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Buddhas Liberty Bell Sangha

Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Buddhas Wisdom Association
Phone: 215-837-3543
E-mail: talkdharma@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhaslibertybell.org
Spiritual Director: Ven. Thich Thien Son  
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Our primary goal is to share the understanding of the Buddha’s teachings. It is also our aim to make the true essence of the teachings accessible to all, regardless of religious or cultural background. Through understanding, mindfulness, and the practice of overcoming personal limitations, individuals on this path have the chance to experience the full potential of their being.

Buddhas Liberty Bell Sangha welcomes like-minded women and men of all ages to join us at our quarterly dharma teachings, at our Zen workshops, and at our monthly meditation gatherings.  We regularly practice sitting, walking and lying down meditation.  We offer friendship, support for spiritual practice, and encouragement as we quest for our right path. 


Buddhayana Forest Retreat Centre

Address: RR# 1   Scotsburn Nova Scotia B0K 1R0
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: buddhayana@hotmail.com
Website: http://buddhayana.ns.ca
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Buddhayana Forest Retreat is a Buddhist meditation retreat center. situated in a 
beautiful mixed hardwood forest of Nova Scotias Cobequid Highlands. 

Buddhayana Forest Retreat  is to offer temporary, monastic style meditation retreats, 
in the Buddhist ascetic forest tradition of Shakyamuni Buddha;   Thai forest monks; 
Tibetan mountain yogis; Zen and Taoist hermits; and others who have retreated to the
quiet and solace of the nature,  to engage in a sincere and disciplined practice of
meditation.Buddhayana Forest Retreat is currently in its final phase of construction.
To date, we have raised sixteen retreat cabins and a meditation hall.
Please join us for the 2nd Annual Buddhayana Painters Meditation Retreat. 
From Aug. 11 - Aug 19th, 2012. Contact lizziebolton@hotmail.com.


Buddha´s Amigo Chihuahua/ Casa del Dharma Chihuahua

Address: Calle septima numero 2027 colonia Centro Chihuahua Chih   Chihuahua Chihuahua 31160
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 614 4107438
E-mail: casadeldharmachihuahua@hotmail.com
Website: http://budismochihuahua.blogspot.com/
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Main Contact: Guadalupe Alvarez  Email  (Phone: 614 4107438)
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Somos un grupo de amigos que nos apoyamos en nuestros estudios y prácticas. Además de compartir ideas y proyectos para poder beneficiar a los demás. Nos reunimos semanalmente a estudiar y practicar el Budadharma – las enseñanzas del Buda. !Puedes integrarte si lo deseas! También ofrecemos material para profundizar en tu práctica, consejos y proyectos en los que puedes ayudar directa o indirectamente.

Seguimos la guía y ejemplo de SS. El XIV Dalai Lama y de Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rimpoché, quienes se han caracterizado por una visión no sectaria dentro del budismo tibetano, también conocida como “Rimé”, que no nada más incluye el respeto y aprecio por todas las órdenes del budismo tibetano, sino también por las demás escuelas budistas no-tibetanas.


Buddhismo Ariya

Address: Calle Honduras 358 Colonia 5 de Diciembre   Puerto Vallarta Jalisco 48350
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Early / Orthodox
Phone: +52 1 322 2004465
E-mail: tommit1961@hotmail.com
Website: http://buddhistas.wordpress.com
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Main Contact: Tomas Morales  Email  (Phone: +52 1 3222004465)
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Buddhismo Ariya se basa en la estudio, práctica, verificación y aplicación ortodoxa del Dhamma del Buddha, expuesto en los Agamas y Nikayas, siendo éste el vehículo para la Iluminación siendo este su único objetivo. Se trata de agrupar a seguidores-por-la-verdad para que intercambien experiencias y se apoyen en el Noble Camino. Sólo se admite al Buddha como maestro.

Ariya Buddhism is based on the study, practice, verification and orthodox application of the Buddha Dhamma, exposed in the Agamas and Nikayas, being the vehicle for enlightenment and this is their only goal. This is to group followers-by-the-truth to exchange experiences and support in the Noble Way. Only the Buddha is admitted as a teacher.


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)
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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 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.


Buddhist Center of Chicago

Address: 4722 N. Malden   Chicago IL 60640
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism
Affiliation: Diamond Way Buddhism
E-mail: chicago@diamondway.org
Website: http://www.diamondway.org/chicago
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Teacher: Lama Ole Nydahl  
Spiritual Director: H.H. 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Trinley Thaye Dorje  
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Diamond Way Buddhist Center: Chicago is part of an international network of over 500 meditation centers in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The centers were founded and are directed by Lama Ole Nydahl according to the wishes of H.H. 16th Karmapa. They are now under the spiritual guidance of H.H. 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Trinley Thaye Dorje.

