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How Mindfulness Can Save Us From Drowning in Potential

Shambhala NY Sangha writer Georgia Pettit writes about singer Jenny Lewis, New Year’s resolutions and how we can start the new year not with criticism and condemnation, but with an appreciation for the mind, body, and heart we have today.

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Creating Enlightened T-shirts

Shambhala Meditation Center of Los Angeles’ own David Fraioli shares a new venture and discusses how as Shambalians we can infuse enlightened society in our everyday lives. Sounds weird right? In Shambhala we talk about creating enlightened society and that includes everything: education, politics, religion, business, trade, technology, the arts…and fashion. What you wear and … Continue 

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Shambhala Times Article: Bandit Soup – A Recipe for Love, Courage and Songwriting

Shambhala Meditation Center of Los Angeles own meditation teacher and longtime Shambhala practitioner Bill Bothwell discusses his journey as a musician and student of the Shambhala dharma.

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Tricycle Article: The Dharma in a Single Drawing

As we approach the 28th parinirvana of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, this article written by John J. Baker, a close student, relates profound and personal teachings from the Druk Sakyong.  This article originally appeared in Tricycle Magazine.  In the fall of 1970 Bob Lester, then Chairman of the Religious Studies Department at the University of Colorado (CU), … Continue 

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Meditating On What Life Is Supposed to Look Like

This personal account of Shambhala training level one by Jessica Runck speaks honestly and from the heart. This article originally appeared in the Fargo Forum “Homegrown Hollywood” column Jessica writes – www.inforum.com My fiancé is a Buddhist. When I first told my grandmother, she made a sound reserved for those whose grandchildren are a constant … Continue 

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