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The Laughing Buddha Sangha

Address: 2046 Fourteenth Street   Santa Monica CA 90405
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lanka Amarapura Nikaya
Affiliation: Dharma Vijaya Vihara Los Angeles
Phone: 310-450-2268
Website: http;//
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Spiritual Director: Akasa Levi  Email  (Phone: 310-450-2268)
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The LAUGHING BUDDHA SANGHA offers a very eclectic - Inquiry into Self practice - combining the calm observation approach of traditional Vipassana Mindfulness with the crazy wisdom irrationality of Zen Non-Duality which short-circuits the obsessive self-absorbed, self-identified mind.

Newcomers: Beginners very welcome! You will be very patiently guided. Newcomers are asked to please inquire first by phone to see if this group is possibly even for you. This sitting group encourages highly inquisitive, unflappable people with a natural, deep love of learning – who relish the abstract, and even the absurd - with a genuine taste for the indefinable existential stuff.

Experienced Meditators who are seeking a much deeper questioning into Self - and a de-mystifying, open-minded, caring conversation into Wisdom, Empathy and Spiritual Reality in our Western life-style + some poetry and laughing! Our practice is informed by traditional Theravada Buddha Dharma for clarity of view.

"BUDDHA: The JOYOUS ICONOCLAST" Study Series – offers a much more outside-the-box-Buddhism! Heart-filled heresy for a more maverick spirited inner-quest – for nourishing an iconoclast intelligence and compassionate critical thinking with a caring heart – thru some refreshing, risky, even radical spiritual considerations of Reality by developing a Dharma informed mind.

The Open Meditation Class is 7:30 - 9:30 PM, Monday Evenings and Includes: Guided Instruction - a 35 minute Silent Meditation - Dharma text study with Q&A dialogue - Metta-style Loving-Kindness Meditation with sacred poetry to conclude. The Core Study Group meets with Akasa on Tuesday evening, The Zen-Men Group on Thursdays. Sangha Shabat one Friday evening a month. Please Phone for Details. 

Akasa Levi was one of the few Americans of the counter-culture generation that lived a decade in Asia during the 70s, to be directly with the last living spiritual teachers of the pre-global era. He was a Buddhist forest monk for six years - trained and ordained into the Theravada monastic lineage by the revered Maha Nayake Ananda Maitreya of Sri Lanka. Originally a Vajrayana initiate of Lama Thubten Yeshe and Zopa Rinpoche at Kopan, Nepal - and later, a Vipassana student of S.N. Goenka and Anagarika Munindra in Bodhgaya, India - and practicing Non-Duality Advaita in satsang with Nisargadatta Maharaj in Bombay. Akasa is a Bodhi-Acharya lineage-holder of the Theravada teaching-transmission. He is known for his spontaneity and wry unpredictable humor.

For more information email Akasa at, call 310-450-2268.

You can also visit his webpage at

The Middle Path Group of Tulsa

Address: 5840 S. Memorial Dr., Suite 305   Tulsa OK 74145-9082
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: St. Johns Center for Spiritual Formation
Phone: 918-833-2881
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Main Contact: David Beach  Email  (Phone: 918-833-2881)
Spiritual Director: David Beach  Email  (Phone: 918-833-2881)
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The Middle Path Group of Tulsa meets weekly for the benefit of meditation and inspiration.

Exploration of non-sectarian, Buddhist teachings and philosophy serve as our guideline for developing a personal practice of meditation and mindfulness.

Middle Path is an open group and welcomes people from all racial, ethnic, economic, sexual, social, political, religious and non-religious backgrounds and preferences. There is never a "conversion" agenda.

Who you are is up to you. We offer a Path for being it fully.

The Mindfulness Center

Address: 212 N. Chestnut Street.   Chaska MN 55318
Tradition: Theravada,
Affiliation: TripleGem Of The North
Phone: 6122164854
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Member: Ray  (Phone: 612 760 3996)
Main Contact: Bhante Sathi  (Phone: 6122164854)
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The Mindfulness Center serves the communities of the Southwest Metro Area of Minneapolis. Open to all who seek to live in deeper harmony with life through mindful living, the Center is dedicated to serving all who seek to improve their health and well-being -- physical, mental, and spiritual -- through the practice of meditation and mindfulness practices, well being classes, mindfulness retreats, classes in Buddhist philosophy, and Buddhist counseling. The Center serves as an oasis of quiet peace and loving kindness in the heart of the community, a place where anyone can come to meditate and rest in a refuge of peace and compassion amidst the hectic pace of our lives.

