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The Three S's

The Three S’s – HIGHLIGHT

An opportunity to explore these three: Stillness, Silence, and Spaciousness by Brooke Binstock  When the three of us (Kelly Lindsey, Marissa Knox and I) got together to talk about what to center our August retreat at Shambhala Mountain Center around, we easily settled on the theme of Stillness, Silence, ... continue
Posted August 15, 2018 by CGH
Doing Good and Doing Well

Doing Good and Doing Well – HIGHLIGHT

Another profile in a series exploring ways of expressing “right livelihood” by Andrea D’Asaro The Shambhala teachings are inspiring Seattle sangha members in their professional lives and as volunteers, where they offer their skills and time each month towards running our center.  These members are making “right livelihood” ... continue
Posted June 12, 2018 by CGH
The Bravery of Failure, Part 2

The Bravery of Failure, Part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

A foster mother comes to terms with her inability to succeed, in the second part of a two-part story by Allison Conant While I was on my way home from a family wedding in Massachusetts, my fourteen-year-old foster daughter, R, had run out of the house, jumped the ... continue
Posted August 13, 2017 by CGH
The Bravery of Failure, Part 1

The Bravery of Failure, Part 1 – HIGHLIGHT

A personal account of coming to terms with the experience of trying something important, and failing to succeed by Allison Conant Acharya Pema Chodron is one of the most senior teachers in the Shambhala Community and I treasure her as a teacher. She doesn’t sugarcoat. She can laugh ... continue
Posted August 11, 2017 by CGH
Food and Forgiveness, Part 3

Food and Forgiveness, Part 3 – HIGHLIGHT

The third in a series of articles exploring insights about food, healing, and compassion by Marcella Friel “Forgiveness is not always easy. At times, it feels more painful than the wound we suffered. And yet, there is no peace without forgiveness.” — Marianne Williamson My client Tammy was making terrific ... continue
Posted May 13, 2017 by CGH
Food and Forgiveness, Part 1

Food and Forgiveness, Part 1 – HIGHLIGHT

The first in a series of articles exploring insights about food, healing, and compassion by Marcella Friel “It’s only when we alter our eating habits out of love and respect for ourselves that lasting change has any real chance to take root in our lives.” — Katherine Woodward Thomas What ... continue
Posted May 9, 2017 by CGH
Rude Awakening or Good Grief

Rude Awakening or Good Grief – HIGHLIGHT

Using dharma and expressive arts to relate with transition when your role as caregiver is over        by Andrea Sherman and Marsha Weiner There’s a profundity to caregiving. Caregiving demands that we make sacrifices of our time and resources. If we yield to the process of ... continue
Posted May 14, 2016 by CGH
Making Friends with Yourself

Making Friends with Yourself – HIGHLIGHT

How dharma can ease the experience of isolation when caregiving by Andrea Sherman and Marsha Weiner We continue to explore how dharma can help mitigate caregiver burnout. In this article we explore how practicing unconditional friendship with yourself can increase your resilience and overall health and well-being, especially ... continue
Posted May 12, 2016 by CGH
Don't Give Up On Yourself

Don’t Give Up On Yourself – HIGHLIGHT

Looking at the challenges of caregiving from a dharmic point of view by Andrea Sherman and Marsha Weiner “The essence of Warriorship, or the essence of human bravery, is refusing to give up on anyone or anything.”  Trungpa Rinpoche, Sacred Path of the Warrior Don’t give up on anyone ... continue
Posted January 31, 2016 by CGH


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