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White Heron Sangha

Address: San Luis   Obispo CA
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Buddhist meditation and study-Everyone is welcome
Affiliation: Not affiliated with any particular teacher or group
Phone: (805) 595-7760
E-mail: whheron@kcbx.net
Website: http://www.whiteheronsangha.org
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Young Buddhists Association of San Francisco

Address: 1881 Pine Street   San Francisco CA 94109
Tradition: Mahayana, Jodo Shinshu (Pureland)
Affiliation: Yound Buddhists Association of America
E-mail: minidora24@excite.co.jp
Website: http://www.geocities.com/bcsfhome/yba.html
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Contact: Lika Sasaki (President)  
Teacher: Shizuko Siegel  


Zen Center of Los Angeles (ZCLA)

Address: 923 South Normandie Avenue   Los Angeles, CA 90006
Tradition: Mahayana, White Plum Sangha
Website: http://www.zencenter.org
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Zen Center of Orange County

Address: 120 East 18th Street   Costa Mesa CA 92627
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
E-mail: zencenter@zcoc.org
Website: http://www.zcoc.org
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Teacher: Dr. Deborah Barrett  


Zen Hospice Project

Address: 273 Page Street   San Francisco CA 94102
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Residential Care Hospice
E-mail: mail@zenhospice.org
Website: http://www.zenhospice.org
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American Buddhist Fellowship - Mei Fo Temple (美佛寺)

Address: 1032 South 1st Street   Alhambra CA 91801
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (626) 213-4563
E-mail: meifotemple@gmail.com
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Spiritual Director: Venerable Xing Ren  
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The American Buddhist Fellowship is a non-profit Buddhist organization, and its mission is to provide fellowship for monastics, Dharma talks and meditation retreats for the public, as well as hospice and spiritual emergency care. The temple was founded in 2009 by Venerable Dr. Xing Ren, an ordained Buddhist monk from Wenzhou, China.


Beginners Mind Zen Center

Address: 9325 Lasaine Avenue   Northridge CA 91325
Tradition: Mahayana, Japanese Soto Zen
Affiliation: San Francisco Zen Center
Phone: (818) 349-7708
E-mail: opengate@beginnersmindzencenter.org
Website: http://beginnersmindzencenter.org/
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Teacher: Jane Schneider  
Spiritual Director: Peter Schneider  Email  
Notes and Events:

On Saturday mornings, we offer meditation instruction from 9:30am - 10:30am (suggested donation $10).  If you are new to meditation, or to Zen practice, the meditation instruction sessions are a good place to start and a great opportunity to get individualized instruction.  And, after meditation instruction on Saturday morning, you are also welcome to stay for the regular Saturday practice: Saturday, 10:30am – 12pm (two 30-minute periods of meditation with a 10-minute period of walking meditation in between, followed by a short Zen Buddhist service; during the second period of meditation, we usually have a Dharma talk).  Afterward, many of us stay and enjoy a vegetarian lunch together.

Monday – Friday, 6:30am – 7:30am (40-minute meditation, followed by a short Buddhist service). Tuesday & Thursday, 7:30pm – 8:10pm (40-minute meditation). Friday, 7:30pm – 9:00pm (30-minute meditation, followed by a book/reading study group and discussion).


Bodhi Light International (BLI) - Lu Mountain Temple

Address: 7509 Mooney Drive   Rosemead CA 91770
Tradition: Mahayana, Chan and Pure Land
Affiliation: www.tinhdodaithua.org
Phone: 626-280-8801
E-mail: blipub@bli2pl.org
Website: http://www.bli2pl.org
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Master Yong Hua  Email  (Phone: 626-280-8801)
Notes and Events:

  • Vajra Sutra Lecture on every Sunday
  • Meditation training center
  • Buddhist chanting
  • Fo Qi and Chan Qi Assemblies are hosted twice per year
  • Publications: The Bequeathed Teachings Sutra, The Sutra in 42 Sections, Medicine Master Sutra, Earth Store Sutra, Small Amitabha Sutra, Pure Land Handbook

    Free publications are available in printed books and online PDF files.  All publications are available in English, Vietnamese, and Chinese.

    Currently seeking for publication sponsorship and volunteering for Sutra translations.


