For dealing with the rigors of life, the mind of meditation is a wonderful ally.
Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

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Shambhala Times Feature Stories

  • At the Crossroads At the CrossroadsAs Buddhists, should we avoid the aggression and confusion of politics, becoming islands of peace? by Daniel Phillips At my family’s Thanksgiving dinner, some of us were sympathetic with white supremacist views, some were appalled, and some wanted to not make any waves.  Some were Evangelical Christians who looked forward to the apocalypse, some were […] ...
  • Meritorious Service Award Meritorious Service AwardDr. Laurie Mallery receives high honor for her work in health care and geriatric quality of life by David Brown Laurie Mallery, MD, FRCPC, MSM, has been awarded the Meritorious Service Award by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, through the Governor General of Canada, in recognition of her ongoing work in health care and geriatric quality […] ...
  • Shambhala at Standing Rock Shambhala at Standing RockFlying the Shambhala Flag, practitioners join the Water Protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipe Line by Stephen Wood You may have heard and are hearing many different viewpoints and opinions to Sunday’s extreme escalation of violence and peaceful protest between the Water Protectors and the militarized law enforcement, private contractors, and National Guard.  We have […] ...
  • Deer Park, Part Two Deer Park, Part TwoContemplating the U.S. presidential race and Shambhala; part two of a two-part series by Acharya Daniel Hessey The technologies designed to make our lives more comfortable also distance us from ourselves, from our communities, and from the very Earth which is our home. As people chase comfort and security through materialism, they increasingly lose touch […] ...