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Without Beginning or End, Part 3

Without Beginning or End, Part 3 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Heart Sutra, 2016, sumi ink on Chinese rice paper, 18×30 in V. The Time of Compassion This profound interconnection of all things is expressed in the Buddhist notion of dependent origination (pratīyasamutpāda).  This thesis that ... continue
Posted July 30, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 2

Without Beginning or End, Part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane III. Kinesis Hooked, 2017, acrylic on paper, 26×14 in Tsai’s lines—whether circular or straight—move.  While literally static on the paper, they contain within them the energy of the artist’s gesture as they endlessly redraw themselves before ... continue
Posted July 28, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 1

Without Beginning or End, Part 1 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal work of Shambhalian and artist Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Contentment of Mr. Orange, 2015, acrylic on paper mounted on canvas, 14×14 in “The circle…is the synthesis of the greatest oppositions. …it points most clearly to the fourth dimension.” (1) —Vassily Kandinsky I. ... continue
Posted July 26, 2017 by CGH
Tiger Dancing with Flowers

Tiger Dancing with Flowers – HIGHLIGHT

Portland hosts a new series celebrating the Path of Appreciation in Dharma Arts: Tiger Dharma Arts Salon by Abbey Pleviak Tonight the Dharma Arts Council hosted our first Four Dignities Dharma Art Salon of the year, on the warrior quality of Tiger.  Societal Health and Wellbeing Director Mark ... continue
Posted January 26, 2017 by CGH
First Thought, Best Thought

First Thought, Best Thought – HIGHLIGHT

Sometimes interesting coincidences happen…. by Michelle Welch I was browsing the Phoenix Shambhala Twitter feed and came across this photo posting from Lion’s Roar: The photographer included this comment: “In this monochromatic moment, as birds take flight, dark lines dissolve into textures. It’s a rich example of fresh seeing.” continue
Posted June 23, 2016 by CGH
Place Your Thoughts Here, Part II

Place Your Thoughts Here, Part II – HIGHLIGHT

The second of two excerpts from Shambhalian Steven Saitzyk’s new dharma art book by Steven Saitzyk Place Your Thoughts Here (Version 2), by Steven Saitzyk “Just be here now.” This is advice many of us have heard. Intuitively, we know our landing place has everything to do with being ... continue
Posted June 13, 2016 by CGH
Place Your Thoughts Here, Part I

Place Your Thoughts Here, Part I – HIGHLIGHT

The first of two excerpts from Shambhalian Steven Saitzyk’s new dharma art book. by Steven Saitzyk Things are not difficult to make; what is difficult is putting ourselves in the state of mind to make them. ~ Constantin Brancusi “My creative process is a meditation.” I have heard this statement often. ... continue
Posted June 12, 2016 by CGH
Dharma Art and the Yearly Festivals

Dharma Art and the Yearly Festivals – HIGHLIGHT

by the Dharma Art Guild of New York Jack Niland, Allison Pepper, Andrew Forbes, and Andi Nyiradi article edited by Andrew Forbes photos by Caitlin Strom The basic elements of cultural importance are the preservation of traditional ceremonies, rituals and festivals. As we can see in living traditions today, like ... continue
Posted March 8, 2013 by
Shambhala Music-Making: Second Movement

Shambhala Music-Making: Second Movement – HIGHLIGHT

A Story in 2 Movements by Madeline Bruser David’s Story Sometimes a musician is ready for a major breakthrough. David came to my weeklong summer program at Karme Choling hoping to rediscover the joy he used to feel in playing the viola. Twenty years ... continue
Posted February 28, 2013 by
Shambhala Music-Making: Joining Two Lineages

Shambhala Music-Making: Joining Two Lineages – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: In Everyday Life In which we visit with Shambhala practitioners from all walks of life to hear stories about their life, livelihood and how their meditation practice permeates their everyday experience. In this story, presented in two movements, as it were, we find out about the path ... continue
Posted February 24, 2013 by
Rendezvous with Impermanence

Rendezvous with Impermanence – HIGHLIGHT

Celebrating Shambhala and the Arts Two artists – Massimo Guerrera and Sylvie Cotton – share their creative process and expression with us. Both are Shambhala practitioners and long-time trained artists. Their art is inspired by their practice of meditation and the path of embodying creativity. In these two ... continue
Posted March 23, 2012 by


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