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A Letter from Walker Blaine, Master of Liturgies

A Letter from Walker Blaine, Master of Liturgies – HIGHLIGHT

Walker Blaine, Master of Liturgies to the Sakyong, submitted this letter to the Shambhala Times to be shared with the Shambhala Community. Este artículo ha sido traducido al español aqui. Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici. Questo articolo è stato tradotto in italiano qui. Dear Shambhala Community, This letter is ... continue
Posted July 30, 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
Family and Lineage

Family and Lineage – HIGHLIGHT

An interview by a Growing Brave Conference Planning committee member, talking with Harish Rao: parent, Los Angeles sangha member, and practitioner by Marcelle Gilkerson Marcelle: Let me start by asking, what drew you to Shambhala? Harish Rao: I have always had a fascination with Indian culture and Tibetan mysticism. Polytheism ... continue
Posted August 5, 2017 by CGH
Supplication to Padmasambhava 1

Supplication to Padmasambhava 1 – HIGHLIGHT

Some background to help us understand a supplication chant to Guru Rinpoche by Russell Rodgers Buddhism’s tremendous success in Tibet can be traced to the activities of an eighth century Indian yogi named Padmasambhava, known by Tibetans as “Guru Rinpoche.” His story is important for us here in ... continue
Posted June 16, 2017 by CGH
Supplication to the Takpo Kagyu

Supplication to the Takpo Kagyu – HIGHLIGHT

We continue exploring the Shambhala chants with a look at the Kagyu lineage supplication by Russell Rodgers Kagyu Monlam, The Kagyu lineage is one of the three main Tibetan lineages that form the basis of Shambhala Buddhism. Each of these lineages contributed a unique approach to enlightenment. The particular ... continue
Posted October 21, 2016 by CGH
Penor Rinpoche's Reincarnation Discovered

Penor Rinpoche’s Reincarnation Discovered

from Lamen Kyi-Khyap, Acharya Mitchell M. Levy Office of International Affairs, Shambhala International We would like to inform you of the discovery of Penor Rinpoche’s Yangsi (reincarnation). He was discovered through a prophecy letter written by His Holiness Jadrel Rinpoche. The Yangsi was born in Tibet, near Lhasa, ... continue
Posted December 7, 2013 by
From Revelation to Lineage: Unveiling Terma

From Revelation to Lineage: Unveiling Terma – HIGHLIGHT

By Holly Gayley The revelation of terma, or “treasures,” is a distinctive way that new lineages and cycles of teachings are established in Tibetan Buddhism. Since the eleventh century, terma has provided a mechanism for innovation in Tibet, framed as the recovery of ancient wisdom that is ... continue
Posted July 4, 2010 by Holly
Karmapa Streaming Live Today on New Website

Karmapa Streaming Live Today on New Website – HIGHLIGHT

His Holiness the 17th Karmapa will be streamed live from Dharmasala beginning today or tomorrow, June 17-18, depending our your location. He will be teaching on Dhagpo Rinpoche’s (Gampopa’s) Lam-chog Rinchen Trengwa or Precious Garlands of Supreme Path.The series of talks will be simultaneously translated into ... continue
Posted June 17, 2010 by
The Gift of Unbroken Lineage

The Gift of Unbroken Lineage – HIGHLIGHT

After a pilgrimage to India and Nepal, Carolyn Gimian contemplates the incredible gift Chogyam Trungpa gave us — a connection to the unbroken lineage of the Buddha. April 4th approaches. On this day in 1987 Chogyam Trungpa passed into nirvana. (For those not familiar with ... continue
Posted April 2, 2010 by
There Will Be Mishaps

There Will Be Mishaps – HIGHLIGHT

By Walt Hernandez One of the Kagyu mystics once said, “Being in the Kagyu tradition, the Kagyu lineage, is like inheriting constant mishaps. Constant mishaps. That’s true. If you are actually in contact with reality, and particularly if you are in control of reality, then you ... continue
Posted August 29, 2009 by
Shambhala Lineage, by Chogyam Trungpa

Shambhala Lineage, by Chogyam Trungpa

Making the journey of warriorship depends first of all on your personal realization of genuineness and basic goodness. Ultimately, giving up selfishness, or ego, is only possible if you have a living, human example—someone who has already done so, and therefore makes it possible for ... continue
Posted April 3, 2009 by Jennifer Holder

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