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Santa Monica Karma Thegsum Choling

Address: 1008 11th Street Room   Santa Monica CA 90401
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu Tibetan
Phone: 310-451-4368
E-mail: santamonicaktc@earthlink.net
Website: http://www.SantaMonicaKTC.org
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Main Contact: Daniel  (Phone: (310) 593-3609 )
Teacher: Venerable Bardor Tulku Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: 17th Karmapa  
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Santa Monica KTC is a registered non-profit, founded in Santa Monica to provide the community with meditation instruction and practice.  New comers are welcome to contact us to find out about the dates and times we meet.

We are under the guidance of Karma Triyana Dharmachakra (www.kagyu.org)

We are near church at corner of Washington Ave and California Ave in Santa Monica.


Santa Monica Zen Center

Address: 1453 W 14th Street Unit C   Santa Monica CA 90404
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen: Three Treasures Tradition of Taizan Maezumi Roshi
Affiliation: White Plum Asangha founded by Taizan Maezumi Roshi
Phone: (310) 572-9070
E-mail: info@smzen.org
Website: http://www.smzen.org
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Main Contact: info@smzen.org  
Abbot & Head Teacher: William Yoshin Jordan  Email  
Teacher: William Yoshin Jordan, Sensei  
Spiritual Director: William Yoshin Jordan, Sensei  
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The Santa Monica Zen Center is an urban, non-profit organization that operates on a Membership/Volunteer model.

We invite Guests and practitioners new to SMZC to participate one time in an initial 40-minute Zazen Instruction and Orientation, after which we support their practice for a trial period of 2 months at no charge.

Newcomers are asked to consider Membership at the end of the trial period.  Members pay monthly dues and enjoy the privilege of ‘just sitting’ on a self-styled schedule or engaging whole-heartedly in our training and development programs.

SMZC would be very pleased to have you visit and ‘test drive’ us for our 2-month trial period!  Please contact us at info@smzen.org, or in person during our scheduled open hours, with your questions about Zazen Instruction, trial practice, or Membership.


Santa Rosa Shambhala Center

Address: 855 7th Street (Masonic Lodge, corner of Beaver & 7th Street)   Santa Rosa CA 95404
Tradition: Mahayana, Vajrayana, Non-Sectarian, Tibetan, Shambhala Buddhist
Affiliation: Shambhala International
Phone: 707 545-4907
E-mail: santa.rosa.shambhala@gmail.com
Website: http://santarosa.shambhala.org/
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Spiritual Director: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche  
Founder: Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche  
Main Contact: Joanne Henn (Center Director)  Email  (Phone: 707 545-4907)
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Mailing address: Post Office Box 521, Santa Rosa, CA 95402


Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute

Address: 477 E. 40th Ave.   Eugene OR 97405
Tradition: Vajrayana, Dudjom Lineage of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism
Phone: +1(541)359-3588
E-mail: info@saraha.org
Website: http://www.saraha.org
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Main Contact: office  (Phone: +1(541)359-3588)
Teacher: Lama Sonam Tsering  
Spiritual Director: Lama Tharchin Rinpoche  
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Located in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute is a Buddhist Temple and educational facility dedicated to the study and practice of the Dudjom Lineage of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism.

Please visit our website at:  www.saraha.org for more information on our background, vision and intention, as well as our current schedule and calendar of events, and Dharma Education opportunities. This site is also a source for Buddhist learning resources, including photo, audio, video and structured study materials.


Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute

Address: 477 E. 40th Ave.   Eugene OR 97405
Tradition: Vajrayana, Dudjom Lineage
Affiliation: Tibetan/Nyingma
Phone: (541)359-3588
E-mail: info@saraha.org
Website: http://www.saraha.org
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Main Contact: Lama Tsering Gyaltsen  
Teacher: Lama Sonam Tsering  
Spiritual Director: Lama Tharchin Rinpoche  
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The Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute, or "Saraha" for short, is a registered 501(c)(3) status non-profit religious organization based in Eugene, Oregon, USA.  Following the Buddha's teachings of Enlightenment, and practicing according to the Dudjom Lineage of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism, Saraha offers a full schedule of regular temple meditation and educational events, special teachings events, and educational courses.

