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Gateless Gate Zen Center

Address: 1208 NW Fourth Street  Gainesville FL 32601
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean Chogye Zen
Affiliation: Kwan Um School of Zen
Phone: (352) 336-1517
E-mail: meditation@gatlessgate.org
Website: http://www.gatelessgate.org/
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Head Dharma Teacher: Janet Griswold  
Teacher: KC Walpole, Bodhisattva Teacher  
Notes and Events:

Meditation, chanting, and zazen each evening.

Beginners meditation instruction and dharma talk Monday evenings at 6:30.

Prison outreach and retreats on regular basis with Florida Department of Corrections inmates.

Residency program available.


Gay Buddhist Fellowship

Address:   San Francisco CA 94114
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: inquiry@gaybuddhist.org
Website: http://www.gaybuddhist.org
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An Inclusive and Caring Community

The Gay Buddhist Fellowship supports Buddhist practice in the Gay community. It is a forum that brings together the diverse Buddhist traditions to address the spiritual concerns of Gay men in the San Francisco Bay Area, the United States, and the world. GBF’s mission includes cultivating a social environment that is inclusive and caring.

Meetings

Every Sunday at 10:30am we meditate together for 30 minutes, followed by a talk or discussion till 12 noon. Everyone is then welcome to stay and socialize over refreshments till approximately 12:30, after which those who are interested usually go somewhere local for lunch.

Please visit our website for an archive of over 300 recorded talks. 

Our sittings are held at the San Francisco Buddhist Center, 37 Bartlett Street (between Mission and Valencia Streets) Look for the red door near 21st St.
MUNI: 14/Mission or 49/Van Ness-Mission. Alight at 21st St, walk 1/2 block
BART: 24th and Mission, walk 3.5 blocks
PARKING: on street (meters free on Sundays) or in adjacent New Mission Bartlett Garage.
The Center is handicapped accessible.

Mail correspondence:
GBF
2215-R Market St. #456
San Francisco, CA 94114


Gay Mens Buddhist Sangha

Address: 57 Hartford Street   San Francisco CA 94114
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: gmbsmail@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.gaysangha.org
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Contact: Albert Kaba  
Notes and Events:

Meets every Sunday from 3 to 5 pm in the zendo of the Hartford Street Zen Center
2215-R Market St. #162 San Francisco CA 94114


Georgia Meditation Circle

Address: 4522 Tilly Mill Road   Atlanta GA 30060
Tradition: Theravada, Dhammakaya Foundation
Affiliation: Atlanta Meditation Center
Phone: 678-887-3828
E-mail: missbee@gmail.com
Website: http://members.tripod.com/dimc_at/main.html
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Meditation Coach: Nat Intakanok  Email  (Phone: 404-259-5739)
Teacher: Venerable Bendit  
Main Contact: Bee Intakanok  Email  (Phone: 678-887-3828)
Meditation Assistant: Daniel Prete  Email  (Phone: 770-864-0868)
Spiritual Director: Venerable Nah  Email  (Phone: 770-452-1111)
Notes and Events:

The Georgia Meditation Circle an affiliate of the Atlanta Meditation Center Dhammakaya foundation promotes meditation and spiritual awareness. It is said that all happiness, ordinary and sublime, is achieved by understanding and transforming our own mind. The mind is not a physical thing that has thoughts and feelings; it is the totality of our conscious and unconscious experiences. 

The mind can be compared to an ocean, and momentary mental events such as happiness, irritation, fantasies, and boredom to the waves that rise and fall on its surface. Just as the waves can subside to reveal the stillness of the oceans depths, so too is it possible to calm the turbulence of our mind to reveal its natural clarity. The ability to do this lies within the mind itself and the key to the mind is meditation.

"Unlocking the door of ancient wisdom for modern times".

Our meditation sessions are conducted by Buddhist monks who have ordained for 10 or more years.

They are eager to teach western people their technique and wisdom on meditation methods, benefits and knowledge gained from meditation, and our true purpose.

Every session will be inspiring and will help encourage one to meditate.

Though many of us are aware that meditation can help with stress, there is still so much more to learn from benefits of meditating.