    BodhiPath Buddhist Center Santa Barbara

    Address: 113 West Gutierrez   Santa Barbara CA
    Tradition: Mahayana, A Karma Kagyu Buddhist Center Tibetan
    Affiliation: BodhiPath International Buddhist Centers
    Phone: 805-252-6137
    E-mail: bodhipathsb@gmail.com
    Website: http://bodhipath.org/santabarbara
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    Main Contact: Jen Gaffaney  
    Teacher: Dawa Tarchin & Bart Mendel  
    Spiritual Director: Shamar Rinpoche  
    Notes and Events:

    All classes and programs are held at our dharma center in downtown Santa Barbara at 113 West Gutierrez Street, 2nd Floor. (Behind Pollero Outlet) 

    Weekly Activities: 

    Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 pm: Group Meditation and Dharma Teaching

    Sunday mornings, 11:00 am: Chenrezig Practice

    We also offer Weekend Meditation Workshops, Quarterly Urban Retreats and an Annual Residential Retreat.

    Please visit http://groups.google.com/group/santa-barbara-bodhipath-buddhist-center?hl=en for more information or to sign up for our weekly email updates.


    Buddhist Center - Rissho Kosei-kai International of North America

    Address: 4522 Campus Dr, Suite A245  Irvine CA 92612
    Tradition: Mahayana,
    Affiliation: Rissho Kosei-kai
    Phone: 949-336-4430
    E-mail: info@buddhistcenter-rkina.org
    Website: http://www.buddhistcenter-rkina.org
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    Spiritual Director: Shoko Mizutani  Email  (Phone: 949-336-4430)
    Notes and Events:

    Our Buddhist Center - RKINA in Irvine, Orange County is the Rissho Kosei-kais regional center for North America, established for sharing the Buddha Dharma with a special focus on the Lotus Sutra (Ekayana Buddhism) for all practitioners living in the United States and Canada.

    We offer a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with a library of books from all Buddhist traditions that are available for check-out.  We also offer Dharma study session on every Tuesday evening and Dharma service on every Sunday morning.


    Buddhist Text Translation Society

    Address: 4951 Bodhi Way   Ukiah CA 95482
    Tradition: Mahayana
    Affiliation: Dharma Realm Buddhist Association
    Phone: (707) 462-0939
    Fax: (707) 462-0949
    E-mail: info@buddhisttexts.org
    Website: http://www.buddhisttexts.org
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    Spiritual Director: Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua  
    Notes and Events:

    Buddhist Canon

          In order to establish Buddhism firmly in China, scriptures were translated from Sanskrit into Chinese.

    Countless people were involved in this task. National Master Kumarajiva (5th century) headed a team of over 800 in a decade-long translation project of the Tripitaka (Buddhist Canon). Because of this work, nearly the entire Buddhist Canon of over a thousand texts exists today in Chinese.

          Now as Buddhism is being planted in Western soil, the same translation work is being done form Chinese into English. The Buddhist Text Translation Society (BTTS) founded by Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua in 1970, is working toward this goal with committees headed by Bhikshus (monks) and Bhikshunis (nuns) devoted to translation, revision, editing and certification of the entire Tripitaka.

    Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua (1918 – 1995)

    At first glance, he looked and sounded like any other Chinese immigrant in San Francisco in the 1960s. His humble manner belied his position as the 45th Buddhist patriarch in direct lineage from Shakyamuni Buddha.

    Master Hua was born in 1918 near Manchuria, China into a family of frugal farmers. He learned to read at 15, and after his mother’s death at 19, he became a monk. He meditated by his mother’s grave for three years and practiced other austerities before receiving full ordination.

    At Nan Hua Monastery in Canton, Master Hua received the mind-to-mind transmission of the Patriarchs Master Hsu Yun, making him a Patriarch in direct lineage with Bodhidharma, the last patriarch of India, and Hui Neng, the first patriarch of Zen. With the arrival of the communists on the Chinese mainland, the Master went to Hong Kong to promote orthodox Buddhism. In 1962, he brought monastic, Mahayana Buddhism to America. He founded the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas, the International Translation Institute, and over 20 other monasteries and temples all over the globe, with the goal of spreading Buddhism worldwide.


