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Cheyenne Kadampa Meditation Group

Address: 113 E. 17th Street. (RubyJuice)   Cheyenne WY 82001
Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa Tradition
Phone: (970) 482 7613
E-mail: info@meditateinfortcollins.org
Website: http://meditateinfortcollins.org/meditation-and-buddhism-in-cheyenne/
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Teacher: Gen Kelsang Rinzin  
Main Contact: Kelsang Thaye  Email  (Phone: 970-482-7613)
Spiritual Director: Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Notes and Events:

Weekly Drop-in Meditation Classes at 7:15 pm Wednesdays


Chicago Ratna Shri Sangha

Address: 5337 W. Cullom Ave  Chicago IL 60641
Tradition: Vajrayana, Drikung Kagyu Tibetan
Affiliation: Drikung Kagyu
E-mail: ratnachi@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.chicagoratnashri.org
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Main Contact: Bill Pope  Email  
Teacher: Drupon Rinchen Dorjee Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: Drupon Rinchen Dorjee Rinpoche  
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The Chicago Ratna Shri Sangha is a non-profit organization dedicated to the practice of Tibetan Buddhism as passed down in the Drikung Kagyu Lineage founded by Lord Jigten Sumgon in the 12th Century. Born in Tibet Lord Jigten Sumgon (Rinchen Phel or Ratna Shri in Sanskrit) was an emanation of Buddha Shakyamuni and was considered to be one of the greatest disciples of Phagmo Drupa, who named him as his successor.

Founded in 1994 by the Venerable Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen Rinpoche, Chicago Ratna Shri Sangha has sustained itself with regular practice in the homes of local practitioners and teachings given by the precious lamas of the Drikung Kagyu lineage, who have been invited several times yearly.

Under the guidance of our spiritual director, Drupon Rinchen Dorjee Rinpoche, we are striving to establish a strong center dedicated to serving the Chicago area as a place for teachings, practice, contemplation, and meditation. Under the guidance of Drupon Rinchen Dorjee Rinpoche, our goal is to sponsor regular retreats, teachings, and to maintain our regular weekly practice. In the future we hope to establish a broader spectrum of activities to benefit both the local community and other communities worldwide.


Chicago Zen Meditation Community

Address:   Chicago IL 60602
Tradition: Mahayana, Dainin Katagiri
Affiliation: Soto Zen
Phone: 312-576-3582
E-mail: info@zenchicago.org
Website: http://www.zenchicago.org
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Main Contact: Myoshi Roger Thomson  Email  (Phone: 312-576-3582)
Notes and Events:

We are a diverse group of Chicagoans committed to practicing the Zen way of awakening together, and to providing a place for others to come to and deepen their own practice.  See our website at www.zenchicago.org for additional information.

We meet twice per week: Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the Lincoln Park neighborhood and Wednesday afternoons at 2:15 p.m. in the Chicago Loop.

On Sunday evenings, we meet for zazen, chanting and a dharma talk.  We meet at the Cenacle Retreat Center, 513 W. Fullerton, in Chicago\\\'s Lincoln Park neighborhood.  Meditation begins promptly at 7:00 p.m.  Meditation instruction is available for newcomers every week at 6:40 p.m.

On Wednesday afternoons, we meet for zazen, kinhin, and a dharma talk.  We meet at 30 N. Michigan Ave., Room 1111 (across the street from Millennium Park).  Meditation begins promptly at 2:15 p.m., so please plan to arrive early.  If you are new to Buddhist meditation, please plan to attend a meditation instruction session before your first visit.  Our teacher, Myoshi Thomson, offers meditation instruction to newcomers every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in Suite 1008 of the same building.  If you are planning on attending meditation instruction, please email us at info@zenchicago.org so we know to expect you.

We practice in the Sōtō Zen Buddhist tradition, which traces its heritage back to Buddha through a 2500-year history of fellow practitioners, including our ancient teachers Bodhidharma, Caoqi Huineng, Dongshan Liangjie, and Eihei Dōgen, and our modern teachers, Dainin Katagiri, Shoken Winecoff, and Myoshi Thomson, who guides our practice here in Chicago.

