Shambhala Sadhana Practice

with Shastri Linda Mockeridge

July 9th

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    Room: Main Shrine Room

    All members of the Shambhala Community are invited to practice the beautiful and inspiring Shambhala Sadhana.  The Sadhana is a way to celebrate and strengthen our understanding of basic goodness and enlightened society. 

    “I have composed a sadhana known as the Shambhala Sadhana that helps us, through the powerful practice of meditation, deepen our insight and feeling of basic goodness and enlightened society.” -The Kongma Sakyong, Jampal Trinley Dradul

    In January of 2011, toward the end of his year retreat, the Kongma Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche composed the Shambhala Sadhana as a way to celebrate and strengthen our understanding of basic goodness and enlightened society and requests that on or near the full moon, we gather as a community to practice the Shambhala Sadhana. These Full Moon gatherings are specifically meant for Shambhala members and their families to all feel included. We are a society. This remarkable practice will serve as a way to bind the Shambhala community in kinship, vision, loyalty, and delight. This is an opportunity for us to further bond as a wholesome community.

    The practice will be led by a Shastri or senior student.

    Please be in the Shrine Room before the start of the Sadhana, as, traditionally, no one is allowed in after the practice has begun.