Eve Rosenthal

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Eve talks with Julia about meeting Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, how he helped her through the process of her mother’s death, teaching Shambhala Training, becoming an Acharya, her connection to Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, the new Shambhala curriculum, the opening of the Scorpion Seal, and same-sex marriage.

Readers’ Comments

Dear Chronicles,

As a new member, I want to thank you for the interview of Eve Rosenthal. I learned so much – I had questions about the curriculum, and this was really the first time I ‘got it’. I am in the teacher training program, and Eve’s comments gave me insight into the logic of what we are doing. All of her stories were so great to listen to.

Thank you for making this possible, to connect with each other and learn from each other. Tell Eve and Julia thank you too.

Barbara Hirschfeld
Director, Santa Rosa Shambhala Center

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Theme music: Handel’s Water Music Suite. The song at the end is The Shambhala Anthem by Chogyam Trungpa, recorded on the Dragon’s Thunder CD, available from the Shambala Shop.

 

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