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Is Tolerance Enough?

Is Tolerance Enough? – HIGHLIGHT

Questions and Answers from: Seeds of War, Seeds of Peace Investigating Religious Conflict in Today’s World Presidential Lecture by Richard Reoch, President of Shambhala Buddhism “If the world had only one religion,” asked one of the students,”would we still have the same problems that we have today?” This was one ... continue
Posted November 22, 2014 by
Seeds of War, Seeds of Peace

Seeds of War, Seeds of Peace – HIGHLIGHT

Religious Conflict in Today’s World President Richard Reoch presents at the University of Morocco The room full of Muslim preachers, known as Imams, was keenly attentive as I introduced meditation practice to them with a short introduction to the neuroscience of mind, body and extended consciousness. I was in ... continue
Posted November 16, 2014 by
Reflections on the Six Ways of Ruling

Reflections on the Six Ways of Ruling – HIGHLIGHT

King Dawa Sangpo, the first sovereign of the Kingdom of Shambhala, received the sacred teachings on enlightened society from the Buddha.Coordinator’s Corner by Sarah Farash, Rochester, NY “Leadership training is very important this year… It’s important that we are not afraid to think that we, as a ... continue
Posted April 21, 2014 by
Building Bridges in Boston

Building Bridges in Boston – HIGHLIGHT

President Richard Reoch and Reverend Kim,How Communities Can Come Together under the Banner of Being Human by Emma Cataford, Shambhala Times Reporter Saturday night in Boston people gathered at the Arlington Street Church for an event with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche titled Moving Forward: Boston Strong in Everyday Life. ... continue
Posted April 14, 2014 by
Sun Camper steals hearts at London event

Sun Camper steals hearts at London event – HIGHLIGHT

Flashmob outdoor meditationReport from the Ground of Awake in the World article by Shannon van Staden, Shambhala Times Reporter video by President Richard Reoch Among the many people who spoke on Day Three of London’s Awake in the World Festival, one of the most moving personal testimonies was from ... continue
Posted September 15, 2013 by
Arts Speak the Shambhala Principle

Arts Speak the Shambhala Principle – HIGHLIGHT

News Report A team of Shambhala artists have come together to make a visual online graphic presentation of one of the key messages in The Shambhala Principle. In the opening pages of The Shambhala Principle, Sakyong Mipham invites us to a global conversation about the future of ... continue
Posted July 4, 2013 by
Joining a Global Conversation

Joining a Global Conversation – HIGHLIGHT

Every member of Shambhala today receives a letter from the President of Shambhala inviting them to join global conversations about the future of humanity and our planet. This letter is accompanied by a short survey that enables people to join this initiative. The survey is going ... continue
Posted April 16, 2013 by
Funding Cut to Canada's Prison Chaplains

Funding Cut to Canada’s Prison Chaplains – HIGHLIGHT

Shastri Veit Weber, a Shambhala Buddhist representative in the non-Christian prison chaplaincy in Canada was recently affected by a sweeping government budget cut. In an article on Touch Base, a magazine for Canadians, he says, “I am not a lawyer, but it looks to me that ... continue
Posted November 23, 2012 by
Tender and Valiant: Shambhala Mountain Center

Tender and Valiant: Shambhala Mountain Center

The following remarks were recorded on June 15, 2012 during the Kurukula Abhisheka at the Boulder Shambhala Center by President Richard Reoch. The Abhisheka was previously planned to occur at Shambhala Mountain Center but was relocated due to the wildfire currently raging in the Rocky Mountains. continue
Posted June 16, 2012 by
On Aging: My Big Yellow File

On Aging: My Big Yellow File – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Aging in Shambhala article by Richard Reoch Preparing for death is highly recommended as a part of contemplative practice. Recognizing that this life could end at any moment provides encouragement for us to fully engage with the world while we can. In addition to contemplating the inevitability ... continue
Posted June 6, 2012 by Richard_Reoch
Heart Advice for Creating Enlightened Society

Heart Advice for Creating Enlightened Society

photos and article by Sean Raggett The reality is that we can’t handle our anger, we can’t develop our patience and we can’t cultivate our wisdom without working with others. ~ Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche During the weekend of 14-15 January, the President of Shambhala, Richard Reoch, led ... continue
Posted February 14, 2012 by
Shambhala and Society Report

Shambhala and Society Report

Today we publish a new report, Shambhala and Society based on discussions at 69 Shambhala Centers and Groups around the world. The report covers kindness and unkindness in Shambhala, as well as what people are doing to bring Shambhala vision into the world around them. No ... continue
Posted February 7, 2012 by Richard_Reoch
From Our President - new blog!

From Our President – new blog! – HIGHLIGHT

A lot of folks have asked President Richard Reoch to start a blog. “First I had to learn what a blog actually was!” he says. But now his blog, From our President is up and running. “I found out there are all kinds of blogs,” he ... continue
Posted January 13, 2012 by
New Teacher Guidelines: An Interview with President Reoch

New Teacher Guidelines: An Interview with President Reoch – HIGHLIGHT

For many years, Shambhala Centres have invited a variety of Buddhist and other teachers to give teachings, instruction, and abhishekas, or empowerments. Some of these invitations have been made at the request of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, and before him, his father, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche; other invitations ... continue
Posted April 14, 2009 by
Opening Communication with Other Authentic Spiritual Traditions

Opening Communication with Other Authentic Spiritual Traditions – HIGHLIGHT

Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche with Chief Gerald Red Elk Image courtesy of theshamansdoor.com Spiritual traditions provide the ground that fosters genuine human community. They bond us deeply in a common view of the world and our relationship to it. As Buddhists, we have experienced this first-hand in the sangha, ... continue
Posted March 2, 2009 by Bill_Sutton

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