Ashe Mahamudra 150Spark your heart and mind through the practice of meditation.

Shambhala Vision is rooted in the principle that every human being has a fundamental nature of basic goodness. This nature can be developed in daily life so that it radiates out to family, friends, community and society.

 


Art AppreciationFull Moon, No Clouds: A Mindful Art Gathering with Karen Pearle & Tyler Thompson

Sunday, May 31 | 7 to 9 PM

Come share your appreciation of the phenomenal world with other artists and art appreciators in the art form that most touches your heart whether it be sculpture, dance, prose, poetry, video, painting, music, photography…inspiration is the key! We will enjoy exercises, sharing, discussion, and refreshments.

Everyone is welcome!

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Healing OppressionHealing Personal & Social Oppression with Shastri Charlene Leung & Caren Ohlson

Wednesday, July 8 | 6:30 to 9:00 PM

We’ve inherited a world plagued with social injustices: income inequality, environmental imbalance, racial profiling, sexism, homophobia, to name a few. Understanding how these complex systems operate, let alone doing something about it, can feel overwhelming.

In this engaging Wednesday Practice Night talk, Shastri Charlene Leung and Caren Ohlson will explore how we’ve all been trained at an early age to participate in this world of inequities and how we can all be untrained. This talk is free and open to all.

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FIELFearlessness in Everyday Life

Thursdays, June 18 to July 16 | 7 to 9 PM

The fourth course in the Way of Shambhala series, we learn to work with anxiety so we are not blocked by fear. Through an exploration of the traditional Buddhist teachings of mind and the nature of reality, we learn to see clearly. Daring to face life and death as they are, we begin to open to uncertainty, going beyond hope and fear.

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Taming the Neurotic MindTaming the Neurotic Mind with Sarah Woodard

Wednesday, June 10 | 6:30 to 8:30 PM

“In Buddhist meditation practice there is a conviction that we can practice along with our problems. Our inherent wisdom and neurosis are vibrantly linked, and in fact we rely on our neurosis as a means for taming our minds. ”

Join us for this free Wednesday night dharma talk with Sarah Woodard.

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