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Way Of Compassion Dharma Center

Address: 520 South Third Street, Ste. 28   Carbondale CO 81623
Tradition: Vajrayana, Rime
Phone: (970) 510-0583
E-mail: admin@wocompassion.org
Website: https://wocdc.org/
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Main Contact: Chris Lemig  Email  (Phone: (970) 510-0583)
Spiritual Director: John Bruna  Email  (Phone: (970) 510-0583)
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The Way of Compassion Dharma Center is the first of its kind in the Roaring Fork Valley of western Colorado. It is a gathering place for Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike to listen to, study, and mediate on the teachings of the Buddha in a warm and welcoming environment.


Weirton Mindfulness

Address: 114 Lee Avenue, Weirton WV 26062   WV
Tradition: Mahayana, Mixed but mainly Zen
Phone: (304) 748-4499
E-mail: technozilla44@yahoo.com
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Contact: Joshua Stewart  
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A place for people to learn about meditation and/or Buddhism in and around the Weirton area. Open to everyone including those only interested in meditation practices.


West County Sangha

Address: 30 Windy Hill,  Shelburne Falls MA 01370
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hahn
Affiliation: Community of Mindful Living
Phone: (413) 625-9495
E-mail: pru@wilderwindy.com
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Contact: Prudence Grand  
Notes and Events:

meditation, readings and teaching of Thich Nhat Hanh-- 1st and 3rd sunday of every month at 5-7 in the summer months and 4-6 in the winter months


West Covina Buddhist Temple

Address: 1203 W. Puente Avenue   Covina CA 91790
Tradition: Mahayana, Jodo Shinshu Buddhism
Affiliation: Higashi Hongani
Phone: (626) 913-0622
E-mail: dharma@livingdharma.org
Website: http://www.livingdharma.org
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Temple Communication Staff: Frederick Brenion  Email  
Temple Communication Staff: Peter Hata  Email  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Ken Kawawata  Email  
Notes and Events:

West Covina Buddhist Temple, located in the East San Gabriel Valley of Southern Califronia, follows the teachings of Shinran Shonin and Shakyamuni Buddha, the essence of which is "Namu Amida Butsu"; when we deeply see the limitations of the self within (namu), we simultaneously awaken to the unlimited world beyond the self (amida butsu). We hold weekly Sunday Services at 10:00 am, but check our Calendar (http://www.livingdharma.org/Calendar.html) because there are occasional afternoon services. Directions are at http://www.livingdharma.org/Map.html. Everyone is welcome.


Whispering Waters Sangha

Address: 838 State Farm Road #1   Boone NC 28607
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: (828) 386-1172
E-mail: sandranista@gmail.com
Website: http://whisperingwaterssangha.wordpress.com/
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Contact: Matt Wasson  Email  (Phone: 828-773-0788)
Main Contact: Sandra Diaz  Email  (Phone: 407-739-6465)
Notes and Events:

The Whispering Waters Sangha is a community of people in the North Carolina high country that come together twice per month in Boone to practice meditation, share insights and support each others’ mindfulness and meditation practices.

Our main gathering is on the second Friday of each the month from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m at the Boone Healing Arts Center. We have also recently begun meeting on the fourth Sunday at Mountain Pathways School from 5:00 pm to 7:00pm. At the Sunday meetings, there is a potluck afterwards, so please bring an item to share if you can.

This sangha is not tied to any particular Buddhist tradition and newcomers are welcome to join us for sitting and walking meditation, dharma group discussions, kirtan and other Buddhist practices.


White Cloud Buddhist Society

Address: 14821 255 Avenue S E   Issaquah WA 98027
Tradition: Mahayana, Hua Yen/Pure Land
Phone: 1 888 726-8992
Fax: 1 888 726-8992
E-mail: info@whitecloudbuddhism.org
Website: http://www.whitecloudbuddhism.org
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Spiritual Director: Xiaobaiyun  Email  (Phone: 1 888 726-8992)
Notes and Events:

White Cloud Buddhism is a HuaYen/Pure Land tradition.

Following the teachings contained in the Avatamsaka (Hua Yen, or Flower Garland) Sutra, we stress the interconnectedness of all matter, the interrelatedness of all beings.

By studying and following these teachings, we hope to realize the true nature of things, and thus to liberate ourselves and our fellow beings from our present world of delusion, and to discover the Enlightenment of The Buddhas.

We rely upon the compassionate vows of Amitabha (Amituo Fo, or Amida Buddha) to bring us to his Pure Land, where we may realize ultimate enlightenment, and return to bring our fellow beings to that same state.

