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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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Shambhala Times Feature Stories

  • The Vibrancy of Ziji – Report from Mexico City The Vibrancy of Ziji - Report from Mexico Cityby Rianne Pelleboer Diverse, vibrant and alive are the words that best describe the Ziji Summit in Mexico City from May 15 to 17th. We created a beehive atmosphere in the neighborhood of Roma Norte for Ziji friends to gather from around the world. In the breaks in the program, we spread out across the […] ...
  • Pathfinders Program Pathfinders ProgramLast year, the Office of Societal Health and Well-Being, under the direction of Mary Whetsell, presented “The Pathfinders Initiative.” The purpose of this initiative is to support our centers with a view to improving communication and bringing conflicts to the warriorship path. As conflict is inherent in human society at all levels—from personal to group, […] ...
  • Graceful Appearance Graceful AppearanceMiksang Publications is happy to announce the release of Michael Wood’s new book, Graceful Appearance: Passion, Perception, Expression. Graceful Appearance is a collection of 108 of Michael’s most essential Miksang photographs. They were selected from thousands of images taken over more than thirty years of developing and teaching Miksang Contemplative Photography. This First Edition is […] ...
  • The Psychological Tasks of Old Age The Psychological Tasks of Old AgeCOLUMN: Aging in Enlightened Society article by Victoria Howard In 1988 I wrote an article called “The Psychological Tasks of Old Age.” I was 42 years old. I had my reasons for thinking that I knew something about the topic. I had spent hundreds of hours with elders and their families. I was comfortable with […] ...