The main practice in all our centers is the Guru Yoga meditation on the 16th Karmapa. This meditation is guided in English and lasts around 30 minutes. There is a relaxed social atmosphere in the centers, refreshments are provided, and questions are encouraged. Our weekly meditation evenings are open to the public and are free of charge.

Public Meditations

Mondays and Fridays 8:00pm – Ten-minute talk, followed by - 8:15pm – Public Meditation 

Wednesdays 8:00pm – Public Meditation

The program begins with a short introduction on a Buddhist topic, followed by a guided meditation. The regular meditation is the Guru Yoga meditation on the 16th Karmapa and is guided in English. It generally lasts around 30 minutes.


Buddhist Center of Dallas

Address: 555 Amesbury Drive Apt.2-608 (Building 6)   Dallas TX 75206
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism
Affiliation: Diamond Way Buddhism
Phone: 2245785140
E-mail: dallas@diamondway.org
Website: http://www.diamondway.org/dallas
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Teacher: Lama Ole Nydahl  
Spiritual Director: H.H. 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Trinley Thaye Dorje  
Notes and Events:

Diamond Way Buddhist Center of Dallas is part of an international network of over 500 meditation centers in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The centers were founded and are directed by Lama Ole Nydahl according to the wishes of H.H. 16th Karmapa. They are now under the spiritual guidance of H.H. 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Trinley Thaye Dorje.

The main practice in all our centers is the Guru Yoga meditation on the 16th Karmapa. This meditation is guided in English and lasts around 30 minutes. There is a relaxed social atmosphere in the centers, refreshments are provided, and questions are encouraged. Our weekly meditation evenings are open to the public and are free of charge.

Public Meditations

Wednesdays 8:00pm – Ten-minute talk, followed by - 8:15pm – Public Meditation

The program begins with a short introduction on a Buddhist topic, followed by a guided meditation. The regular meditation is the Guru Yoga meditation on the 16th Karmapa and is guided in English. It generally lasts around 30 minutes.


Buddhist Council of the Midwest

Address: 1812 Washington   Evanston IL 60201
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Association of Buddhists
Phone: (847) 869-5806
E-mail: info@buddhistcouncilmidwest.org
Website: http://www.buddhistcouncilmidwest.org
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Main Contact: Asayo Horibe  Email  (Phone: (847) 869-5806)
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Umbrella organization for Buddhist Temples, Meditation Centers and other groups in the Lower Great Lakes region. Meets monthly. Major events are the Buddhist Womens Conference in Feburary and the International Visakha Festival in June.


Buddhist Dharma Center of Cincinnati

Address: P.O. Box 23307 15 Moline Street   Cincinnati OH 45220
Tradition: Mahayana, Non-Sectarian, Zen / Vipassana
Phone: (513) 541-1650
E-mail: info@CincinnatiDharma.org
Website: http://www.cincinnatidharma.org/
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Webmaster: Randall Reese  Email  
Notes and Events:

We practice silent meditation. Our members give talks and lead discussions on topics related to the practice of the Dharma. There are regular classes and beginners instruction.


Buddhist Faith Fellowship of Connecticut

Address: College for East Asian Studies, Wesleyan University Middletown, CT   Middletown CN 06457
Tradition: Mahayana, Shin Buddhism
Affiliation: North American Shin Buddhist Association (NASBA)
E-mail: amida@bffct.org
Website: http://www.bffct.org
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A PLACE FOR FELLOWSHIP We offer a caring, spiritual and open environment that naturally creates healthy relationships between the members of our spiritual family. With our regular gatherings, practice groups, social events, etc.

Come and practice with us on most Sunday mornings, overlooking a Zen garden at the inspirational Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, between 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.


Buddhist Fellowship of UU Clearwater

Address: 2470 Nursery Road   Clearwater FL 33764
Tradition: Mahayana, Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Associated with the National UU Buddhist Fellowship
Phone: 727-391-1152
E-mail: truedharma108@gmail.com
Website: http://www.uuclearwater.org/content/buddhist.htm
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Teacher: Rev. Dr. Frank Tedesco  
Notes and Events:

Meditation- sitting and walking every Tuesday night 7-10 pm.

We have sponsored teachings from representatives of many traditions including Korean and Japanese Zen, Tibetan Kagyu and Gelug and others.

Active participation in interfaith gatherings.

We sponsored a visit of the Maitreya Project Heart Shrine Relic Tour in November, 2008.