The White Cloud Buddhist Society (Bai Yun Fo She) was founded by the monk Q\\\\\\\'ing Que during the Song Dynasty (c.1108 C.E.) in Hangzhou, China. From its very beginnings, it has not been a society of monks and nuns cloistered away from the everyday world. Rather, our priests and practitioners alike live the "householder\\\\\\\'s" life, taking part in family activity and the everyday work of modern society. Priests can be female or male, married or single. Upon ordination, all priests take the Buddhist name "Bai Yun," or "White Cloud." Thus, all are indistinguishable from each other, all the same, so, in a way, it can be said that there is only one priest in White Cloud Buddhism, named "Bai Yun."
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White Lotus Society

Address: 815 Park Avenue   Rochester NY 14607
Tradition: Vajrayana, Drikung Kagyu
Affiliation: Drikung Kagyu
E-mail: info@whitelotusdharma.org
Website: http://www.whitelotusdharma.org
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Spiritual Director: H.H. the Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang  
Teacher: Frank Howard  
Main Contact: Gretchen Howard  Email  
Notes and Events:

White Lotus Society is dedicated to the transmission of Buddhas teachings and realization to America and is committed to the support of those who seek to walk the Path together. This effort involves individuals gaining the confidence to commit to ongoing study, critical analysis - pounding the teachings as gold would be hammered in ancient India to prove its purity - and applying the teachings to the training of the mind. We practice in the tradition of the Drikung Kagyu lineage of Tibet.
 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 13084, Rochester, NY 14610


White Plains Zen

Address: 82 Prospect Street   White Plains NY 10606
Tradition: Mahayana, White Plum
Affiliation: White Plum Asangha
Phone: 914.403.3623
E-mail: whiteplainszen@gmail.com
Website: http://whiteplainsze.org
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Main Contact: Russ Michel  Email  (Phone: 9144033623)
Teacher: Robert Kennedy, S.J., Roshi  
Spiritual Director: Russ Michel  Email  (Phone: 9144033623)
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Our Practice:

Zazen: seated meditation involves working with the body, breath, and mind: entering into deep silence and stillness, opening to a fresh awareness.  It opens the eye to wisdom and the heart to compassion.  Our practice emphasizes the practice of zazen, recognizing it as a way for people to deepen their insight of their true self... To Awaken!

Becoming a Member
There are no membership requirements.   We are an interfaith group and are not bound by any religion. Everyone from all walks of life and from all religious or non-religious backgrounds are welcome to sit with us.  There are no fees or dues, however, donations are accepted via the Offering Bowl.

White Plains Zen, a sittting group started in Feburary 2002 is affiliated with Morning Star Zendo in Jersey City NJ. All are part of the White Plum Asanga, in the lineage of Hakuyu Taizan Maezumi Roshi.              

Our guiding teacher: 
Robert E. Kennedy, S.J. Roshi.

White Plains Zen Sangha is a member of the Zen Peacemaker Order (ZPO) based at the Maezumi Institute in Montague, MA. This is an open and free association of Zen groups, either in the lineage of Bernard Glassman, Roshi , or practicing zen and socially engaged spirituality. The purpose of the cooperative efforts of the affiliating groups is to maintain zen practice, realization and actualization, and to nurture, promote and creatively transform zen traditions. The mission, vision and unifying principles of Zen Peacemakers can be read at www.zenpeacemakers.com or by contacting the ZPS Coordinator, Sally Sonen Kealy at sonen@zenpeacemakers.com


White Sands Buddhist Center (monastery)

Address: 4640 Knost Drive   Mims FL 32754
Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese Zen, Lam Te Chuc Thanh Dharma Lineage.
Phone: 321-383-0723
E-mail: whitesandsbc@gmail.com
Website: http://www.cattrang.org
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Main Contact: Venerable Khai Thien  
Teacher: Khai Thien - Thich Tam Thien  
Spiritual Director: Venerable Khai Thien, Abbot  
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Lion pillars in stone at White Sands

The White Sands Buddhist Center (WSBC) is a Buddhist monastery that was established on May 19, 2005 in Mims, Florida, a town located approximately one hour by car to the east of Orlando International Airport. Address: 4640 Knost Drive, Mims Florida, 32754-USA.

The original infrastructure of WSBC was a resident house on an 16 acre lot that was purchased by the founders of White Sands on the patronage of the family of Dr. Chau Lam Son and Nguyen Thi Thanh Truc. The Abbot of the monastery is Zen Master Khai Thien, the 41st of the Lam Te Chuc Thanh Dharma Lineage.

