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White Cliff Sangha

Address: 113 East 30th Street, New Paltz, NY 11016  NY
Tradition: Mahayana, Japanese Soto/Rinzai
Affiliation: Zen Community of New York
Phone: (914) 626-7374
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Teacher: Stefano Mui Barragato  


Zen Center of New York City

Address: Fire Lotus Temple 500 State Street, New York, NY 11217 under the direction of ZMM Vice-Abbess Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei  NY
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Urban branch of Zen Mountain Monastery
Phone: (212) 642-1591
E-mail: zcnyc@zen-mtn.org
Website: http://www.zen-mtn.org/zcnyc
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Zen Center of Syracuse Hoen-Ji

Address: 266 West Seneca Tpk. Syracuse, NY 13207   NY
Tradition: Mahayana, Rinzai Zen
Affiliation: The Zen Studies Society
Website: http://www.zencenterofsyracuse.org/
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Zen Mountain Monastery

Address: P.O. Box 197, S. Plank Road, Mt. Tremper, NY 12457   NY
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen
Affiliation: Mountains & Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism
E-mail: registrar@mro.org
Website: http://www.mro.org
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Zen Studies Society, Dai Bosatsu Zendo, Kongo-Ji

Address: 15 Beecher Lake Road, Livingston Manor, NY 12758-6000   NY
Tradition: Mahayana, Rinzai Zen
Affiliation: New York Zendo Shobo-Ji (Manhattan)
E-mail: office@daibosatsu.org
Website: http://www.zenstudies.org
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Teachers: Eido Shimano Roshi, Denko Osho  
Spiritual Director: Eido Tai Shimano Roshi, Abbot  
Contact: Denko Osho, John Mortensen  


Zeyathiri Monestary, Sasanahita Inc.,

Address: 111 Clay Street   Buffalo NY 14207
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Social, Religious
Phone: 716-885-2426, 716-908-8679
Fax: 716-885-2426
E-mail: stevensanyu@gmail.com
Website: http://www.sasanahita.org
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Main Contact: Mr. Steven Sanyu  Email  (Phone: 716-308-4338)
Teacher: Dr. Ven. Khemin Dasara  
Spiritual Director: Mr. Steven Sanyu  


Albany Karma Thegsum Choling

Address: 1270 Ruffner Rd  NY 12309
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu Tibetan
Affiliation: Karma Triyana Dharmachakra
Phone: 518-374-1792
E-mail: info@albanyktc.org
Website: http://www.albanyktc.org
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Main Contact: Laura Roth  Email  (Phone: 518-374-1792)
Spiritual Director: Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche  (Phone: 845.679.5906)
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Albany KTC Tibetan Buddhist Study and Meditation Center, located in Albany, NY, provides individuals with an opportunity to encounter the authentic teachings and practices of Tibetan Buddhism. We are an affiliate center of Karma Triyana Dharmachakra (KTD), the North American seat of His Holiness the Seventeenth Gyalwang Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje. Albany KTC was established in 1979 by His Holiness the XVI Karmapa, head of the Karma Kagyu Lineage, and is under the spiritual guidance of Ven. Bardor Tulku Rinpoche and Ven. Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche, the resident lamas at KTD.

The Albany KTC community engages in several meditation practices that come out of the tradition of the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. In addition, we study Tibetan Buddhism together in a group setting by reading texts by teachers of the Karma Kagyu lineage. We also participate in a variety of community service activities, and provide Tibetan language instruction. Finally, we have the good fortune to receive teachings from a host of Karma Kagyu Lineage Buddhist teachers from around the world on a regular basis.


Blue Cliff Monastery

Address: 3 Mindfulness Road  Pine Bush NY 12566
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Thich Nhat Hanh, Engaged Zen Buddhism
Phone: 845-733-4959
Fax: 845-733-4300
E-mail: office@bluecliffmonastery.org
Website: http://www.bluecliffmonastery.org
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Spiritual Director: Thich Nhat Hanh  
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Blue Cliff Monastery set in the lush green Hudson Valley of New York was established in May 2007 and is an extension of Plum Village meditation center in France, founded by the Venerable teacher Thich Nhat Hanh. uring your stay at the Blue Cliff Monastery, we invite you to practice and learn the art of mindful living. Since the teachings emphasize practicing with the Sangha in order to enjoy its collective energy, retreatants are encouraged to participate fully in all scheduled activities. Retreatants are invited to help in communal activities, such as preparing meals, general cleaning, washing dishes etc. as a way of co Twice weekly on Thursdays and Sundays we hold our Days of Mindfulness which include listening to a teaching and the practices of walking meditation, formal lunch, and sharings in small groups. We also have special annual retreats such as a summer family retreat, teens retreat, people of color retreat, creativity and meditation retreat, Christmas and new year holiday retreat and a traditional three month winter retreat.


