To extend ourselves to others is the route to true happiness.
Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

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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

  • Shambhala Principle to Prison Shambhala Principle to PrisonThe Prison Outreach Affinity Circle was started by Trime Persinger in 2013. On March 10, 2014, a conversation was hosted by Richard Reoch and Adela Sandness The conversation was recorded and transcribed following which the transcript was edited and divided into three parts. Following is Part Three of Three. Click here to read Part One and […] ...
  • A Public Recognition of Service A Public Recognition of ServiceOn May 26, 2015, two Davis Shambhala Meditation Center members received City of Davis “Thong Hu Nuynh” Awards. Shastri Manny Medieros was recognized for Civil Rights Advocacy and Judith MacBrine was recognized as Public Servant of the Year. article by Judith MacBrine For Manny, receiving the award was difficult. But the award was also about […] ...
  • Sakyong Wangmo Visits Karme Choling Sakyong Wangmo Visits Karme Cholingarticle by Sarah Lipton, Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief The day dawned crisp and blue, not too hot, and finally not too cold on a recent Vermont June morning. The Sakyong Wangmo would be coming to Karme Choling for an auspicious regional gathering of Shambhalians. Karme Choling staff busied themselves to set up, making huge amounts of […] ...
  • Going Beyond Denial Going Beyond DenialCOLUMN: Enlightened Society Celebrates Diversity Reflections on International Western Dharma Teachers Gathering and Shootings in Charleston, SC by Shastri Charlene Leung FACING REALITY: BEGINNING CONVERSATIONS As the Chairperson of the Diversity Working Group for Shambhala International, I am familiar with our collective avoidance of challenging topics like racism and oppression. And, admittedly, I have avoided […] ...