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Shambhala Meditation Center of Pittsburgh
733 N Highland Avenue, Carriage House, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Join us this Thursday evening for our Meditation & Society talk with Kalapa Achrya Adam Lobel.
This weeks theme will be:
FRIENDLY TO ONESELF
Most Thursdays this fall, Acharya Adam Lobel will present dharma talks on themes such as meditation, social-ecological engagement, Buddhist philosophy, and the Shambhala teachings.
This is a good evening to learn more about Shambhala and receive teachings. All are welcome with no previous experience required.
Registration online is strongly suggested, as we often reach capacity for these dharma talks:
Have Questions? Contact the Program Coordinator, Holly Nicole at: xhollyxmcintoshx at gmail dot com
— About the teacher:
Acharya Adam Lobel, Mdiv. Harvard Divinity School, Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University, is an Acharya, or authorized lineage teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. He is responsible for curriculum development and teacher training for the international Shambhala community, with over 200 centers around the world. As a scholar of philosophy and religion, Adam's research focusses on meditation practice and pedagogy in the Great Perfection (Dzogchen) tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and modern phenomenology. He is active in ecological and social justice movements, and last year represented Shambhala at the United Nations, the White House, and in the Standing Rock protests of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. A close student and representative of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, he travels globally leading meditation workshops, lecturing, and teaching on the social vision of Shambhala. Adam lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his wife and two sons.