    Dari Rulai Temple

    Address: 148 S. 8th Ave, Ste. A   La Puente CA 91746
    Tradition: Mahayana, 49th MahaAcharya, the Dharma Lineage Holder of the Esoteric School, AND the 47th Lineage Holder of the Linji School of Chan/Zen Buddhism, and the 16th Linage Holder of the renouwned Zhaojue
    Affiliation: MahaVairocana Dharma King Dechan Jueren
    Phone: 626-330-0921
    Fax: 626-330-4971
    E-mail: darirulaitemple@hotmail.com
    Website: http://www.dari-rulai-temple.org
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    Abbot, Vajracharya: Dan Kendall, Chanzhi Decheng  
    Main Contact: Abbot of the Temple  Email  (Phone: 626-330-0921)
    Teacher: Zanze Pandit, Chanzhi Dezhi  
    Spiritual Director: Maha Vairocana Dechan Jueren  
    Notes and Events:

    Teachings

    Buddhist esoteric practice involves the use of mantras, mudras, and visualizations to go from an ordinary state of mind to a higher state. A daily meditation practice is essential to greatly speed the natural self-healing process of the body.

    Foundation Practices:

    Treasure Vase
    Calming and Relaxing
    Diamond Wisdom
    Dhyana Yoga
    Prajna Akasagarbha

    Advanced Practices:

    Medicine Buddha Dharma
    Buddhist Healing Techniques
    Black Furious Manjusri Dharma
    Ucchusma Vajrapala Sutra
    Dharma Instruments
    Dharani Cover Mala Dharma

    Treasure Vase
    This Dharma has been used by many practitioners to keep their bodies warm in the cold Himalayan snows, and cool in the blazing heat of the Gobi desert.

    The practitioner develops purity and stillness of being, which brings the body under the complete influence of the mind. When the mind is in complete stillness, the body will not change as the environment changes.

    Practice the Outer Qi Generating and Releasing dharma for self-healing and to cultivate the ability to heal others. Learn to adapt to extreme weather with the body warming and cooling meditation techniques.

    Calming and Relaxing
    The first state of Zen (Chan, or Dhyana) meditation. Learn how to enter into state by eliminating the resisting mind through the practice of Guided Calming, Body Relaxation, Mind Relaxation, and Mind Transcendence.

    Diamond Wisdom
    The second state of Zen meditation. Learn to firm the seed through the state of motion and stillness, being and non-being, called. Contains the Interflow of the Four Links, the Simultaneous Rotation of the Five Wheels, the Illumination of the Nine Suns, and the Observation of One Unified Body.

    Dhyana Yoga
    The fourth state of Zen Meditation. Attain direct knowledge and insight into the ineffable using the Eight Word Heart Dharma. Tranquil Contemplation, or Diamond Yoga Method: Calm, Null, Sink, and Fall. Transcendental Meditation, the main content of Dhyana cultivation: Chan, Din, Know, and Wisdom/Insight.

    Prajna Akasagarbha
    The Prajna Akasagarbha is an esoteric Buddhist healing dharma practice which literally means, wisdom hidden in the womb of space. This ancient dharma practice of Akasagarbha Bodhisattva, which was hidden in China for centuries, is considered a key to enlightenment, valued for its ability to increase physical vitality and energy, and bring forth rapid spiritual progress.

    In essence, it is a sequence of movements (mudras) combined with visualizations and a mantra that help to align the individual to the universe and awaken the sleeping seeds of Alaya consciousness in the body.

    The 16 basic mudras, when practiced diligently, will help the practitioner experience the gravitational pulls of the heavenly bodies, grasp the rhythm of nature, and attain health, prosperity, and wisdom. It flows like water and moves slowly with great depth. It is fun to do and suitable for all ages and abilities. Wear comfortable clothing.

    Medicine Buddha Dharma
    The sanskrit name of the Medicine Buddha is Bhaisajyaraja. The Chinese call him Yao Shi Fo, the Tibetans Sangye Menla, and the Japanese Yakushi. He is a great Master who made many vows to alleviate the suffering of all beings. The Medicine Master Lapis Lazuli Light King Buddha Extinguishing Disaster and Prolonging Life Dharma is for healing, protection, and prevention of illness and disease, as well as for extinguishing disaster, extending life, and bringing forth good luck. Includes separate purifying techniques for food, water and air.

    Buddhist Healing Techniques
    This workshop contains various meditations, applications, and techniques used by Buddhist healers to handle situations ranging from a simple headache to tumors and cancer.

