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Remote Teaching

Remote Teaching – HIGHLIGHT

Working with program participants attending via Zoom by Chris Montone I recently taught a complete Level IV Shambhala Training weekend to a woman in Idaho from my local Shambhala Center in Washington, DC.  This was a new experience for me as a teacher and I believe it was a ... continue
Posted June 6, 2018 by CGH
Fresh from the Garden

Fresh from the Garden – HIGHLIGHT

Acharya Arawana Hayashi Teaches Level One at Sky Lake by Lisa Freedman “We like our own garbage. It’s important. We use whatever comes up in meditation. When we listen to fear and difficulties, they can serve as stepping stones.” ~ Acharya Arawana Hayashi. It didn’t make sense for ... continue
Posted October 7, 2016 by CGH
A Million Miles Away

A Million Miles Away – HIGHLIGHT

Reflections on a Shambhala Training retreat at the Karmê Chöling land center by Michal George The time I recently spent at Karmê Chöling in Vermont taking Shambhala Training Levels I–III was so filled with teaching and opportunities to practice that I left the center with the sense I had ... continue
Posted March 9, 2016 by CGH
Basic Goodness of Reality

Basic Goodness of Reality – HIGHLIGHT

Basic Goodness of Reality class, BoulderA Rookie Teacher and Long-Time Practitioner Checks out What Shambhala Presents to People who Walk in the Door Today… by Elaine Logan, Longmont, Colorado Jim Fladmark, Boulder Shambhala Director of Practice and Education, wants older students to get more involved. Jim says, “Check ... continue
Posted October 27, 2014 by
View and Intention for Our Lives

View and Intention for Our Lives – HIGHLIGHT

Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche teaches a Shambhala Training Level I in Berlin, Germany article and photos by Katja Aßmann An international group – about 150 people from Germany, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Norway, England, Croatia, United States and Switzerland registered for this weekend with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche in ... continue
Posted September 25, 2014 by
A Summer Afternoon in Central Moscow

A Summer Afternoon in Central Moscow – HIGHLIGHT

walking the streets,Shambhala Training in Russia by Leslie Witt, Shambhala Times Regional Correspondent Envision a lazy summer Sunday, teatime in Moscow, Russia. A flash of sunshine draws steam from rain-soaked sidewalks, playgrounds and hidden courtyard gardens. From the side door of a 50s-era apartment building emerge sun-dazzled meditators ... continue
Posted July 20, 2012 by

Song for Shambhala Level Three

The weekend of January 13 to 15 was the occasion of a delightful Shambhala Training Level Three in Fredericton. The twelve participants were taught and inspired by Director Craig Schneider and Assistant Director David Seabrook – in his first Level as an AD – while ... continue
Posted January 17, 2012 by frances_giberson
Shambhala Training Arrives in Russia

Shambhala Training Arrives in Russia – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Training arrived in Moscow for the very first time last month. The program was co-directed by Shastri Bill Brauer and his wife Ella Reznikova, who traveled from their home in Barnet, Vermont for this historic occasion. Though not the first time Shambhala teachers have taught in ... continue
Posted December 13, 2011 by
Art Auction to Bring Teachers to Taipei

Art Auction to Bring Teachers to Taipei – HIGHLIGHT

Yeachin Tsai, Shambhala’s busy Chinese translator and native of Taipei, reports that hosting a Level 1 in China requires the help of the international sangha. If you look at a map of the world, you will find a very small green island southeast of mainland China. In ... continue
Posted December 22, 2010 by Yeachin Tsai
Shambhala hosted by Dalai Lama's Retreat Center

Shambhala hosted by Dalai Lama’s Retreat Center – HIGHLIGHT

Judith Broadus writes about the first Shambhala Training held at the Dalai Lama’s Retreat Center in Bloomington, Indiana. A Shambhala Training Level I was held in the library of the Cultural Center at Kumbum West, The Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center (TMBCC), located on 108 acres ... continue
Posted November 4, 2010 by
Small Center, Big Heart

Small Center, Big Heart – HIGHLIGHT

By Natasha Isenhour My life path over the past forty-eight years has taken me seemingly to the edge of the earth and back. I have gone on many detours that led to dead ends. At a fork in the road of my lifetime of micro-managing, failed plans, ... continue
Posted August 6, 2010 by
Community is Home

Community is Home – HIGHLIGHT

Many Shambhala Centers start in someone’s home. In Albuquerque, Devon and Ingrid greet newcomers at the door before the evening’s dharma talk. Their five-year-old daughter, Pidge, is already tucked in bed. Their dog, Daisy, trots around sniffing and wagging. The kettle is on; the cookies are ... continue
Posted February 4, 2010 by
First Shambhala Training Level I in Bangkok, April 3-5

First Shambhala Training Level I in Bangkok, April 3-5 – HIGHLIGHT

Ringu Tulku addresses the Bangkok Shambhala Meditation Group Loppon Phuntso Gyaltsen Participants at Healing Mind and Body The Bangkok shrine room Lama Jigme Jinpa Shambhala Day, 2009 The newly appointed Bangkok Shambhala Meditation Group is offering its first-ever Shambhala Training Level I during the weekend of the 22nd anniversary of ... continue
Posted March 30, 2009 by
Great Eastern Sun Rises on the Cape of Good Hope

Great Eastern Sun Rises on the Cape of Good Hope

In 2004, I returned to my hometown in South Africa after 30 years away. I found a sparse and scattered dharma scene. In Cape Town, the only Tibetan Buddhist center was that of Rob Nairn, Akong Rinpoche’s senior South African student. A few months after I arrived, ... continue
Posted February 20, 2009 by Jennifer_Woodhull


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