Shambhala Sadhana - Online and In Person (limit 12)

December 29th

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    Room: Main Shrine Room

    Both online and in person.

    A Sadhana is a profound form of practice which includes meditation, visualization, recitation of verses and mantras. Central to Tibetan Buddhism, a Sadhana is usually only performed by practitioners who have received the appropriate transmission, however the Shambhala Sadhana is open to Shambhala meditators, friends and family members.

    The Shambhala Sadhana is a simple and potent practice to deepen our connection to basic goodness. It reveals how we can find our tender, perceptive and powerful heart under the usual cover of doubt and panic.

    • the Shambhala Sadhana is profound, and reconnects us to the basic goodness in ourselves, in our community, and in the greater society
    • it brings all levels of practitioners together
    • new students have an opportunity to meet all community members
    • it strengthens and binds together our local Shambhala community
    • it expands the vastness of basic goodness to family and friends
    • it is a natural way to develop Shambhala culture through meditation, food, and conversation

     

    All Shambhala members as well as their family and friends are invited to come together on the new moon to practice.

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    Meeting ID: 836 1901 2422
     

    There will be a limit of 12 people at the Centre. Please register if you wish to attend in person.  Please wear a mask and read and follow direction on signage at the Centre if you will be attending in person.