    Black Furious Manjusri Bodhisattva Bodyguardian Dharma
    Currently not available to non-disciples.
    This teaching was brought from India to China in 749 AD, and was traditionally taught only to initiated disciples. This dharma is used for spiritual protection from negative forces, and to extinguish accidents, disasters, and bad fortune.

    Black Manjusri builds a foundation for advanced Feng Shui, space clearing, and dealing with problems associated with unusual phenomenon.


    Davis Buddhist Meditation and Study Group

    Address: 27074 Patwin Road  Davis CA 95616
    Tradition: Theravada, Peer led Buddhist meditation and study group
    Affiliation: Mountain Stream Meditation Center
    Phone: (530) 219.7900
    E-mail: auctionjack@gmail.com
    Website: http://davisinsightgroup.org
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    Main Contact: Jack Young  Email  (Phone: (530) 219.7900)
    Notes and Events:

    Who and what...
    We are a lay Buddhist meditation and study group. We have been meeting regularly since 1994. Generally, we follow a Theravadan practice but all are welcome and will find a comfortable environment for following their Buddhist practice. There is a sitting meditation for 30 minutes, 10 minutes of walking meditation a peer led Dharma discussion and tea / conversation time. Meditation instruction available weekly.
    Zafus and zabutons are available.

    Where...:
    Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis
    27074 Patwin Road, Davis, California

    Directions:
    Patwin Road is 1.5 miles west of Hwy 113 off Russell Blvd. After turning south on Patwin road, the Church is 100 yards on the right. Our group meets in the main hall (through main entrance, then turn right).

    When...:
    Weekly Meditation - and discussion every Thursday evening: 7:30 to 9:00.
    ***Beginning March 6, 2008, the time will change to: 7pm to 8:30pm.***
    Monthly Potluck - Third Thursday of each month at 6 pm (meet in the kitchen (through main entrance and to the left).
    Monthly 'Morning of Mindfulness' (half-day sitting) - Second Saturday of each month from 9:00 AM to 12:30 AM.


    Deep Streams Zen Institute

    Address: 1801 Bush Street, Suite 213   San Francisco CA 94109
    Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
    Affiliation: Diamond Sangha
    Phone: (415) 353-5363
    Fax: (415) 353-5794
    E-mail: admin@deepstreams.org
    Website: http://www.deepstreams.org
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    Spiritual Director: Joseph Bobrow  Email  (Phone: (415) 353-5363)
    Notes and Events:

    Join us on Tuesday evenings, 7 pm, at the Cultural Integration Fellowship at Fulton and 3rd. Ave. for regular zazen sittings. Sittings include zazen (zen meditation), brief talk by Joseph, and tea to follow. Meditation periods are 25 minutes long and you may sit in any position you like, including a chair. Beginners as well as seasoned practitioners are welcome, and instruction is provided. Please plan to arrive by 6:50 pm.


    Dharma College

    Address: 2222 Harold Way   Berkeley CA
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
    Phone: 510.809.2010, ext. 676 Fax: 510.704.1105
    E-mail: info@dharma-college.com
    Website: http://dharma-college.com/
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    Teacher: Robin Caton, Co-Director  
    Spiritual Director: founder, Tarthang Tulku,  
    Notes and Events:

    We extend a warm welcome to you from Dharma College, a new school of higher learning open to inquiring adults of all backgrounds. With your participation, we will develop fresh perspectives on the transformative potential of the human mind. Our six-week Fall classes begin on October 3.

    In 2012, we are offering three introductory courses in the Revelations of Mind program, based on new teachings by Dharma College founder, Tarthang Tulku, a traditionally trained Tibetan lama in the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.

    NOTE: HAROLD WAY TO BE RENAMED DHARMA WAY.


    Dharma Drum Mountain Los Angeles Center

    Address: 4530 North Peck Road   El Monte CA 91732
    Tradition: Mahayana, Chinese Chan (Zen)
    Affiliation: Dharma Drum Mountain, Taiwan
    Phone: (626) 350-4388
    E-mail: ddmbala@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.ddmbala.org/Eng/
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    Spiritual Director: Ven. Master Sheng Yen  
    Notes and Events:

    Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association (DDMBA) was founded by the renowned scholar and teacher of Chan Buddhism, Chan Master Sheng Yen. In the Los Angeles chapter, our goal is to share with our friends and neighbours in Southern California the wider mission of DDMBA - which is to educate the greater community about Chan. We offer free programs for beginners, as well as long time practitioners. The organization is made entirely of volunteers who share the same goal.

