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Thank You for Building Karmê Chöling—Now Help Us Celebrate

Thank You for Building Karmê Chöling—Now Help Us Celebrate – HIGHLIGHT

Karmê Chöling, from the photo archive By Mike De Give Since Shambhala Day, there have been photos from the archives hanging on the walls here at Karme Choling. In the silence before the gong each morning, sometimes I’ll pick one out and study the grainy faces of sangha ... continue
Posted September 4, 2020 by archives-staff
Pilgrimage in Honor of Ashoka

Pilgrimage in Honor of Ashoka – HIGHLIGHT

By Joanna Francis Back in the times when borders were open, planes were flying and the Indian railways were still running, Tessa Watt and I made an intrepid journey to India to explore some of the more remote Buddhist sites.  We arrived in Bhubaneshwar in January in ... continue
Posted May 18, 2020 by archives-staff
A Hundred Years Later

A Hundred Years Later – HIGHLIGHT

Parliament of Hungary in Budapest,A Collaborative Article Chronicling the Cultural History around the Hungarian Shambhala Group in Budapest written by Acharya Matias Pongracz, Peter Nowak, Daniel Zoltan Boldog and Robert Potor The Hungarian Shambhala Group was founded three years ago in Budapest. Currently we have about ten active ... continue
Posted November 24, 2014 by
Ancestors, Investigated

Ancestors, Investigated – HIGHLIGHT

Charlemagne Equestrian statue 9th century, from www.shafe.co.ukWho might be considered the Western Ancestral Sovereigns of Shambhala? by Greg Lubkin, Los Angeles Some of my friends in Nova Scotia have been talking about the idea of Western Ancestral Sovereigns and wondering why there hasn’t been more written about that ... continue
Posted September 19, 2012 by
The Medicine Bow on Horseback, part 2

The Medicine Bow on Horseback, part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

[caption id=”attachment_28937″ align=”alignleft” width=”300″ >Click here to read part 1. The constant stiff wind during the day and hours of chores at our campsite allowed little time for conversation. Every morning after wake up began with a check on the horses, a campfire and breakfast for us ... continue
Posted February 3, 2012 by
The Medicine Bow on Horseback

The Medicine Bow on Horseback – HIGHLIGHT

[caption id=”attachment_28897″ align=”alignright” width=”215″ It was around the year 1980 when the Sakyong (who was then 18 and had the title of “Sawang”), John Cunningham and I got the idea to do something really western: we would ride horses through mountain wilderness. Both John and I ... continue
Posted February 1, 2012 by
The Once and Future King

The Once and Future King – HIGHLIGHT

Guest article on King Arthur and Enlightened Leadership by Gregory Lubkin, Director of the Shambhala Center of Los Angeles People yearn for a society based on fundamental human goodness, an enlightened society that is brave, compassionate, honest, wise, dignified, playful, and creative. A vital element of ... continue
Posted January 3, 2012 by
A History of Sustainability in Shambhala

A History of Sustainability in Shambhala – HIGHLIGHT

By David Wimberly In the Beginning The primordial genesis of Shambhala arose out of the ecology of Tibet, a particularly unforgiving and fierce environment.  Bon and even pre-Bon cultures recognized the need for balance in human existence with other life.  Dawa Sangpo brought to Tibet the Buddha’s teachings ... continue
Posted April 20, 2009 by

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