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Setting up a Home Shrine

Setting up a Home Shrine – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice by Sumner Bradley, long time employee at Samadhi Cushions To begin with, if you don’t have a shrine, that’s fine. You want to have a space that’s clean, uncluttered, and uplifted. Having dirty socks or old magazines lying around is a distraction and a weight ... continue
Posted December 4, 2018 by alexandra_kalinine
A Good Salon

A Good Salon – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice A Window into the Playful Space of Cultural Engagement at the Bellingham, WA Shambhala Center article by Zoey Moyle Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche has been strongly encouraging the Shambhala community to actively live the culture of kindness. Outside the formal practice container of retreats, however, we need ... continue
Posted September 26, 2015 by
Méditation: 10 raisons de NE PAS pratiquer

Méditation: 10 raisons de NE PAS pratiquer

La pratique correcte… vue autrement ! Par Acharya Michael Greenleaf première publication de cet article dans Samadhi Cushions Ces jours-ci, tout le monde parle des raisons de pratiquer la pleine conscience. Et qu’en est-il des raisons pour lesquelles la méditation est une mauvaise idée ? D’après ma propre expérience, voici 10 ... continue
Posted May 5, 2015 by Dan
Meditation: 10 Reasons NOT to Do It

Meditation: 10 Reasons NOT to Do It – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice…on it’s head! guest article by Acharya Michael Greenleaf originally published on Samadhi Cushions These days, everyone’s talking about the reasons to practice mindfulness. What about the reasons that make meditating a bad idea? Below, from my own experience, are 10 reasons NOT to practice sitting meditation: ... continue
Posted December 31, 2014 by
Do You Have a Windhorse Ally?

Do You Have a Windhorse Ally? – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice by Emma Cataford and Geoff Cox, Boston, MA Here’s a common struggle for anyone who has tried to establish a regular meditation practice: how do I motivate myself to sit consistently? Developing discipline is central to a meditator’s experience; some people are naturally organized, others ... continue
Posted October 6, 2014 by
Regard all Dharmas as Dreams

Regard all Dharmas as Dreams – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice by Gordon Shotwell, Toronto, ON As long as I can remember my family had a set of lojong cards on our mantelpiece. I remember reading “Don’t transfer the ox’s load to the cow” and “Regard all dharmas as dreams” as I walked by without the ... continue
Posted April 9, 2014 by
Mamos Clarified

Mamos Clarified – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice The following article is a compilation from various sources of the practices of the days preceding Shambhala Day. by Oscar Garcia, St. Johnsbury, Vermont March 2, 2014 is the beginning of a new Tibetan (lunar) year, the year of the Wood Horse. The first day of ... continue
Posted February 19, 2014 by
The Life and Times...of Votive Candles

The Life and Times…of Votive Candles – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice Not too long ago, the Shambhala Times had an article by Gordon Shotwell about tips for memorizing. To share these “good practices,” we decided to make it a quarterly column. We would love to hear from you about your tips for good practice! ... continue
Posted January 8, 2014 by
How to Memorize

How to Memorize – HIGHLIGHT

Introducing a New Column: Good Practice by Gordon Shotwell Human beings used to have prodigious powers of memory and recitation. Prior to the printing press, the only way to effectively preserve anything on a large scale was to learn it by heart. The time spent memorizing a text was ... continue
Posted October 30, 2012 by


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