    We welcome you to join in our weekly Chan meditation class. Activities include simple stretching exercise, sitting and walking mediation followed by tea and group discussion based on the readings of the book Zen Wisdom by Chan Master Sheng Yen. Classes will be held on every Saturday.


    Dharmachakra Buddhist Center

    Address: 1301 N. Palm Canyon Drive Suite 208   Palm Springs CA
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan Buddhism, Gelugpa lineage
    Affiliation: International Kadampa Buddhist Union
    Phone: 800) 988-3396
    Website: http://www.dharmachakra.org/
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    Teacher: Saundra Young  
    Spiritual Director: Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
    Notes and Events:

    When: Classes are offered Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Class times and locations vary.

    Price: ranges from free to $10


    DharmaCreek Sangha

    Address:   Jenner CA 95450
    Tradition: Theravada, Ruth Denison lineage / U Ba Khin
    Affiliation: Dhamma Dena
    Phone: 707-632-5589
    E-mail: DharmaCreekSangha@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.DharmaCreek.com
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    Spiritual Director: Jill Rayna  Email  (Phone: 707-632-5589)
    Notes and Events:

    Our Vipassana Sangha, in the Forest Monastery tradition, practices mindful awareness within the awesome beauty of nature.  We practice being in the moment, in bare receptivity to all that arises, as we kayak in silence at sunset/moonrise on the Russian River, hike mindfully along a redwood canyon, or meditate beside a rushing sun-sparkled creek.

    We practice in harmony with the elements and our bodily sensations, to cultivate non-conceptual Being (mindfulness), to realize the truth of our own nature. Just as the waters are ever-changing, as the trees and plants dance with the air element of wind, or as the sun appears and disappears through the clouds and coastal fog, we cultivate our awareness of impermanence, which is reflected in our constantly changing thoughts and feelings, and the arising and dissolving away of all forms.  We practice surrender to the moment as it is unfolding, without clinging to any particular object, thought, or sensation--allowing all to arise and pass away within the field of our non-judging awareness.

    Dharma Creek Sangha currently offers one weekend womens sunset/moonrise kayak retreat each month, plus a week-long womens dharma camp in June.  The Sangha is located on 200+ acres of beautiful land which is available for guided or solo private retreats, and for small-group use by other spiritual groups upon request.

    Mail to :  PO Box 68, Jenner, 95450 


    Dieu Phap Temple

    Address: 311 E. Mission Road.   San Gabriel CA 91776
    Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese
    Affiliation: Vietnamese American Unified Buddhist Congress (USA)
    E-mail: vienly09@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.chuadieuphap.us/
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    Teacher: Ven. Thich Vien Chanh  
    Spiritual Director: Most Venerable Thich Vien Ly, Abbott  Email  
    Teacher: Most Ven. Thich Vien Tanh  
    Notes and Events:

    Services in Vietnamese held M-F 7:30 ~ 8:45 p.m and Sundays from 11:45 ~ 12:30 p.m. with memorial chanting until 1:00 p.m.  Special holidays include Lunar New Year, Buddha\\\'s Birthday in May and Vu Lan in August, a holiday to honor one\\\'s parents and ancestors.  There is also a Buddhist youth program on Sundays.

    For English language services, there is the Buddhism 101 program run in 10-week blocks.  This program consists of chanting in English, a short Dharma talk and Q&A session and meditation.  It is on Sundays from 3:00 ~ 4:30 p.m.  Please check the English language link on the website for details.  Video of the English chanting and Dharma talks can be found via the English language page on the website.


    Dogen Sangha Los Angeles- Hill Street Center

    Address: 237 Hill Street   Santa Monica CA 90405
    Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen
    Affiliation: Dogen Sangha International
    E-mail: dogensanghala@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.dogensanghalosangeles.org
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    Notes and Events:

    Dogen Sangha Los Angeles is a Soto Zen Buddhist group that meets every Saturday morning at Hill Street Center in Santa Monica, CA.  Our group was started by Brad Warner.  We are affiliated with Dogen Sangha International, founded by Brad’s teacher, Gudo Nishijima.

    9:50 AM - Noon Saturdays

    Dharma talks on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays

    Shinji Shobogenzo - koan and commentary book study on the 4th Saturday 

    9:50 AM - 3:30 PM on the 2nd Saturday of the month.


