Brunswick Portland Shambhala Meditation Center offers numerous programs and events. You will find links here.

For the beginner, the number and types of offerings may sometimes seem confusing, even intimidating.  You’ll notice however that each program/event has an e-mail address attached.  Just click that to inquire as to whether this particular offering is right for you.

Personal meditation instruction is always available and if you are new to the center it is often possible to meet with an instructor prior to the program you will be attending. Just ask.

We also have a Generosity Policy.

 

 

Introductory

Mindfulness in Action: Making Friends with Yourself through Meditation and Everyday Awareness- in Portland

with Shastri Christopher St. John & Karen Monahan

September 12th—October 17th

The rewards of mindfulness practice are well proven: reduced stress, improved concentration, and an overall sense of well-being. Continue »

The Art of Being Human- Shambhala Level I in Portland

with Jane Arthur & Shastri Christopher St. John

October 4th—October 6th

By learning to rest in the present moment through mindfulness meditation, we connect with our own inherent sanity and worthiness despite what's happening in our world.  This special weekend retreat provides a foundation for establishing a meditation pract Continue »

Shambhala Art Part 1- in Portland

with Ellen Rook

October 26th

What is Shambhala Art? Exploring the Art of Nonagression Continue »

Pema's New Book- Welcoming the Unwelcome- Portland

with Karen Monahan

November 7th—December 12th

In an increasingly polarized world, Pema shows us how to strengthen our ability to find common ground, even when we disagree, and influence our environment in positive ways. Continue »

Kado- The Way of Flowers in Brunswick

with Anjie Cho

November 8th—November 10th

Kado is a contemplative/meditative art, revealing the relationship between nature, space and human awareness or unawareness of both, and simultaneously the inner relationship between our true nature or our ignorance of it. Continue »