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Zendo l'eau vive

Address: 63, chemin du Haut Brésis  ALES Gard 30100
Tradition: Uchiyama Kosho Roshi et Shohaku Okumura
Affiliation: Sanshin Zen Community
Phone: 04-66-52-84-75
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Dojo zen d alés

Address: 1 rue du dr mercier   Alés Gard 30100
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Assiciation Zen Internationale
Phone: 06 77 18 34 50
Website: Http://
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Venez pratiquer le zen authentique dans la tradition japonaise solo.

The Dharma House

Address: Route de St. Sauveur de Cruzières, Mallemontade, 30500 St. Brès, France.  Saint-Brès Gard 30500
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 0033 (0)8 77 98 28 99
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We are the Dharmahouse community project - a small community, drawing inspiration from the teachings of the Buddha and the ideal of living and connecting with others close to nature. It is our aim to explore a way of life centred around ecological and sustainable ethics, placing an emphasis on integrating mindful awareness into daily activities.

The Dharmahouse is based in the foothills of the Cévennes mountain range overlooking the Cèze River in the south of France, surrounded by national park and majestic views. The property is located on a hilltop in eight acres of farm land encompassing a variety of plants, herbs and trees, such as olive, almond, plum, mimosa, fig and apricot trees. The community is active in growing food in our gardens and structuring the land with permacultural ideas and designs.

The Dharmahouse takes its name from the Sanskrit term \'Dharma\' from a teaching laid down by the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, over 2,500 years ago. It is a revolutionary teaching that points to \'the truth of reality\'. We are a peer-led lay community encouraging spiritual friendship, what the Buddha referred to as ‘the whole of the spiritual life’. At various times throughout the year we hold meditation and yoga retreats, led by monastic and lay teachers. We also run courses exploring a wide range of topics, including ecological building, permaculture and therapeutic process.