The Center also serves as a monks‘ residence, facilitating the daily availability of monks offering classes, retreats, teachings, meditations and counseling.

*Open Meditation Sessions
*Weekly Group Meditation
*Personalized Meditation Instruction
*Mindfulness Workshops
*Yoga Classes
*Meditation Retreats
*Buddhist Courses and Talks
*Book Discussions
*Guest Teacher Visits and Retreat.

The Mindfulness Meditation Institute

Address:   Raleigh NC 27605
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: (919) 803-3517
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Main Contact: Charles A. Francis  Email  (Phone: (919) 803-3517)
Spiritual Director: Charles A. Francis  Email  (Phone: (919) 803-3517)
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Mindfulness Meditation Meeting

Find out how to get the most from your meditation practice at our new meditation meeting every Monday evening. There will be basic and intermediate level instruction, discussion, and meditation. You will learn how to:
  • Heal and transform the wounds from your past
  • Enhance your spiritual development
  • Realize true inner peace and serenity

It is ideal for both beginners and experienced meditators. The group is non-faith based, and no meditation experience is necessary. There is no admission charge. Everyone is welcome!


The Healing Place of Wake County
1251 Goode Street Raleigh, NC 27603


Every Monday from 8:00pm to 9:15pm. For more information, visit:

The Nebraska Buddhist Association, Inc

Address: 724 W. 12th Street   Grand Island, Nebraska NE 68801
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 619 985-6784
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Main Contact: Ajahn Khyo  (Phone: 619 985-6784)
Spiritual Director: Ajahn Khyo  (Phone: 619 985-6784)
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We are a fairly small, but thriving Laotian Buddhist community.  We celebrate both Buddhist and Laotian holidays with chanting (Pali and Laotian), meditation, and activities such as Dak Baht.  From time to time we sponsor day-long meditation retreats.

We have a growing number of practitioners of European ethnicities, as well as some Thai folks.

All are welcome at Wat Buddha Metta Phaaphayaram, our temple at 724 W. 12th Street, in Grand Island, Nebraska.

The Open Circle

Address: Windsong Dojo Innerspace 2201 W I-44 Service Rd.   Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 405-478-8407
Fax: 405-478-8407
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Teacher: Arpita Brown  
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Meets each Tuesday evening at 7:15, The Open Circle includes sitting and walking meditation and an informal discussion on Dharma. A study group is held once per month focusing on an aspect of Buddhadharma.

Arpita Brown has been  practicing Vipassana meditation since 1983 and has completed the Community Dharma leaders program at Spirit Rock in 2003. She is currently  Vice president of The Saranaloka Foundation. an organization working for the establishment of a female monastic training center in America and facilitating the teaching in America  of the nuns from Amaravati Monastery in England.  

The Organ for the Universal Buddhist League

Address: 2905 SW 16th Street.  Ocala, Florida 34474
Tradition: Mahayana, Japanese Pure Land and Esoteric Buddhism
Phone: 1-352-237-0793
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Main Contact: Stuart Smith  Email  (Phone: 1-352-237-0793)
Teacher: Toshiyori  
Spiritual Director: Tyuzi Hasimoto (deceased)  
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The Organ for the Universal Buddhist League is a contiinuation of Rev. Tyuzi Hasimoto\'s free publication in blog form.  It aims at dissemination of Mahayana Dharma teachings, especially those of Rev. Hasimotos sect (Jodo Shinshu), and of my own (Shingon Shu).  The instruction is mostly of an introductory nature, but questions from interested readers are welcomed.  Effort is made to show the relevance of the Buddhadharma in contemporary affairs.  Finally, the author practices Kaji-Reki healing and offers his help without charge.  Any free-will offerings will be donated to the forthcoming Shingonji Temple of Alhambra, CA.  

