Shambhala Online Weekly Dharma Gathering
“On Silence: Skillful Means for Modern Times”
with Dr. Claudelle Glasgow
Hosted by Dr. Shanté Smalls
All are welcome to join these weekly events, which include guided meditation and a talk and discussion with a featured guest teacher.
On February 27, we will welcome Dr. Claudelle Glasgow for their talk “On Silence: Skillful Means for Modern Times.”
This tradition of the Weekly Dharma Gathering began at Shambhala New York in the early 1990s as a way to welcome the greater community into the Shambhala center. Today, many Shambhala centers around the world continue to host these open houses for members and friends of the Shambhala community. We hope that these events will allow us to collectively examine the issues facing our sangha and larger society by spotlighting new and fresh voices across our mandala.
The Shambhala Online Weekly Dharma Gathering series is hosted and curated by Dr. Shanté Paradigm Smalls. Dr. Smalls is a teacher in the Shambhala lineage and student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. They are assistant professor of Black Culture and Literature, as well as as a performer and performance studies scholar. Dr. Smalls has published work on hip hop, film, queer performance, and a host of other scholarly topics. Connect with Shanté on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Join live or watch later. When you register for a talk, you’ll receive:
A link to view the event live
Access to view the archived video after the live event concludes
The cost is $10 for the General Public and $20 for Patrons who wish to pay-it-forward. Because we are committed to making these programs accessible to all, there is also a 25% discount option that one can select for each talk. If you are facing significant financial hardship, please email Barbara at [email protected].
7:00pm ET – Welcome & guided meditation
7:25pm ET – Dharma talk
7:55pm ET – Q&A with teacher
8:10pm ET – Announcements
About the Teacher
Claudelle R. Glasgow, PsyD. SEP is a licensed Psychologist in Oregon. They have over 15 years in the mental health field, with focus areas on radical Being, trauma-informed treatment, depression, and anxiety. She views the sacred, the arts, and community as the ground of healing.