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

Buddhist Studies

St. Margaret s Bay Shambhala Centre

Sunday practice and talk series

with John Leon, Alice Haspray, Richard Haspray, Robert Ziegler

April 11th—May 23rd

ONLINE and ON-SITE: The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma - Volume I: This seven-week series of Sunday morning talks and practice, guides students in understanding and exploring awareness as it has been taught within the Tibetan Buddhist and Shambh Continue »

Halifax Shambhala Centre

Chakrasamvara Feast

April 22nd—June 20th

A feast gathering for Chakrasamvara practitioners. Continue »

Halifax Shambhala Centre

Feast: Red Jambhala

May 9th

Red Jambhala feast for participants having the corresponding empowerment. Continue »

Dorje Denma Ling

Profound Treasury: Entering the Path

with Catherine Neill & Shastri Stephen Gleich

May 14th—May 16th

This class will be based on teachings from Volume I of The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. Continue »

Dorje Denma Ling

(Online) Four Foundations of Mindfulness

with Christine Heming

June 2nd—June 30th

The Four Foundations of Mindfulness – Mindfulness of Body, Life, Effort and Mind - are seminal instructions on the practice of mindfulness meditation. Continue »

Dorje Denma Ling

Chariot of Mahamudra Weekend Retreat 2021

with Acharya Richard John

June 4th—June 6th

Mahamudra, the "great symbol," is among the most profound traditions of vajrayana Buddhism, but it is also extremely simple and direct. Continue »

Dorje Denma Ling

Five Wisdom Energies: Understanding the Feminine and Masculine of Who We Are

with Irini Rockwell

June 26th—July 3rd

The Five Wisdoms, also referred to as the Five Buddha Families, are traditional Tibetan Buddhist teachings relevant to these challenging times. The energies are a vehicle for self-discovery and a tool for working with oneself and others in everyday life. Continue »