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Wat Munisotaram

Address: 2925 220th Street East  Hampton MN 55031
Tradition: Theravada, Cambodian
Affiliation: Minnesota Cambodian Buddhist Society
Phone: 651-463-3101
Fax: 651-463-3101
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Moeng Sang  Email  (Phone: 651-463-3101)
Tour Guidence/Devotee: Haasica Phan  Email  (Phone: 952-905-6688)


Address: 2649 County 5  Eitzen MN 55931
Tradition: Mahayana, Dainin Katagiri
Affiliation: Soto Zen
Phone: 507-542-4968
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Teacher: Dokai Georgesen  
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Founded more than 30 years ago by Dainin Katagiri, Hokyoji makes residential practice in a secluded natural setting available to experienced long-term and visiting practitioners from around the country.  Hokyoji’s connection to nature and its history as a place of inspiration and renewal make it a unique and powerful location for communal practice. In addition, it’s the only place in the Midwest where teachers can bring their own sanghas and lead their own sesshins and retreats within their own styles and traditions.

The annual practice calendar includes sesshin, practice periods, work retreats, and a mindfulness weekend.  Complete information about practicing at Hokyoji is available at our website.

Mindfulness Center

Address: 9621 Portal Drive, Eden Prairie, Minnesota   Mineapolis MN
Tradition: Theravada, Open to all
Affiliation: TripleGem Of The North
Phone: 612 2164854
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Member: Ray  (Phone: 612 760 3996)
Spiritual Director: Ven Sathi  (Phone: 612 227 8188)
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The Mindfulness Center, located at 9621 Portal Drive, Eden Prairie, Minnesota. The Center serves the communities of the Southwest Metro Area of Minneapolis. Open to all who seek to live in deeper harmony with life through mindful living, the Center is dedicated to serving all who seek to improve their health and well-being -- physical, mental, and spiritual -- through the practice of meditation and mindfulness practices, well being classes, mindfulness retreats, classes in Buddhist philosophy, and Buddhist counseling. The Center serves as an oasis of quiet peace and loving kindness in the heart of the community, a place where anyone can come to meditate and rest in a refuge of peace and compassion amidst the hectic pace of our lives.

The Center also serves as a monks‘ residence, facilitating the daily availability of monks offering classes, retreats, teachings, meditations and counseling.

*Open Meditation Sessions
*Weekly Group Meditation
*Personalized Meditation Instruction
*Mindfulness Workshops
*Yoga Classes
*Meditation Retreats
*Buddhist Courses and Talks
*Book Discussions
*Guest Teacher Visits and Retreat.

Rimé Foundation

Address: 810 S 1st St Suite 250   Hopkins MN 55345
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Rimé (Kagyu/Nyingma orientation)
Phone: 651-674-3153
Fax: 866-302-3308
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Notes and Events:

The Rimé Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the wisdom of Tibet and to making its unique insights available to the Western world.

       Our activities include :

  • Translating classic Tibetan literature into the English language

  • Bringing fully qualified Tibetan Buddhist teachers into our communities to live and teach, with a special emphasis on the upper Midwest

  • Forming conditions that will enable dedicated spiritual practitioners in our communities to support themselves while engaged in spiritual study and retreat

  • Creating institutions and resources to unify and support the spiritual community and to make the wisdom of the Tibetan tradition accessible to interested individuals and organizations

Wat Mongkhool-Khunaram

Address: 697 St Anthony Avenue, St Paul, MN 55104   MN
Tradition: Theravada, Thai and Hmong
Phone: 952-594-9582.
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Teacher: Ajan Kosam, resident monk  
Notes and Events:

The temple operates out of a two story grey house surrounded by a grey cyclone fence. But when you leave your shoes at the door, step inside and you find a small prayer hall with statues and pictures of Buddha on the wall and a low dais where Ajan Phra Khrupras- itthamrha Kosam, the resident Thai Buddhist monk sits during services. The lay people coming there are not Lao or Thai. They are Hmong.

Wat opened in October of 2012 . Visitors are welcome and visits can be arranged by calling Mr. Yang at 952-594-9582.

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