Even though you may be living in a city in the [twenty first] century, you can learn to experience the sacredness, the nowness, of reality.
Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche


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

1 Login The first step is to login. Login with your Shambhala Account at right.
2 Take a Tour Each section of the site has a tour. Click the 'Home Page Tour' at top right to get started. (Hint: login first)
3 Participate Update your profile, connect with friends, browse groups, maybe join a conversation.
Easy way to send/receive messages to people I am working with on Shambhala projects. Easy way to exchange messages with my Shambhala friends. Set up a global group to exchange ideas about "broadening and deepening" the Shambhala foot print" in our local communities. I look forward to see what comes of that. Tanya Tussing, Austin

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Shambhala Times Feature Stories

  • The Rabbi’s Gifts The Rabbi's GiftsCOLUMN: Aging in Enlightened Society by Jackie Roberts In 2002, I moved back to my native home of Denver to assist my elderly parents who were in their 80s.  Mostly a dutiful daughter, I had stayed in frequent touch by phone and visits, yet had not truly noticed the changes in their health and lifestyle. […] ...
  • Jetsun Yudra Celebrates Her 2nd Birthday Jetsun Yudra Celebrates Her 2nd Birthdayby Ian Bascetta, Continuity Kusung On a sunny and slightly frozen Saturday afternoon, Jetsun Yudra celebrated her second birthday with a festive and cheerful gathering at the Kalapa Court in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Just before the celebrations began, the Sakyong bestowed birthday blessings upon Jetsun Yudra in the company of the Sakyong Wangmo and Jetsun […] ...
  • Local, Healthy Fare at Windhorse Retreat Ceter Local, Healthy Fare at Windhorse Retreat CeterCOLUMN: KITCHEN WISDOM by Lisa Harris, Column Co-Host Sue Firer is the manager of Windhorse Retreat Center, the only Shambhala land center in the Midwest. She is likely to be in the kitchen cooking up healthy fare for all of the participants during programs and retreats. I recently spoke with her about food, cooking, practice […] ...
  • The Koan of Basic Goodness The Koan of Basic GoodnessCOLUMN: Dispatches from the Front Lines by Shastri Jennifer Woodhull Photos courtesy of Maxine Sidran and Joey Johannsen  Dispatches from the Front Lines is a bimonthly column initiated by Shastri Jennifer Woodhull of Cape Town, South Africa. It’s intended to open up dialog concerning the conflicts dogging Shambhala groups and centers all over the world. So far, […] ...