Shambhala Day Celebration

March 1st

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    Room: Meditation Hall

    The Year of the Iron Mouse 

    The Year of the Iron Mouse is said to have the qualities of adaptability, cleverness, and contentment. The mouse is the first symbol in the Asian astrological cycle, and is therefore associated with newness and beginnings. We can aspire to enter 2020 and Shambhala New Year with the spirit of a fresh start and a renewed trust in the basic goodness that connects us.

    Shambhala Day is an important moment in the natural rhythm of our year to acknowledge our shared community experience, reflect on the year that has passed, and set our intentions for the future. This moment is particularly poignant at this time, as we continue to work with the important shifts and healing that needs to take place in our sangha. 

    Schedule:

    10 am - Celebration, Center Update & Shambhala Day Fundraiser

    12 Noon - Potluck Gathering

    *Reminder: Please wear uplifted attire including pins, if you like, bring something delicious to share and, if inspiration arises, carry what you need to make a donation to Shambhala Global Services, pens and envelopes will be provided.