The Sugatagarbha Translation Group

Tradition: Vajrayana, Rimey
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Main Contact: Erick Tsiknopoulos  Email  
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Buddhist translation group dedicated to translating Tibetan Buddhist texts into English. Classes in Tibetan language and translation theory and practice are available. Please see for more information, and to view some of the translations of the Sugatagarbha Translation Group.  (Dharamsala, India)  



The Tibet Center

Address: 25 Washington Street, Suite 304  Brooklyn NY 11201
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan - Everyone welcome
Affiliation: Gelugpa
Phone: 718-222-0007
Fax: 718-222-0087
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Main Contact: Darren J. Smith  Email  (Phone: 718-222-0007)
Spiritual Director: Rev Khyongla Rato Rinpoche  Email  (Phone: 718-222-0007)
Teacher: Ven Nicholas Vreeland  
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Mondays 7pm

Beginners Buddhism Class. Basic concepts and precepts of Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy.

Tuesdays 7pm

Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy w/Khyongla Rato Rinpoche and Geshe Nicholas Vreeland

Saturdays 2pm to 4:30pm

White Tara Meditation

Monday - Friday 2pm to 7pm

Open Temple  

The Touch the Earth Forum

Address:   Edmonton Alberta T5K 2W3
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 780 439-2492
Fax: 780 439-2492
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Main Contact: Charles Schweger  Email  (Phone: 780-439-2492)
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The Touch the Earth Forum provides an opportunity for those interested in Buddhist perspectives on environmental issues to meet, research, learn and discuss relevant topics.  

The Way of Silent Mind-Open Heart

Address: 200 E. Parkway Dr.  Columbia MO 65203
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 573-874-0881
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Teacher: Philip Jones  

The Woodlands Buddhist Fellowship

Address:   The Woodlands TX 77380-2758
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: North American Shin Buddhist Association (NASBA)
Phone: (281) 465 - 9434
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Main Contact: Joe Frechette  
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We are engaged in the study of the whole of Buddhism but place more focus on Shin Buddhism, which is designed for ordinary working people with busy schedules. Open to all.

Theravada Buddhist Community of Vancouver

Address: #104 - 1960 West 7th Ave. Vancouver, BC   Vancouver BC V6J 1T1
Tradition: Theravada, Forest tradition
Affiliation: Birken Forest Monastery & Ajahn Chah
Phone: (778) 232-2282
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Main Contact: Brian Ruhe  
Teacher: Brian Ruhe  
Spiritual Director: Ajhan Sona  
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Weekly meditation group in False Creek. 

Monthly one-day retreats on Sunday.

Courses every week on week nights.

See schedule on website.

Theravadan Buddhist Dhamma Study Center

Address: 58 Hampton Street Concord, NH U.S.A.   Concord, Merimac County NH 03301
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (603) 568-4861
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Contact: Ronald J. Chiodi (Ron-the-Elder)  
Spiritual Director: R. J. Chiodi  
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This is a Study Group for Theravadan Buddhist Students  & Practitioners of The Dhamma (Buddha\'s Teachings) as documented in The Tipitaka / Pali Canon.

Study daily translations from Bhikkhu Samahita of Sri Lanka

Discussions & study of Theravadan Suttas / Pali Canon from Access to Insight

And from “What the Buddha Said in Plain English

Weekly Ecuminical Meditation at The Unitarian Universalist Church of Concord, NH

Tuesdays at 07:00 p.m.

Thrangu Monastery

Address: 8140 No. 5 Road   Richmond BC V6Y 2V4
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu
Affiliation: Vajra Vidhya Buddhist Association
Phone: 778-297-6010
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Main Contact: Office Manager: Rabjor Dawa  Email  
Teacher: Resident Lama: Lama Pema Tsewang  
Spiritual Director: Thrangu Rinpoche  Email  (Phone: 778-297-6010)
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Thrangu Rinpoches official Chinese website. It delivers Rinpoches latest Dharma teaching news, videos, photos of all major events every year. And his teaching text, audio and videos.

Three Jewels Dhamma Hall

Address: 31791 Johnson Lane   Fort Bragg CA 95437
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Abhayagiri Monastery
Phone: 707-964-4606
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Spiritual Director: Cindy Mettika Hoffman  Email  (Phone: 707-964-4606)
Main Contact: Cindy Mettika Hoffman  Email  (Phone: 707-964-4606)
webmaster: John Gilmore  Email  (Phone: 707-964-4038)
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Weekly teaching and meditation. Workshops, books, recordings, and other Buddhist resources for the northern California coast.

Weekly Events

Sangha Meeting

Every Monday

7:00-8:30 p.m.

On the third Monday of each month, April through December, a senior monk from Abhayagiri Monastery visits to  teach, guide meditation, and answer questions.