The Institute is also the home of Saraha Children's School, a full academic, grades K-8 school which integrates the study and practice of Buddhist philosophy with standard academic subjects. 

Through its adult and child programs, Saraha intends to offer a community-based, family friendly atmosphere where students young and old can visit and grow in age and wisdom together.


Sarana International Buddhist Center

Address: 15241 51st Avenue South   Tukwila WA 98188
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (206) 277-8399
E-mail: contact.sibc@gmail.com
Website: http://sarana.hopto.org
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Main Contact: Polwatte Pagnananda  Email  (Phone: (206) 277-8399)
Teacher: Polwatte Pagnananda  
Spiritual Director: Polwatte Pagnananda  
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Sarana International Buddhist Center (SIBC), In Tukwila, Washington is truly international. Its altar includes Buddha statues and paintings from Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, China, Burma, and India. One of the resident monks, Venerable Pra Mahamuni Lim Sovann, and many of those who attend the large gatherings at the temple near Sea-Tac airport are Cambodian. But, the abbot, Bhante Polwatte Pagnananda hails from Sri Lanka. SIBC, which was established in 1998, is open to anyone who wants to learn about Buddhism or practice Buddhist meditation. Regular religious services are held every Sunday morning starting at 9 a.m.

There are meditation and Yoga classes every Wednesday 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. A new vipassana hall was opened in March of 2005, and the Northwest Vipassana Society conducts all-day workshops from 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m. on the last Saturday of every month. The annual vassa (rainy season retreat) for monks lasts for three months, beginning on July 24 and continuing through October.

The retreat period ends on October 30, 2005 with the colorful Kathina ceremony during which lay supporters offer new robes, flowers, food, and other donations to the monks. All are welcome to take part in these ceremonies.

Sarana\\\'s Abbot, Bhante Polwatte Pagnananda, entered the order of bhikkus in 1965 in Sri Lanka under the patronage of Venerable Mullegama Seelananda and Labugama Lankananda Maha Thero, and received his higher ordination in 1974 from Akurana Pannaransi Maha Thero, the Sanghanayake (leader) of the Raigama Korale (Siamese sect-Kotte chapter). He received his early education from Paravahera Pagnnananda Maha Thero at Dharmaduta Buddhist Seminary in Colombo, and later studied at Vidyaratana Affiliated University Parivena. In 1977 he completed the GCE Advanced Level Examination, in 1981 the First Examination of the Pracina Panditha degree, and in 1983 received a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Kelaniya. He was active in various religious and social activities in the Horana area from 1986 to 1994, and was eventually appointment as the chief incumbent of the Boddalgoda Sri Devarakshita Temple.

In 1996 Bhante Pagnananda was invited to come to the United States on a Dhammaduta (missionary) mission by a devoted Sri Lankan physician in New York. He stayed at the Maitri Viharan in Los Angeles and the came to Seattle in 1977. He was determined to establish a Theravada Buddhist center, and the next year founded the Sarana International Buddhist Center in Tukwila with the generous support of Buddhist devotees from different ethnic groups. The Sarana International Buddhist Center is located at 15241 . 51st Ave South in Tukwila, just northeast of Sea-Tac Airport. Further information about the Center and its activities can be obtained from Bhante Polwatte Pagnananda at 206-277-8399.


Sarasota Zen Center- Buddhist Temple

Address: 3947 Clark Road. Ste. B   Sarasota FL 34233
Tradition: Mahayana, Rev. Dr. Soyu Matsuoka, roshi
Affiliation: Soto Zen
Phone: 941-451-6988
E-mail: inquiry@sarasotazen.org
Website: http://www.sarasotazen.org
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Main Contact: Rev. Daito Thompson- Osho  Email  (Phone: 941-451-6988)
Spiritual Director: Rev. Daito Thompson- Osho  Email  (Phone: 941-451-6988)
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 The Sarasota Zen Center,  a Soto Zen Buddhist Temple, is a Florida registered non-profit organization created to support the dissemination and growth of Buddhist Teachings within our communities and to help empower its members through direct participation in its programs. The Sarasota Zen Center community offers a haven of peace and harmony in which to engage in the arduous task of self-discovery through Zen practice. Welcoming diversity, the practice of Zen is available to people of every race, religion, nationality, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, and physical ability.

