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Shambhala Day - Year of the Water Snake
February 11 / 6:30 AM - February 11 / 9:00 PM
Shambhala Day marks the beginning of the new year of the Water Snake and is one of the most important traditions of Shambhala Buddhism. Based on the traditional Tibetan New Year's celebration of Losar, the day is calculated astrologically according to the Tibetan lunar calendar, and changes every year to coincide with the annual lunar cycles.
Shambhala Day is a time for us to express the wealth and richness of our spiritual and cultural heritage through feasting, conviviality, and elegance.
6:30 am Sunrise Meditation
5:30 pm Sadhana of Mahamudra ***/I Ching
6:45 pm Sakyong's Address
7:30 pm Potluck dinner
*** The Sadhana will begin promptly at 5:30. There will be no admission to the shrine room after that time until its completion.***