We welcome all to join us in our practice of the way of Zen. What is this practice? The founder of our lineage in Japan, Eihei Dōgen (1200-1253), put it simply: “To study the Way is to study the self; to study the self is to forget the self; to forget the self is to be awakened by all things.” Our practice, then, starts with ourselves, with seeing clearly who we are, and how we are, right now, in this moment.

Our basic activity together is quiet seated meditation. Indeed, the word “Zen” itself is derived from a Sanskrit word for meditation, and sitting in silent meditation has always been the central practice of awakening in Zen. But together we learn to practice the way of awakening in all our activities, and indeed to make our very lives themselves expressions of the awakened mind and heart.


Children of Light Way Sangha

Address: 2727 E. University Drive.   Tempe AZ 85281
Tradition: Mahayana, Buddha Buddies - Boston, MA
Phone: 480-964-5178
E-mail: childrenoflightway@yahoo.com
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Spiritual Director: Br. Bruce J. Donegan  Email  (Phone: 480-964-5178)
Notes and Events:

Venue: 2727 E. University Dr. Tempe #112
      
We are starting in Mesa, Arizona a new Sangha
interested in the study of Zen Meditation with weekly meetings on a Wednesday at 7pm. Any questions please contact Spiritual Director : Br. Bruce J. Donegan Bodhisattva.


Chua Ky Vien: Wonderful Garden Buddhist Meditation Center

Address: 2601 S Marion Road   Sioux Falls SD 57106
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Mendicant Branch
Phone: (770) 572-9658
E-mail: thichminhdieu@gmail.com
Website: http://www.chuakyvien.wordpress.com
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Main Contact: Minh Hoa  Email  (Phone: (916)385-2231)
Notes and Events:

SCHEDULE: EVERYONE IS WELCOME

SUNDAY:

10:00 AM - 11:00 PM: CHANTING AND PRAYERS

11:30 PM - 12:00 PM: DHAMMA TALKS

12:00 PM - 13:00 PM: FREE LUNCH

DAILY:

6:00 AM - 7:00 AM: CHANTING AND MEDITATION 

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM: CHANTING AND MEDITATION


Cincinnati Zen Center

Address: 3647 West 8th Street Cincinnati OH 45205   OH
Tradition: Mahayana, Kwan Um School of Zen
Affiliation: Furnace Mountain Sangha
Phone:
E-mail: info@cincinnatizencenter.org
Website: http://www.cincinnatizencenter.org
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Teachers: Mark Davis  
Main Contact: Abbot Annie Weisbrod  
Spiritual Director: Zen Master Dae Gak  
Abbot: Todd Juengling  
Notes and Events:

Directions to the CZC: From I-75 take 50 West / River Road. From 50 West take the split to Elberon Ave., which winds up the hill and intersects with W 8th St. Go left on W 8th St. The CZC is in the storefront on the left at the intersection with Enright and St Joseph Cemetery.


City of Peace Sangha

Address: 2230 S. Patterson Blvd. #11   Kettering OH 45409
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hahn
Affiliation: Community of Mindful Living
Phone: 9374795598
E-mail: robert.guehl@gmail.com
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Contact in Salem: Cathy Hale  Email  (Phone: 3303321727)
Notes and Events:

Group has meetings in Dayton and Salem, Ohio (both "City of Peace") - Salem area group (Northern branch) still meets weekly on Sunday evenings @6 pm.


Clear Light Buddhist Center

Address: 614 E. Townley Avenue   Phoenix AZ 85020
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition
Phone: 602-243-5220
E-mail: reply@meditationinarizona.org
Website: http://www.MeditationInArizona.org
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Teacher: Kadam Michelle Gauthier  
Notes and Events:

Clear Light Buddhist Center offers weekly class, study programs, retreats as well as workshops on Buddhism and meditation. All classes are aimed at helping to achieve inner peace for the benefit of others. Everyone is welcome to attend.


Clear Sky Meditation & Study Center

Address:   Fort Steele BC V0B 1N0
Tradition: Vajrayana, Universalist/Namgyal Lineage
Affiliation: Universalist/Namgyal Lineage
Phone: (250) 429-3929
Fax: (250) 429-3951
E-mail: contact@clearskycenter.org
Website: http://www.clearskycenter.org
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Teacher: Achariya Doug Duncan Sensei  
Spiritual Director: Achariya Doug Duncan Sensei  
Teacher: Catherine Pawasarat  
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Clear Sky is dedicated to the universal teachings of awakening.
 