Buddhist Center New York

Address: 114 East 28th Street Suite 1   New York NY 10016
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Karma Kagyu, Diamond Way
Phone: 212-214-0755
E-mail: NewYork@diamondway-center.org
Website: http://www.diamondway.org/ny/
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Teacher: Lama Ole Nydahl  
Spiritual Director: the 17th Karmapa Thaye Dorje  
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Diamond Way Buddhist Center New York is part of an international network of over 600 meditation centers in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The centers were started due to the unique inspiration of Lama Ole Nydahl according to the wishes of H.H. 16th Karmapa. They are now under the spiritual guidance of H.H. 17th Gyalwa KarmapaTrinley Thaye Dorje.

Our centers consist of people and families working full-time jobs, and incorporating Diamond Way teachings and meditations into their daily lives. Members share responsibility for guiding meditations, answering questions, and giving explanations about Buddhism; their work is unpaid, and based on idealism and friendship.

For more information please see our monthly calendar, sign up for our newsletter, or feel free to contact us anytime.


Buffalo Zen Dharma Community

Address: Westminster Presbyterian Church 724 Delaware Avenue  Buffalo NY 14209
Tradition: Mahayana, Mountains and Rivers Order
Affiliation: Society of Mountains and Rivers
Phone: (716) 655-1856
E-mail: contact@buffalozen.org
Website: http://www.buffalozen.org
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Main Contact: Ray Ball, MRO  Email  (Phone: (716) 655-1856)
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Zen Buddhist practice group meets weekly at 7PM on Tuesday evenings for liturgy, zazen, and recorded Dharma talks by the teachers of Zen Mountain Monastery. Orientation and introductory instruction given on the first Tuesday of every month at 6:45PM. Annual visit by an MRO teacher every spring.


Center of Harmony Chan Buddhist Sangha

Address: 1040 Winton Road North  Rochester NY 14609
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 585-482-4872
E-mail: sangha@centerofharmony.com
Website: http://www.centerofharmony.com/meditation/sangha.html
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Spiritual Director: Shi Fa Neng  Email  (Phone: 585-482-4872)
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Sangha

Many people come to meditate for different reasons. Some are stressed out from work, others are looking for enlightenment (good luck!) and others want to cultivate their meditation practice with the support of other practitioners. The Characters to the left translate as "Harmony at the Center of the Heart Chan Buddhist Temple". Our Sangha (community of practitioners) was formally established in March 2008 to serve those students and community members who wish to pursue in-depth study and training in Chan Meditation and Buddhist studies. We are a lay order, not monastic. There are no monks, nuns, or ascetic people wandering around. We emphasize the cultivation of insight and clarity through meditation practice; something accessible to anyone regardless of their background or religious convictions. Our Sangha is not affiliated with any other organization or temple, in China or elsewhere; however, because Master Fa Neng (法能師範) is a precepted Buddhist (via Shi Chuan Xue) in the lineage of Great Chan Master Hui Neng (慧能) (638-713 CE) and in the tradition of Great Chan Master Yunmen (雲門) (862-949 CE), our Sangha exists as a bead on a string of a long line of Buddhist practitioners dating back to Shakyamuni Buddha over 2,500 years ago.

Services: There are several courses of study and practice that are extracurricular to both Martial Arts and Meditation. They complement and add depth to ones practice. The following services are offered apart from our normal programs, and are offered free of charge as a gift of dana:

  • Triple Refuge Ceremony: This ceremony is all that is required to become a Dharma student/ practitioner of Buddhism. It is not a conversion, as we practice Buddhism as a practice... not as a religion. Buddhist practice can cultivate discipline and peace of mind through mindfulness and meditation, things which certainly do not conflict with most religions. At this occasion, people formally take "refuge" as a student of the "Three Treasures"... The Buddha (guide), Dharma (instruction), and Sangha (group of practitioners). It is at this time when one receives the black Hai Qing Robe (long Daoist-type robe with draping sleeves). This event is held quarterly, in the months of January, April, July, and October, as well as during the biannual precepts ceremony. Those wishing to take refuge and receive the precepts simultaneously, may do so at the June and December precepts ceremonies.
  • Precepts Ceremony: This ceremony is when people take 5 vows; to abstain from taking life, to refrain from lying, to abstain from stealing, to refrain from taking intoxicants to produce heedlessness, and to abstain from misconduct done in lust. At this time, they receive a Dharma Name / fo hao (佛號), a certificate to mark the occasion, and the 5 precepts in print with explication and significance. This ceremony is conducted biannually on the summer and winter solstices. In 2008, these will be held on June 20th and December 21st.
  • Interviews: Chan interviews are conducted weekly, after the meditation session.
  • Extra Practice: Students who have already taken refuge are welcomed to attend extra practice. This is held on Sundays a short while after meditation practice concludes. Those who attend the meditation practice are not required to attend extra practice. It is here when students do chanting practice (using those chants which are philosophically relevant to practice), bowing practice (moving exercise for the body/mind), in-depth philosophical analysis of various topics, and sutra study (using those classical texts which are useful for modern practice).


Chan Meditation Center

Address: 90-56 Corona Ave.  Elmhurst NY 11373
Tradition: Mahayana, Chan/Zen
Affiliation: Dharma Drum Mountain
Phone: 718-592-6593
E-mail: ddmbaus@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.chan1.org/
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Dharma Teacher: Guo Gu  Email  
Teacher: Ven. Guo Ming  
Main Contact: Ven. Chang Wu  Email  
Spiritual Director: Master Sheng Yen  
Dharma Teacher: Ven. Guo Chian  Email  
Notes and Events:

Welcome to the website of the Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association, the Chan Meditation Center (CMC). Our prime teacher is Ven. Master Sheng Yen (Shifu), who has taught Buddhism in the West since 1976. We offer ongoing programs (which include retreats at the Dharma Drum Retreat Center, located south of the Catskills, NY), publications (which include teachings of Master Sheng Yen in text and multimedia formats for free distribution), as well as other original material that you will find useful in your practice.

Our mission is to bring about the caring of life as a whole through cultural and educational activities, as well as the practice of meditation. We promote four environmental goals -- spiritual, social, living, and natural -- to help practitioners achieve peace and harmony of the body, the mind, the family and their careers. it is hoped that upon participating in our activities, practitioners from all over the world will be able to enjoy tranquility and peace, and live a life full of respect and security.


Community of Peace and Spirituality

Address: 5 West 86th Street #14C   New York NY 10024
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 212 787-7272
Fax: 212 877-4655
E-mail: ourcommunity@earthlink.net
Website: http://interfaithhome.org/index.htm
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Main Contact: Allan Lokos  Email  
Teacher: Allan Lokos  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Susanna Weiss  Email  
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Meditation and teaching most Sunday mornings from 10 AM to Noon. Place: 593 Columbus Ave. (88th St.) New York City. Check web site for details and exact schedule: www.interfaithhome.org. or cal 212 787-7272.


Dharma Drum Retreat Center

Address: 184 Quannacut Road   Pine Bush, New York NY 12566
Tradition: Mahayana, Chan/Zen
Affiliation: Dharma Drum Mountain
Phone: (845) 744-8114
Fax: (845) 744-8483
E-mail: ddrc@dharmadrumretreat.org
Website: http://www.dharmadrumretreat.org/index.php?id=home
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Spiritual Director: Master Sheng Yen  
Main Contact: Wei Tan  Email  
Teacher: Ven. Guo Jun  
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Dharma Drum Retreat Center [DDRC] is dedicated to sharing its Buddhist values with the community through good works, teaching, and a spirit of welcoming and openness. At DDRC, people learn and live the Dharma, and are encouraged to reach out and help others understand it. People come from around the world to attend our retreats and teachings in the lineage of Chinese Chan (Zen) Buddhism. We encourage our visitors to learn and grow, and leave rejuvenated.

Since its inception in 1997, Dharma Drum Retreat Center (DDRC) has given spiritual practitioners and searchers an inviting and open place to better understand the Dharma and themselves. We believe that living the Dharma is a sound basis for healthier, more productive and peaceful relationships with others, and with the world. To this, we promote service to others and meditative practices as keys to personal spiritual growth, and the best way to contribute deeply to society.