ZEN
Zen Wisdom is thought to be the most refined spiritual possession of Asia, with its origin in India, its development in China, and its practical application in Japan. Wherever there is poetic action, a religious aspiration, a heroic thought, there is Zen. Zen is direct- goes straight to the point- requires no mediator. It is the greatest gift the Orient can make to the Occident.

ZAZEN: Formal Zen meditation.
Meditation has been said to occupy in Buddhism the place of prayer in other religious. In a sense this is true- except that Zen meditation is not prayer, makes no assumptions at all about God, and has been practiced by adherents of many major religions.

Zen meditation is not a dreamy reverie. Nor does it seek to apply the mind to any formulated problems of philosophy, ethics, or theology. Rather, the object of meditation is to force the participant beyond the sphere where words can be used, into the realm of immediacy where Ultimate Truth can be realized.

To put it simply, Zen meditation is to be approached as an end in itself. Greater Wisdom is not its aim but is an incidental results. It is extremely practical and penetrates all phases of daily life.

Who can participate?
Anyone who desires to progress in mind, body, and spirit may benefit by attending the Zen center. Among attendants have been practitioners of Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, and secular ethical philosophies, as well as other Buddhists. The only requirements are a sincere purpose and a clean body.

Application to life.
The late Reverend Dr. Soyu Matsuoka-roshi said: "Many people have inquired about the life that a Zen person should lead. As you grow in Zen, you will find that you no longer have to think about how to act, or how to live, because the life of Zen will have matured in you, and your actions will be in complete harmony with your inner spirit."

Where to Begin?

1. Study.

2. Reflection.

3. Meditation.

4. Finding spiritual friends.

Gassho, _/\_

Venerable Reverend Daito Thompson- Osho, spiritual director


Saskatoon Community of Mindful Living

Address: 213 Second Street East c/o Unitarian Congregation of Saskatoon   Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7H 1N5
Tradition: Mahayana, Thich Nhat Hanh
Affiliation: Following the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh
E-mail: info@mindfulsaskatoon.ca
Website: http://www.mindfulsaskatoon.ca
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Main Contact: Ken Sailor, secretary  Email  
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The Saskatoon Community of Mindful Living is a group practicing in the tradition of Vietnamese Zen Buddhist teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh.

We are a supportive group that aims to nurture each other\\\'s practice to further awaken our awareness of the miracle of this life.

When Do You Meet?
We meet every Monday evening from 7-9 pm for meditation and discussion at the Unitarian Centre, 213 2nd Street East in Saskatoon, between MacPherson and Melrose avenues.

For more information, email info@mindfulsaskatoon.ca


Saskatoon Insight Meditation Community

Address:   Saskatoon Saskatchewan
Tradition: Theravada
E-mail: contact@saskatooninsight.com
Website: http://www.saskatooninsight.com/
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Notes and Events:

All are welcome to our sitting group of beginning and experienced meditators on Wednesday evenings, 7:00 to 8:10 PM, at Hot Yoga, 117 20th St. West, Saskatoon. We lock our outside door at 7:00, so please arrive a few minutes early to settle in.  The cost is by donation/dana.

Our sitting group is led by our Community Dharma Leader, Jeanne Corrigal, and occasionally by other experienced practitioners.  

In addition to our sitting group, our community hosts sangha walks and a social circle, and Jeanne offers sessions for beginners, daylong retreats, an annual weekend retreat, and classes.  Our core activities are offered freely, through the dana (generosity) tradition.


Seattle Buddhist Center

Address: 12056 15th Ave NE   Seattle WA 98125
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Triratna
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
Phone: (206) 726-0051
E-mail: info@seattlebuddhistcenter.org
Website: http://www.seattlebuddhistcenter.org
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Notes and Events:

The Seattle Buddhist Center is part of an international Buddhist movement known as the Triratna Buddhist Community (formerly Friends of the Western Buddhist Order) which aims to make available the teachings and practices of Buddhism in a form accessible to those in the West. The Center offers a range of activities and resources to further these aims.

The entrance is on NE 123rd Street.


