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Shambala Festival news: The latest episode of the 'Shambala Speaks' podcast is out now. Episod…

Latest update from Shambala Festival

The latest episode of the 'Shambala Speaks' podcast is out now. Episode Six: ‘Epiphanies, karma, love & death.'

In this second part of our epiphanies stories with Natural Born Storytellers, Kash Raja tells us a story about his beautiful relationship with his grandmother. A split second misjudgement leads to his grandmother having an accident he feels responsible for. His fear of karmic retribution in the aftermath leads him to avoid driving and air travel – until he has an epiphany at her bedside…

Search 'Shambala Speaks' on Spotify, iTunes, Tune In or Stitcher, to subscribe and get each episode delivered straight to your ear holes on the last Thursday of every month – or listen on our website here: https://www.shambalafestival.org/shambala-speaks-the-podca…/

Like what you hear? Leave us a review on the platform of your choice! x

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3 days ago

Shambala Festival

We're downing tools at Shambala HQ today to lend our voices to the global climate strike. We encourage those who are able to, to do the same. You can find out what's happening near you, here: www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/sep/19/climate-strike-take-part-how-to-join-global-protests-...

With love and solidarity x

The Guardian
Environmental activists Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot argue we need to restore natural carbon sinks such as forests, swamps and seabeds to help tackle the climate crisis in this powerful independent film by @tommustill of Gripping Films. Find out more at naturalclimate.solutions #naturenow
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FYI Sarah Marsh @sloumarsh is covering the #climatestrike for the Guardian today on the live blog. Send her any photos/ stories - sarah.marsh@theguardian.com

7 days ago

Shambala Festival

Shop's open!
Grab your calendars for just five pounds (they're 16-monthers this year, bonus!) as well as reusable bottles, coffee cups and our new hoodies, manufactured from organic Indian cotton, using renewable energy and printed with vegetable inks 🥕
Once they're gone, they're gone, so grab 'em while you can: www.shambalafestival.org/shop/
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Hi there, I emailed you before and after the festival to say I never received my pre ordered programme. I wonder if I could have a credit note to use in the online shop? 😊

I would bloody love one of the T-Shirts you were giving out at the recycling point. Any knocking about? Thanks

Aww I want a hoodie but I think in men's sizes, even a size S would swamp me :/

ATara and Lex! You can get your calendars!

Amy do you want a shambala calendar or you happy with your Serial Killers one?

Riesh Tafari

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