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

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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.
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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

  • Receiving the Order of Nova Scotia Receiving the Order of Nova ScotiaThe Shambhala Times is delighted to congratulate Ruth Holmes Whitehead on her receipt of the Order of Nova Scotia! interview by Sarah Lipton, Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief edited by Chris Schuman, Shambhala Times Intern The Order of Nova Scotia is the province’s highest honor. Presented by Her Majesty the Queen’s representative in Nova Scotia, it encourages […] ...
  • A Hundred Years Later A Hundred Years LaterA Collaborative Article Chronicling the Cultural History around the Hungarian Shambhala Group in Budapest written by Acharya Matias Pongracz, Peter Nowak, Daniel Zoltan Boldog and Robert Potor The Hungarian Shambhala Group was founded three years ago in Budapest. Currently we have about ten active members and over the past few years more than 100 people […] ...
  • Compassionate Brush Compassionate BrushContemplative Art Project with the Vancouver School Board article, photos and video by Brian Callahan On October 21st, His Holiness XIV Dalai Lama visited a Vancouver high school to dialogue with students on the importance of educating the heart as well as the mind. HHDL’s visit was hosted by John Oliver Secondary School and Vancouver’s […] ...
  • Is Tolerance Enough? Is Tolerance Enough?Questions and Answers from: Seeds of War, Seeds of Peace Investigating Religious Conflict in Today’s World Presidential Lecture by Richard Reoch, President of Shambhala Buddhism “If the world had only one religion,” asked one of the students,”would we still have the same problems that we have today?” This was one of the questions I was […] ...