Full-Moon Shambhala Sadhana

The Kongma Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche requests that on or near the full moon, we gather as a community throughout Shambhala to practice the Shambhala Sadhana. Shambhala Online is pleased to support this practice, particularly for those who do not live near a center or group, through the recordings on this page.
Heart gifts for the teacher and donations in any amount are appreciated. See the right column for the Heart Gift and Donate buttons.  Thank you for your practice and support!

Shastri Holly Gayley – January 2016

Note:  Due to technical mystery,this program appears in 3 parts, but it’s all there from left to right. You can enlarge the view by clicking on the open square in the lower right corner of the video pod.


Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown — November 2015

Note: the audio is distorted for a few minutes at the beginning, then resolves for the rest of the recording.

Acharya Dan Hessey — August 2015

Please Note:  The recording below is best suited to those who have permission to practice the sadhana, rather than a public / community audience. The practice session is 1 hour 42 minutes, followed by some discussion.  If you prefer one that is better-suited to a community practice, please select one of the recordings above. 

Shastri Holly Gayley – recorded at Denver Shambhala Center, April 2015