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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.
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.
I'm using the Network to organize a volunteer support group for the Shambhala Database. There's also a new User's Group for Administrative Users of the SDB. I'm hoping that these two resources with help people use the SDB to support their Center (or Group) 's efforts. Candlin Dobbs

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Shambhala Times Feature Stories

  • Caring and Conviction Caring and ConvictionCompassion and generosity let friendship survive through challenging times by Francesca Anton Our minister had called a special gathering right after the service.  Steve had been arrested earlier in the week, a horrible picture of him was on the front page of the newspaper with numerous charges (that would later almost completely be eliminated, but […] ...
  • Welcoming the Fire Monkey Welcoming the Fire MonkeyCelebrating Shambhala Day 2016 Cheerful Shambhala Day! To all Shambhalians and fellow practitioners across the globe, from all ofus here at the Shambhala Times, very best wishes for the Year of the Fire Monkey. With Shambhala Day falling on a Tuesday this year, and many centers celebrating this coming weekend, the Times will be waiting […] ...
  • Nepal Epilogue: The Shambhala Lineage Thangka Nepal Epilogue: The Shambhala Lineage ThangkaPresentation of the Shambhala Lineage Thangka auspiciously follows the Gesar of Ling empowerment ceremonies in Pharpeng, Nepal by Walker Blaine Last October was the joyous occasion of the Sakyong and his family receiving the complete transmission of His Eminence Namkha Drimed Rinpoche’s mind-treasure, or gongter, in Pharpeng, Nepal. This two-week ritual event was filled with […] ...
  • The Sakyong’s Year-End Practices The Sakyong's Year-End PracticesMingling our intentions with those of the Sakyong, as he conducts year-end practices on behalf of the entire community by Walker Blaine As Shambhalians conclude the year of the Wood Sheep with practice to overcome obstacles that may have accumulated over the past twelve months, the Sakyong is also concluding the year with a period […] ...