December 28, 2013

“A Place Where Decency Can Arise.” Waylon talks with Dir. Michael Gayner at Shambhala Mountain. {Video}

 Walk the Talk Show With Waylon Lewis:

“We are learning to host a place where decency can arise.”
~Michael Gayner, Executive Director, Shambhala Mountain Center

One Take With Waylon Lewis & Michael Gayner:
While on “retreat” (working only 12 hours a day), Walk the Talk Show host Waylon Lewis sits down with longtime sangha friend Michael Gayner—Executive Director of Shambhala Mountain Center—to talk about life on a 600+ acre center settled in the Rocky Mountains. Meditation. Buddhism. Practice. Intention, and infusing “the moment with mindfulness and compassion” to begin to change the world.

Learn more about Shambhala Mountain Center, visit shambhalamountain.org 

Want to meditate for the first or one-thousandth time surrounded by nature & beauty? Sign up for a retreat.

Support Shambhala at shambhalamountain.org/support-smc

Shambhala has been named a top ten Buddhist retreat in the US, it’s a beautiful Buddhist center on 700 acres in the Rocky Mountains that’s open to all kinds of programs, all year long.

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Photo Credits: Greg Smith and Karen O’Hern

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princessmntwmn Apr 16, 2015 6:37pm

Michael raynor,

Director of the mountain center shambala,

Why did the face of the dharmakaya
Look like princesss mountain woman?
You changed the face of the dharmakaya.
Why dont you give princess mountan woman
Acknowledgement for her enlighhtenment?
Princess mountain womaan

Greg Smith Jan 16, 2014 10:07pm

Thanks for this Waylon. It was lovely to see you here and to host you and the others in my cabin by the stupa. I want to share a video of the final event in the series of Resounding the Profound Treasury – readings from the newly published collection of teachings of Chogyam Trungpa – which took place at the Great Stupa of Dharmakaya on Jan. 11. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKryoZq6OVw

Linda V. Lewis Jan 6, 2014 11:26am

Wonderful and satisfying response Michael! And Bravo! I know it's very challenging work! Thank you for updating me and filling me in with the full range–vast and profound–teachings at SMC!

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