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Queer Dharma: The Truth of Being Queer

Queer Dharma: The Truth of Being Queer – HIGHLIGHT

Acharya Eve Rosenthal COLUMN: Dharma Teachings by Acharya Eve Rosenthal article courtesy of Shambhala Mountain Center What is queer dharma? There are people who are queer and there is dharma, but what is queer dharma? First of all, a person who is queer identifies as someone with a sexual orientation ... continue
Posted November 15, 2018 by alexandra_kalinine
Seattle Conversations and Connections

Seattle Conversations and Connections – HIGHLIGHT

Inclusion movement fueled by radical compassion by Andrea D’Asaro Groups throughout our Seattle community are engaging in challenging conversations and connections around diversity and implicit bias, with the goal of healing collectively through mindfulness and insight.  The book Radical Dharma is the touchstone of these efforts.  Lead author ... continue
Posted November 10, 2017 by CGH
The Queer Feminist Rigden

The Queer Feminist Rigden – HIGHLIGHT

Cutting through embedded patriarchy Column: Critical Intent By Alex Vlasic In my first couple of years working with the Shambhala teachings and community, gender didn’t arise as an issue for me. I heard “basic goodness” and it all felt very inclusive. Luckily, basic goodness is all-inclusive. As I have ... continue
Posted May 28, 2016 by CGH
Making Trans*Queer Dharma Work

Making Trans*Queer Dharma Work – HIGHLIGHT

article by Shaun Bartone, Halifax A queer Buddhist friend of mine said to me recently, “You have a lot of bones that stick out, bones that don’t fit in one place or another.” True. In one sangha, I’m too much of an intellectual, I think too much, and ... continue
Posted January 18, 2015 by
Gender Identity in Shambhala

Gender Identity in Shambhala – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: In Everyday Life by Michaela McCormick, Portland, Oregon I have the body of a man, mostly, if you don’t pay attention to my fine bones and nearly hairless body. And most people don’t. Rather they notice my broad shoulders, narrow hips, and strong brow, and if they ... continue
Posted December 22, 2014 by
Ottawa Shambhala Centre participation in Capital Pride

Ottawa Shambhala Centre participation in Capital Pride

by Loretta Colton On August 25th, 2013, the Ottawa Shambhala Meditation Centre participated in Capital Pride for the first time. Capital Pride is Ottawa’s Pride festival, and it includes a week of parties and events leading up to the big day, culminating in the Parade and the ... continue
Posted October 23, 2013 by Loretta
Historic Queer Dharma Retreat

Historic Queer Dharma Retreat – HIGHLIGHT

By Michael Glatze From the very beginnings of the gay movement there have always been spiritual aspects of the community. In fact, whenever people are slightly out of the mainstream, that sense of ‘not fitting in’ is a wonderful gateway to the dharma, as well as to ... continue
Posted June 14, 2009 by


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