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Town Hall in Seattle

Town Hall in Seattle – HIGHLIGHT

“Great to get together and be heard” from the Seattle Shambhala Center Center Director Michael Busby convened our first Town Hall this spring. It is the first of an ongoing quarterly schedule, which he started to bring the sangha together and create an avenue for open communication. Michael ... continue
Posted June 12, 2017 by CGH
With Elegance and Brilliance

With Elegance and Brilliance – HIGHLIGHT

Sangyum Wendy FriedmanReport on the First Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum Conference in Europe – Led by Sangyum Wendy Friedman – Hosted within the Court Service and Practice weekend in Berlin article by Ute Reinhart-La Haye, SOCAD Regional Supervisor Europe photos by Jitka Holubcova “Like a soft and gentle tornado, ... continue
Posted June 10, 2015 by
Exploring Decorum

Exploring Decorum – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture by Amanda Hester Adjutant, Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum The word decorum, particularly within the context of Shambhala culture, has to do with dignity and trust. Early on in one’s engagement with Shambhala there is an encouragement to act and carry oneself, to present ... continue
Posted May 13, 2015 by Dan
Connected Culture?

Connected Culture? – HIGHLIGHT

Enlightened Society: Connected Culture or Cult of Meditation? COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture article by Silas Rose, Victoria, BC Joining any organized spiritual tradition involves some courtship, much like choosing a mate. For many people new to Shambhala Buddhism the social vision of enlightened society is compelling, but for ... continue
Posted December 10, 2014 by
Six Principles of Leadership

Six Principles of Leadership – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture by Allison Pepper, New York City Over the weekend of November 8th through 10th, the Shambhala Center of New York was honored to host Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and share his teachings on gathering goodness. The Sakyong spoke three times: on Friday night, in a ... continue
Posted May 19, 2014 by
The Old House

The Old House – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This series of articles is brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers and communities. If you have ... continue
Posted April 26, 2014 by
What Binds Us as a Community?

What Binds Us as a Community? – HIGHLIGHT

Sangyum Wendy Friedman presenting at the conference,Report from the Shambhala Culture and Decorum Conference with Sakyong Wangmo and Sangyum Wendy Friedman by Shelly Webb photos by Benny Fong audio courtesy of the Kalapa Court Chris Stockinger of the Fort Collins Center bowed twice to the ancient microwave in the kitchen ... continue
Posted March 19, 2014 by
The Magic of Children's Day

The Magic of Children’s Day – HIGHLIGHT

Marguerite Drescher and family’s Children’s Day ShineCOLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture How a Children’s Day Shrine can Teach us About the Three Courts by Amanda Hester, Adjutant to the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum Batman is awesome. He makes me feel like the impossible is possible . . . ... continue
Posted December 20, 2013 by
Considering Food in a Shambhala Household

Considering Food in a Shambhala Household – HIGHLIGHT

Harvest of Tomatoes by Karen IglehartCOLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This series of articles is brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers ... continue
Posted October 18, 2013 by
Imperial Culture vs. Cultural Imperialism

Imperial Culture vs. Cultural Imperialism – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This series of articles is brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers and communities. If you have ... continue
Posted October 7, 2013 by
Honest and Unadorned

Honest and Unadorned – HIGHLIGHT

, Odessa, UkraineCOLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This series of articles is brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers and communities. If ... continue
Posted September 25, 2013 by
Living a Beautiful Life in Retirement

Living a Beautiful Life in Retirement – HIGHLIGHT

Douglas Fir Mushrooms, botanical watercolor by Jane FergusonCOLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This is the third in a series of articles brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and ... continue
Posted August 23, 2013 by
Making it Bloom

Making it Bloom – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This is the second in a series of articles brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers and communities. ... continue
Posted August 2, 2013 by
At Home on the Road

At Home on the Road

NEW COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This is the first in a series of articles brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers and ... continue
Posted July 17, 2013 by


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