Category Archives: Current-Events

Event: Touching the Earth – Online Talk for July

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A public talk presented by the Touching the Earth Collective and hosted by Shambhala Online

Two-Eyed Seeing

Albert Marshall, Mi’kwaq elder, in conversation with Christine Heming

Climate change activists have been calling for indigenous peoples to be part of the solution to tackling climate change, emphasizing their traditional wisdom and practical knowledge.  Elder Albert Marshall’s two-eyed seeing is a guiding principle for how to join indigenous wisdom and knowledge with Western science and technology in a collaborative effort of co-learning how to live on this earth in a balanced and sustainable way.

Saturday, July 25 at the following times:

12:00pm Pacific / 1:00pm Mountain / 2:00pm Central / 3:00pm Eastern / 4:00pm Atlantic / 19:00 UK / 20:00 CET

About the Presenters

Elder Albert Marshall, HonDLitt – Mi’kmaw Nation is a highly respected and much loved Elder of the Mi’kmaw Nation; he lives in Eskasoni First Nation in Unama’ki (Cape Breton), Nova Scotia, and is a passionate advocate of cross-cultural understandings and healing, and of our human responsibilities to care for all creatures and our Earth Mother.  Elder Albert coined the phrase “two-eyed seeing” for the gift of multiple perspectives, and he encourages its use as a guiding principle for the co-learning journey of different cultures working together. It encourages that we learn to see from one eye with the best of the Indigenous knowledges and ways of knowing, and learn to see from the other eye with the best of Western or mainstream knowledges and ways of knowing.

 

Christine Heming has been a practitioner and teacher in the Buddhist tradition for over 40 years. She is a board member of Centre for Local Prosperity, a nonprofit society in Nova Scotia focused on engaging communities in the Atlantic region in conversations and actions to build local economic resilience and regenerative ecological practices in agriculture, forestry and energy. Elder Marshall is one of the Centre’s “Thinkers,” a frequent participant in the Thinkers Lodge retreats.

 

 

 

Registration

Individuals: $10.  

Patrons: $20. (The Patron rate supports our efforts to connect teachers and learners through online programs. In particular, it helps us offer the generosity policy to those in need.)

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Event: Touching the Earth – Online Talk for August

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A public talk presented by the Touching the Earth Collective and hosted by Shambhala Online

Let Your Sustainability Values Lead the Way
with Mayela Manasjan
 
Saturday, August 15 at the following times:
11:00am Pacific / 12:00pm Mountain / 1:00pm Central / 2:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Atlantic / 18:00 UK / 19:00 CET
 
Think of your life purpose. Why are you here and what do you want to accomplish? Which of your core values will guide your behavior as you attempt to live a purposeful life? Your core values reflect what is important to you and they provide the foundation for your decisions, goals, and life. When you align with your core values, you create more energy and a sense of fulfillment in your life because you’re leading from what is most important to you. In this workshop, we will identify your core values, define and connect with them, share and understand each other’s core values, and explore ways to manifest your core values in your daily life. 
 

About the Presenter

Mayela Manasjan believes in the importance of leading with 3 G’s: Gratitude, Gentleness, and Generosity. She has worked diligently throughout her 19-year career as an environmental scientist to protect the environment for the benefit of all current and future generations.

Mayela is the Executive Director of Casa Werma, Chief Environmental Optimist (CEO) of The Manasjan Consultancy, and podcast host of “Tiny Climate Challenge” and serves on a variety of boards dedicated to engaging, educating and empowering communities on critical environmental issues. Among her environmental and sustainability achievements, Mayela was instrumental in developing climate action plans that require 100 percent clean energy for the cities of Encinitas and Del Mar, California, was a leadership panel speaker with former Vice President Al Gore in 2019 and is the proud recipient of the 2017 Climate Leader Award from the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative. 

 

Mayela has a B.S. in environmental systems with an emphasis in ecology, behavior, and evolution from UC San Diego, and a MS in executive leadership from the University of San Diego.

 

Registration

Individuals: $10.  

Patrons: $20. (The Patron rate supports our efforts to connect teachers and learners through online programs. In particular, it helps us offer the generosity policy to those in need.)

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Event: Sunday Gathering – The Intangible World of Drala and Enriching Presence

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The Shambhala teachings include a variety of practices – some more formal, like meditation and sadhana practice, while others are more shamanic in nature.  These more ‘informal’ practices (i.e., lhasang, embodiment, perception, the arts, healing, etc.) are designed to promote our investigation and engagement with the intangible-energetic presence in the world. 