    Dzogchen Buddha Institute

    Address: 160-C Donahue Street   Sausalito CA 94965-1250
    Tradition: Vajrayana, Dzogchen Tibetan
    Affiliation: Vajrayana-Dzogchen
    Phone: (415) 887-2800
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    Main Contact: Hazlitt Krog  Email  (Phone: 4I5-846-36I8)
    Spiritual Director: Dzogchen Khenpo Choga  Email  (Phone: 702-526-0108)
    Notes and Events:

    Dzogchen Buddha Institute is the Bay Area organization established in 2002 by Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche to provide support and educational programs for the study and practice of Buddhism in the Vajrayana tradition of the Dzogchen Lineage. The Institute hosts Khenpo Chogas Bay Area teaching events, live Webcasts, meditation retreats, as well as weekly Buddha Path meditation practice.


    Dzogchen Community West Coast

    Address: 2748 Adeline, Suite D   Berkeley CA 94703
    Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Chogyal Namkhai Norbu
    Phone: (510) 644-2260
    E-mail: aha@dzogchencommunitywest.org
    Website: http://www.dzogchencommunitywest.org
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    Spiritual Director: Chogyal Namkhai Norbu  
    Notes and Events:

    The Dzogchen Community West Coast developed in California following many visits by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, beginning in 1979. It is a non-profit organization that was established to help preserve the teachings of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu for the future, and to strengthen practice by working together. The West Coast Community is linked to the Dzogchen Community of America, Tsegyalgar, the original seat of the Dzogchen Community in North America, located in Conway Massachusetts; and Tsegyalgar West, in Baja Sur, Mexico.

    There are also groups of committed practitioners in Washington, Oregon, New Mexico and southern California. To contact these communities, visit our links page. 

    The Northern California Community organizes weekly group practices at the Dondrub Ling Center in Berkeley. Special events, practice explanations,Santi Maha Sangha Study Groups, Vajra Dance, Yantra Yoga, and weekend workshops are held as well. These ongoing practices enable participants to develop and integrate the teaching into daily life and to support each other in practice. Anyone who has received or intends to receive transmission from Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche is welcome to participate and learn. 


    East Bay Meditation Center

    Address: 2147 Broadway  Oakland CA 94612
    Tradition: Theravada, open to all
    Phone: 510-268-0696
    E-mail: eastbaymeditation@yahoo.com
    Website: http://eastbaymeditation.org
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    Notes and Events:

    Founded in a celebration of diversity, the East Bay Meditation Center welcomes everyone seeking to end suffering and cultivate happiness. Our mission is to foster liberation, personal and interpersonal healing, social action, and inclusive community building. We offer mindfulness practices and teachings on wisdom and compassion from Buddhist and other spiritual traditions. Rooted in our commitment to diversity, we operate with transparent democratic governance, generosity-based economics, and environmental sustainability.


    Eureka Mindfulness

    Address: PO Box 6865   Eureka CA 95502
    Tradition: Theravada, Vipassana
    Phone: 707-269-7044
    E-mail: cindeegrace@sbcglobal.net
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    Main Contact: Cindee  (Phone: 707-269-7044)
    Notes and Events:

     Mail to : PO Box 6865, Eureka, CA 95502      

    "Eureka Mindfulness" vipassana meditation and discussion group, second and fourth Weds. 7:15pm, First Christian Church 730 K St., Eureka, CA. Wheelchair accessible, fragrance free, beginners welcome. Info: 707-269-7044.


    Fa Yun Chan Temple

    Address: 439 8th St.  Oakland CA 94607
    Tradition: Mahayana, Chan
    Phone: 510-452-8982
    E-mail: xinxin_shi@yahoo.com
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    Main Contact: Ven. Xin Xin  Email  (Phone: 510-452-8982)
    Teacher: Ven. Xin Xin  
    Notes and Events:

    Wednesdays, 1-4pm: Chanting the Sutra of Amitabha and recitation of the name of Amitabha Buddha  

    Saturdays & Sundays, 2-4 pm: Chanting the Lotus Sutra 

    Welcome to join us for our Dharma activities.

    Free DVD/VCD's and CD's of Dharma teachings in Chinese and Cantanese to take.

    Free books of Buddhist teachings in Chinese and English to take.


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