We constantly need to be reminded and encouraged to meditate otherwise it is very easy to forget and realize how meditating can be beneficial to our overall well being.

Every Wednesday Evening:

7:00-7:10pm Stretching 

7:10-7:20pm Orientation Intro 

7:20-8:00pm Guided Meditation 

8:00-8:10pm Q&A 

8:10-8:30pm Buddhist Philosophy Discussion

Location:

4522 Tilly Mill

Atlanta, Ga 30360


Glass City Dharma

Address: La Galeria 1224 - 1226 Broadway   Toledo OH OH
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (408) 717-3350
E-mail: stephanie_tate7@yahoo.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/InsightToledo
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Teacher: Stephanie Tate  
Notes and Events:

Glass City Dharma is a weekly Vipassana Meditation Group based in Toledo, OH.  Weekly meditation and Dharma discussion is every Thursday evening from 7 - 8:30 p.m. EST.

Additional day longs and retreats are scheduled periodically.


Glen Ard Abbey

Address: 888 Saxtons River Road   Saxtons River VT 05154
Tradition: Mahayana, Celtic Buddhism
Affiliation: Celtic Buddhist Lineage
Phone: 802-8694496
E-mail: sistergriffin@glenardabbey.com
Website: http://glenardabbey.com
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Main Contact: Sr Griffin  Email  
Dana offerring: A teacher or Senior monk will answer questions on practice  Email  
Teacher: Ven Seonaidh Perks  
Notes and Events:

MAil to PO Box 622 Saxtons River VT  05154 
AnaDaire Celtic Buddhist Center and Glen Ard Abbey offer daily morning and evening mediation Monday-Saturday. On Sundays, meditation, liturgy and a dharma talk are given at AnaDaire. Beginning instruction in meditation is always offered.
Glen Ard Abbey offers full time residential Celtic Buddhist training for monastics as well as residential training for lay people interested in coming in for a period of time to explore and strengthen their practice. We also have a cybermonk page for people to ask questions pertaining to their practice.
AnaDaire Celtic Buddhist Center offers various retreats on the Celtic Buddhist Arts, environmental living,  family wilderness retreats, and more. AnaDaire also offers various training practices for mendicants, home dwellers, and anyone interested in exploring this world within the context of the Dharma.
AnaDaire and The Celtic Buddhist Lineage also has affiliates in Ireland.
For more information on Celtic Buddhism or on any of our programs, please contact us at:celticbuddhism@gmail.com or at sistergriffin@glenardabbey.com


Golden Dragon Zen Meditation

Address: 2080 Brookdale Road   Toledo OH 43606
Tradition: Mahayana, Ch'an
Affiliation: Cloudwater Zendo, Cleveland, Ohio
Phone: 4192777582
E-mail: celtperson@hotmail or jbernal@bex.net
Website: http://www.facebook.com/goldendragonzenmeditation
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Notes and Events:

Our meditation group is an inclusive space for all to come practice together. We meet every Thursday at 6pm for seated and walking meditation followed by sutra recitation, tea and some time to talk with one another.

We are located in the attic of Toledo Campus Ministry's chapel. The chapel is located right next to TCM's parking lot and is a small stand-alone building.
We are an affiliate of CloudWater Zendo in Cleveland, Ohio a Ch'an Buddhist(Chinese Zen) temple under the direction of Ven. Shih Ying-Fa.


Grafton Peace Pagoda

Address: 87 Crandall Road  Petersburgh NY 12138
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Nipponzan-Myōhōji
Phone: +1 (518) 658-9301. (Please call between 7:00 and 9:00pm)
Website: http://www.geocities.com/dharmadoors/grafton_peace_pagoda.html
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Spiritual Director: Jun Yasuda  
Notes and Events:

All are welcome to attend morning and evening meditation/chanting sessions held at the recently completed Japanese style temple on the Pagoda grounds.

Spring & Summer Schedule:

  • 5:00 AM - 6:30 AM
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(During the winter, the morning session begins one hour earlier and the evening session begins one hour later.)


