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The Shambhala Network is a new website that connects the Shambhala community through email, groups and friends.

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I love the Shambhala Network for the way it connects me to the world wide Shambhala sangha. Terry Rudderham

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Shambhala Times Feature Stories

  • Drala Encampment, Wind and Fire Drala Encampment, Wind and FireWe continue following the adventures of Drala Regional Encampment, in part two of a multi-part series on this event by Harrison Holmes On day three, rain is replaced by wind. Setting about our activities, we dig holes, chop wood, repair tents, and arrange the shrine room. Throughout, we never work at or build character through […] ...
  • Halifax Hosts Trust Meeting Halifax Hosts Trust MeetingThe Shambhala Trust met in Halifax to consider a variety of proposals for funding by Ginny Evans It had been far too long since the Shambhala Trust last met in Halifax, and once we had the experience, all of us were asking ourselves why it had been such a long time. We were hosted in […] ...
  • The Dorje Kasung and the Mamos The Dorje Kasung and the MamosAs we enter Dön Season, an exploration of how this time of year relates to a major Shambhalian service organization, the Dorje Kasung by Darryl Burnham, Kadö,  Dorje is a Tibetan word that means indestructible or diamond-like, and Kasung refers to a command (Ka) that is protected by wakefulness. So the Dorje Kasung are the protectors of the command […] ...
  • Drala Regional Encampment Drala Regional EncampmentMembers of the Dorje Kasung gather for fellowship and practice; the forms and precision of military life allow for alert relaxation, tender wakefulness by Harrison Holmes Day One: Water We arrived at Drala Point just as Hurricane Mathew was making its way up the coast. Quickly setting up camp we were then treated to two […] ...