 Check out our varied programs, or come to stay for a few months on our Karma Yoga program. We run meditation retreats, an eclectic summer program and holistic living courses. Join us as we develop an awakening community, along with many innovative projects like our Clear Sky Social Enterprise Farm and 1-acre Food Forest. The centre is also available for booking and is ideal for environmental conferences, corporate events, support group meetings, training, workshops and a wide variety of spiritual and holistic activities.
 
Mailing address: P.O. Box 19 Fort Steele V0B 1N0, Canada.


Clear Water Zen Center

Address: 2476 Nursery Road   Clearwater FL 33764
Tradition: Mahayana, Philip Kapleau
Affiliation: Windhorse Zen Community
Phone: 727-391-5735
E-mail: clearwaterzen@gmail.com
Website: http://www.clearwaterzencenter.org
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Main Contact: Ken Rosen  Email  (Phone: 727-391-5735)
Spiritual Director: Ken Rosen  Email  (Phone: 727-391-5735)
Teacher: Lawson Sachter  
Notes and Events:

The Clear Water Zen Center meets every Sunday morning at 8:30. The first Sunday of each month includes two rounds of zazen and a chanting service. The second Sunday of each month includes two rounds of zazen and a Dharma talk by Ken Rosen, senior student of Roshi Philip Kapleau, deceased, and Sensei Lawson Sachter. The third Sunday of each month is for beginning meditation and includes several short rounds of meditation with question and answer periods between the sittings. The fourth Sunday of each month includes three rounds of sitting with daisan offered by Ken Rosen. The fifth Sunday, if any, includes three rounds of meditation. Sensei Lawson Sachter leads multiple day meditation retreats three or four times per year and has been doing so since 1999. The Center participates in annual Buddhist activities such as Vesak and Change Your Mind Day. Many members of the Center are also members of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.


Coeur d 'Alene Dharma Friends

Address: 1319 N Government Way   Coeur d\'Alene ID 83814
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan
Affiliation: Sravasti Abbey
Phone: (208) 667-3813
E-mail: cda.dharma.friends@gmail.com
Website: http://cdadharmafriends.weebly.com/
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Lead Student:: Susan Mitchell  
Spiritual Director: Vennerable Thubten Chodron  Email  (Phone: (509) 447-5549)
Notes and Events:

We meet every Thursday 5:30 PM to 7PM PM (for the foreseeable future, except on holidays). The aim of Coeur d’Alene Dharma Friends is to expand our understanding of the Buddha’s teachings on suffering, love and compassion. Our weekly group is student-led and includes meditation, book study, and discussion.

Venerable Thubten Chodron, is our spiritual advisor and abbess of Sravasti Abbey in Newport, WA.

We study in the Tibetan tradition of Buddhism and periodically organize public teachings with Venerable Chodron and other Tibetan Buddhist teachers. From time to time we also listen to teleteachings by Venerable Chodron from Sravasti Abbey and other Buddhist teachers.  See http://www.buddhanet.info/%22../%22../%22http://www.sravastiabbey.org//%22/%22/%22 or http://www.buddhanet.info/%22../%22../%22http://www.thubtenchodron.org//%22/%22/%22 for more information on Venerable Chodron's teaching schedule.

The fourth Thursday of each month we shift our focus to study Compassionate Communication (or non-violent Communication) based on the work of Marshall Rosenberg https://www.nwcompass.org/compassionate_communication.html. If this does not interest you just skip the fourth Thursday of the month. 

 There is no fee to attend, but offerings are appreciated. Everyone is welcome. 


Columbus Zen Center

Address: 2504 14th St, Columbus, NE 68601   Columbus 68601
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hahn
Affiliation: Community of Mindful Living
Phone: (402)996-1170
Website: http://columbuszen.zohosites.com/
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Main Contact: Josh Bates  (Phone: (402)996-1170)
Notes and Events:

Meditation, Dharma talk, sitting/Walking Meditation, Dharma Sharing - Saturday's 2-3:30pm.

2504 14th St, Columbus, NE 68601

Upstairs auditorium

(No mail to above address)


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  
Notes and Events:

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.


