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Featured Programs

Radical Conversations

with Rev. Brady Radford

September 3rd

Conversations on Race, Black Prophetic Traditions and Shambhala Traditions, Third in a Five Part Series - Open to all Communities. Continue »

The Art of Being Human: Shambhala Training Level I

with Valerie Morvan

September 10th—September 11th

The Art of Being Human is the experience of becoming familiar with our own nature. This is an opportunity to discover and explore our inherent strength, wisdom and compassion. Continue »

Learn To Meditate

September 10th

This 3-hour class, will help you start and establish a mindfulness-awareness meditation practice. Continue »

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    Join us as Radical Conversations continue in September, October, and November. The final three gatherings of this five part series will serve as a powerful catalyst for engagement in our community. Radical Conversations provides opportunities for true dialogue and lasting change in our efforts to create an Enlightened Society.   Conversations on Race, Black Prophetic … Continue 

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    Conversations on Race with Brenda Collins

    “It has finally really gotten through to me how dangerous it is to be black in America, especially for black men… In the US, racial injustice has been going on since the days of slavery. But what is different now, is that the videos of the murders are there for all to see, and white … Continue 

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    Jampa Pawo: Final Letters and A Journal Entry

    From the Journal of Jampa Pawo This is an excerpt from a journal entry Jampa Pawo wrote in 2005, long before he had found Buddhism. To me it speaks of the kind of person he already was when he began to study the dharma. This passage was read at Jampa’s Shing Kam ceremony by his … Continue