However, these energetic principles, so central to the warrior’s health and vitality, can often seem ambiguous and frustratingly hard to ‘read’ or understand. In any new practice, because we lack experience, it’s common to follow the practice instructions quite literally, rather than have an intuitive or felt sense of it. So, can we warriors open and relax more – enough to make a move, a gesture towards meeting and welcoming the intangible presence surrounding us? If the answer is ‘YES’, please join this conversation about the importance and urgency to establish a mutual relationship with intangible presence. Beyond the enjoyment of richness and beauty, it will bring benefit to the natural world, human society and our own body, speech and mind.

About the teacher
Agness Au is a Sangyum of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche’s student. A senior Shambhala Buddhist teacher and Warrior Assembly director, Agness teaches workshops and classes internationally on “The Inseparable Union of the Feminine and Masculine Principles.” Agness is a former fashion director and business owner, and currently a freelance art director in Boulder, after spending many years in NYC.

 

ABOUT SUNDAY GATHERINGS

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

Sunday Gatherings are presented in English and are live every week at: 
North America: 12:00pm PST, 1:00pm MST, 2:00pm CST, 3:00pm EST/CLT, 4:00pm  Atlantic/BRT, 8:00pm GMT
International: 9:00pm  CET/SAST, 5:00pm  +1 AEST, 7:00pm  +1NZST

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Event: Loving-kindness and Compassion – Heart Medicine for Difficult Times

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Loving-kindness and Compassion – Heart Medicine for Difficult Times
with Acharya Barbara Märtens
 
Saturday, July 18 
Times:
Europe: 19:00 (UK) / 20:00 (Central Europe)
North America:  11:00 am (Pacific) / 12:00/noon (Mountain) / 1pm (Central and Mexico City) / 2pm (Eastern) / 3pm (Atlantic)
South America: 2pm (Chile) / 3pm (Sao Paulo) 
 
Hosted by the Shambhala Iberian Region
 
The talk will be given in English, with simultaneous interpretation in Spanish and possibly more languages.
 
In these last few months, our world has been in upheaval at both a societal and a personal level. Just as the soil is plowed and loosened in springtime, so have our heart and mind been jolted and unsettled as a result of these difficult times. Our familiar ways to find comfort and ease may not be available to us now. And what has been revealed to us about ourselves and others may be both troubling and inspiring. It is especially in these moments where we have the opportunity to find the tenderness that we already have: that soft, unguarded place that can awaken loving-kindness toward ourselves and compassion for others.

This talk explores the facets of our own humanness and how the teachings of friendliness toward ourselves and kindness toward others can be both healing and empowering in the midst of uncertainty and difficulty.

 
About the Teacher
 
Acharya Barbara Märtens is trained in cultural pedagogy, Zen-arts and contemplative psychology. She teaches Maitri Space Awareness practice and other contemplative approaches to art, work, and to life in general. Her special emphasis lies in training sense perception and creative expression in individual and group work. She is a Shambhala and Buddhist teacher with more than 20 years of practice. Today she is a member of faculty in Karuna and Upaya, an organization for contemplative psychology, health and art. She has two grown up children and lives in Hamburg, Germany.
 
Registration Options
FREE–Donations gratefully accepted
Patron rate: $20.
(The revenue from this event will go to Dechen Chöling, the European retreat center in Shambhala.)
 
Here is a link to donate directly to DCL: https://www.dechencholing.org/donate/ .
 
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Benevolencia y compasión: medicina del corazón para tiempos difíciles

Con Acharya Barbara Märtens

Sábado 18 de julio
A las 19:00 (Reino Unido) / 20:00 (Hora de Europa Central)

América: 11:00 (Hora del Pacífico) / 12:00/mediodía (Hora de la montaña) / 13:00 (Hora central) / 14:00 (Hora del este) / 15:00 (Hora atlántica)

Ofrecida por Shambhala Región Ibérica

La charla será en inglés con interpretación simultánea al español y posiblemente a más idiomas.

