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New to Meditation or Shambhala?
Join us for a free Open House—Learn to meditate, connect with community, develop mindful-awareness, & compassion. Meditation instruction is available.  We offer tools to help discover greater compassion, confidence, wisdom and joy in our day-to-day life.  You can click here for information on how to Get Started.

The Shambhala teachings offer a path to explore the depth of our being and for transforming our world.

We are family friendly and offer free child care for children 4-12 years old every Sunday morning, 10:00-12:00, so parents can attend our Open House.


Featured Programs

Birth of the Warrior: Shambhala Training Level II

with Shastri Jackie Muse & Christopher Wenger

February 12th—February 14th

In Shambhala Training Level II: Birth of the Warrior, we will learn to recognize habitual patterns and discover fearlessness. Continue »

Learn To Meditate

February 13th

In this 3-hour class, you will receive the technique, guidance and experience necessary to start a mindfulness-awareness, or peaceful abiding meditation practice. Continue »

Recent News

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    Connecting with the Center

    Shambhala Day (Tuesday, February 9th) is a time to reconnect with our community and the vision of a good human society.  This year we would like to introduce these icons of the 4 Ways of Connecting as a reminder of how we can participate in the Shambhala Atlanta Community throughout the year.  

  • Jane Arthur

    Shambhala Day Message from Jane Arthur- Envoy for Leadership

    Sometimes, it’s best to start with a painful truth. The story that we tell ourselves about Shambhala’s organizational and management capacity is tinged with poverty, disorganization, and doubt about our institutional competence.​ I firmly believe it is time to tackle that story head on. Let’s let the truth that it holds really sink in, and … Continue 

  • Robt Reichner

    Shambhala Day Message from Robert Reichner- Envoy for Enrichment

    Cheerful Shambhala Day! I connect so deeply to Shambhala because at its core is an inspiration and complete dedication to be of service to the world. To me, that means engaging our society at an architectural level, as well as at the level of individual relationships. We live in a world whose forms are deeply … Continue