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On the Road in Shambhala Texas, part 2

On the Road in Shambhala Texas, part 2

by Paul M. Kendel My previous talks had been an opportunity for opening up and continuing the healing process since my return from Iraq. However, my visit to San Antonio would be fruitful not for myself, but for a friend. Raised as a “dharma brat”, Morgan was ... continue
Posted September 13, 2012 by
On the Road in Shambhala Texas

On the Road in Shambhala Texas – HIGHLIGHT

by Paul M. Kendel Armed with my son Sean, who quickly adopted the role of roadie/tour manager and promoter, we set off from Jacksonville, Florida, for our ten day odyssey through Texas. We spent the first night in New Orleans, but Bourbon Street, bars, and the numerous ... continue
Posted September 13, 2012 by
Interview with Sergeant Paul Kendel

Interview with Sergeant Paul Kendel – HIGHLIGHT

Interview with Paul M. Kendel (SSG Ret.), M.A. ~ author of Walking the Tiger’s Path: A Soldier’s Spiritual Journey in Iraq, the book chronicling a military deployment in Iraq, experiences of doubt and disillusionment, and eventual introduction to and connection with the Shambhala Buddhist teachings by Shambhala ... continue
Posted June 4, 2012 by Travis_May
Best Buddhist Book of 2011

Best Buddhist Book of 2011 – HIGHLIGHT

This Just In: Walking the Tiger’s Path, the memoir by Paul Kendel, just won an award as one of the Best Books in the USA for 2011! It was the sole winner in the Buddhist books category. The book was also a finalist for Biography/Memoir. Congratulations ... continue
Posted November 7, 2011 by


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