Sera Jey Buddhist Culture Center

Address: 74-15 43rd Avenue   Elmhurst 11373
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan Buddhism - Gelug tradition
Affiliation: Sera Jey Monastic University, South India
Phone: 917-605-7109, 347-601-1726
E-mail: serajeyusa@yahoo.com, serajeyusa@gmail.com
Website: http://www.serajey.org
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Teacher: Pare Rinpoche  
Main Contact: Geshe Lobsang Ngodup  Email  (Phone: Same as above)
Spiritual Director: Geshe Lobsang Ngodup  Email  (Phone: 917-605-7109)
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Sera Jey Buddhist Culture Center is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit religious and cultural organization established in New York in 2009.  The center is dedicated to the preservation and fostering Tibets unique spiritual tradition and cultural heritage through providing a wide range of programs on Buddhism and Tibetan culture to the Tibetan community and the general public.  Pare Rinpoche is our residential lama who give teaching, performs religious services and provides spiritual counseling.


SGI Northern Virginia Buddhist Center

Address: 7400 Fullerton Road # 200   Springfield VI 22153
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: SGI USA
Phone: (703) 451-0441
E-mail: sgiusava@gmail.com
Website: http://www.sgi-va.org
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Notes and Events:

Soka Gakkai International (SGI-USA) is a lay American Buddhist Association that promotes world peace and individual happiness based on the teachings of Nichiren Buddhism.  Our members reflect a cross section of society representing all walks of life.  Buddhism is about achieving personal happiness in your daily life.  The path to happiness begins with the first step.


SGI Orlando Buddhism

Address: Florida  FL 32708
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: SGI-USA
Phone: 407-482-3939
E-mail: sgiorlandowebsite@gmail.com
Website: http://www.sgi-orlando.com
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Notes and Events:

Buddhism for world peace through inner change/Human Revolution. Title of Lotus Sutra - Nam Myoho Renge Kyo manifest Buddhahood in your life leads to peace.


SGI-USA Las Vegas Buddhist Center

Address: 2725 W. Charleston Blvd.   Las Vegas NV 89102
Tradition: Mahayana, Nichiren Daishonin
Affiliation: Soka Gakkai International
Phone: 7022586489
Website: http://www.sgi-usa.org
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Main Contact: David Sharp  Email  (Phone: 7022586489)
Notes and Events:

The SGI is based on the teachings and philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism, which places the highest emphasis on the sanctity of life. Members seek, through their practice of Buddhism, to develop the ability to live with confidence, to create value in any circumstance and to contribute to the well-being of friends, family and community.

Our philosophy is rooted in the concept of "human revolution," a process of inner transformation through Buddhist practice. It is a process that leads us to develop our character and to act not only for our personal fulfillment but also for the betterment of society.

We believe that happiness is being able to experience profound joy that comes from never being defeated by any problem in life. In fact, we use life’s challenges as catalysts to deepen and expand our inner lives. True happiness results from our efforts to manifest our highest potential — wisdom, compassion, courage and vitality.

The SGI-USA is the American branch of the SGI network, with more than 2,600 neighborhood discussion groups and nearly 100 SGI-USA centers throughout the country.

The core activity for all SGI-USA members is the neighborhood discussion meeting. These informal gatherings bring people together for Buddhist prayer, study, sharing and discussion of ways Buddhism can be applied to the challenges of daily living.


SGI-USA Oxnard Activity Center

Address: 2340 Wankel Way   Oxnard CA 93030
Tradition: Mahayana, Soka Gakkai International
Affiliation: Soka Gakkai International
Phone: 805-983-7430
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Minister of Ceremonies: Kevin Nunn  Email  (Phone: 805-484-7436)
Main Contact: Bob Nomura  (Phone: 805-983-7430)
Teacher: Scott Wilson  
Spiritual Director: Amy Walker  
Notes and Events:

The SGI is based on the teachings and philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism, which places the highest emphasis on the sanctity of life. Members seek, through their practice of Buddhism, to develop the ability of the individual.


Shakti Vihara

Address: 15 Columbia Road   Colorado Springs CO 80904
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 719 387 0700
E-mail: publicity@awakeningtruth.org
Website: http://www.awakeningtruth.org
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Spiritual Director: Ajahn Thanasanti  Email  
Main Contact: Information  Email  
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Shakti Vihara is a new Theravada Vihara for training nuns located in Colorado Springs, Colorado on the Westside. Ajahn Thanasanti hosts regular talks, Insight Meditation (Vipassana) instruction and practice, moonlight vigils, retreats and workshops. All are welcome.