SE OFRECE GRATUITAMENTE: agradecemos la aportación de cualquier donativo.
(Nota: el importe recaudado irá íntegramente destinado a Dechen Chöling, el centro europeo de retiros de Shambhala).
Puedes usar este enlace para donar directamente a DCL

En los últimos meses, nuestro mundo se ha visto sacudido, tanto a nivel social como personal. Igual que la tierra se ara y se remueve en primavera, también nuestro corazón y nuestra mente han sentido el impacto y la agitación debidos a estos tiempos difíciles. Es posible que nuestra manera habitual de buscar consuelo y alivio no se encuentre a nuestro alcance ahora. Y que lo que hemos descubierto sobre nosotros y sobre los demás sea a la vez preocupante e inspirador. Precisamente en estos momentos es cuando tenemos la oportunidad de encontrar esa ternura que ya poseemos: ese punto suave y expuesto que puede despertar la benevolencia hacia nosotros y la compasión hacia los demás.

Esta charla explora las diferentes caras de nuestra propia humanidad y cómo las enseñanzas de la amistad hacia nosotros y amabilidad hacia los demás pueden ser al mismo tiempo sanadoras y empoderadoras en medio de la incertidumbre y la dificultad.

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Event: Shambhala Online Book of the Month – September 2020

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Welcome to this new initiative offered by Shambhala Online!

The Shambhala Online Book of the Month is an opportunity to learn about the recently published books from our many wonderful Shambhala authors and get to know them a little!

Each author will present the book’s main teaching and share what inspired them to write about it. Their presentation will be followed by a Q&A where you will be able to engage them and explore their past, current and future offerings.
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Featured Book for September

Meeting Your Mind: Harnessing the World’s Greatest Resource

by Carol Hyman

 

Human beings are the greatest natural resource on the planet. If it sometimes doesn’t seem that way, it’s because our inherent wealth is hidden under layers of confusion. Much of what we mistake for reality is really a jumble of the tendencies, attitudes, and preconceptions that are part of our individual human baggage. Although we may understand this, we usually believe our thoughts accurately reflect reality. This hidden assumption is a major cause of confusion, which gives rise to conflicts—in our society, in the larger world, and at times within ourselves. But it is possible to untangle confusion and deal with conflict productively. Meeting Your Mind explains how human beings can direct their attention, detect their own patterns, and deliver benefit to the world.

 

 

 

 

About the Author

Carol S Hyman is the Executive Director of Applied Mindfulness Training, Inc. In addition, she is a writer, coach, and consultant who has practiced and taught mindfulness and other contemplative disciplines for more than three decades. She was Resident Director for Shambhala Training in Atlanta, Georgia for nine years and twice directed Warrior Assembly. Carol has also been a partner in a renovations company and a project manager for numerous editorial endeavors, including a previously unpublished collection of the writings of Anne Morrow Lindbergh. In 2019 she published her own book, Meeting Your Mind. Carol lives in Vermont.

 

 

Join live or watch later!

 

The live session is scheduled for Saturday, September 12 at the following times:

11:00am (Pacific) / 12:00pm (Mountain) / 1:00pm (Central) / 2:00pm (Eastern) / 3:00pm (Atlantic) / 19:00 (UK) / 20:00 (Central Europe)

 

Fee: $5 Individual / Patron $10 / Center $20 / Group $15

 

Please register (log in below) so we can send you:

– A link to participate in the live event

– Access to view the archived video after the live event concludes

Questions? Write to [email protected].

 

To view the full schedule of our Shambhala Online Book of the Month offerings, or to view past recordings, please click here.

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Event: Shambhala Online Book of the Month – October 2020

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Welcome to this new initiative offered by Shambhala Online!

The Shambhala Online Book of the Month is an opportunity to learn about the recently published books from our many wonderful Shambhala authors and get to know them a little!

Each author will present the book’s main teaching and share what inspired them to write about it. Their presentation will be followed by a Q&A where you will be able to engage them and explore their past, current and future offerings.
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Featured Book for October

Tiny New York: The Smallest Things in the Biggest City

by Suzi Siegel

 

Tiny New York peeks into the city’s nooks and crannies to find the little things that tell the real New York story. Because in New York, Tiny isn’t cute. It’s tough. Tiny doesn’t wait for handouts. It hustles. Tiny isn’t insignificant. It’s precise. Tiny isn’t a jack-of-all-trades. It’s the master of one.

There are plenty of books about New York City. But there has never been a book about the smallest things in the biggest city.

 

 

 

 

 

About the Author

Suzi Siegel, who is little, grew up in a little apartment in the Bronx. She is a former investigative reporter and travel writer. Thus, she is uniquely qualified to write a book full of words about the tiny things in New York City that might have otherwise gone unnoticed. Siegel has worked as a crime reporter in Detroit, an assistant to Sean “Diddy” Combs, and a travel writer for Marie Claire magazine. Siegel lives in Jackson Heights, Queens, one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods. She is a longtime meditator and member of the Shambhala community and even included a quote from Chögyam Trungpa in her book.