Grand Rapids Buddhist Temple

Address: 156 E Fulton   Grand Rapids MI
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Taego Order
Phone: 616-822-2465
E-mail: deokwun@grzen.org
Website: http://www.grzen.org
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Main Contact: Deok Wun Sunim  Email  (Phone: 616-822-2465)
Teacher: Deok Wun Sunim  
Spiritual Director: Deok Wun Sunim  Email  (Phone: 616-822-2465)
Notes and Events:

Sunday 10:00am Sunday Service Monday  6:30pm Buddhist-based Addiction Recovery Tuesday & Thursday (45 min) 12:00pm Chanting & meditation 5:30pm Chanting & meditation, except Thursday, which is a public teaching and discussion 3rd Saturday, (Jan – April) 8:00am  Morning of Mindfulness Full Moon Each Month 5:30pm Mantra Chanting Meditation.


Granite Forest Sangha

Address: 501 Constitution Avenue   Perkasie PA 18944
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hahn
Phone: 215-453-9983
E-mail: info@GraniteForest.org
Website: http://www.GraniteForest.org
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Teacher: Bruce Costa  
Primary Children's Instructor: Barbara Conroy  Email  (Phone: 215-453-9983)
Notes and Events:

Our Sangha is especially supportive of new practitioners, so if you've never even tried meditation before, ours is the place for you. Bringing a pillow, blankets, and/or bolster may make sitting on the floor more comfortable. We have chairs if you prefer to use them. Please arrive a few minutes early, enjoy the bench we made for you to remove your shoes, and enter the practice floor silently, so as to support our friends in their mindfulness efforts.

We meet on the first Monday of each month at 8:30 p.m. You are welcome to contact us via our website or, preferably and if you are a member, through Meetup.com.


Great Mountain Zen Center

Address: 2532 County Road 15 South   Berthoud CO 80513
Tradition: Mahayana, White Plum Asangha, Zen Peacemakers
Affiliation: Zen
Phone: 720-971-7553
E-mail: gmzc@gmzc.org
Website: http://www.gmzc.org
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Main Contact: Gerry Shishin Wick  Email  
Teacher: Ilia Shinko Perez  
Notes and Events:

Traditional Zen practice daily, with weekend or weeklong retreats every month. In addition, Great Heart practice extends traditional Zen to bring non-judgemental awareness to resolve shadow images, fixed beliefs and negative karma. All sincere seekers are welcome to join.


Great River Tendai Sangha

Address: 4444 Arlington Blvd  Arlington 22204
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Tendai Buddhist Institute (http://www.tendai.org)
E-mail: JunsenNettles@gmail.com
Website: http://dctendai.blogspot.com
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Teacher: Rev. Junsen Nettles  
Notes and Events:

Sunday services are at 2402 Mount Vernon Ave (Upstairs) in Alexandria, Virginia. We also meet for meditation at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington in the downstairs chapel on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm.  Teachings and contemplations are also presented on our blog. 


Great River Zendo

Address: 156 Sabino Road   West Bath ME 04530
Tradition: Mahayana, Shunryu Suzuki Soto Zen lineage
Affiliation: San Francisco Zen Center
Phone: (207) 443-4745
E-mail: info@greatriverzendo.org
Website: http://www.greatriverzendo.org
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Spiritual Director: Zenshin Tim Buckley  Email  (Phone: (207) 443-4745)
Teacher: Yozen Peter Schneider  
Guest Teacher: Kotatsu John Bailes  Email  
Main Contact: Zenshin  
Notes and Events:

Daily zazen and services, Saturday (West Bath) and Thursday (Portland) talks.


Great Wave Zen Sangha

Address: 608 E. Ludington Avenue   Ludington MI 49431
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen, White Plum line
Phone: 231-843-7116
E-mail: contact@greatwave.org
Website: http://www.greatwave.org
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Main Contact: http://greatwave.org/contact  Email  (Phone: 231-843-7116)
Spiritual Director: John Gendo Wolff, Sensei  
Notes and Events:

Located near the shore of Lake Michigan in the city of Ludington, Great Wave is a small Sangha affiliated with the White Plum Asanga, established by Taizan Maezumi Roshi

Orientations to the zendo generally take place 6:00 – 7:20 PM on the last Sunday of each month.  Regular Meditation meetings take place each Thursday and Sunday evening, 7:30-8:30 PM.  Occasional Dharma talks are also offered by resident teacher Gendo Sensei.  Gendo Sensei is also available for speaking engagements and to perform marriages, funerals, and blessings.  Please use the contact form on our website for further information or to make inquiries.

