Shambhala Art – 10 days Retreat – Athens Greece

 with Artist to the Court Marcia Wang Shibata and Shastri Sandra Ladley Athens/_1.jpg

Dates: Tuesday 5 June 2018 Through Friday 15 June 2018

Contact person : Olga Papalexandrou

Price: €700 

To artist or non-artist, the creative process often seems mysterious and magical. How do we give a physical reality to our inspiration so it communicates its essential nature? Shambhala Art’s purpose is to explore the creative process and the product we call art, from the viewpoint of a meditative discipline. It is a viewpoint that encourages us to see things as they are, rather than just how we think or imagine they are and to bring wakefulness and awareness to the creative and viewing processes through the integration of contemplation and meditation.

Shambhala Art Program is inspired by Shambhala Buddhism, it is not in any way religious or about adopting a religion and is based on the Dharma Art teachings of the late Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, the founder of Shambhala Buddhism. He was an artist, poet, photographer and author of over a dozen books on subjects ranging from psychology to iconography.
This 10days’s program is taught by Marcia Wang Shibata, student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Master Shambhala Kado/Ikebana Instructor within the Shambhala Buddhist community and co-founder the Shambhala Kado Ridgen School of Ikebana. Having studied and practiced in both a major classical and modern Ikebana school, she teaches from the view of nature’s innate wisdom and Buddhist/Shambhalian compassionate warriorship, ms Shibata was further bestowed the title of “Artist to the Kalapa Court” in autumn 2013 by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.

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Shambhala Art Day Festival 2010 Los Angeles


A brief introductory talk on Shambhala Art Day and how to view the festival’s artwork by Steven Saitzyk, International Director of Shambhala Art. The video includes a sampling of the artworks on display and the demonstations.

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Marica Shibata -Space, Form, and Energy Kado -Part 1

Marcia Shibata demonstrates the use of the principles of Space, Form, and Energy (also known as Heaven, Earth, and Human) in Kado (flower practice) at the 2010 Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles.

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Marcia Shibata -Space, Form, and Energy Kado -Part 2

Marcia Shibata demonstrates the principles of Space, Form, and Energy in Kado, flower practice at the 2010 Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles.  Part 2 of 3.

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Marcia Shibata -Space, Form, & Energy Kado -Part 3

Part 3 of 3.  Marcia Shibata completes her demonstration of the principles of Space, Form, and Energy at the 2010 Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles.

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Kado Demo of the 4 Elements Part 1

Marcia Shibata does a demonstration of the 4 form elements (water, earth, fire, and air/wind) by way of Kado (flower practice) at the Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles in 2010. This Part 1 of three parts.

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Kado Demo of the 4 Elements Part 2

Marcia Shibata does a demonstration of the 4 form elements (water, earth, fire, and air/wind) by way of Kado (flower practice) at the Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles in 2010. This Part 2 of three parts.

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Kado Demo of the 4 Elements Part 3

Marcia Shibata demonstrates the four form elements of water, earth, fire, and air (wind) by way of Kado (flower practice) at the Shambhala Art Intensive in Los Angeles in 2010. This is part 3 of three parts.

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