Zen Master Khai Thien and other monks, nuns, and Buddhist laities held an establishing ceremony at 9:00 p.m. on May 19, 2005. On June 16, 2005, the monastery was granted authorization by the State of Florida to operate as a non-profit organization.


Willimantic Mindfulness Sangha

Address: Knight House 2 Windham Street Ext   Willimantic CN 06226
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 860 423-6691
E-mail: johnschwenk@juno.com
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Main Contact: John Schwenk  Email  (Phone: 860 423-6691)
Notes and Events:

The Willimantic Mindfulness Sangha is an unaffiliated non-sectarian Buddhist meditation group that meets Sunday evenings, 7-9PM, on the campus of Eastern CT State University (which kindly allows us use of their interfaith facility though we are not otherwise affiliated with ECSU). We do sitting and walking meditations, a short Dharma teaching, and a Dharma sharing. Buddhist-style meditation instruction is available upon request. Please email for more information.


Willow Branch Sangha

Address: 1066 South New Street   West Chester PA 19382
Tradition: Mahayana, Thich Nhat Hanh
Affiliation: Plum Village, France
Phone: 610-388-1257
E-mail: dn@willowbranch.org
Website: http://www.willowbranch.org
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Main Contact: Dat Nguyen  Email  (Phone: 610-388-1257)
Notes and Events:

Group sitting and walking followed by dharma sharing at 6 PM Sundays.  Recitation of Mindfulness Trainings (Precepts) on first and third Sundays.  Dharma talk listening and discussion 7:30 PM Thursdays.  Periodic visits and practice at Blue Cliff Monastery, Pine Bush, NY.


Windhorse Zen Community

Address: 580 Panther Branch Road,   Alexander NC 28701
Tradition: Mahayana, Roshi Philip Kapleau, Rinzai/Soto
Affiliation: Rochester Zen Center, Bodhidharma Zen Center Warsaw, Poland
Phone: (828) 645-8001
E-mail: windhorse@windhorsezen.org
Website: http://www.windhorsezen.org
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Contact: Sunya Kjolhede  
Spiritual Directors & Teachers: Co-Abbots Sensei Lawson Sachter, Sensei Sunya Kjolhede  
Notes and Events:

Daily morning/evening sittings, dokusan twice a week, a program with teisho and a potluck lunch on Sunday. Sesshins every 2 months. Details on the website.


Wisconsin Buddhist Vihara

Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Minnesota Buddhist Vihara
Phone: (612) 522 1811
E-mail: wibvusa@gmail.com
Website: http://www.wibv.org/
Spiritual Director: Witiyala Seewalie Thera  Email  (Phone: (612) 522 1811)
Notes and Events:

The mission of the Wisconsin Buddhist Vihara is to share the Buddhas message of Peace and Happiness and help create peace and harmony within and ourselves and in the surrounding world.


Wisdom Kadampa Buddhist Center

Address: 1200 S Street Suite B   Sacramento CA 95811
Tradition: Mahayana, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition-International Kadampa Buddhist Union
Phone: 916.668.9562
E-mail: epc@MeditationInSacramento.org
Website: http://www.meditationinsacramento.org/
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Main Contact: Miguel P. Walters  Email  (Phone: (916) 668-9562)
Teacher: Kadam Ace Remas  
Notes and Events:

 Wisdom Kadampa Buddhist Center is OPEN TO EVERYONE & offers meditation classes, day courses, retreats & Pujas (chanted prayers) to help us to solve our problems through the application of Buddhas advice (Dharma) to our daily lives.
 
Mission
     The purpose of the Wisdom Kadampa Buddhist Center is to preserve and promote the essence of Buddha Shakyamuni\\\'s teachings in a form that is suited to the modern world and way of life.
 
Description
     All Center activities follow the guidance and teaching tradition of Buddha Shakyamuni & the Kadampa Spiritual Guide Geshe Kelsang Gyatso who has written over 22 Dharma texts and established the New Kadampa Tradition- International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU: http://kadampa.org/) to benefit all beings and support them in their quest for the full happiness of Enlightenment.

Our Centers Resident Teacher is Kadam Ace Remas who has taught in the Kadampa tradition under the guidance of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 15 years. Other Center activities are led by devoted Kadampa practitioners & students.

Our Center completely subsist on the kind donations provided by our visitors, regular membership & the blessings of the Buddhas & Bodhisattvas.


