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Shambhala is a welcoming, inclusive, and diverse community inspired by the principle that every human being has a fundamental nature of basic goodness. This nature, our innate wisdom, can be developed so that it benefits our own lives and helps meet the many challenges facing the world.

Wherever you may be on your path, at the West Chester Shambhala Center you will find a supportive community and a wealth of opportunities for spiritual and personal growth.

We’d love to meet you! Here’s how you can get started:

 


Featured Programs

Introduction to Shambhala Meditation

with Jay Lippman

November 7th—November 21st

In this class we will present and discuss the principles of Shambhala Buddhism and the path towards a meaningful life. Continue »

Winter Ikebana workshop

with Julia Davidson

December 2nd

Winter offers some wonderful choices in materials for making seasonal arrangement. This workshop will continue our conversation about the Japanese art and practice of flower arranging. All welcome! Continue »

Introduction to Shambhala Meditation

with Jay Lippman

December 5th—December 19th

In this class we will present and discuss the principles of Shambhala Buddhism and the path towards a meaningful life. Continue »

Kids and families - Children's Day Shrine setup

December 9th

Children and families are invited to help us set up the Children's Day shrine. Continue »

Winter Solstice Celebration- Children's Day

December 16th

Children's day is a party! We'll have food, lights, poems, crafts, and conversation. Continue »

 


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Recent News

  • Our Children’s Day shrine!

    West Chester is ready to celebrate Children’s Day! Our children decorated their own shrine – come visit us in the next 2 weeks to see it!    

  • October Haiku Competition

    Introducing the monthly haiku competition! Each month we will present a series of images to inspire a haiku. Simply reply to this email with your haiku, or submit at the Shambhala Center. The winning haiku will be picked by the West Chester Shambhala Council members and will be included in the next month’s newsletter. Anyone … Continue