Compassionate Service Society East (CSS East)

Address: 5006 Roslyn Road Annandale VA 22003   Annandale VI 22003
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Compassionate Service Society (CSS)
E-mail: csseast@gmail.com
Website: http://www.csseast.org
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Treasurer: Chinhtin Bui  Email  
Spiritual Director: Hang Truong  Email  
Main Contact: Dyung Le  Email  
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The Compassionate Service Society is a non-profit 501(c)3 Organization based in Southern California, USA. CSS was founded by Master CE Hang Truong in 2002.

Born in Vietnam, Venerable Hang Truong grew up during the war, and was educated in United States,. He was ordained under Chinese tradition and educated in the Dharma under the direct tutelage of Master Hsuan Hua, the founder of the City of Ten Thousand Buddha Chinese Zen lineage. Master Hang Truong has worked and served multiethnic communities across Asia, America and Europe.

The Master embodies, teaches, and lives by multicultural, multi-disciplined, global centric values. He is very well known for his holistic, integral approach to modernize and integrate Buddhism into the fast changing world.

Though founded on Buddhist principles, CSS takes an ecumenical and all-inclusive approach that transcends religious and cultural boundaries. By integrating the ancient teachings of Buddhism with the best of 21st century thought, practices, philosophies, and knowledge, CSS seeks to bring unity and healing to the body, mind and spirit.

CSS’ Services Group consists of volunteers who dedicate their time, energy and care towards giving service to the community. CSS volunteers have taught Integral Tai Chi and Yoga classes, sponsored humanitarian relief and charity projects, led family summer camp, and organized many meditation and spiritual retreats.


Compassionate Way Sangha

Address: 21 maple Street (Boston Theosophical Society)   Arlington MA 02476
Tradition: Mahayana, Non Denominational Zen
Affiliation: Independent
Phone: 617-460-6156
E-mail: csanghamail@gmail.com
Website: http://www.csangha.org
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Dharman Stortz  Email  (Phone: 6174606156)
Notes and Events:

The Compassionate Way Sangha (Csangha) of Massachusetts is a Buddhist community that currently meets in Arlington, MA. Members range from beginners to practitioners with over 40 years of meditation experience and include a senior Buddhist monk. Although a majority of participants come from a Zen background the community has no formal sectarian affiliation and practitioners from all traditions are welcome to participate in sangha events which include weekly meditation meetings, monthly retreats, and the celebration of special events such as the Buddha's Enlightenment and New Year's Eve. For those interested we also have an egroup, csangha@yahoogroups.com that provides teachings and updated information on sangha events. For more information please visit us at csangha.org


Compassionate Way Sangha

Address: 21 Maple Street.   Arlington MA 02476
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
E-mail: csanghamail@gmail.com
Website: http://www.csangha.org
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Dharman Stortz  Email  (Phone: 617-460-6156)
Notes and Events:

The Compassionate Way Sangha is a Massachusetts Buddhist community based in Arlington, MA. Members range from beginners to those with over 40 years of experience in Buddhist practice. Although a majority of our members come from a zen background we have no formal affiliation with any zen sect and practitioners from all Buddhist traditions are welcome to participate in our meditation periods, retreats, and ceremonies. For more information please visit us at csangha.org.


Concord Tibetan Buddhist Sangha

Address: c/o First Parish in Concord 20 Lexington Road, Concord MA 01742   Concord MA MA
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa
Phone: (978) 505-5369
E-mail: bill.seaver @gmail.com
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Teacher: Lobsang Phuntsok  
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Explore Tibetan Buddhism 

First Parish in Concord, 20 Lexington Road offers Buddhist teachings Wednesdays from 9:30-11 a.m. and Thursdays from 7:30-9 p.m.   

These sessions are open to all regardless of previous experience with Buddhism.  For more information: 978-505-5369


Contemplative Counselling Services

Address: Near MacDonald and West 8th Ave  Vancouver BC V6K2B8
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Naropa University
Phone: 778-968-6463
E-mail: connect@contemplatepsychotherapy.com
Website: http://www.contemplatepsychotherapy.com
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Main Contact: Marlise Meilan, MA, RCC  Email  (Phone: 778-968-6463)
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Contemplative Counselling Services offers psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective for individuals, couples and groups.

