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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

Spring Drala Meditation Hike

with Bill Solomon

April 29th

Mindful hiking in the North Georgia Mountains Continue »

Queer Dharma Brunch

April 29th

Donuts and Dharma with Queer Dharma LGBTQ Sangha. Continue »

Annual Members' Day

April 30th

Save the Date for a Community Meeting and Potluck Lunch Continue »

Recent News

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    Healthcare Professionals Initiative

    To the Shambhala Community: A group of Healthcare Professionals in the community have begun a dialogue over the past year about envisioning what a Shambhala Health Department would look like.  If we had the opportunity to develop our own health care system, what would we do?  If we could build, from the ground up, a comprehensive healthcare … Continue 

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    What A Week(thun) Can Do…

      So, this is what a week of meditation looks like. Open-hearted, Awake, and armed with equanimity for the year to come. Our Winter Weekthun with Acharya John Rockwell was a big success, and we’re grateful for all those who participated as well as the many hands and hearts that supported the event with their … Continue 

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    A Message from The Working Committee On Health and Well-Being

    Dear Members of Atlanta Shambhala, Presently there are 175 of us distributed far and wide in the metro Atlanta area and beyond. Traffic being what it is, we are endeavoring to create groups of Shambhalians who live near each other to make it possible for us to gather together as people of like mind and … Continue