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Mindfulness Isn't a Trend, It's a Movement

Mindfulness Isn’t a Trend, It’s a Movement – HIGHLIGHT

guest article by Lodro Rinzler originally published on the Huffington Post I helped organize a Buddhist youth conference in 2003. Two hundred young meditators from around the world came together hoping to learn the secrets of life from the head of the Shambhala Buddhist lineage, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. ... continue
Posted June 21, 2014 by
Conference Meets Heart

Conference Meets Heart – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Youth and Family Teaching Mindfulness and Compassion to Youth article by Leslie Gossett, Column Editor photos by Mark Anderson We recently hosted a conference in Northern California at which the presenters said it was unlike any other conference they’d been to. It was like… conference meets heart. continue
Posted May 23, 2014 by
Mindfulness and Compassionate Leadership

Mindfulness and Compassionate Leadership – HIGHLIGHT

Can Mindfulness Breed a New Generation of Compassionate Leaders? by Lodro Rinzler Recently there has been some good discussion in the media about how the term “mindfulness” is being co-opted, distanced from traditional Buddhist teachings that include compassion practices and more esoteric teachings such as those on emptiness. ... continue
Posted March 26, 2014 by
The Journey of Applied Mindfulness

The Journey of Applied Mindfulness – HIGHLIGHT

In June, Sarah Lipton, Editor-in-Chief of the Shambhala Times, had a opportunity to talk to Patton Hyman about the launch of the Applied Mindfulness website. edited by Ani Dawa Chotso, Shambhala Times Staff Editor What is Applied Mindfulness? “Well, the website is part of a bigger vision of ... continue
Posted July 29, 2013 by
Uplifted Speech in our Communities

Uplifted Speech in our Communities – HIGHLIGHT

A Proposal Towards Creating Enlightened Conversation by Greg Heffron I travel through Shambhala teaching mindful communication. In programs through last few years, I’ve met sangha from Miami, Florida to Vancouver, British Columbia, from Birmingham, Alabama to Berkeley, California. Everywhere I’ve gone, teaching Acharya Susan Chapman’s Five Keys to ... continue
Posted June 22, 2013 by
M'Bongui

M’Bongui

M’bongui , a dance performance with music composed by Herbert Elsky and choreography by Sophie Fougère-Darcy, took place on February 15th at the 300 seat Mégisserie theater in St Junien (Limousin, France). M’Bongui M’bongui is a traditional Congolese dance ceremony that was practiced before and after a hunt.  ... continue
Posted March 3, 2013 by luz_rodriguez
Meditation… in Everyday Life?

Meditation… in Everyday Life? – HIGHLIGHT

by Dave McKeel, NYC I always hated horror movies as a kid. I remember running out of the room screaming whenever a commercial for the latest Nightmare On Elm Street sequel would come on the TV. Those commercials were not just a surprise; they were a betrayal – ... continue
Posted September 30, 2012 by
Fearless Victory

Fearless Victory – HIGHLIGHT

Interview with Margot Neuman by Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent, Leslie Witt Margot Neuman is executive director of the Veteran’s Peace of Mind Project, providing mindfulness training for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTSD). Together with the Medicine Horse Program, she developed The Fearless Victory Project for veterans. All ... continue
Posted September 3, 2012 by
Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide

Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide – HIGHLIGHT

A new book by Tessa Watt We can train ourselves in mindfulness, just as we exercise to keep our bodies healthy. Mindfulness training is free of any religion or dogma, although it draws on the ancient traditions of meditation and yoga, incorporating insights from modern medicine and ... continue
Posted August 19, 2012 by
A Precious Opportunity

A Precious Opportunity – HIGHLIGHT

Acharya Eve Rosenthal will be assisting Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche March 2nd-4th in Northern California to teach the Rigden Weekend. Recently, she shared some thoughts on the history of the program and its importance. Article by Stephen Schurkey. For a long time, Shambhala Training Levels I through 5 ... continue
Posted January 31, 2012 by
2011 Interview: The Bones of Mindfulness

2011 Interview: The Bones of Mindfulness – HIGHLIGHT

This year’s Applied Mindfulness Conference will take place November 11-12, at West Chester University in Pennsylvania, and is co-sponsored by Tail of the Tiger. The following interview was conducted with some of the conference’s founders: Patton Hyman, Michael Carroll, and Mark Hurwich. As a natural extension ... continue
Posted October 26, 2011 by
Meeting Don Season with Mindfulness

Meeting Don Season with Mindfulness – HIGHLIGHT

Sakyong Mipham teaches on meeting don season with mindfulness. This year, don season begins Tuesday, February 22nd and concludes on Thursday, March 3rd. In the lunar calendar, the weeks preceding each New Year can be fraught with inner and outer obstacles. In these teachings, offered to the ... continue
Posted February 21, 2011 by
The Mindful Manifesto

The Mindful Manifesto – HIGHLIGHT

How Doing Less and Noticing More Can Help us Thrive in a Stressed-out World Two members of the London Shambhala Center, Ed Halliwell and Dr. Jonty Heaversedge, are working to bring mindfulness into the lives of busy people in their new book, The Mindfulness Manifesto. Click here to ... continue
Posted September 18, 2010 by
Mindfully Naked at 80mph

Mindfully Naked at 80mph – HIGHLIGHT

Mark Manzutto, from the Albuquerque Shambhala Center, contemplates the thrill of motorcycle riding There is no way to express the sensation of flying down a long New Mexico road at 80 mph on a warm summer day. The realization of what you are doing is ... continue
Posted April 7, 2010 by

Making Room in Your Meditation Room – HIGHLIGHT

The Zen Novice finished his first meal at the monastery. Anxious to begin his journey to enlightenment he asked his Master “Now What?” The Master replied, “Now wash your bowl.” —-Zen Parable By Acharya Michael Greenleaf Michael, Can We Talk? Michael, my dear, we have to talk. No, I didn’t ... continue
Posted December 30, 2009 by


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