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Covid–19 and the Color Red: On Contemplative  Mind

Covid–19 and the Color Red: On Contemplative Mind – HIGHLIGHT

by John McQuade During this period of the covid-19 event , with its emphasis on social isolation, I have engaged more than usual the contemplative practices of Nalanda Miksang contemplative photography. Through these practices, I realize that contemplative mind is completely free of covid-19 and more decisively ... continue
Posted November 26, 2020 by archives-staff
Residency Helps KCL Close the Budget Gap

Residency Helps KCL Close the Budget Gap – HIGHLIGHT

KCL Director Betsy Railla blesses the offering during a lhasang for new residents. By Mike de Give Karmê Chöling has lowered its monthly deficit substantially by following through on plans to host a Residency program, a financial snapshot compiled last week shows. “Residency has reduced a $10,000 deficit per ... continue
Posted November 9, 2020 by archives-staff
Mudra Musings: Its Reasons and Its Beings

Mudra Musings: Its Reasons and Its Beings – HIGHLIGHT

by Vicky Moyle   Chaos and Vastness Mudra’s connection to a sense of chaos is very interesting.  A system is called chaotic if small changes in the initial conditions at some initial time lead to large differences at some later time.  That seems to very much apply to a ... continue
Posted October 13, 2020 by archives-staff
Mudra: A Tool for Chaos

Mudra: A Tool for Chaos – HIGHLIGHT

By Craig Warren Smith “Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news…Chaos is the great space of emptiness that occurs before genesis. … This space provides an opportunity to reconnect with what lies under the chaos and negativity — inherent awakened nature. Another way chaos is good ... continue
Posted September 11, 2020 by archives-staff
Advice for Doing a COVID Retreat

Advice for Doing a COVID Retreat – HIGHLIGHT

Photo by Ricardo Gomez Angel on Unsplash By Shastri Russell Rodgers, in Nelson, B.C., Canada “Self-isolating” sounds a lot like being on retreat. It could be very boring. But maybe you’ve finally had your fill of Netflix. Maybe there are times in the day when you feel like ... continue
Posted May 12, 2020 by archives-staff
Transitioning to Zoom

Transitioning to Zoom – HIGHLIGHT

By Craig Sargent When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens Due to COVID-19, we closed our Center in Lexington KY on March 14th. Broken hearted, we purchased a Zoom Pro account later that day, and began our transition to Zoom. We held our first Council meeting in Zoom ... continue
Posted April 6, 2020 by archives-staff
Zoom tutorials from SMCLA

Zoom tutorials from SMCLA

SMCLA has recently started exploring online programming and they would like to share their experiences in this youtube playlist in the hope that it will inspire others to try also. The journey so far has been eventful and they are cautiously moving forward. The SMCLA Sangha ... continue
Posted April 2, 2020 by archives-staff
COVID-19 Resources on the Shambhala Times

COVID-19 Resources on the Shambhala Times – HIGHLIGHT

From the Editorial Team— Many resources have been shared by the Shambhala leadership and Community members to help us all through this moment of isolation and uncertainty. Your editorial team has gathered them together here so that this page can be a resource for everyone. We will ... continue
Posted April 2, 2020 by archives-staff
Staying Sane In Isolation During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Staying Sane In Isolation During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Photo by Natalia Figueredo on Unsplash By “Jackie Writing Jackie” The number of Covid-19 cases around the world has surpassed 872,000, leading governments to effect nationwide lockdowns to reduce the level of contagion. During this time, many people are surrounded by family. One of the hardest-hit groups, however, is ... continue
Posted April 2, 2020 by archives-staff
Letter from the Druk Sakyong Wangmo

Letter from the Druk Sakyong Wangmo – HIGHLIGHT

Office of the Druk Sakyong Wangmo Dearest Community Members, During this unprecedented time of difficulty, I have been thinking about all of you and wanted to reach out. I know that we are all struggling, in many different ways. Within my own family, I see that everyone has ... continue
Posted March 30, 2020 by archives-staff
COVID-19 — Community Care Message

COVID-19 — Community Care Message

Dear Shambhalians – We are living an unprecedented time of uncertainty, disruption, and stress. It seems that each day brings yet more difficult news. COVID-19 (known as the coronavirus) has brought isolation—both felt and real—as we all struggle, putting our lives on hold and using social distancing ... continue
Posted March 30, 2020 by archives-staff
Meditation and Connection in a Time of Isolation

Meditation and Connection in a Time of Isolation – HIGHLIGHT

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash by Gayle Van Gils I have been feeling more than a bit ungrounded and lonely…..  Being forced to stay home and away from other people seems so wrong.  Yet, here we are – in this together – feeling our way towards a ... continue
Posted March 28, 2020 by archives-staff
How to Stay Calm in the Face of Fear

How to Stay Calm in the Face of Fear – HIGHLIGHT

This article was originally posted by Sarah Lipton here. Tea with a T-Rex T-Rex is roaming the earth again. Wreaking havoc, causing disruption, up-ending the status quo. This time, it’s crowned in the form of COVID-19. A global pandemic. A local disaster. From my vantage point, the greater harm is ... continue
Posted March 15, 2020 by archives-staff


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