Dear members and friends:

We have closed the Atlanta Shambhala Center until public health officials deem it safe to reopen. 

We are now offering an online meditation open house on Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings. On Sundays, we will offer a half-hour meditation and a half-hour discussion via Zoom from 10 – 11 AM. We will offer the same format on Tuesday evenings from 7 – 8 PM. We have umdzes and discussion leaders scheduled to facilitate the gatherings. A half-hour of “open conversation” will follow each open house. Please join us!

Access the Sunday 10 AM session by clicking

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85686278455?pwd=N3BxRkFOYXZ0MWVEWDV5Ymw1VmR2dz09

and the Tuesday 7 PM session by clicking 

https://zoom.us/j/390090306

You can download the Zoom app for your phone or other computer by clicking https://zoom.us/ 

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Atlanta Shambhala offers a path of meditation practice and contemplative arts oriented towards modern life. Join us for meditation courses, retreats and group meditation at our meditation center in Atlanta located in Decatur.

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Featured Programs

Karma: Interrupting the Flow of Suffering

with Stephanie Lindemann & Christopher Wenger

May 27th—June 24th

Classic Buddhist teachings on karma, the twelve links of interdependent origination, the Wheel of Life, and the Six Realms. Class will be offered on Zoom. Continue »

White Tara Practice

with Shastri Jackie Muse

May 28th—June 25th

Please join us via ZOOM for a soothing compassion practice. Continue »

Learn to Meditate

June 13th

This 2-hour class will help you start and establish a mindfulness-awareness meditation practice. Continue »

Downright/Upright

with Hope Martin

October 10th

This program has been rescheduled to October 10, 2020 due to precautions around Covid-19. Continue »

Shape of Awake Weekthun

with Hope Martin

October 11th—October 17th

This program has been rescheduled for October 11-17 due to precaution around Covid-19. Continue »