Therapy can bring deeper personal insight and awareness, better ways of understanding and coping with problems, and improved relationships.

Marlise Meilan is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with a Masters degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University.


D.I.Y. Dharma

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Website: http://diydharma.org
Notes and Events:

We are a community of freaks, geeks, queers, rebels and outcasts, who meditate together in the Buddhist tradition.

We sit Sunday nights from 7:00 to 8:00pm (please arrive 15 minutes prior) at Unity Yoga – 1672 E. 10th Ave, Vancouver, BC, Unceded Coast Salish Territory. Tuesday nights we sit from 7:30 to 9pm. The address for our Tuesday sits will be visible to you at the top of the left column of the home page once you create an account and login to our website.

 On our website we maintain an audio archive of several thousand dharma talks,  guided mediations, lectures and interviews.


Dae Yen Sa International Buddhist Temple and Meditation Center

Address: 19 Kinsey Road, New Hartford, CT 06057   CN
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 860-489-3254
E-mail: daeyensatemple@gmail.com
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Contact: Bo Gak Sunim  Email  
Notes and Events:

Dae Yen Sa International Buddhist Temple and Meditation Center, located in New Hartford, Connecticut, serves the spiritual needs of a diverse community of individuals of all ages and spiritual backgrounds.

For over 30 years Dae Yen Sa has been a place of refuge for those seeking liberation from the bonds of greed, hatred and ignorance. Rooted in the ground of Korean Zen Buddhism, and under the direction of Abbot, Ven. Dae San Dae Sa, we offer instruction and practice in meditation, chanting, and dharma study, as well as yoga and qi gong. We hold traditional ceremonies, and conduct retreat days for individuals and groups throughout the year. We invite you to practice with us.


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  
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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.


Dawn Mountain Center for Tibetan Buddhism

Address: 2010 Naomi St., Suite A   Houston TX 77054
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma
Phone: 7136300354
E-mail: info@dawnmountain.org
Website: http;//www.dawnmountain.org
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Teacher: Harvey B. Aronson / Lama Namgyal Dorje  
Spiritual Director: Anne C. Klein / Lama Rigzin Drolma  Email  (Phone: 17136300354)
Main Contact: Jerri Edgington  Email  (Phone: 17136300354)
Notes and Events:

Free Guided Meditation each Sunday at 11:00am. Teaching Tuesdays - first and third Tuesdays of each month with Anne and Harvey, 7:00 to 9:00pm. Three-year Dzogchen Cycles program enrolling now - initiating retreat is May 5-12, 2017 at our center in Houston.  We broadcast much of what we do online, and we invite you to visit us at dawnmountain.org, YouTube.com/dawnmountain, or facebook.com/dawnmountain.


Dawn Mountain Tibetan Temple Community Center & Research Institute

Address: 1925 B Richmond Avenue   Houston TX 77098-3401
Tradition: Vajrayana, Mindfulness, Dzogchen,
Phone: (713) 630-0354
Website: http://www.dawnmountain.org/
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Spiritual Director: Founder Anne Klein  
Notes and Events:

Guided meditation is offered 11 a.m. to noon Sundays,
Teaching Tuesdays are 7 to 9 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of the month.


Dayton, Ohio Miami Valley Meditation at SKH Quest Center

Address: c/o SKH Quest Center 6236 Far HIlls Avenue   Dayton OH 45459
Tradition: Vajrayana, Japanese Tendai and Tibetan Sakya traditions
Affiliation: Tendai Mitsugon-An and Vikramasila Palden Sakya Centers
Phone: (937) 436-9990
E-mail: info@bluelotusassembly.org
Website: http://www.BlueLotusAssembly.org
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Spiritual Director: An-shu Stephen K. Hayes  
Notes and Events:

Chenrezig - Kannon - Avalokiteshvara yoga meditation 8:30 - 9:30 pm on Wednesday closest to the full moon. Join us for a full moon meditation practice in generating awareness of our inherent proclivity towards compassionate intelligent encouraging engagement with the world, through identification with our own inner nature of being a “heroic bright light who hears the sorrows of the world”.

This center also known as  Blue Lotus Assembly


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