Adelaide Shambhala Meditation Group

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Adelaide Shambhala Meditation Group
Information
Main School Vajrayana
Sub School Tibetan, Nyingma, Karma Kagyu
Affiliation Shambhala International
Founded 2006
People
Contact person(s) Loretta Geuenich
Teacher(s) Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Ani Pema Chodron
Spiritual Director Chogyam Trungpa
Contact Infotmation
Address Friends Meeting House
40A Pennington Terrace
North Adelaide
South Australia 5006
Australia
Country Australia
Coordinates
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Map
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Phone (08) 8294 6434, (08) 8294 6234
Website http://adelaide.shambhala.info/
Email adelaideshambhala@gmail.com, retti@hotmail.com
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The Adelaide Shambhala Meditation Group offers ongoing training in meditation to help us awaken our true nature and infuse our everyday activities with wisdom, compassion and a sense of humour.

Established in 2006 we are part of Shambhala International, a community of meditation centres founded in 1973 by Tibetan Buddhist monk Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche.

We provide:

  • Every Monday we have Open House where all are welcome. Join us for tea/coffee from 7.00pm followed by a talk or sitting and walking meditation from 7.30 until 9pm. Instruction is available for those unfamiliar with the Shambhala style. Prior to the meditation you can catch up with friends or find out about Shambhala and meditation. A donation is appreciated.
  • On the third Saturday of each month Nyinthun is held. This is a day of sitting and walking meditation with contemplation and discussion.
  • Weekend and other events

Where we meet :
The Friends (Quakers) Meeting House, 40a Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide (at the rear, entrance between the Cathedral and St Marks College)

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