 

 

 

 

Join live or watch later!

 

The live session is scheduled for Sunday, October 18 at the following times:

11:00am (Pacific) / 12:00pm (Mountain) / 1:00pm (Central) / 2:00pm (Eastern) / 3:00pm (Atlantic) / 19:00 (UK) / 20:00 (Central Europe)

 

Fee: $5 Individual / Patron $10 / Center $20 / Group $15

 

Please register (log in below) so we can send you:

– A link to participate in the live event

– Access to view the archived video after the live event concludes

Questions? Write to [email protected].

 

To view the full schedule of our Shambhala Online Book of the Month offerings, or to view past recordings, please click here.

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Event: Sunday Gathering – A Conversation with Agness Au

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Join us for a conversation with Sangyum Agness Au. Topic to be detemined and announced soon!

About the teacher
Agness Au is a Sangyum of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche’s student. A senior Shambhala Buddhist teacher and Warrior Assembly director, Agness teaches workshops and classes internationally on “The Inseparable Union of the Feminine and Masculine Principles.” Agness is a former fashion director and business owner, and currently a freelance art director in Boulder, after spending many years in NYC.

 

ABOUT SUNDAY GATHERINGS

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

Sunday Gatherings are presented in English and are live every week at: 
North America: 12:00pm PST, 1:00pm MST, 2:00pm CST, 3:00pm EST/CLT, 4:00pm  Atlantic/BRT, 8:00pm GMT
International: 9:00pm  CET/SAST, 5:00pm  +1 AEST, 7:00pm  +1NZST

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These events are offered free of charge to Shambhala members. Please consider making a donation to support the presenters and production staff that make Sunday Gatherings possible, please click here >> 

REGISTRATION

Register below for each upcoming talk. A Zoom link will be sent to you after registration.

Price: This program is FREE of charge
Patron: $20.00
(The Patron rate helps us offer the generosity policy to those in need of discounts or scholarships)

Registration questions? Email [email protected]


Shambhala Online is self-supporting. Your generosity in making a donation so that we may continue to offer free programs is greatly appreciated!

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Event: Sunday Gathering – Warriorship In A Time of Crisis

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In Shambhala:The Sacred Path of the Warrior, Trungpa Rinpohe writes “The current state of world affairs is a source of concern to all of us.” Decades later this is still true and Acharya Ferguson will lead us in a discussion as well as guide a “Welcoming” practice for us all.

About the teacher
Soon after reading Meditation in Action Acharya Gaylon Ferguson heard the Vidyadhara (Chögyam Trungpa) teach several summer seminars in Vermont. In 1973. He joined Tail of the Tiger Buddhist Community (now Karmê Chöling) where he worked in the garden, set the tractor on fire and took people into retreat. Acharya Ferguson attended the 1975 Vajradhatu Seminary and taught briefly at The Naropa Institute. He returned to Karmê Chöling in 1979 as a staff member in the Practice and Study Department, and then as Executive Co-Director In 1979. For the Spring Semester of 2006, Acharya Ferguson was Visiting Professor in Religious Studies at Naropa University. His article, “Making Friends with Ourselves” from Dharma, Color, and Culture was selected for inclusion in The Best Buddhist writing: 2005. In 2006 he joined the core faculty in Interdisciplinary Studies at Naropa. Acharya Ferguson has a B.A in African Studies from Yale and a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from Stanford. He currently resides in Boulder, Colorado.

ABOUT SUNDAY GATHERINGS

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

Sunday Gatherings are presented in English and are live every week at: 
North America: 12:00pm PST, 1:00pm MST, 2:00pm CST, 3:00pm EST/CLT, 4:00pm  Atlantic/BRT, 8:00pm GMT
International: 9:00pm  CET/SAST, 5:00pm  +1 AEST, 7:00pm  +1NZST

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Make A Donation
These events are offered free of charge to Shambhala members. Please consider making a donation to support the presenters and production staff that make Sunday Gatherings possible, please click here >> 

REGISTRATION

Register below for each upcoming talk. A Zoom link will be sent to you after registration.

Price: This program is free of charge
Patron: $20.00
(The Patron rate helps us offer the generosity policy to those in need of discounts or scholarships)

Registration questions? Email [email protected]


Shambhala Online is self-supporting. Your generosity in making a donation so that we may continue to offer free programs is greatly appreciated!

