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Thu Aug 15, 2019 4:58 am
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: The Invisible Pyramid
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The Invisible Pyramid

The Invisible Pyramid by Charles Carreon August 14, 2019 Meet Loren Eiseley I am stealing this title from a collection of essays by Loren Eiseley because it so perfectly encapsulates an important idea. Loren Eiseley launched his writing career from the unglamorous field of paleontology. He was a bo...
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Mon Aug 05, 2019 12:36 am
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: Petition Launched -- Colorado AG: Investigate the Financial Activities of the Shambhala Nonprofit Organizations
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Petition Launched -- Colorado AG: Investigate the Financial Activities of the Shambhala Nonprofit Organizations

https://assets.change.org/photos/3/zi/wf/cJZiWFxlUrhWtqr-800x450-noPad.jpg?1564902715 CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION AT CHANGE.ORG Shambhala, A Non-Profit Organization in Crisis: The Shambhala community is a religious nonprofit organization with meditation centers in many major American cities. In...
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Fri Jul 26, 2019 11:08 pm
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: Crazy Like a Fox – In “Crazy Wisdom,” Trungpa’s Heirs Sacrifice Truth to Profit
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Views: 425

Crazy Like a Fox – In “Crazy Wisdom,” Trungpa’s Heirs Sacrifice Truth to Profit

Crazy Like a Fox – In “Crazy Wisdom,” Trungpa’s Heirs Sacrifice Truth to Profit by Charles Carreon July 24, 2019 -- Crazy Wisdom: The Life and Times of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, produced and directed by Johanna Demetrakas -- Screencap Gallery It’s impossible to see yourself when you’re cocooned ins...
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Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:16 am
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: The Dialogue of the Yogi and the King, by Charles Carreon
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The Dialogue of the Yogi and the King, by Charles Carreon

The Dialogue of the Yogi and the King by Charles Carreon 7/21/19 The King was out riding one morning, surveying his domains with no particular aim in view, or so it seemed, until he spotted the Yogi walking down the dusty road. The King flagged his detail to ride ten paces behind him, and brought h...
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Tue Jul 16, 2019 8:11 am
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: The Kingdom Collapse / Not-a-Fan Fiction
Replies: 7
Views: 2318

Re: The Kingdom Collapse / Not-a-Fan Fiction

Historic Prelude: III. The Rebel’s Lost Cause The young lama stood before her out of uniform. Wearing blue jeans and a khaki shirt, he looked like he was getting ready to hang around the tourist hotels and fast-talk the hippies into a trip to Agra with a tour of the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal. “I a...
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Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:56 pm
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: The Jester Has His Say, by Charles Carreon
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Views: 336

The Jester Has His Say, by Charles Carreon

The Jester Has His Say Way up high on his 10-ft throne Kalapa's King sits all alone. He times his breath with a metronome, Occasionally throws his subjects a bone, Scratches his rump and checks his phone. Perhaps his lawyers have texted him Perhaps the news has grown less grim Perhaps the exposes a...
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Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:34 pm
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: Gurdjieff & Trungpa, Sarmoung Brother-Hoods
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Views: 320

Gurdjieff & Trungpa, Sarmoung Brother-Hoods

Gurdjieff & Trungpa, Sarmoung Brother-Hoods by Charles Carreon 7/12/19 The similarities between Gurdjieff & Chogyam Trungpa are too numerous to be ignored, and Trungpa's canny exploitation of Gurdjieff's legacy and disciples may lie at the heart of his success in attracting the entitled, elite cadr...
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Mon Jul 08, 2019 1:03 am
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: The Kingdom Collapse / Not-a-Fan Fiction
Replies: 7
Views: 2318

Re: The Kingdom Collapse / Not-a-Fan Fiction

HIstorical Prelude: II. The Lovers The housewives of Delhi were preparing supper amid the noise and clangor of the city. The noise was dominated by the puttering buzz of moto-taxis, pierced through with the occasional angry honk of a truck trying to push its way through traffic. The clear winter sk...
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Sun Jul 07, 2019 8:44 am
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: The Kingdom Collapse / Not-a-Fan Fiction
Replies: 7
Views: 2318

Re: The Kingdom Collapse / Not-a-Fan Fiction

Historic Prelude: I. The English Lesson The young monk put aside the tattered copy of Moby Dick he'd been reading, setting it on the bare concrete floor next to the folded blanket that provided his seat. It was midsummer in the hill-station in the Himalayan foothills, and the only coolness came fro...
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Tue Jul 02, 2019 11:47 pm
Forum: We're Not in Lhasa Anymore
Topic: Shambhala Dodges Mandatory Reporting Duties That Expose it To Tort Damages in Boulder Child-sex Case
Replies: 1
Views: 876

Re: Shambhala Dodges Mandatory Reporting Duties That Expose it To Tort Damages in Boulder Child-sex Case

As noted above, Dennis Southward was a Desung who did a lot of classes on "The Desung Path," including teaching a class at Karme Choling in 2015. See screencaps below, taken to preserve the evidence, because Shambhala has already scrubbed Southward's name from virtually all of these pages, somethin...