Volunteerism in hospice care and animal refuge work encouraged.


Buddhist Global Relief

Address:   PO Box 1611, Sparta NJ 07871
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Humanitarian Organization
Phone: 888.852.7579
E-mail: info@buddhistglobalrelief.org
Website: http://buddhistglobalrelief.org/main.html
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Chairperson, Founder: Bhikkhu Bodhi  
Executive Director: Kim Behan  Email  (Phone: 888.852.7579)
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The mission of Buddhist Global Relief (BGR) is to combat chronic hunger and malnutrition. We sponsor projects that promote hunger relief for poor communities around the world. We pursue our mission by: • providing direct food aid to people afflicted by hunger and malnutrition • helping develop better long-term methods of sustainable food production and management appropriate to the cultures and traditions of the beneficiaries • promoting the education of girls and women, so essential in the struggle against poverty and malnutrition • giving women an opportunity to start right livelihood projects to support their families. We also seek to raise awareness of global hunger and advocate for an international food system that exemplifies social justice and conduces to ecological sustainability.

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Buddhist Meditation Class

Address: Spiral Tree Yoga Studio 570 Brighton Ave   Portland ME 04103
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Zen & Tibetan
E-mail: ddranetz@hotmail.com
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Synthesizing meditative practices from Theravada (vipassana), Mahayana, Zen, and Indo-Tibetan traditions of Buddhism, this class teaches various ancient techniques to develop greater mindfulness, loving-kindness, compassion, and wisdom. Suitable for both beginners and experienced meditators, classes will include about 45 minutes of guided meditation, followed by a 15 minute period of discussion. 

The class is called "Buddhist Meditation", every Tuesday night, from 5:45-6:45, at Spiral Tree Yoga Studio.
  
Information at spiraltreeyoga.com
 
 About the teacher:
 
 Daniel Dranetz, MS, LCPC-c, has been practicing meditation within Buddhist traditions for over 13 years, including Theravada (vipassana), Zen, and Tibetan Buddhist lineages. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and is a disciple of Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche. Daniel holds a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and practices locally as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor for teens and families.

Daniel describes Buddhist mindfulness meditation as a saving grace in his life, and he is delighted to share the profound practices that he has learned from his teachers in order to promote greater peace, love, and well-being in the world. Please note that Daniel’s classes are meant to only teach meditation, and that he is not offering mental health counseling at Spiral Tree Yoga and Wellness Studio.

 


Buddhist Meditation Coaching

Address: 12217 Pacific Avenue #7   Los Angeles CA 90066
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (323) 790-6252
E-mail: Matthew@MeditationCoaching.com
Website: http://MeditationCoaching.com
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Teacher: Matthew Sockolov  
Notes and Events:

We offer donation-based one-on-one meditation coaching. Through working with a meditation teacher, we help people develop a daily practice, learn about the Pali Canon, and grow in their personal meditation practice.


Buddhist Meditation Group at UUCR

Address: Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading 239 Woburn Street   Reading MA 01867
Tradition: Mahayana
E-mail: anfurst@gmail.com
Website: http://readingsangha.wordpress.com/
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Teacher: Andrew Furst  
Main Contact: Andrew Furst  Email  
Spiritual Director: Master Rich Sittinger  
Notes and Events:

Our Sangha is part of Buddha Heart USA. We’d like to extend a heartfelt and open invitation to any and all who would like to experience and learn more about Buddhism and meditation.

Communities Served

We serve the communities of Reading, North Reading, Lynnfield, Wilmington, Stoneham, Woburn, and Wakefield.

Weekly Meetings

We meet weekly (monthly July – August) in Reading Massachusetts at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading. You’ll find information about our Sangha, location, meeting times, and more on this website. Please see our schedule for more details.

What We Do

It is our intention to provide practices that are simple. They are meant to offer peace and other benefits to our Sangha members and guests.  We hope that you might find peace in the Dharma though these efforts.

All are welcome.  There is no experience necessary.   A typical meeting includes the following activities:

  • Opening ceremony/invocation
  • Brief Dharma discussion
  • Qi-gong exercises
  • Meditation practice
  • Closing (recitation of the Five Limitless Thoughts)


Buddhist Network of Greater Baltimore

Address: Greater Baltimore   Greater Baltimore MD
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: (410) 467-1817
Website: http://www.bngb.org/
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Contact: Jeff Covey  
Notes and Events:

The Buddhist Network of Greater Baltimore is a loose affiliation of Buddhist centers and practice communities in the Greater Baltimore area.