Wisdom Publications

Address: 199 Elm Street, Somerville, MA 02144 Sales USA (800) 272 4050   MA
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: (617) 776 7416
Fax: (617) 776 7841
E-mail: Info@wisdompubs.org
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Notes and Events:

Wisdom Publications is dedicated to making available authentic Buddhist works for the benefit of all. We publish translations of the sutras and tantras, commentaries and teachings of past and contemporary Buddhist masters, and original works by the world\'s leading Buddhist scholars. We publish our titles with the appreciation of Buddhism as a living philosophy and with the special commitment to preserve and transmit important works from all the major Buddhist traditions.


WNY Nichiren Shu Buddhist Sangha

Address: 2495 Main Street Suite 418  Buffalo NY 14214
Tradition: Mahayana, Nichiren Shu
Phone: (716) 909-8516
E-mail: nichi_45@yahoo.com
Website: http://gassho-do.com/wnysangha/
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Main Contact: Chad Grohman  Email  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Kanjin Cederman  Email  (Phone: (716) 909-8516)
Notes and Events:

Meditation and Instruction available.  Please see website for details.


Won Buddhism Meditation Temple

Address: 8021 Old NC 86 Chapel Hill, NC 27516-5142   NC
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean=everyone welcome!
Phone: (919) 933-6946
E-mail: wonbuddhismnc@gmail.com
Website: http://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/
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Notes and Events:

We come together for meditation practice every Saturday at 11:00 am and Sunday at 10:00 am (directions). The Temple is open to everyone. Families, students, and "just curious" are welcome. No experience necessary.

The Temple is always open, including holidays and even during inclement weather.


Won Buddhism of Manhattan

Address: 431 East 57th Street   New York NY 10022
Tradition: Mahayana, Won Buddhism
Affiliation: Mahayana, Zen, Won
Phone: 212-750-2773
E-mail: info@wonbuddhist.org
Website: http://www.wonbuddhist.org
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Main Contact: Rev. Doyeon Park  Email  (Phone: 212-750-2773)
Teacher: Ven. Chung Ohun Lee  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Chung Ohun Lee  
Notes and Events:

 Won Buddhism of Manhattan has served, for the last seventeen years, as a spiritual home for New Yorkers. The Manhattan Won Buddhist Temple, which is also the site of the Won Buddhist UN Office, was founded in 1994. It is a place of peace and restoration, and a place to learn and practice Won Buddhism and meditation. Won Buddhists follow Sotaesan\\\'s vision of living the teaching of Buddha with simplicity and commitment in our highly modern and materialistic society.

Won Buddhism embraces Buddha’s teaching and make it relevant and suitable to contemporary society. It aims to use Buddhist teachings and meditation practice for practical and useful purposes so that we can build One World Community and to realize oneness of life based on the Buddhist view of interdependency and the interconnectedness of all.

The temple offers Sunday Dharma service, weekday group meditation, retreats, and study groups. All nationalities, cultures, ages and spiritual backgrounds are welcome to our Temple in the spirit of open community.


Won Buddhism of Manhattan

Address: 431 East 57th Street   New York NY 10022
Tradition: Mahayana, Won Buddhism
Affiliation: Mahayana, Zen, Won
Phone: 212-750-2773
E-mail: info@wonbuddhist.org
Website: http://www.wonbuddhist.org
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Main Contact: Rev. Doyeon Park  Email  (Phone: 212-750-2773)
Spiritual Director: Ven. Chung Ohun Lee  
Teacher: Ven. Chung Ohun Lee  
Notes and Events:

 Won Buddhism of Manhattan has served, for the last seventeen years, as a spiritual home for New Yorkers. The Manhattan Won Buddhist Temple, which is also the site of the Won Buddhist UN Office, was founded in 1994. It is a place of peace and restoration, and a place to learn and practice Won Buddhism and meditation. Won Buddhists follow Sotaesan\\\'s vision of living the teaching of Buddha with simplicity and commitment in our highly modern and materialistic society.

Won Buddhism embraces Buddha’s teaching and make it relevant and suitable to contemporary society. It aims to use Buddhist teachings and meditation practice for practical and useful purposes so that we can build One World Community and to realize oneness of life based on the Buddhist view of interdependency and the interconnectedness of all.

The temple offers Sunday Dharma service, weekday group meditation, retreats, and study groups. All nationalities, cultures, ages and spiritual backgrounds are welcome to our Temple in the spirit of open community.