Retreat and other event information is provided on the website at http://greatwave.org.


Great Wisdom Meditation Center

Address: 4303 Division Street  Wayland MI 49348
Tradition: Mahayana, Resident Head Monk: Thai Tue, student of Tich Thanh Tu; Vietnamese Zen
Phone: 616-877-4075
E-mail: info@greatwisdommeditationcenter.org
Website: http://www.Greatwisdommeditationcenter.org
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Thai Tue  
Notes and Events:

Using a unique blend of Vipassana and Zen teachings, Thai Tue helps students understand the true nature of our lives and our suffering.

Teachings in Vietnamese are 11am-1pm Sundays

Teachings in English are 7pm-9pm Sundays.


Green Island Sangha/Community of Mindfulness Long Island

Address: of the Community of Mindfulness/New York Metro 28 Brentwood Road, Bayshore NY 11706   NY
Tradition: Mahayana, The Community of Mindfulness/NY Metro [CMNY]
E-mail: grnislandsangha@aol.com
Website: http://greenislandsangha.blogspot.com/
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Contact: Karen or Jeanne  Email  
Spiritual Director: Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh  
Notes and Events:

The Green Island Sangha is inspired by the teachings and practice of Vietnamese Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh; we belong to the international Sangha which he founded: the Order of Interbeing, a "fourfold community" of lay women and men, nuns and monks. We are a grassroots Sangha, beginners and more experienced practitioners learning from and supporting one other on the path of awakening. We are also a part of The Community of Mindfulness New York Metro.

Our aspiration is to bring mindfulness, concentration, and insight to daily living. During our sessions, we apply the practice of conscious breathing to sitting and walking, as well as communicating with compassionate listening and loving speech. Our gatherings also reflect the values of openness. For example, many members continue to participate within other religious or ethical traditions. We are a Sangha of practitioners from the entire length and breath of Long Island and consider ourselves to be part of a world wide Sangha. Beginners are welcome.


Green Mountain Zen Center

Address: 5014 Sunset Bluff Drive, Huntsville, AL 35803-1941   Huntsville AL 35803-1941
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Zen Master Bomun, Single Flower Sangha
Phone: (256) 426-3344
E-mail: kawajimg@gmail.com
Website: http://www.gmzc.us/
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Teacher: Bodhin Gary Beard  Email  (Phone: 256 655-9017)
Main Contact: Jim Gordon  Email  (Phone: 256 426-3344)
Teacher: Shogen Jim Gordon  
Spiritual Director: Bomun George Bowman  
Notes and Events:

A Zen group meeting twice weekly, and practicing an ecumenical form of Zen, affiliated with Zen Master Bomun George Bowman and his Single Flower Sangha.  We hold four weekend Sesshin (Zen meditation retreats) per year, with two led by Zen Master Bomun.

Web site:  www.gmzc.us


Guhyasamaja Buddhist Center

Address: 10875 Main St. Unit 108 Fairfax, VA 22030   Centreville, VA VI 20122
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: 703-774-9692
E-mail: director@guhyasamaja.org
Website: http://www.guhyasamaja.org
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Main Contact: Lorne Ladner  Email  (Phone: 703-774-9692)
Teacher: Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa  
Spiritual Director: Gabe Mata  Email  (Phone: 703-774-9692)
Notes and Events:

The Guhyasamaja Center for Tibetan Buddhist meditation is a community of spiritual friends in the Washington DC area dedicated to the practice of Mahayana Buddhism. Our resident teacher, Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Jampa (Geshe Thinley Topgyal), is a retired abbot of Gyumed Tantric College. We follow the Gelugpa tradition, the same lineage as His Holiness The Dalai Lama. Visiting teachers who have graced the Center in the past include Ven. Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Ven. Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche, and Yangsi Rinpoche.

Our Spiritual Director, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, founded the center in 1994 as part of the worldwide Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. FPMT is an international family of city and retreat centers, monasteries, publishing houses, hospices, and healing centers established by Lama Yeshe.


