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Right Livelihood 3

Right Livelihood 3 – HIGHLIGHT

From complexity and confusion emerges enlightened design by Andrea D’Asaro The design process — turning an idea into reality — is an example of mindfulness-awareness, says Alan Ness, a long-time member of our sangha and a residential design architect. He’s been designing and remodeling homes for 30 years ... continue
Posted July 22, 2018 by CGH
Doing Good and Doing Well

Doing Good and Doing Well – HIGHLIGHT

Another profile in a series exploring ways of expressing “right livelihood” by Andrea D’Asaro The Shambhala teachings are inspiring Seattle sangha members in their professional lives and as volunteers, where they offer their skills and time each month towards running our center.  These members are making “right livelihood” ... continue
Posted June 12, 2018 by CGH
Right Livelihood

Right Livelihood – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhalians taking mindfulness to work by Andrea D’Asaro In Buddhist terms, “right livelihood” is a traditional teaching about living a dignified life and working in an ethical way. The Shambhala path inspired one Seattle member to consider this teaching, leading to a transformation in interactions at work, as ... continue
Posted May 7, 2018 by CGH
Doing Good While Doing Well

Doing Good While Doing Well – HIGHLIGHT

Right Livelihood Meets Shambhala Vision by Shastri Gayle Van Gils We live in a time of profound fear and change, and also one of tremendous opportunity to be of service. There are societal challenges in almost every sphere of life: great numbers of people are living in dire ... continue
Posted June 14, 2015 by
Integrating Head & Heart

Integrating Head & Heart – HIGHLIGHT

by Brandon Rennels, from The Under 35 Project A year ago I was sitting at a cafe in Ann Arbor, enjoying breakfast with a beloved professor from university. When I was in school he taught a course entitled Psychology of Consciousness, which was one my first introductions ... continue
Posted August 8, 2012 by
How Not to Tell a Colleague to **** Off

How Not to Tell a Colleague to **** Off – HIGHLIGHT

by Sarah Maynard, from The Under 35 Project A few years ago I worked with someone who truly shook my practice. I was just at the start of ‘serious’ practice and was definitely not ready for such a challenge! Thankfully for me it has been a rare ... continue
Posted August 3, 2012 by
Hustle Meditation

Hustle Meditation – HIGHLIGHT

by Caitlin Bargenquast, from The Under 35 Project “Longing to attain complete enlightenment for the sake of others is what is meant by arousing bodhicitta.” ~Maitreya, “Abhisamayalankara” hus·tle |’hǝsǝl| non-adverb 1.[trans.] [intrans.] the choiceless choice, flow, do nothing and everything is done: Somewhere, and then somewhere again, in the midst of ... continue
Posted August 1, 2012 by
Ziji: Resources for Uplifting Your World

Ziji: Resources for Uplifting Your World

I fell in love with Ziji from the first moment I walked in. With its uplifted environment, beautiful shrine supplies, and every dharma book under the sun, it was a joy simply to be there. That was the winter of 1986. Little did I know the ... continue
Posted February 24, 2009 by Amy Kida
Royal Wedding Celebration in Orissa, India

Royal Wedding Celebration in Orissa, India

In the fall of 2006 I found myself talking with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche about his upcoming wedding in Orissa, India, at the seat of his father-in-law’s lineage in India.  The Sakyong asked if I was going; at the time I didn’t think that I would. I asked ... continue
Posted February 22, 2009 by Marvin Ross
Great Path Tapes and Books

Great Path Tapes and Books

Moving to the Kalamazoo area of Michigan in 1997 from Northern Michigan was as deliberate as it was vague. Robert, an astrologer, had generated astrology charts for us which put our natal planetary positions on a map to help determine a good area for us ... continue
Posted February 22, 2009 by Jill_Walker
All and Everything

All and Everything

Thirty-five years ago at the age of twenty-five, I attended the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa’s Black Hat [or Vajra Crown] ceremony in San Francisco at the invitation of a dear friend. This same friend also gave me a copy of Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism, which I still ... continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Larry Barnett


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