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15 June 2006

This week's guest:
Carolyn Rose Gimian
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Julia Sagebien

Carolyn Rose Gimian is a senior student and teacher in Shambhala International, and one of the primary holders of Chogyam Trungpa's teachings on the written and spoken word. She has worked as an editor and compiler of many of his books and other writings. Starting in 1983, she received rigorous elocution training from Chögyam Trungpa (see Chronicles feature: Elocution Lessons with Chögyam Trungpa).

Carolyn is also the founding director of the Shambhala Archives, and co-author of Dragon Thunder, Lady Diana Mukpo's memoir about her life with CTR, due out this October.

We're happy to announce a recent addition to her impressive cv: Carolyn is a member of the newly formed Chronicles Board of Directors.

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orchestral arrangement of the Shambhala Anthem at the end of each show,

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