Shambhala Sunday Gathering - Brokenness and Belonging in a Time of War

Date: Sunday, June 5, 2022 (15:00 -16:00)

3:00 pm Eastern Time
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Suggested Donation: $20
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What does it mean to practice peace in a time of polarization, war, and even genocide? Taking an embodied approach, we’ll explore our longing to belong, our human tendency toward tribalism, and the challenge and possibility of awakening our primordial heart.


Ellen Korman Mains is the author of “Buried Rivers: A Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust” and has been teaching within the Shambhala community for over 45 years. Her work focuses on bringing mind and body together, cultivating compassionate self-awareness, and healing the imprints of collective and ancestral trauma. For more information, visit


Please join us every Sunday for an online gathering of the Shambhala community worldwide. This online space is a place where we can practice meditation together, hear dharma teachings from a featured guest teacher, learn more about the activities of incredible people in our sangha, engage in discussion – and connect with one another, our community, and our hearts.

Sunday Gatherings are produced by Shambhala Global Services and hosted by Shambhala Online

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