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Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021

How can we share Shambhala with sangha members who have different relationships with the Sakyong than we do? In Sharing Shambhala, we listen deeply to each other across our diverse views and experiences, and look for ways forward as a community.

 

Date: Sunday, October 17, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Arawana Hayashi

The presentation will explore how the dharma art teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche are the foundation for the creation of Social Presencing Theater, an arts-based social change process.

 

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021

How can we share Shambhala with sangha members who have different relationships with the Sakyong than we do? In Sharing Shambhala, we listen deeply to each other across our diverse views and experiences, and look for ways forward as a community.

 

Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021
Teacher: Cynthia Moku

Addressing current issues on the climate changing, with knowledge being offered to the world from both ancestral traditions of Polynesian ocean culture and current science & innovation technologies. How these topics interface with and can inform us

 

Date: Sunday, October 24, 2021
Teacher: Sabine Rolf

Can something be truly new?* How is unique different from new?* This Sunday session will offer an investigation of the chimera of ‘new’, the wild and unrealistic notion that we will feel better if we acquire something new.

 

Date: Sunday, October 31, 2021
Teachers: Shastri Janet Bronstein & Dr. Peter Nowak

Janet Bronstein and Peter Nowak share about a new Shambhala initiative that seeks ways to measure the societal health and well-being of our community in an ongoing way. Why is this important? How can we even do this? Come learn more!

 

Date: Friday, November 5, 2021

How can we share Shambhala with sangha members who have different relationships with the Sakyong than we do? In Sharing Shambhala Part 2, we contemplate what we have heard from each other and look for ways forward as a community.

 

Date: Sunday, November 7, 2021
Teachers: Shastri Janet Bronstein & Dr. Peter Nowak

Janet Bronstein and Peter Nowak share about a new Shambhala initiative that seeks ways to measure the societal health and well-being of our community in an ongoing way. Why is this important? How can we even do this? Come learn more!

 

Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2021

How can we share Shambhala with sangha members who have different relationships with the Sakyong than we do? In Sharing Shambhala Part 2, we contemplate what we have heard from each other and look for ways forward as a community.

 

Date: Saturday, November 13, 2021

How can we share Shambhala with sangha members who have different relationships with the Sakyong than we do? In Sharing Shambhala Part 2, we contemplate what we have heard from each other and look for ways forward as a community.

 

Date: Sunday, November 14, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Fleet Maull

Fleet Maull leads this month’s “Second Sunday” Maitri Bhavana, so we can practice for the wellbeing of others. Maitri Bhavana is a practice that is done for the benefit of the seriously ill, or for major global turmoil and disasters.

 

Date: Thursday, November 18, 2021

How can we share Shambhala with sangha members who have different relationships with the Sakyong than we do? In Sharing Shambhala Part 2, we contemplate what we have heard from each other and look for ways forward as a community.

 

Date: Sunday, November 21, 2021
Teacher: Thomas Berthoff

Join this exploration of what deeply understanding impermanence implies, how impermanence determines the path the Buddha taught, and how impermanence interacts with egolessness and suffering to provide the framework for all of the Buddha's teachings.

 

Date: Friday, November 26, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Mathias Pongracz

 

Date: Sunday, November 28, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Daniele Bollini

Humanity is living in a democracy, economic, and environmental crisis. Yet we postpone solutions and pretend the problems are not there. This talk explores the Buddhist notion of avidya (basic ignorance), and why we resist a clear perception of reality.

 

Date: Sunday, December 5, 2021
Teacher: Susan Skjei

Join Susan Skjei for a Sunday Gathering with community practice, a dharma talk, and group discussion and sharing.

 

Date: Sunday, December 12, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Mathias Pongracz

Mathias Pongracz leads this month’s “Second Sunday” Maitri Bhavana, so we can practice for the wellbeing of others. Maitri Bhavana is a practice that is done for the benefit of the seriously ill, or for major global turmoil and disasters.

 

Date: Sunday, December 19, 2021
Teacher: Touching The Earth Collective

Join us for a SUPER family friendly and fun-filled celebration of Children's Day and the Winter Solstice as a way to connect with the cycles of the seasons and the importance of family and children. Hosted by the Touching the Earth Collective.

 

Date: Sunday, December 26, 2021

Learn or refresh your connection to the practice of meditation as taught by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, based on archival talks in the summer of 1974 to an audience of new students.

 

Date: Sunday, December 26, 2021
Teacher: Kristine McCutcheon

Shambhala has adopted a Code of Conduct. Part I & II looked at the dharma behind the Code and how we can bring it into our daily life. Part III will explore how we can be friendly to ourselves, kinder to others, and actually be of help.

 

Date: Friday, December 31, 2021

This registration option (for a substantial discount!) is for the entire year-long series (5 courses) which provides an in-depth exploration of the foundational Buddhist teachings of the Hinayana through the lens of the Shambhala terma teachings.

 

Teacher: Walker Blaine

This course is a progressive exploration of the core elements of the Shambhala Buddhist tradition, which is the union of warriorship and Buddhism.

 

Teachers: Acharya Suzann Duquette & Walker Blaine & Timothy Quigley & Andrea Doukas

 

Teacher: Acharya Eric Spiegel

This five week course on death and dying includes 5 pre-recorded talks along with two live events: Saturdays, September 18 and October 16 at 2pm (ET).

 

Teacher: Walker Blaine

This course offers an in-depth commentary on the chant "The Verses of the Eight Auspicious Nobel Ones", which was written by Jamgon Mipham Gyatso.

 

Teacher: Holly Gayley

Please join us for this three-month journey of dharma exploration and community conversations. Course begins on September, 25th.

 

Teachers: Shastri Sue Gilman & Tara Templin & Ladawn Haglund

This class applies the logic and wisdom of Shambhala Training Levels 1-5 ("Heart of Warriorship") as a dharmic support for white Shambhala practitioners to examine whiteness and racism personally and societally.

 

Teacher: Walker Blaine

Este curso consiste en un comentario en profundidad sobre el canto “Los versos de los ocho nobles auspiciosos”, que escribió Jamgön Mipham Gyatso.

 

Date: Friday, January 14, 2022
Teacher: Gaylon Ferguson

The culmination of the original Shambhala Training foundational teachings, welcome in your experience.