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The Five Keys to Mindful Communication

“We can value and learn from all the conversations in our lives, whether they are pleasant, irritating, or seemingly unimportant.” – Author Susan Gillis Chapman   We want to be seen, heard, and known for who we are, to have… Read the full article »

Shambhala’s Role in an Emerging Field

By David Whitehorn, PhD, MSN Director, Atlantic Centre for Contemplative Science and Technology – http://accsat.org   Contemplative Studies is a termed currently being used to identify a growing field of study that is centered on the application of contemplative concepts and practices… Read the full article »

The Wisdom of a Broken Heart

“The heart that is broken has been broken open. When my heart was broken, it changed my life…. I still breathe in the consequences of this incredibly difficult event every day — but with gratitude, not despair. From this most… Read the full article »

Training the Mind and Body

“The body benefits from movement, and the mind benefits from stillness. When we give our mind and body what benefits them, a natural harmony and balance takes place… The bones and tendons of the mind are mindfulness and awareness. Mindfulness is the mind’s… Read the full article »

Our Members on the Front Lines – Taz Tagore

In 2004, Shambhala member Taz Tagore started the Reciprocity Foundation with Adam Bucko, a non-profit organization devoted to working with homeless youth to help them regain and improve their well being.  The Reciprocity Foundation has pioneered a different way to work… Read the full article »

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