Good Moon Rising

fullsizerender124The Shambhala Sadhana is observed around the time of the full moon.

This group practice centers around spoken text read aloud together as a means of deepening our sense of enlightened society and feeling of basic goodness–awakening our connection to the natural world and one another.

Join us at 7:00pm Friday evening December 16th to experience the aliveness of full moon practice on the occasion of an auspicious planetary moment.

This last quarter of 2016 is abundant in special full moon events. According to NASA, supermoon is the name given to a full moon that occurs when the satellite is at its closest point to Earth during the lunar orbit. The supermoons of October, November, and December have appeared brighter and many times larger than typical full moons.

Look up  to the night sky and notice the waxing moon in the coming days to observe the biggest supermoon in the last 70 years. These last full moons of 2016 will not come this close to Earth again until 2034.

The natural world and human heart continue to offer us riches beyond the drama of daily news.

Sakyong Mipham asks…

“If we do not appreciate the sensitivity and subtlety of the human heart, how can we appreciate the sensitivity and subtlety of the natural world?”

 

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