Shambhala Meditation Center of Atlanta

Address: 1447 Church Street  Decatur GA 30030
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Kagyu and Nyingma Tibetan
Phone: 404-370-9650
E-mail: info@atlantashambhalacenter.org
Website: http://www.atlantashambhalacenter.org
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Director: Valerie Morvan  Email  (Phone: 404-370-9650)
Spiritual Director: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche  
Main Contact: Administration  Email  (Phone: 404-370-9650)
Practice & Education: Jackie Muse  Email  (Phone: 404-370-9650)
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The Shambhala Meditation Center of Atlanta is part of an international community of more than 170 meditation centers founded by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and now led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. The Shambhala Buddhist path, unique in the world of western Buddhism, combines the teachings of the Kagyu and Nyingma traditions of Tibetan Buddhism with the Shambhala principles of living an uplifted life, fully engaged with the world.

We also offer Shambhala Training, a secular meditation path that offers the benefits of meditation to everyone of all traditions.

We offer free meditation instruction, public sitting practice, Buddhist and contemplative classes, regular weekend classes and retreats, and community celebrations in a supportive environment of lay practitioners. See our website for details and upcoming programs. All teachings and chants are in English.

Meditation Instruction: Tuesdays 7:00pm, Sundays 10:00am
Public Sitting: Tuesdays 7-8:00pm, Wednesdays 7-8:00pm, Sundays 9-11:30am


Shambhala Meditation Center of San Francisco

Address: 1231 Stevenson Street   San Francisco CA 94103
Tradition: Vajrayana, Non-Sectarian, Tibetan, Shambhala Buddhist
Affiliation: Shambhala International
Phone: (415) 731-4426
E-mail: sf@shambhala.org
Website: http://www.shambhala.org
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Teacher: Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche,  
Main Contact: Susan Arnesen and Noah Butter, Co-Directors  Email  (Phone: 415-796-2507)
Teacher: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche,  
Spiritual Director: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche  
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The Shambhala Meditation Center of San Francisco is part of an international community of urban meditation and rural retreat centers founded in 1973 by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist meditation master, artist, author, and poet.

The Shambhala Center in San Francisco is one of twelve affiliated Shambhala Meditation Centers and Groups organized as Northern California Shambhala. We offer free public meditation, a core curriculum of Buddhist and Shambhala teachings, as well as training in advanced contemplative practices. You are invited to explore our diverse programs designed to help San Franciscans of all traditions discover their inherent sanity, gentleness and humor.


Shambhala Meditation Group of Bellevue

Address: 25404 Battle Creek Highway  Bellevue, MI 49021
Tradition: Vajrayana, kagyu, Nyingma Tibetan
Affiliation: Shambhala International
Phone: 269-763-9406
E-mail: robertbrown43@gmail.com
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Main Contact: Robert Brown  (Phone: robertbrown43@gmail.com)
Teacher: Robert Brown  
Spiritual Director: Sakyong Mipham, Rinpoche  
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This group started meeting in 1975 in Battle Creek, MI and was called Dharma Study Group. We meet every Wednesday from 7 pm till 9pm for practice and study. We also hold other practice sessions that vary with time and date including all day sitting called Nyinthun (9 hours total sittting time) which include breaks for lunch etc. Please call or emailus to be on our emailing list.

Meditation instruction is available at no charge.

We are located about 20 miles north of I-94 and about 7 miles from I-69. and 3 miles sw of Bellevue on M-78.


Shambhala Mountain Center

Address: 4921 County Road 68-C   Red Feather Lakes CO 80545
Tradition: Vajrayana, Non-Sectarian, Tibetan, Kagyü lineage
Affiliation: Shambhala International
Phone: (303) 545-0062 ext 2
Fax: (970) 881-2184
E-mail: info@shambhalamountain.org
Website: http://www.shambhalamountain.org
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Founder: Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche  
Teacher: Pema Chodron, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Khandro Rinpoche, Khenpo Tsultrim Rinpoche  
Main Contact: Registration  Email  (Phone: 1-888-STUPA-21 (788-7221))
Spiritual Director: The Kongma Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Shambhala Mountain Center is a mountain valley retreat located on 600 acres in northern Colorado, and home to The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya Which Liberates Upon Seeing. Since 1971 the Center has offered hundreds of programs on Buddhist meditation, yoga and other contemplative disciplines. Tamed by over thirty years of use as a contemplative retreat, Shambhala Mountain Center is a place where one of the basic truths of Buddhism—that people can be profoundly open to the wisdom of the present moment—is always readily available.

