Shambhala Boston: Improper Bostonian Article

Check out this article in the most recent Improper Bostonian by Jonathan Soroff: Escaping the Noises in My Head “Not all great escapes require a passport, sunscreen and a wad of cash. In fact, according to its practitioners, one of the most intense journeys you can take in life requires nothing more than a cushion … Continue 

Shambhala Boston: In the World

Written by Mary Coonan At the Sakyong’s urging, the Boston Shambhala Center has been actively connecting with synergistic opportunities in the community to join with efforts to uncover basic goodness within different professional realms.  On October 25th, Shastri Carolyn Krusinski presented meditation instructions to over 250 doctors, nurses, nutritionists, chiropractors, and other medical personnel at … Continue 

Kindness and the Environment

This summer we have taken strides to lessen our buildings impact on the environment. This is a natural extension of our practice of kindness and gentleness. First we began by engaging an organization that assessed our impact through water, gas and electrical use. They then lead a group of volunteers to take measures to lessen … Continue 

Summer Highlights

Hello everyone! We’re now launching into our fall season here at the Boston Shambhala Center, but before we dive all the way in, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the summer. It was a wonderful summer here for us. Summer tends to be the “slow” time of year, as many people are … Continue 

2011 Year End Numbers

by Caitlin Cianflone, Head of Finance   Overall, 2011 was a good financial year for the Shambhala Meditation Center of Boston. Our finances stayed stable through a change in leadership and the addition of a third full-time position. The Resource Development Committee, headed by Larry Teitelbaum and Kathy Vieweg, led a wide-scale campaign asking members … Continue 

Our New Website!

Welcome to Boston’s new Website! Blue Mandala has worked hard to create this WordPress template which was made available for centers to use in April. We will still be adding, editing and moving things around as we go; so your patience, ideas and encouragement are deeply appreciated. Take a look around and enjoy the new … Continue