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Natural Flowers 2

Natural Flowers 2 – HIGHLIGHT

Part two of a three-part series exploring the broader meanings of ikebana  by Marcia Shibata, with guest editor Crystal Gandrud Many westerners shy from, even reject, the idea of hierarchy. It is irritating and threatening because the human world has seen so many examples of destructive human hierarchal leadership ... continue
Posted March 3, 2018 by CGH
Natural Flowers

Natural Flowers – HIGHLIGHT

Part one of a three-part series exploring the broader meanings of ikebana  by Marcia Shibata, with guest editor Crystal Gandrud Sometimes I’m asked why Shambhala Centers have Asian style flower arrangements. After all, we are in the west, right? We could make western arrangements much faster. We could copy ... continue
Posted March 1, 2018 by CGH
Kado: Being Quiet and Doing Something!

Kado: Being Quiet and Doing Something! – HIGHLIGHT

One of Marcia Shibata’s offeringsCOLUMN: Celebrating the Arts by Jacqueline Larson, Toronto, Ontario, Canada More than knowing a thing or two about flowers, Marcia Wang Shibata knows her own mind — but then, she’s been following the way of flowers for a long time. Ms. Shibata, a Master ... continue
Posted December 8, 2014 by
The Path of Flowers

The Path of Flowers – HIGHLIGHT

Marcia Shibata doing a demonstrationThis March, Shambhala Times will be celebrating Shambhala and the Arts in honor of Shambhala Art Day, which is coming up on March 21st. In the coming month, we will be focusing on the various forms of art, artistic expression, and Shambhala ... continue
Posted March 15, 2014 by
Kado – A milestone on the Way of Flowers

Kado – A milestone on the Way of Flowers – HIGHLIGHT

by Dagmar Waldau and May Isler The First Milestone: Kado Assemblies At the start, there were only a few people on the “Way of Flowers.” Over the years, these few created a trail and the trail became a little path. As a path has milestones, we can say ... continue
Posted March 4, 2013 by
Demonstration of Space, Form, and Energy

Demonstration of Space, Form, and Energy – HIGHLIGHT

In this video series, Marcia Shibata demonstrates the principles of the practice of flower arranging. At the recent Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles, Kado practitioner and teacher, Marcia Shibata did an Ikebana demonstration of the principles of Space, Form and Energy, which — in Ikebana ... continue
Posted January 25, 2010 by Steven Saitzyk
Upcoming Ikebana Programs

Upcoming Ikebana Programs

Kado: The Way of Flowers Ikebana, the traditional Japanese Way of Arranging Flowers has its origins in Shinto, where arrangements were made as shrine offerings. Currently there are many schools of Ikebana. Kalapa Ikebana, initiated by Chögyam Trungpa, mixes the traditional teachings of Ikebana and contemplative meditation ... continue
Posted April 10, 2009 by Jessica Sarapoff


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