Buddhist Place

Address: 588 Stewart Street Peterborough, Ontario   Peterborough Ontario K9H 4C1
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 705 775-4567 7O5-760-9157
E-mail: inquiries@buddhistplace.org
Website: http://www.buddhistplace.org/
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On-going Activities Location: St. John’s Anglican Church
99 Brock St., Peterborough - just east of Water Street
Sitting Meditation:
Wednesday evenings: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Meditation with some instruction, Loving-kindness meditation,
Dharma reading and discussion
Saturday morning: 8:10 - 9:30 a.m.
Reflection, meditation and chanting.


Buddhist Place

Address: 588 Stewart Street   Peterborough Ontario K9H 4C1
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 705-760-9157
E-mail: inquiries@buddhistplace.org
Website: http://www.buddhistplace.org
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Notes and Events:

Wednesday and Saturday meditation meetings.  Special events with visiting monastics.  See events page for details.


Buddhist Social Action Project

Address:   Middletown CN 06457
Tradition: Mahayana, Buddhist Faith Fellowship
Affiliation: North American Shin Buddhist Association (NASBA)
Website: http://buddhistfaith.tripod.com/project/
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The Social Action Project, the socially engaged arm of our spiritual community, the Buddhist Faith Fellowship,  which is completely non-ideological and non-political and seeks practical engagement and solutions to the difficult local social and environment problems of the 21st century by using Buddhist principles as our guide for action.

Our members and friends are drawn into active engagement with the social and environmental issues of our times. We believe that humane and compassionate social action naturally unfolds as a response to the incessant suffering and folly in the world. Inspired by the Buddha’s teachings of the Bodhisattva way and the teachings of Shinran Shonin, we are compelled to work together in order to alleviate and transform this dukkha (suffering) into the substance of love, wisdom and peace. As our teaching expresses, "let’s transform bits of rubble into gold."


Buddhist Study Group of Rocky Hill

Address:   CN
Tradition: Independent American Shin Buddhism
Affiliation: Buddhist Faith Fellowship of Connecticut
Website: http://rockyhill.bffct.net/
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This group has now integrated with the new England Institute of Buddhist Studies in Middletown.


Buddhist Temple of Chicago

Address: 1151 W. Leland  Chicago IL 60640
Tradition: Mahayana, Jodo Shinshu (Akegarasu, Kiyozawa)
Affiliation: Administratively Independent Jodo Shinshu (Otani-ha lineage)
Phone: (773) 334-4661
Fax: (773) 334-4726
E-mail: info@budtempchi.org
Website: http://www.budtempchi.org
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Founder: Gyomay Kubose  
Teachers: Yukei Ashikaga, Patti Nakai, Fred Babbin  Email  
Spiritual Director: Yukei Ashikaga  (Phone: (773) 334-4661)
Notes and Events:

Activities: Sunday services at 11 a.m. in English, 1 p.m. in Japanese (monthly).
Meditation: Sunday, 9-10:15 a.m. Thursday, 7:30-8:45 p.m.
Dharma School and Toddler Group reforming, please write info@budtempchi.org
for info.

Wednesday discussion groups

Monthly meetings:
Shin Sangha, activities group for singles/couples interested in Buddhism.
Asoka, activities group for Seniors.

Weekly classes:
Class in Introductory Buddhism.
Taiko, Iaido and Minyo groups.
Japanese language classes, calligraphy instruction and cultural groups

Special seminars
Natsu Matsuri, annual summer festival of Japanese performing arts, crafts and food.
Publication: BTC Bulletin "Gan Ne" monthly newsletter.
Comments: established in 1944 by Reverend Gyomay M. Kubose.


Buddhist Temple of Toledo

Address: 6537 Angola Road   Holland OH 43528
Tradition: Mahayana, zen
Phone: 419-861-1163
E-mail: info@toledozencenter.org
Website: http://www.toledozencenter.org
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Main Contact: Revs. Jay Rinsen & Karen Do On Weik  Email  (Phone: 419-861-1163)
Spiritual Director: Revs. Jay Rinsen & Karen Do On Weik  Email  (Phone: 419-861-1163)
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The Buddhist Temple of Toledo is a beacon to waking up to ones true nature, nestled in Northwest Ohio, at the crossroads of America. TZC is an independent Sangha that provides support for anyone interested in Zen Buddhist practice in the greater Toledo area with weekly services, a childrens Dharma school, zazen, zen talks, practice discussions, monthly workshops and retreats. Much of what happens at the center is available as The Drinking Gourd Podcast via iTunes or you can listen in online at http://www.thedrinkinggourd.org/


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  
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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.


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)
Notes and Events:

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.


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