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A Good Eye

A Good Eye – HIGHLIGHT

Celebrating Shambhala and the Arts by Charles Blackhall Aimless wandering is a favorite past-time for me, often with my camera slung over my shoulder. Suddenly my attention is caught by color, texture, form, light, or another striking flash. In the moment, this stops the mind and yet it’s ... continue
Posted March 17, 2012 by
Miksang with Incarcerated Youth

Miksang with Incarcerated Youth – HIGHLIGHT

Jake Lorfing describes his adventures and shares photos from teaching contemplative photography to teenagers. We didn’t know what to expect entering the Gardner Betts Juvenile Justice Center to meet the eight girls, ages 14-17, who had signed up for a weekly Miksang Photography class. Four volunteers ... continue
Posted February 14, 2011 by
Colors of Impermanence

Colors of Impermanence – HIGHLIGHT

A photo gallery of the changing season, by Jennifer Holder This lovely experience of a photo-taking rampage was made possible by beautiful weather, an iPhone, and the gardens and streets of Chappaqua, NY. Click on photos to enlarge or view as a slideshow. continue
Posted October 14, 2009 by Jennifer Holder
Participating in a Dance of Energies:  An Interview with MaryBeth McBride

Participating in a Dance of Energies: An Interview with MaryBeth McBride – HIGHLIGHT

What was your first thought when you saw the word Miksang? Our Tallahassee group could barely pronounce the word Miksang.  We liked the idea of Good Eye, [Miksang means Good Eye in Tibetan.] it peaked our curiosity.  Ten people quickly signed up for the first ‘Contemplative Photography’ class. Through ... continue
Posted May 19, 2009 by
"I am Miksang."  An interview with Miksang teacher, Maxine Sidran

“I am Miksang.” An interview with Miksang teacher, Maxine Sidran

Maxine Sidran:  I first saw the word Miksang on a calendar at the Toronto Shambhala Center.  My response was to the word that followed it: photography.  I have practiced photography my entire adult life, and the fact that it had showed up at a meditation center ... continue
Posted April 20, 2009 by


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