Leading up to Shambhala Day 2022, we are pleased to offer daily practice programs through the full end-of-year season (February 20 – March 2).
Join a different Shambhala teacher each day for a talk followed by guided practice.
Events are free and open to all!
To sign up for daily email reminders for End of Year Practices, click here.
End of Year Practice Season 2022 – Live Talk Schedule
Each daily talk will follow roughly the same schedule:
- Welcome (5 mins)
- Talk (~25 mins)
- Chants (40 mins)
- Closing & opportunity to donate
Register Now for End of Year Practices!
Lodro Dorje presents “Pacifying the Turmoil of the Mamos”
February 20, 2022 at 3:00pm EST – Use the time zone converter for your local start time
Learn more about the “Pacifying the Turmoil of the Mamos” liturgy and join in with group recitations of this chant, traditionally practiced at the end of the lunar year. Click here for more information.
John Rockwell presents “Thinking – the Power of Labeling”
February 25, 2022 Time 5:30pm – Use the time zone converter for your local start time.
Continually caught in our thoughts, we can feel clouded and overwhelmed in meditation and in life. In this practice session, talk, and discussion, we will tune into a basic part of our meditation technique. Labeling thoughts “thinking” might seem primitive, a beginner’s approach. Yet Chögyam Trungpa once said, “ . . . you can have ati style labeling, . . . mahamudra type labeling . . .” The most basic can also be the most profound and powerful.
Eve Rosenthal presents “Disempowering the Döns”
February 27, 2022 at 3:00pm EST – Use the time zone converter for your local start time
At the end of the Tibetan year, the accumulated karma of the year can be a time of heightened obstacles known as the “dön season.” Just like the Buddha, we can disempower obstacles through the power of mindfulness and awareness. Join us for practice and discussion during dön season at the close of the Year of the Ox. Click here for more information.
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 this possible
This programming series is presented by the Shambhala Day 2022 planning team. To reach us, please email [email protected]