The last stop in Colorado was to visit the quiet and scenic Shambala Retreat Center, some 9,000 feet high into the Rocky Mountains. This 600-acre facility is home to pine and aspen forests, providing a safe and supportive container for the teaching of paths of personal health, deepened awareness and transformation. There are approximately 50 people on staff living on site and keeping up with daily chores such as cooking, ground maintenance, construction and cleaning.
The center has over 150 programs per year and welcomes all people with inspiration, interest and curiosity about understanding the nature of self and society. Please visit links that currently don't work inside the captions:
Cache la Poudre river
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