In early March, Acharya Arawana Hayashi will offer teachings to the Shambhala Meditation Group of Taipei titled "Shambhala Living - Work, Life, and Dharma (香巴拉生活 - 工作、生命、與佛法之道)," and I will accompany her as translator. Taipei, my home town, has a lively little Shambhala group, and the Shambhala dharma is finding an audience there. I translated the Sakyong's "The Shambhala Principle," published in Taiwan in 2014, as well as other books from the Shambhala teachings. Most of the Taipei members have attended Shambhala Training Level IV, led by numerous wonderful teachers who visited Taipei in recent years. We are excited that this next program will be open to the public.
To support the Taipei group's Visiting Teachers Fund, I am having an art sale so they can invite more teachers in the future. All of the artworks are marked down for this sale. Please visit these web pages to view original artwork, including my Chinese calligraphy and abstract paintings, and my husband Jeff Wigman’s paintings and prints. 50% of the sale proceeds will go to the Visiting Teachers Fund for Taipei Shambhala:
Auction time ends: February 20, 2016
Thank you very much. Please feel free to contact me with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit http://taiwan.shambhala.org/ to learn more about the Taipei Group.
KI KI SO SO!
Yours in the Great Eastern Sun Vision,
Member of the Shambhala International Translation Committee