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Dec. 22 – Winter Solstice & Children’s Day

Dear friends, We warmly invite you to participate in celebrating the Winter Solstice & Children’s Day Sunday, December 22, 2019 2PM: Guided Hike to Kalapa Valley – this is an easy walk/hike to a series of waterfalls 4:30PM: Lhasang (Tibetan fire/smoke ceremony), Solstice activities at Cabot Shores 5:30PM: Potluck dinner Please come to any or …

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Childrens Day campfire and kids holding candles.

Shambhala Children’s Day and Winter Solstice celebration

You are warmly invited to a Shambhala Children’s Day and Winter Solstice celebration Join us Saturday, December 22, 3:30pm at Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort & Retreat Centre. Children’s Day and Winter Solstice are both celebrated on December 22nd. Because this marks the time of year when daylight has waned and the night is longest, light is …

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One Day Meditation Workshop with Acharya Moh Hardin

“When the world is filled with evil, all mishaps should be transformed into the path of Bodhi (Awakening)” – meditation Slogan by Atisha All are welcome to take part in a one- day meditation workshop taught by Acharya Moh Hardin on this and other ancient Tibetan slogans September 22, 9am to 5pm, 2nd floor Board …

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Tour the Sacred Shambhala Sites on Cape Breton Island

  Have you always wanted to visit Gampo Abbey  or Kalapa Valley but don’t know how to get there and/or need a guide? This tour may be of particular interest to people doing Shambhala retreats at Dorje Denmaling near Tatamagouche or visiting Halifax. Cabot Shores is the ideal place to begin a tour of  Kalapa …

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Gampo Abbey: Tibetan Shambhala Buddhist Monastery located in Nova Scotia

Gampo Abbey is the only Tibetan Buddhist monastery for Westerners. Founded in 1984 by renowned Tibetan Buddhist teacher and meditation master, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, it is located near Pleasant Bay on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Approximately 30 monastics, both men and women, live in community and practice traditional monastic discipline under the guidance of the Abbot, Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche and principal teacher Acharya Pema Chodron.
Life at the Abbey for the monastics is inspired by the view and practice intended to wake oneself up fully, to help others to also wake up, and to create an enlightened society.
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