Shambhala Day: Year of the Earth Dog

February 18th

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    Room: Main Shrine Room


    Shambhala Day is the pinnacle of holidays in the Shambhala tradition,
    marking the new year. Everyone is welcome!

     

    Lhasang and Dawn Toast

    6:49 am 

     

    Sakyong's Address (Recorded)

    and Community Celebrations

    9:00 am - 2:00 pm

     

    9:00  Introducing Shambhala Lineage Thangka and Community Practice Session with Shastri Dhi Good and Shastri Denise Wuensch

    9:45  Sakyong's Address (videorecording)

    10:30 onward:
    Membership Ceremony
    Director's Remarks with Glenn Austin, Executive Director
    Annual fundraising for Shambhala International
     
    11:45  Potluck lunch


    Please register below! 
    Let us know if you are bringing guests (and provide names/ages of children).

    Sign up to bring an item for the potluck here

    Children and families are welcome in the Main Shrine Room throughout the Shambhala Day program.  The Shambhala Kids and Dragon Club offerings will be taking place from the start of the Sakyong's address (around 9:45) through the children's offering to the sangha just prior to potluck (around 11:45).  Any questions, please email [email protected].


    This coming year is the Earth Dog Year. In the animal zodiac, dog year individuals are the most humanitarian, are selfless givers, and strive for justice and equality. They are fiercely loyal, decent, and courageous and are also magnanimous and prosperous. With the added element of earth, the energy of the dog is efficient, grounded, and vigilant.