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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

Fearlessness in Everyday Life

with Aaron de Long

November 1st—December 6th

The Fearlessness in Everyday Life course mixes meditation with the vastness of space beyond concept. Continue »

Introduction to Shambhala Meditation

with Jay Lippman

December 4th—December 18th

Want to learn more about Shambhala? Sign up for our 3 session class held on the first three Tuesday evenings of every month. In this class we introduce the principles of Shambhala Buddhism and the path towards a meaningful life. Continue »

Community Shambhala Sadhana Practice

December 9th

The Shambhala Sadhana is a powerful practice that deepens our understanding, feeling, and appreciation of the profound and pervasive qualities of basic goodness in ourselves, others, and in society. Continue »

What is Real: The Basic Goodness of Reality

with Jay Lippman

January 24th—February 28th (2019)

The course What is Real: The Basic Goodness of Reality asks the question, “What is real?” and explores various approaches to this question. Continue »

 


 

 

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