Aging in the Buddhadharma 2

Part Two of an interview on aging and meditative practice, with Acharya Han de Wit by Adrienne Chang See article

Old Age and The Path

“…freeing oneself from how we used to feel about our practice as it has been defined by our lineage, that is, as defined from the outside, we can and hopefully will be able to redefine our practice from the inside.” See article

Sakyong Practices for Enrichment and Overcoming Obstacles

On December 3rd and 4th, the Sakyong will perform two pujas, or intensive practices, for the benefit of the community and the world. See article

Harvesting the Wisdom of the Seasons

Unlikely as it is, it is again September. Amidst our busy days, we again have the luxury to face our own personal harvest. by Sarah Lipton See article

The Shambhala Protector Chant

In our continuing series on the Shambhala chants, we take a look at protectors manifesting as coincidence. by Russell Rodgers See article

A Vigil for Jampa Pawo

A letter about Jampa Pawo, addressed to the Shambhala Sangha from Norma Harris See article

Finishing One Year, Starting Anew

Practices for the two weeks leading up to Shambhala Day, reflecting on the passage of time and laying a good foundation for the coming year See article

Taking Refuge

The Tibetan word for refuge is chup, “to be protected by.” Every day we wake up and tacitly take refuge in something that we think will offer us security and protection. Most of the time we put our poker chip on the little thing that says “desire.” See article

Paying Attention to Impermanence

In this podcast episode, David Perrin engages the Weekly Dharma Gathering crowd in a lively exchange around one of the foundational tenets of Buddhism: Impermanence. See article

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