Human Dignity: Personal and Societal Transformation
What we think of ourselves does matter. If we believe that our nature is less than whole, we will participate in the creation of an unhealthy environment. If we have the courage to embrace our true nature of wisdom and compassion a more healthy world will emerge. We call this basic goodness.
We offer free meditation instruction, talks and discussion to the public every week, as well as programs in meditation, Shambhala Buddhist teachings, and other contemplative disciplines. 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.
with Dan Phillips & Norma Harris
August 7th—August 9th
April 30, 2015
Hello again from the Atlanta Shambhala Center’s Face to Face series. Our newest interview is with Brenda Collins, an active member of the Atlanta Shambhala community. F2F: How did you first become involved with the Shambhala community? Brenda: I started meditating on a regular basis when I was attending a non-denominational Spiritual community. The Spiritual … Continue
January 1, 2015
This is a poem by member Eileen Knaft that she wrote on the occasion of the birthday of her friend. We hope that you will enjoy. …………. Chambers Age is not a number… It is an echo whispering through The chambers of a Nautilus. Each chamber: a world of its own Yet part … Continue
March 6th – March 8th at Agnes Scott College in Decatur This provocative weekend program explores mindfulness-based emotional intelligence and how it can bring about authenticity and empowerment in our everyday lives. The program focuses on a variety of mindfulness tools and topics, such as: Emotional Literacy allowing us to have a working relationship with … Continue