Shambhala meditation group forming at Youngstown

A group of West Seattle residents are starting a weekly Shambhala meditation group that will meet at the Youngstown Cultural Center starting Tuesday, September 2nd.

From their website:
The Shambhala teachings are grounded in ancient wisdom and practical knowledge from many traditional cultures, especially teachings from ancient Tibet. These teachings begin with the understanding that all beings are basically good, and that life is worth living. We call this a path of spiritual warriorship, which here means living a life of fearlessness, gentleness, and intelligence. The Shambhala teachings emphasize being in the world, and bringing together everyday life, work, family, and social action with the path of meditation. The teachings focus on how to help this world. In essence, Shambhala is about living a full human life, right in the midst of challenges.

This will be an ongoing weekly meditation on Tuesday evenings that is open to the public and
free (donations are welcome and appreciated). Learn more about Shambhala here http://seattle.shambhala.org/west-seattle/.

On-going Series (every Tuesday evening)
6:20-6:30 PM: Meditation Instruction
6:30-7:30 PM: Meditation
7:30-8:00 PM: Guest Speaker or Group Discussion
8:00-8:30 PM: Social time and refreshments

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
South Classroom
4408 Delridge Way SW Seattle, WA 98107

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