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‘I think it’s imploding’: Followers of Shambhala …
按一下以檢視2:21 · The scandal surrounding the spiritual leader of Shambhala Buddhism is a long way from over. As multiple investigations uncover a growing number of sexual misconduct allegations against Sakyong
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Shambhala Sex Scandal – The Bottom Line
Shambhala Sex Scandal I followed a teacher who was part of Shambhala, and so I spent some years learning the teachings of Shambhala, reading Choygam Trunpa and Sakyong Mipham’s work, and making many good Shambhalian friends.
Buddhist teacher quit Shambhala in ‘protest’ before his …
ThinkProgress is not aware of any other allegations of sexual misconduct by Rinzler. In a statement, Rinzler denied any sexual misconduct and said his decision to leave Shambhala had nothing to do with the allegation against him. “I was deeply troubled …
An Apology to Survivors of Shambhala Sexual Misconduct
I wish to apologize to all those who have been harmed by Shambhala activities in any way, in particular those that have had the courage to come forward in this latest round of community scandal, which the various reports are both shocking and believable.
Further abuse accusations against Sakyong Mipham, …
I came to Shambhala pre-groomed to see my brilliance as a gift for other and to fall into a kind of blank self-less persona when asked to serve. The only thing I was pretty clear about is that I
Shambhala International – Matthew Remski
Shambhala International Ten months after an independent investigation found that Shambhala leader Mipham Mukpo had committed sexual misconduct (even though many people refused to participate in the investigation), the Shambhala Interim Board has announced that it supports the return of Mukpo from “retreat” in Nepal to bestow Tantric initiations on devotees this coming summer.
Dissent in the Shambhala community
An unusually public display of dissent and controversy among the Halifax-based Shambhala community is playing out on a provocative website that questions the present leadership direction of the organization. RadioFreeShambhala.org was started about a year ago, says Mark Szpakowski, a web developer who came up the idea for the site with fellow Shambhalan Ed Michalik.
Letter from Shambhala Mountain Center
Letter from Shambhala Mountain Center SMC’s Statement Regarding Allegations of Sexual Misconduct By the Sakyong Over the past two weeks our community here in the Colorado mountains has been deeply shaken. As the news has spread that the spiritual
Shambhala in Crisis: & 3 Ways to Fix It.
Shambhala appears to be in nothing less than crisis—still fixable, however. I grew up in Vajradhatu, now known as Shambhala, the biggest and strongest and loudest Buddhist community in the United States.Thirty years later, it’s falling apart. Shambhala is hemorrhaging money month by month (I’m not at liberty to name numbers, but hemorrhaging is apt, and without hyperbole).
Ösel Tendzin (Tibetan: འོད་གསལ་བསྟན་འཛིན་, Wylie: ‘od gsal bstan ‘dzin), born Thomas Frederick Rich Jr. (1943–1990), was an American Buddhist. He was the principal student of Chögyam Trungpa. On August 22, 1976, Trungpa empowered Tendzin as his Vajra Regent and first Western lineage holder in the
The Guru Cult of Tibetan Buddhism
The Guru Cult of Tibetan Lamaism is not Buddhism. It is the ‘soft power’ of Progressives, the Left and China to turn Westerners against their own national and individual interests.
Mess O’Shambhala: Responding to Scandal with Melanie …
Mess O’Shambhala: Responding to Scandal with Melanie Klein By Julian Royce Here is the re-publishing of the original podcast featuring an in-depth conversation with the director of the Boulder Shambhala Center and the efforts she and this local center have been
WOVEN: Leaving Shambhala – ENTROPY
WOVEN is an Entropy series and dedicated safe space for essays by persons who engage with #MeToo, sexual assault and harassment, and #DomesticViolence, as well as their intersections with mental illness, substance addiction, and legal failures and
Toussaint began her career in theatre before supporting performances in films such as Breaking In (1989), Hudson Hawk (1991), and Dangerous Minds (1995). As lead actress, she is best known for her role as Rene Jackson in the critically acclaimed Lifetime television drama series Any Day Now, from 1998 to 2002, and her recurring role as defense attorney Shambala Green in the NBC legal drama Law
Chögyam Trungpa was a Tibetan Buddhist monk who escaped from Tibet to India and went to Oxford University in England. While in England, he married one of his 16 year old students and he got so drunk, he had an automobile collision into a joke shop in