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A Masterful Display of Equestrian Skill

The Shambhala principles apply to all fields of endeavour, empower all activity and creativity.   In the freestyle competition of the Florida Dressage Grand Prix, Lady Diana Mukpo, the Druk Sakyong Wangmo of Shambhala, rode her horse Pascal in finals… Read the full article »

Teachings on Living Courageously

Learning to handle fear is a challenge that many people face. Understanding fear — and become fearless — is an important aspect of the Shambhala teachings.   “Often, when someone tells us not to be afraid, we think they’re saying… Read the full article »

Meditation Research Studies at MIT

Interest in the physiological and psychological effects of meditation have received increased attention from the medical and clinical research communities in the west. In studies sponsored by agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease… Read the full article »

Natural Wakefulness

Anthropologist, professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Naropa University, and senior teacher (acharya) in Shambhala, Gaylon Ferguson’s book Natural Wakefulness: Discovering the Wisdom We Were Born with has been described as a “clear and precise” description of the path of meditation.… Read the full article »

Our Members on the Front Lines – Paul Kelway

When the BP Platform exploded it created a huge environmental disaster. Spreading oil reached the Gulf Coast, fouling beaches and endangering wildlife. The need for a massive clean-up drew volunteers from all over America.   Among them was Paul Kelway,… Read the full article »

Living Peace Initiative

The first Living Peace Award, designed to honour individuals or groups who make an outstanding contribution to world peace, was presented in 2006 by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche His Holiness the Dalai Lama.   “Aggression often seems the most direct and… Read the full article »

Our Members on the Front Lines – Carol Vernal

Recipient of the Red Cross Hero Award in 2007, Shambhala member Carol Vernal, a registered nurse for 40 years, is the founder of Children’s Medical Aid Foundation (CMAF), which provides medical care and special surgeries for the poor village population… Read the full article »

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