 2015 by McGeed
Looking at the Mind of Winter

Looking at the Mind of Winter – HIGHLIGHT

by Caroline DeMaio As the weather forecast for northeastern Vermont predicted temperatures near zero degrees, I continued to prepare for our two-day program at the St. Johnsbury Shambhala Center titled Extending Our Senses into the Winter: Rendezvous with the Unseen. Our leader, Bob Taylor, had given us ... continue
Posted February 16, 2015 by Dan
Doing and Not Doing

Doing and Not Doing

Recently the Shambhala Times published an article called “Is Shambhala Just for Seekers?” by Russell Rodgers. In it he characterized the Shambhala Buddhist path as a “ladder”. Over the years I’ve been involved in various Shambhala communities and have worked and practiced with a lot of people. ... continue
Posted August 29, 2014 by
The Silence is Broken

The Silence is Broken – HIGHLIGHT

Report from a recent program in Halifax: Community Solutions: Safety and Support for Women Regarding Sexual and Partner Violence article by Hamish Anderson The ongoing sexual abuse of children and women has become a forefront issue in North America. Public unease with issues such as paedophiles being protected ... continue
Posted August 3, 2014 by
Four Shambhalians become “new” Canadians in the Heart of Kalapa

Four Shambhalians become “new” Canadians in the Heart of Kalapa

On Tuesday morning July 8th, Shambhalians Dorothee Rosen, Hung-Yeh Peisinger, Charles Kalinsky, and Ron Renz took the oath of Canadian Citizenship before Judge Ann Janega in downtown Halifax. The lungta was palpable, and the room was abuzz with excitement as we joined with 44 other “new” ... continue
Posted July 17, 2014 by
Spirit of Chardhi Kala

Spirit of Chardhi Kala – HIGHLIGHT

Chardhi Kala, a key principle of the Sikh religion, describes a state of mind that does not allow negative emotions to overwhelm one’s outlook and actions. Instead, one cultivates a mind that is filled with joy and dignity. For Sikhs, this state of mind is a ... continue
Posted August 14, 2013 by
Maritime's First Regional Gathering

Maritime’s First Regional Gathering – HIGHLIGHT

by Jean Ahlgren, Fredericton, New Brunswick In May, Shastri Veit Weber accompanied by Vallie Stern, attended the 3 Pillar Leadership Training gathering with Sakyong Mipham at Karme Choling. Inspired by what they had learned and wanting to share this with others, they arranged to have a Canadian ... continue
Posted July 31, 2013 by


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