Shambhala Sadhana Full Moon Community Practice

January 28th—March 24th

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    “Recognizing this goodness even for a moment reveals inconceivable wisdom.”

    The Shambhala Sadhana was written by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche just prior to the conclusion of a year long retreat. The Sakyong composed this practice to deepen our personal and social connection with basic goodness. The Shambhala Sadhana is simple and quite powerful in its direct approach to basic goodness.

    The Sakyong has requested that we gather on full moons as a community and practice the Shambhala Sadhana. These full moon gatherings are specifically meant for Shambhala members, volunteers and friends. As a society, this is an opportunity for us practice together and have conversation and connection in order to foster experiences of basic goodness personally and as a community.

    This Practice is open to all Shambhala community members and friends.

    Each month’s Sadhana will be led by a senior student or teacher; there will be a short talk to begin and will conclude with tea and discussion after practice.


    Although there is no charge to attend many of our public programs, donations are always deeply appreciated, and help us continue to be able to offer these programs to our community.