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Mary Sehlinger Retirement

Mary Sehlinger Retirement – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala’s Director of Societal Health and Well-being retires: “I see the Shambhala Community engaging in a long cultural shift.” by Kalapa Envoy Richard Reoch After six years as Shambhala’s Director of Societal Health and Well-Being, Mary Sehlinger is retiring. Known to many by her former married surname, Whetsell ... continue
Posted January 30, 2017 by CGH
Meritorious Service Award

Meritorious Service Award – HIGHLIGHT

Dr. Laurie Mallery receives high honor for her work in health care and geriatric quality of life by David Brown Laurie Mallery, MD, FRCPC, MSM, has been awarded the Meritorious Service Award by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, through the Governor General of Canada, in recognition of her ongoing ... continue
Posted December 2, 2016 by CGH
Staffing as Service

Staffing as Service – HIGHLIGHT

Tsöndrü Joy Nicholson of the Boston Shambhala Center shares thoughtfully and beautifully about her service experience at the center. Q: What service practice do you feel most connected to and why? A: Each form of service can be profoundly moving in its own way, and I’ve been involved in ... continue
Posted July 11, 2016 by CGH
Living at a Land Centre, and Why it Matters

Living at a Land Centre, and Why it Matters

Posted in Dorje Denma Ling’s kitchen. Photo by Rhonda Newcombe The most beneficial thing I’ve ever done When I ask myself, “what has been helpful in my life” or “when was I really being transformed by the Shambhala teachings”, my mind immediately flashes to my time as a ... continue
Posted May 21, 2014 by Nyima
A Leader in Service, part two

A Leader in Service, part two – HIGHLIGHT

At a Karme Choling celebration, Fall 2012COLUMN: In Everyday Life One Woman’s History of Service, part two Read part one here Interview with Madame* Jeanine Greenleaf by Cara Thornley, Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent * A form of address for a French-speaking woman literally meaning “my lady” Question: Where was most of your ... continue
Posted July 7, 2013 by
A Leader in Service

A Leader in Service – HIGHLIGHT

Jeanine Greenleaf: “And he loved it!”COLUMN: In Everyday Life One Woman’s History of Service, Part One Interview with Madame* Jeanine Greenleaf by Cara Thornley, Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent * A form of address for a French-speaking woman literally meaning “my lady” Question: When did you first begin serving Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche? I ... continue
Posted July 5, 2013 by
Northern California Shambhala searches for a new Regional Director

Northern California Shambhala searches for a new Regional Director

Northern California Shambhala has opened the search for a new Regional Director! Northern California Shambhala is a community of meditation centers and study groups located in Berkeley, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Marin County, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Davis, and Grass Valley. To view our website, click ... continue
Posted March 29, 2010 by
Service & Shambhala Households

Service & Shambhala Households – HIGHLIGHT

By David Whitehorn Contemplating the Sakyong’s talk on Shambhala Households, I found myself thinking about the practice of service. Service is such an integral part of Shambhala that it is often taken for granted and not recognized as the profound practice that it can be. Hearing the ... continue
Posted January 4, 2010 by David Whitehorn


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