Contemplating impermanence is a foundational practice in the dharma. It is not only a way of "facing facts," integrating change opens our minds and hearts to the flow of nowness and the beauty of life. Reality becomes a portal to unreality. It allows us
A two-session public event presented by the Touching the Earth Collective and hosted by Shambhala Online: "Humanity at a Crossroad: Laudato Si' and the Shambhala Principle. A conversation hosted by Richard Reoch.
Roman emperor and philosopher Aurelius defined gentleness as the greatest delight, while patience, according to Buddhist tradition, helps us to melt aggression into open space. We will explore the relationship between these two principles.
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