Wonderwell Mountain Refuge

Address: 253 Philbrick Hill Road   Springfield NH 03284
Tradition: Vajrayana, Kagyu and Nyingma
Phone: (603) 763-0204
E-mail: info@wonderwellrefuge.org
Website: http://www.wonderwellrefuge.org/
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Main Contact: Greg Bruss  Email  
Spiritual Director: Lama Willa Miller  
Teacher: Lama Willa Miller  
Notes and Events:

We offer week long and weekend retreats, and host a weekly meditation group Monday nights, 7pm-8:30pm.


Yellow Dog Sangha

Address:   San Antonio, Texas TX
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Phone: 830 9643684
E-mail: gribbinanita@yahoo.com
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Teacher: Randy Gribbin, C.D.L.  
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Insight Meditation San Antonio (Yellow Dog Sangha) is led by Randy Gribbin, Community Dharma Leader, sponsored by the Spirit Rock Meditation Center. We meet each Monday at 7:30PM at the First Unitarian Universalist Church in San Antonio, Texas, 7150 I.H. 10. New students may contact Randy Gribbin for orientation and beginning meditation instructions.


Yellow Springs Dharma Center

Address: 502 Livermore Street, Yellow Springs, OH 45387   OH
Tradition: Vajrayana, Non-Sectarian, Mixed - Vipassana, Zen and
Affiliation: Buddhist Studies Program of Antioch Education Abroad Antioch University
Phone: (937) 767-9919
E-mail: msteries@aol.com
Website: http://www.ysdharma.org/
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The Yellow Springs Dharma Center is a Buddhist meditation center supporting practice in the three traditions of Vipassana, Zen, and Vajyarana Buddhism. Daily silent meditation is offered at 7am every Monday through Friday, and at 7pm every evening except Saturday. Zen Meditation is offered Saturday, 7:30 - 9:30 am, Vipassana meditation is held on Sunday, 8:00 9:30 am, and   Vajrayana practice the first and third Sunday each month, 10:00am to 11:00 am.

Dharma Center Board of Trustees 
todd@sammonsandfrantz.com

General information
Mary: msteries@aol.com

General information and special events
Donna: adenman@yellowsprings.com

Library
Barbara: lotuspetal@pobox.com

Wesbsite Corrections and Suggestions
Todd: todd@sammonsandfrantz.com


Yellow Springs Dharma Center

Address: 502 Livermore Street   Yellow Springs OH 45387
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (937) 767-9919
E-mail: vipassana@ysdharma.org
Website: http://www.ysdharma.org
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Teacher: Rebecca Bradshaw  
Main Contact: Parker Buckley  
Notes and Events:

We are pleased to announce that this coming year, April 29-May 6, 2016, we will be holding a seven day Vipassana retreat, including metta practice, with our teacher from the Insight Meditation Society, Rebecca Bradshaw.  She will be assisted by Milena Cardenas Ophuls, and the retreat will take place at the Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford, Milford, Ohio (just north of Cincinnati).  We wanted to send you a "save the date" and will forward a flyer in September.  We will also be offering a three day option from April 29 to May 2.  We hope you can share this information with your community, as it is an opportunity to sit with a well-known and respected teacher right here in the Midwest.


Yoga@Cattitude

Address: 53 Main Street, Bayside Landing 2nd Floor PO Box 284   Bar Harbor ME 04609
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: yoga@cattitudemdi.com
Website: http://www.cattitudemdi.com
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Main Contact: Laura Neal  Email  (Phone: 207-460-3908)
Notes and Events:

Mindfulness Yoga classes, Vipassana meditation, Intro to Meditation workshops, Day of Mindfulness day-long trainings, worksite mindfulness classes.  See www.cattitudemdi.com for schedule.


Yogi Tsoru Dechen Rinpoche Foundation

Address: 3239 West Trade Ave. Unit 10   Coconut Grove FL 33133
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan,
E-mail: info@ytdr.org
Website: http://www.ytdr.org
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Teachers: Tulku Tsori Rinpoche  
Main Contact: Public Relations  Email  
Spiritual Director: Tulku Tsori Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

The Yogi Tsoru Dechen Rinpoche Foundation was created to provide Westerners access to the Buddha Dharma (Path of Awakening), and to supply Compassion and Wisdom to all human beings. The founder and spiritual leader of YTDR Foundation is Tulku Karma Gyurme Sonam Rinpoche, who is recognized as a Lama - a term reserved for senior members of the Tibetan Order.

YTDR Foundation is a non profit organization. All proceeds directly benefit the people of Tibet, and help ensure the survival of their culture.


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