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Public Talk presented by Henry Chapin - Shambhala Vision: Creating Enlightened Society in our Everyday Life


with Henry Chapin
May 28 / 6:30 PM - May 28 / 8:30 PM

Shambhala Vision: Creating Enlightened Society in our Everyday Life  - presented by Henry Chapin


The vision of Shambhala is to create enlightened society. Enlightened means awakening to the basic goodness that is here, at the heart of humanity. Society is the natural expression of that goodness, manifesting as a natural connection between beings that is experienced as kindness.


Creating enlightened society is the message that Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche has communicated to the Shambhala community as the basis for creating a good human society in which all beings can lead peaceful and productive lives, free from fear and aggression, in which basic goodness can flourish.


 


Henry Chapin is a long time student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche who has taught extensively in Canada, the United States, South America, Australia and New Zealand, including all levels of Shambhala Training and a variety of advanced programs. He is a guest faculty member with the Mukpo Institute at Karme Choling and was recently appointed a shastri by the Sakyong.


For more information about Henry see:


http://nelson.shambhalatimes.org/2010/11/03/less-like-school-more-like-life/


Cover charge $10



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