Shambhala is sometimes likened to a spiritual umbrella, a protective canopy under which many people with diverse needs and aspirations can gather to benefit from teachings and practices that can awaken their inherent wisdom and compassion. This vital role has both an inner and outer aspect: training individuals in our tradition, and connecting to other consonant groups in society. 

On the occasion of receiving the Living Peace award, His Holiness the Dalai Lama spoke to the Sakyong, the spiritual director of Shambhala,  about the vital importance of furthering Shambhala\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s emerging role in the world. In particular, for Shambhala Mountain Center to be a venue where the great wisdom traditions of the world can gather and share their unique gifts of wisdom and compassion.

Learn how to meditate, delve into the wisdom teachings of Tibetan Buddhism, stretch beyond your limits in a yoga retreat, or practice mindfulness in one of our contemplative arts programs. And if R&R is what you are seeking, consider one of our relaxing, rejuvenating Retreat & Renewal weekendsAdvanced Buddhist Retreats are offered along with a multitude of other programs, including conference and group retreat rentals.


Shankli World Buddha Foundation

Address: 215 Bennett Court North   Oswego IL 60534
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: World Buddha Foundation, Buddhgaya, India
Phone: 6305511298
E-mail: info@shankli.com
Website: http://www.worldbuddhafoundation.org
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Spiritual Director: Harish Sanskrityayan  
Main Contact: Hari Jagannadhan  Email  
Notes and Events:

To promote and celebrate the diversity of Buddhist philosophy and culture, and to represent and advocate for the Buddhist community in the public realm, confronting misunderstandings or misrepresentations of the Dharma and engaging in inter-religious dialogue.

Promoting Education, social responsibility and world peace through Buddhist beliefs.


Shaolin Chan City

Address: 8454 Glen Echo Dr.  St. Louis MO 63121
Tradition: Mahayana, Caodong Chan Lineage
Phone: (314) 383-3918
E-mail: contact@shaolinchancity.com
Website: http://www.shaolinchancity.com
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Teacher: Le Fujun  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Shi Deyang  
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A Comprehensive Traditional Shaolin Cultural Arts Center, located in St. Louis, Missouri, under the direction of Ven. Shi Deyang- 31st Gen. Shaolin Monastery Monk. Founder & Instructor: Le Fujun- Shaolin practitioner, instructor, historian, author. (Several published articles available online at http://www.shaolinchancity.blogspot.com)

Center offers Study Programs in Traditional Shaolin Wugong (kung fu), Qigong, Meditation & Chan Philosophy. Program info: http://www.shaolinchancity.com/lessons.html


Shenandoah Zen

Address:   Waynesboro VI 22980
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
Website: http://www.shenandoahzen.org
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Weekly Zen Meditation in the Shenandoah Valley. Convenient to Waynesboro VA, Staunton VA, Crozet VA


Shield Sangha

Address:   North Bay Ontario P1B 5G3
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: info@shieldsangha.org
Website: http://www.shieldsangha.org
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Main Contact: Tim Robertson  Email  (Phone: 705-497-1227)
Notes and Events:

Shield Sangha has been described as the one room schoolhouse of Buddhism because the group includes both people new to Buddhism and longtime meditators. To be notified of our activities, join the Sangha List on our home page.


Shimmering Void Zen Center

Address: 3312 Century Drive   Bakersfield CA 93306
Tradition: Mahayana, Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: None
Phone: 661-330-9332
E-mail: mathprof@pacbell.net
Website: http://shimmeringvoid.com
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Main Contact: Julie Cartwright  
Teacher: Rafael Espericueta  
Spiritual Director: Rafael Espericueta  
Notes and Events:

We offer a daily sitting schedule, and occasionally day long sitting retreats.

 See our website for further details.


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