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The Myth of Disconnection

The Myth of Disconnection – HIGHLIGHT

Have we bought into the destructive myth of disconnection? Look inside yourself and be honest. by Sarah Lipton Listening to the news lately makes me think that our society believes in a rampant myth of disconnection. We believe so strongly that the “other” is bad, scary, no good, ... continue
Posted March 17, 2017 by CGH
Emailing Heads of Government

Emailing Heads of Government

See full article here that this list pertains to. This list includes all countries with Shambhala Centers or groups. If you know of a better email address for any of these heads of government, kindly inform Richard Reoch at [email protected] (A draft email for you to send or adapt is ... continue
Posted June 16, 2015 by
The Buddhists Who Are Speaking Out

The Buddhists Who Are Speaking Out – HIGHLIGHT

Rohingya boat migrants rescued in Indonesiaarticle by Richard Reoch, Personal Envoy of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche Buddhists in countries around the world are speaking out in an effort to rescue and protect tens of thousands of displaced people – many of them risking death in overcrowded boats – in ... continue
Posted June 16, 2015 by
Bodhisattva Chaplain

Bodhisattva Chaplain – HIGHLIGHT

Walking the Path of Buddhist Chaplaincy by Fay Octavia Elliott As earth and the other elements, together with space, Eternally provide sustenance in many ways for the countless sentient beings, So may I become sustenance in every way for sentient beings To the limits of space, until all have attained nirvāṇa. – ... continue
Posted June 8, 2012 by


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