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Revisiting "Understanding Dön Season"

Revisiting “Understanding Dön Season” – HIGHLIGHT

The Times Editorial team has received requests for this excellent dharma teaching, written by the late Shastri Russell Rodgers in 2017. We’ve shared it here, in advance of the 2021 Dön season, which begins February 1st.  If you would like more practice opportunities connected to Dön season ... continue
Posted January 25, 2021 by archives-staff
New Year Limbo

New Year Limbo – HIGHLIGHT

Preparing for the Tibetan New Year by Max Roberts-Zirker This time of year is a sort of ‘new year limbo’ for Shambhalians, having just started a new Gregorian calendar year while still wrapping up the Tibetan year of the Fire Bird. Instead of trying to think of which ... continue
Posted January 26, 2018 by CGH
The Dorje Kasung and the Mamos

The Dorje Kasung and the Mamos – HIGHLIGHT

As we enter Dön Season, an exploration of how this time of year relates to a major Shambhalian service organization, the Dorje Kasung by Darryl Burnham, Kadö,  Dorje is a Tibetan word that means indestructible or diamond-like, and Kasung refers to a command (Ka) that is protected by wakefulness. So ... continue
Posted February 17, 2017 by CGH
Understanding Dön Season

Understanding Dön Season – HIGHLIGHT

When the world is filled with evil, pacify the Döns and Mamos by Russell Rodgers In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, there is a period before the Tibetan New Year in the late winter/early spring when accumulated karma comes to fruition and societal obstacles arise. This year, between February ... continue
Posted February 1, 2017 by CGH
Obstacles and Antidotes

Obstacles and Antidotes – HIGHLIGHT

Ekajati: Queen of the Mamos, thangka painting by Chogyam Trungpa RinpocheTeachings on Don Season by Shastri Andrew Sacamano As we move from winter to spring to summer to fall there is a natural process that takes place in the earth. There is a period where the earth needs ... continue
Posted February 22, 2014 by
Mamos Clarified

Mamos Clarified – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Good Practice The following article is a compilation from various sources of the practices of the days preceding Shambhala Day. by Oscar Garcia, St. Johnsbury, Vermont March 2, 2014 is the beginning of a new Tibetan (lunar) year, the year of the Wood Horse. The first day of ... continue
Posted February 19, 2014 by


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