Tis the season for visiting land centers, connecting with nature and attending intensive programs. At Shambhala Online we're busy preparing for a new roster of programs, starting in August, and polishing up our catalog of recordings. Check out our proposed 2013-14 Program Schedule here.
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Who Does Shambhala Online Serve?
The radial diagram below shows Shambhala Online (SO) audiences and their respective needs and uses of our services. Click on any node to see more detail. Drag to reposition the diagram. *The asterisks indicate items planned for 2013-14.*
The Birth of Society: A Letter from The Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche
To hear a recording of the Sakyong's letter titled "The Birth of Society" announcing his forthcoming book to the community, The Shambhala Principle: Discovering Humanity's Hidden Treasure, click here. You'll also be able to download the text.
Shambhala Online offers live, interactive talks and teachings with senior teachers from across the worldwide Shambhala community. People can connect via the internet with your centre or from your home.
By removing geographic barriers, Shambhala Online aspires to increase the sense of connectedness of the participants to the Sakyong, the dharma (teachings) and the sangha (internationally and regionally).
We offer programs for every practice level; Learn to Meditate, The Way of Shambhala courses, Book Club, Shambhala Art, as well as programs for tantrikas and sadhakas.
For a list of upcoming events, please see the sidebar on the right or click the Calendar tab above.
Shambhala Online is pleased to be able to connect people from all across the globe. With this technology we can reach every time zone in "real time"! Start times for all programs and events offered at Shambhala Online, are Atlantic Time, Halifax Nova Scotia's time zone.
In order to make sure you do not miss a program, because of confusion about what time it starts in your location, please use this time zone converter.
To learn what is needed to join an online event, please review our HELP page.
Decorum guidelines: how to create an uplifted environment for receiving the teachings via webcast.