We are situated on 120 acres of fields and woods at the edge of the Shawangunk Mountain Range in Pine Bush, New York. Only 90 miles from New York City, DDRC’s rural landscape creates an atmosphere of repose that visitors from the city and around the world may enjoy. Rolling hills, a 6-acre lake and running creek surround our buildings with a natural beauty. DDRC is a thoroughly modern facility, with renovated and newly constructed buildings on the grounds of a former summer camp. DDRC is open year round.


Dharma Teacher Order

Address: 34 Westminster Drive   Croton on Hudson NY 10520
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Vietnamese Thien
Affiliation: Choa Phap Nguyen, Pearland, Texas
Phone: 914 3257510
E-mail: fjcbjc@aol.com
Website: http://www.dharmateacherorderct.wordpress.com
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Reverend : Maeve Eng Wong  Email  
Main Contact: Fernando Camacho  Email  (Phone: 914 3257510)
Reverend: Janet Reale  Email  
Teacher: Fernando Camacho  
Spiritual Director: Thich Tri Hoang  Email  
Notes and Events:

Group interested in learning Buddhist history, various Buddhist lineages, comprehensive overview of the Suttas, Buddhist philosophy and psychology. All of this is included in a 3 year course conducted under the guidance of a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, Thich Tri Hoang, and many Lay Dharma teachers who have been taught by Venerable Tri Hoang. The purpose of this course is to train Dharma teachers who would spread the Dharma in the West. This training requires at least an additional year of study.  CLASSES STARTING SEPTEMBER 8, 2012 AT GRAYMOOR SPIRITUAL LIFE CENTER, GARRISON, NY.  Check our sister website for syllabus and additional details.

An online course for students who do not live near one of our centers will be available later in 2012.

CONTACT:  c/o Fernando Camacho.


Dharmakaya

Address: 155 Buff Road   Cochecton NY 12726
Tradition: Vajrayana, Remay and Karma Kagyu
Phone: (845) 932-8330
E-mail: info@dharmakaya.org
Website: http://www.dharmakaya.org
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Main Contact: Phurpa Ati  Email  (Phone: (845) 932-8330)
Teacher: Trungram Gyaltrul Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: Trungram Gyaltrul Rinpoche  
Retreat Master: Khenchen Rinpoche  
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The Dharmakaya organization was established to preserve and promote Buddhist philosophy, practice, arts and culture in the United States and around the world. We are registered in New York State of the United States as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit Labrang Church of the Trungram Tradition.


Falling Leaf Sangha

Address: 3 Greene Street Alfred, NY 14802   Alfred NY NY 14802
Tradition: Mahayana, Rinzai Zen, Hakuin/Torei lineage
Phone: (607) 587-8152
E-mail: fhowardb@alfred.edu
Website: http://www.fallingleafsangha.blogspot.com
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Main Contact: Shiju Ben Howard  Email  (Phone: 607-587-8152)
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Founded in 1998, the Falling Leaf Sangha is a Zen practice group in Alfred, New York. We hold weekly sittings on Sundays from 7:30-8:45 pm in room 301 of the Miller Performing Arts Center on the Alfred University campus.

Our activities include tea meditation, chanting, seated and walking meditation, and recitation. Newcomers are welcome. If you plan to attend, please watch the instructional video at www.fallingleafsangha.blogspot.com. For further information, see www.practiceofzen.com.


First Zen Institute of America

Address: 113 E. 30th Street  New York NY 10016
Tradition: Mahayana, Rinzai Zen
Phone: (212) 686-2520
E-mail: seikokido@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.firstzen.org
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Main Contact: Michael Hotz  
Teacher: from the tradition of Sokei-an Sasaki Zen  
Spiritual Director: Senior Members  
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First Zen Institute of America founded in 1937
Zazen Meditation and Instruction
Every Wednesday evening from 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Second Saturday monthly All Day Sitting.
Call 212-686-2520 for information


Five World Buddhas Temple

Address: 262 East Main Street   Amsterdam NY 12010
Tradition: Mahayana,
Affiliation: Guang Huan Mi Zong
Phone: 5188531873
E-mail: contact@guanghuanmizong.info
Website: http://www.guanghuanmizong.info
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Spiritual Director: Holy Master Ziguang Shang Shi  
Main Contact: Elise Miao  Email  
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Guang Huan Mi Zong Buddhism, founded by Holy Master Ziguang Shang Shi, contains the essence of all Buddhist teachings. Its Great Perfection Dharma is the direct lineage of the teaching of Shakyamuni Buddha and is the supreme level of the nine vehicles of Buddhism. With over 2,500 years’ history of exploration and development, it was transmitted through the centuries from master to disciple. Holy Master has simplified the different methods of spiritual practice perfected by the Buddha into one system of cultivation with nine levels culminating in enlightenment, and liberation from suffering.

