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Crossing the Threshold of Court

Crossing the Threshold of Court – HIGHLIGHT

By Alex Day The first (and only time so far) I have been an invited guest at the Kalapa Court was after the Shambhala Congress, in Halifax, in November 2009. I was part of the Dorje Kasung contingent that had been requested to attend a thank you ... continue
Posted April 12, 2011 by
Today's Command

Today’s Command – HIGHLIGHT

Kusung Dapon Noel McLellan writes about What’s What and Who’s Who in the Dorje Kasung. Unless labeled, all photos courtesy of Christoph Schoenherr. How Dare You Be a tiger. Lick the Wilkinson sword. Join together with thunderbolt. I am so proud to be one of the Kasung. –Makkyi ... continue
Posted July 23, 2010 by
Service & Shambhala Households

Service & Shambhala Households – HIGHLIGHT

By David Whitehorn Contemplating the Sakyong’s talk on Shambhala Households, I found myself thinking about the practice of service. Service is such an integral part of Shambhala that it is often taken for granted and not recognized as the profound practice that it can be. Hearing the ... continue
Posted January 4, 2010 by David Whitehorn
Public Experiential Leadership Program Based on Kasung Practices

Public Experiential Leadership Program Based on Kasung Practices

EastPoint Leadership Training will be presenting some of the meditation-in-action exercises of the Dorje Kasung (“protectors of the Dharma”) for the first time publicly, in a secular context and language. These elemental practices were originally transmitted to the Dorje Kasung at Magyal Pomra Encampments by Chögyam ... continue
Posted September 10, 2009 by Lennart Krogoll
Shambhala Rainbows: Gay in Shambhala

Shambhala Rainbows: Gay in Shambhala

In 1995 I was a 24-year old club kid working for a vintage clothing store called “Flashy Trash” in Boystown, Chicago. When, in the midst of some temper tantrum, the woman I worked with joked that I should learn how to meditate, that moment, triggered something ... continue
Posted March 18, 2009 by Zane Edwards

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