Guhyasamaja Buddhist Center

Address: 10875 Main Street. Unit. #108   Fairfax VI 22030
Tradition: Mahayana, Gelug
Affiliation: Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition
Phone: (703) 774-9692
E-mail: spc@guhyasamaja.org
Website: http://www.guhyasamaja.org
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Spiritual Director: Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

The Guhyasamaja Center is committed to helping all beings fulfill their highest potential — boundless wisdom and compassion inspired by an attitude of universal responsibility. Our primary focus is the exploration of the mind — how to understand and work with our mind to overcome inner causes of suffering and dissatisfaction (such as hatred, greed, and ignorance) while cultivating inner causes of happiness (such as love, compassion, patience, and wisdom).

Whether you are new to Buddhism or a long-time practitioner, the center provides classes from FPMT's carefully designed curriculum and other opportunities to learn and practice, suitable for all levels of interest and experience. Please visit our Classes & Events page for details.


Gyobutsuji Zen Monastery

Address: Co Rd 9   Kingston AS AR 72742
Tradition: Mahayana, Uchiyama Roshi, Okumura Roshi
Affiliation: Japanese Soto School, Sanshin Zen Community
Phone: (479) 800-5391
E-mail: shoryu@gyobutsuji.org
Website: http://www.gyobutsuji.org/
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Spiritual Director: Shoryu Bradley  Email  (Phone: (479) 800-5391)
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Gyobutsuji (Practice Buddha Monastery) is a small mountain monastery devoted to the practice of zazen.  Located in the Ozark mountains of Northwestern Arkansas, practice at Gyobutsuji aims to realize the spirit of the ancient teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha and Eihei Dogen Zenji through the contemporary Soto Zen practice styles of Kosho Uchiyama Roshi and his Dharma heir, Shohaku Okumura Roshi.

     The inspiration for Gyobutsuji's name is found in Eihei Dogen Zenji's Shobogenzo Gyobutsu Igi (True Dharma Eye Treasury: Dignified Behavior of Practice Buddha):

     All buddhas without exception fully practice dignified conduct: this [practice] is Practice Buddha.  [...] Sharing one corner of the Buddha's dignified conduct is done together with the entire universe, the great earth, and with the entire coming-and-going of life-and-death.  [...] This is nothing other than the dignified conduct of the oneness of Practice and Buddha.

     Rather than a means for individual spiritual attainment, practice at Gyobutsuji is approached as the actualization of boundless "truth", done together with "all things".  It is in this actualization, this sincere practice of the present moment, that we are released from suffering.  Dogen Zenji expressed this attitude in Gyobutsu Igi by presenting genuine practice as the universal buddha he called "Practice Buddha"(Gyobutsu).  At Gyobutsuji we aspire to honor our practice as Practice Buddha, the boundless "reality" beyond concepts of self and other, existence and nonexistence, and time and space. Practice at Gyobutsuji is the actualization of our trust that genuine practice is the greatest offering we can make to ourselves and to the whole of life.

     At this time, earth, grasses and trees, fences and walls, tiles and pebbles, all things in the dharma realm in ten directions, carry out buddha work. Therefore, everyone receives the benefit of wind and water movement caused by this functioning, and all are imperceptibly helped by the wondrous and incomprehensible influence of Buddha to actualize the enlightenment at hand.  — Dogen Zenji in Bendowa (Wholehearted Practice of the Way)

     It is through this practice of universal offering that we find our individual paths.  Personal development through study, work practice, interpersonal interactions and meditation, allows us to nurture our vow to awaken to universal life as we allow it to blossom through our individual activities.