Guang Huan Mi Zong Health Dharma focuses on establishing increasing levels of mental, physical, and spiritual health, energy, and vitality.

The higher levels of practice involve attaining increasingly deeper levels of mastery in order to benefit others and live a life rooted in the personal realization of Supreme Truth. Holy Ziguang Shang Shi teaches different cultivation methods according to different affinities, root capacity and karma.

Five World Buddhas Temple

The majestic Five World Buddhas Temple was established by Holy Master Ziguang Shang Shi in the year 2010 in the city of Amsterdam, New York.

The Temple serves today as the site for Guang Huan Mi Zong Health Dharma classes that have made the timeless message of the Buddha and the profound healing effects of his Secret Dharma openly available for the first time in the West, and the venue for many important Buddhist ceremonies which lead to cultural exchanges between the East and West.


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  
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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.)


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.


Jewel Heart New York

Address: 260 West Broadway #1G New York, New York 10013 (Closest subways are the 1/9 to Franklin and A, C and E to Canal Street) (for information or to be added to our e mail list)   NY
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa
Affiliation: Jewel Heart www.jewelheart.org
Phone: (212) 966-2807 for event details and schedules
E-mail: newyork@jewelheart.org
Website: http://www.jewelheart.org/chapters/new_york/newyork.html
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Spiritual Director: Kyabje Gelek Rimpoche  
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 DEEPENING AWARENESS - The Practice of Mindfulness Meditation

Becoming more aware of our thoughts, feelings and sensations through meditation opens the door to understanding the nature of our mind and how it creates our experience. This course is open to all, but is recommended to follow Creating Space: Clarity and Insight through Meditation. This course will be facilitated by Joan Hurley and Dimitri Ehrlich.


Kadampa Meditation Center New York City

Address: 127 West 24th Street   New York NY 10011
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (212) 924-6706
E-mail: info@meditationinnewyork.org
Website: http://meditationinnewyork.org/
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Located in the heart of Chelsea, Kadampa Meditation Center provides meditation classes and teachings throughout NYC and the greater New York area, includingBrooklynQueensNew Jersey, Upper West and East Sides of Manhattan. The Kadampa Meditation Center, NYC (KMC-NYC) is part of the Kadampa Buddhist Meditation Centers world-wide.


Kagyu Chögyi Gyaltsen

Address: 2 Roxbury Court   Voorheesville NY 12186
Tradition: Vajrayana, Kagyu
Affiliation: Kagyu Thubten Chöling
Phone: 518-439-2974
E-mail: kcgsangha@gmail.com
Website: http://www.kcgsangha.org
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Main Contact: Dean Hill  Email  (Phone: 518-439-2974)
Spiritual Director: Lama Norlha Rinpoche  
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Kagyu Chögyi Gyaltsen (KCG) is a Tibetan Buddhist meditation and study center located just outside of Albany, New York. KCG is an affiliate of Kagyu Thubten Chöling monastery, and is under the spiritual direction of Lama Norlha Rinpoche

We engage in Tibetan Buddhist practice and study with a special emphasis on the Karma Kagyu and Shangpa lineages of Buddhism. Practices include silent sitting meditation and sadhana practice. Basic Buddhist meditation instruction is offered free of charge. 

In addition to meditation and study, KCG also supports the practice of participants by offering childcare on a monthly basis. Please check the schedule for applicable dates.


Karma Triyana Dharmachakra

Address: 352 Meads Mountain Road   Woodstock NY 12498
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Karma Kagyu, The seat of His Holiness the Gyalwang Karmapa in North America
Phone: 845-679-5906 ext 3
E-mail: office@kagyu.org
Website: http://www.kagyu.org
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Teacher: Lama Karma Drodhul  
Spiritual Director: Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche/Abbot  Email  
Notes and Events:

KTD offers a daily, weekly, and monthly schedule of spiritual activities. 

Daily activities include:
5 a.m. Green Tara chant
8:30 a.m. Morning chants
5 p.m. Mahakala chants
7 p.m. Chenrezig compassion chants
8 p.m. Evening prayers and silent meditation

Weekly activities
Open Meditation/Free Meditation class: 2 p.m. Saturdays
Introduction to Buddhism Classes, evening sitting: 7 p.m. on Wednesdays 

Monthly activities vary; check our website for details.


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