Buddha in Ghana: Creating Enlightened Society

Seattle Shambhalian Sala Sweet is creating enlightened society in Ghana. Her many amazing projects include delivering used clothes to villagers, supporting schools, and co-founding an organization called the Grow Foundation for Ghana. Following are some “in the moment” excerpts from Sala’s Journal. Visit to Afuaman by Sala Sweet On a mid-summer Saturday in Ghana, eight … Continue 

Buddha in Ghana

Long-time Seattle Shambhalian Sala Sweet is abiding in Ghana, where she works with a physician named Dr. Addae, at the College of Integrative Medical Sciences, near Kumasi, the country’s second largest city. She landed in Ghana on March 19 and I will return to Seattle on October 17. Sala works on many amazing projects, and … Continue 

ALIA Leadership Intensive: Register Quickly

For the first time the ALIA Leadership Intensive is coming to the Pacific Northwest, June 8-13, at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. The ALIA (Authentic Leadership in Action) web site offers details about this program for courageous leaders of transformative change at www.aliainstitute.org. Registration deadlines for best rates are approaching. Shambhala members receive a 10% … Continue 

Where’s the Beef?

It was a cold day at the Shambhala Mountain Center, just up the hill from DENVER, when some staffers and visiting center directors got together to watch the Super Bowl. Just to heat things up a little, Seattle Director Tom Gaylord and Denver Director Nathan Railla made a bet on the game. The prize: a … Continue