Habitat of Buddha Yoga Inc

Address: 5908 67th Ave. N.   Pinellas Park FL 33781
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: None
E-mail: habitat.usa@gmail.com
Website: http://habitatbuddhayoga.blogspot.com/
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Main Contact: Reverend Upananda T Dedunupitiye  
Spiritual Director: Reverend Upananda T Dedunupitiye  Email  
Notes and Events:

The Habitat of Buddha Yoga, Inc (HBY) adheres to the Buddha’s teaching that one does not have to be initiated or baptized as a Buddhist in order to be a Buddhist. While one adheres to one’s religious/spiritual upbringing one has acquired since birth, one must be able to respect all the religions; one can be a Buddhist, as one embark upon and continue a life-long process of self-transformation through Buddha Yoga (=mental cultivation) which is specifically known as “Vipassana” (Insight) meditation only found in the Buddha’s Teaching. Just as different rivers flowing from different directions become one on emptying themselves into the ocean, people from different religio-cultural backgrounds become one, as they “sit together” for self-transformation, whose ultimate step is “Absolute Awakening” (Nirvana). Unless Awakening of the moment is achieved in daily life, Nirvana will only be a dream or fantasy. The HBY welcomes people from all walks of life and different religio-cultural backgrounds to congregate together and journey into the mind wherein lays the potential of Nirvana, or Buddha Nature. The Buddha Nature remains hindered by fermentations gradually built up, as life is lived in a stressful and disharmonious way. Buddha’s Teaching is not only for Buddhists but also for all beings. The HBY wishes you a life full of wellness, happiness and peace. 


Hayward Kadampa Buddhist Meditation

Address: 22248 Main Street   Hayward CA 94541
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition
Phone: 415-503-1187
E-mail: meditationinhayward@gmail.com
Website: http://www.MeditateInTheBayArea.org
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Teacher: Michele Katrina Thorsen  
Main Contact: Michele Katrina Thorsen  Email  (Phone: (415) 377-1906)
Notes and Events:

These drop-in classes explore meditation and modern Buddhist practices for improving our happiness, relationships, and ability to transform problems into opportunities. The classes are suitable for everyone and consist of guided meditations, teaching and discussion. Each class is self-contained, so drop in anytime. There is no need to pre-register or bring anything. Everyone is welcome!

$12/class

We are a non-profit organization funded by class fees and donations. Any profits go towards supporting the International Temples Project for World Peace.


Healing Springs in the Pines Sangha

Address: Congregational Church of Pinehurst Linden Road   Pinehurst NC
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hahn
Affiliation: Community of Mindful Living
Phone: (910) 9149-2623
E-mail: emilywhittle@centurylink.net or johnrbowman@centurylink.net
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Spiritual Director: Thich Nhat Hanh  
Contact: John Bowman  Email  (Phone: 910-949-2623)
Teacher: Emily Whittle  
Notes and Events:

Meets on Sundays, 4-6 PM in the Fellowship Hall of the Congregational Church of Pinehurst. Activities include sitting and walking meditation, Dharma sharing, and sponsoring Days of Mindfulness.


Heart Circle Sangha

Address: 451 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood, NJ 07450   Ridgewood NJ 07450
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen White Plum Asangha
Affiliation: White Plum Asangha
Phone: 877442-7936
E-mail: info@heartcirclesangha.org
Website: http://www.heartcirclesangha.org
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Teacher: Joan Hogetsu Hoeberichts, Sensei  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Joan Hogetsu Hoeberichts  Email  (Phone: 201-445-1874)
Notes and Events:

We offer meditation instruction every Sunday morning at 8:45; regular zazen periods, Sundays, Monday evenings, and Weds mornings.  Sunday morning programs include service and dharma talks followed by discussion.  Residential retreats are twice a year, householder retreats and workshops approximately four a year.  Precept study and koan study available.

For more information please go to our website.


Heart Of Dharma- Prajna Center

Address: 1109 Main St. Suite 329   Boise ID 83702
Tradition: Vajrayana
Phone: 208 921-4062
E-mail: cdhill@cableone.net
Website: http://www.heartofdharma.org/
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Main Contact: Charlie Hill  Email  
Teacher: Dana Marsh  
Spiritual Director: Dana Marsh  
Notes and Events:

Heart of the Dharma is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to providing an avenue for spiritual seekers to meet with the liberating wisdom teachings of the Buddha.  We are dedicated to sharing the essence, or heart, of Buddhas teachings and making them widely available to everyone regardless of background. The Buddha taught the way out of suffering. Awakening to the truth of the way things are is possible. The result is freedom and happiness. 

Venue: Located in the Owyhee Plaza Hotel.            


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