Proclaiming Humanity's Goodness: Shambhala Meditation

with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Acharya Eve Rosenthal, Acharya Noel McLellan, Shastri Linda Mockeridge

February 3rd—February 5th -Date postponed or cancelled

Date details +
  • $100.00 Program Price
  • $125.00 Patron Price
  • Generosity Policy
Room: Main Shrine Room


Live online program with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Acharyas Eve Rosenthal and Noel McLellan, moderated locally by Shastri Linda Mockeridge.

We live in complicated times. In the midst of great change and information overload, how should we live? What can we do? Where can we find the strength to face the challenges and confusion in our lives, as well as in the greater world? According to the Shambhala teachings, our own humanity is the answer. Within our bodies, minds, and hearts, there is a genuine simplicity that we can return to and from which we can draw confidence, clarity, and compassion.  

Shambhala Meditation is a practice that brings us home to the simplicity and wisdom of our human experience. It is a proclamation of humanity's goodness that helps us learn to work with our lives and embody the courage the world is calling for.  

In this weekend program, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche will share this intimate practice in Halifax and for an online audience. Acharyas Eve Rosenthal and Noel McLellan will also host this program.

Online participants will receive:

  • A protected online learning environment for receiving the teachings
  • A discussion forum for discussing the program, asking questions and discovering our own wisdom
  • Any handouts or resources that are part of the program
  • The Shambhala Meditation transmission from Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche
  • Permission to practice Shambhala Meditation


The program is broadcast from Halifax, Nova Scotia on Atlantic time.  Local time is listed on our San Antonio webpage and will be the times to be at our Center.

The program schedule is forthcoming.

This program is open to everyone.  All teachers, Meditation Instructors, Shambhala Guides, and Practice Assistants are strongly encouraged to attend as part of your ongoing continuing education. 

If you haven’t received this transmission, please join us.  If you have already received this transmission, the program will deepen your understanding of the practice.

Please dress in an uplifted manner as if the Sakyong were physically present with us in our shrine room.  Please bring a sack lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Please pre-register online, so that we will know if there are sufficient participants to hold the program.

For information about our Generosity Policy and partial Scholarship for those with limited financial means, follow the link below. Those wishing to request the Generosity Policy are asked to contact our Generosity Policy and Scholarship Administrator at least two weeks before the program for a discussion about implementation of this policy in their particular situation.

If you have program questions, please contact Jackie Snyder j[email protected]