In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fredericton Shambhala Centre location will be CLOSED until further notice.  Below are our online programs.

 

WEDNESDAY VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE   
Each Wednesday, 7:00pm
Free and Open to All.  No registration required.
Donation is appreciated.
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/85156501898.
Meeting ID: 851 5650 1898
Passcode: 156789

Introductory

Halifax Shambhala Centre

Social Meditation Online

April 13th—August 31st

Social meditation is a practice that creates an opportunity for people to explore being their authentic selves in a safe space with other human beings Continue »

Sydney Cape Breton Shambhala Meditation Group

White Tara practice - Online

with Barbara Weinberg

May 5th—September 22nd

As a community we have been doing Tara practice to awaken our own compassion for the world in it's current situation. Please join us. Continue »

Halifax Shambhala Centre

Practices for the Time of the Pandemic

May 18th—August 31st

The Pandemic Practices recommended by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche: Medicine Buddha and Green Tara followed by protector chants. These sessions are open to all practitioners, there are no prerequisites. Continue »

Sydney Cape Breton Shambhala Meditation Group

Singing the Dharma - Milarepa and more

with Kristine McCutcheon

July 7th—August 18th

Milarepa sang teachings to students who asked questions. This class will look at one song at a time and discuss and sing it. - This round is 7 classes Feel free to drop in and out but you do need to register. Continue »

Fredericton Shambhala Centre

Foundations for Freedom: The Hinayana (Course II) - The Second Noble Truth: The Origins of Suffering, Part I - The 5 Skandhas (online)

with John Rockwell & Acharya Dale Asrael

July 19th—August 30th

Join us for the second class in the Foundations for Freedom - The Hinayana. The course examines the 2nd Noble Truth, the cause of suffering, through the Five Skandhas. Everyone welcome. No prerequisites. Continue »

Dorje Denma Ling

Meditation, Health and Healing

with Shastri Mary Campbell

August 28th—August 30th

A Weekend Retreat for Health Care Providers, Caregivers and People Experiencing Illness Exploring meditation as a way to connect with basic healthiness and nurture the human capacity for awareness, compassion and skilful action. Continue »