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Event: Sunday Gathering – Enlightened Society and the I Ching

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How does human society arise from the primordial world? How can it reflect Heaven’s wisdom and integrate with the Earth’s natural systems? How can humanity tame and structure society so it is socially and ecologically harmonious? How can we entrain the wisdom and energy of sacred natural principles—such as Heaven, Earth, the elements, and the seasons—into social structures and human interactions? The Yijing addressed these questions millennia ago.

The Yijing teaches us how to engineer social ecologies to be resonant with natural wisdom, inclusive, environmentally healthy, and caring. These advanced social ecologies—which I have called “enlightened society”—support the journey of awakening for every part of society.

The Yijing arose at the dawn of written human history, but its principles are fresh. By joining the Yijing with the wisdom of Buddhism and the Shambhala traditions, this work attempts to explore and renew its metaphors, uncover its structure, and appreciate its wisdom in terms that are accessible to the modern reader. This translation and commentary offers the Yijing as a resource and guide for virtuous leaders, those who live to serve others, and those who aspire to foster healthy, awake societies in these challenging times.

About the teacher
Acharya Daniel Hessey discovered the dharma in 1973 when he read Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s book Meditation in Action. He moved to Tail of the Tiger (now Karmê Chöling ) the following year. He has lived in Shambhala communities  — Karmê Chöling, Shambhala Mountain Center and Marpa House -­- for the majority of his adult life. He served as Co-Director of what is now Shambhala Mountain Center (SMC) from 1985 to 1992, and has served on its Board of Directors for the last five years. He has taught the Shambhala dharma extensively in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Australia. Before his appointment as an Acharya, he served as the Shastri for both SMC and the Fort Collins Shambhala Center. Acharya Hessey is on the founding board of The Beanstalk Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Denver, Colorado. It is dedicated to supporting grassroots social entrepreneurs. Over the last ten years he has translated the Yijing (I Ching) from Chinese into English under the direction of Eva Wong. In his spare time he plays jazz standards haltingly on his guitar. Acharya Hessey is a residential mortgage banker in Boulder Colorado, and the proud father of daughter Emma who is about to graduate high school.

 

ABOUT SUNDAY GATHERINGS

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

Sunday Gatherings are presented in English and are live every week at: 
North America: 12:00pm PST, 1:00pm MST, 2:00pm CST, 3:00pm EST/CLT, 4:00pm  Atlantic/BRT, 8:00pm GMT
International: 9:00pm  CET/SAST, 5:00pm  +1 AEST, 7:00pm  +1NZST

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REGISTRATION

Register below for each upcoming talk. A Zoom link will be sent to you after registration.

Price: This program is FREE of charge
Patron: $20.00
(The Patron rate helps us offer the generosity policy to those in need of discounts or scholarships)

Registration questions? Email [email protected]


Shambhala Online is self-supporting. Your generosity in making a donation so that we may continue to offer free programs is greatly appreciated!

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Event: Sunday Gathering – Working with Uncertainty

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Join Shastri John Seex for meditation practice and a discussion about working with uncertainty.

About the teacher
John Seex (Bristol, UK) has been a member of Shambhala and a student of the Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche for over twenty years. He works as a psychotherapist, a psychotherapy teacher, serving on the faculty of Karuna Training in Europe. He and his wife, Sophie (also in Shambhala) have two children and live near Stroud. He has a strong connection to Shambhala Meditation and has been teaching Running with the Mind of Meditation.

 

ABOUT SUNDAY GATHERINGS

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

Sunday Gatherings are presented in English and are live every week at: 
North America: 12:00pm PST, 1:00pm MST, 2:00pm CST, 3:00pm EST/CLT, 4:00pm  Atlantic/BRT, 8:00pm GMT
International: 9:00pm  CET/SAST, 5:00pm  +1 AEST, 7:00pm  +1NZST

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To receive ongoing reminders about Sunday Gatherings, click here to join the mailing list >> 

Make A Donation
These events are offered free of charge to Shambhala members. Please consider making a donation to support the presenters and production staff that make Sunday Gatherings possible, please click here >> 

REGISTRATION

Register below for each upcoming talk. A Zoom link will be sent to you after registration.

Price: This program is FREE of charge
Patron: $20.00
(The Patron rate helps us offer the generosity policy to those in need of discounts or scholarships)

Registration questions? Email [email protected]


Shambhala Online is self-supporting. Your generosity in making a donation so that we may continue to offer free programs is greatly appreciated!

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