Herbert Elsky

Herbert Elsky is a senior student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Mipham Rinpoche.
He met Trungpa Rinpoche first in 1971 and was one of the founding members of the Los Angeles Shambhala Centre. He was the Director of Shambhala Training in Los Angeles for many years and later he was the Head of Practice at the residential Shambhala centre Karme Chöling in Vermont for three years.(1988-1991)
He moved to France in 1995 with his wife Catherine, to help renovating the buildings and establishing Dechen Chöling as a practice centre. He was the Head of Practice at Dechen Chöling from 1995-1997.
He teaches all levels of Shambhala Training and Shambhala Art and since moving to France he has been teaching through-out Europe.
Herbert Elsky is an artist, a sculptor, who exhibited his sculptures of transparent resin regularly in art galleries while he was living in Los Angeles. Since moving to France he has created "the La Baluba" theatre as his work has evolved towards sound and performance work.

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29 April 2016

By yourself or with your family and friends, join us for the 2016 Shambhala Festival - Celebrate Life. Meditation, teachings, discoveries, celebration - a festive summer! The Summer Shambhala Festival is an opportunity to express our culture of benevolence and celebration based on meditation practice, appreciation and kindness...

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18 April 2016

Nyinthün or "days of practice" were created by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and continue with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche as a way for people living in the world with families and jobs to have an ongoing spiritual path that deepens over time.
 

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25 February 2016

The Way of Shambhala is a complete introduction to the foundations of Shambhala Buddhism. This series of weekend contemplative workshops and weeknight classes provides an experiential overview of meditation practice, wisdom teachings, contemplative arts, and physical disciplines rooted in the ancient traditions of Shambhala and...

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20 January 2016

Although we are in the middle of a unusually warm winter, these are still the shortest days of the year, and we are craving for any rays of sunshine that comes along. The earth is resting. In many cultures this would also be the time to rest, but technology enables us to ignore the natural rhythm of the earth. For the modern world, this is just...

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17 January 2016

An extract from
Mudra Space Awareness
by Lee Worley

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