On other Mondays the teaching is a recorded talk usually by a monk associated with the Monastery followed by meditation and discussion with tea.

All are welcome—the teachings are helpful to both beginners and longtime practitioners. Cushions, blankets, stools, and chairs are provided. There is no charge, though donations are always appreciated.

Guided Meditation

Every Wednesday

8:00-9:00 a.m.

Open to all: experienced, beginners, those with beginners mind, those with religion, those without, those unsure.

Each session includes instruction in basic meditation techniques and time for questions and answers. To sustain continuity of practice, participants are asked to commit to attend at least six consecutive sessions.

Freewill donations are accepted for use of the Hall.

The guide, Cindy Mettika Hoffman, was ordained as a lay minister in the Thai Forest Tradition of Buddhism at Abhayagiri Monastery. She was also given authorization to teach meditation by Spirit Rock Meditation Center.

Threefold Lotus Kwoon

Address: 189 CR 455  Shannon MS 38868
Tradition: Mahayana, Nagarjuna, Vassubandhu, Chih-Che, Saicho, Miao-Lo, Nichiren
Affiliation: Quantum Life Buddhism
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Spiritual Director: Sifu Sylvain Chamberlain-Nyudo  Email  
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As we have recently moved from our downtown Tupelo building to a 15 acre parcel in rural Old Union area just north of Shannon, MS, we are currently operating out of our residence as we build our new temple.

We can take appointments for those in need of practice and guidance. Please email to

For our intended schedule of classes and the teachings we provide, please see our main website at

Please also research our resources for study and practice at the main site  where also a brief description of the school and mission statement.

Thu Vien Phat Giao .ORG

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Thu Vien Phat Giao is an online Buddhism media library for Buddhism teaching materials in the form of Videos, Audios, and Photos. Thu Viện Phật Giáo là một ...

Thubten Norbu Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center

Address: 149 E. Alameda St   Santa Fe NM 87501
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
Phone: (505) 660-7056
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Director: Rowena Mayer  
Teacher: Don Handrick  
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Thubten Norbu Ling is a Tibetan Buddhist study group which offers teachings in the lineage of Lama Je Tsongkhapa (1357-1419) and his followers, the fourteen Dalai Lamas of Tibet. Our name, Thubten Norbu Ling, is Tibetan for "Land of the Jewel of the Buddhas Teachings." We are associated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition, a worldwide organization with over 130 centers. Lama Thubten Zopa is the Spiritual Director of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition.

Tibet Lama Dawa

Address: 9452 Dewey Dr., Garden Grove   Garden Grove 92841
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan Karma Kagyu
Phone: 714 369 0702
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Teacher: Lama Dawa  
Main Contact: Victoria  Email  (Phone: 714 369 0702)
Spiritual Director: Lama Dawa  Email  (Phone: 510 604 9177)
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Invitation to TIBETAN LAMA DAWA Dharma Teaching:

We need to develop Compassion and Wisdom to get the enlightenment. Lama Dawa performs Buddha Dharma Teaching in English, Tibetan, and Vietnamese, every Saturday & Sunday: 1 PM - 3 PM  

Address: Light of Buddha Temple: 9452 Dewey Dr., Garden Grove, USACA 92841, USA. (Please park on Gilbert Street)

Subject: Blessing Ceremony and Initiation, Dharma teaching and Practice praying Medicine , Buddha, Green Tara, Chenrezig, SakyaMuni Buddha, Yellow Zambala, Amitaba Buddha

Loppon Lama Dawa is a Karma Kagyu Lineage holder born in Kham, eastern Tibet. His root guru is Vajradhara Tai Situpa Rinpoche. Tai Situpa Rinpoche is one of the highest ranking Lama of the Karma Kagyu Lineages of tulkus (reincarnated Lamas) in the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism and was instrumental in recognizing Ogyen Trinley Dorje (H.H. Karmapa 17th). As a youth, Lama Dawa lived at the first Kalu Rinpoche's monastery. He then lived at Tai Situpa Rinpoche's monastery, Palpang Sherab Ling, for 22 years. During this time he studied Buddhadharma for 22 years, and completed his three-year retreat. In 1998, Lama was asked to come to the Bodhisattva Institute, one of Kalu Rinpoche's dharma centers, in Tucson, Arizona. A few years later, Lama opened a meditation center called Chokor Ling on the outskirts of Tucson. Currently, Lama is the Director of The Nimbus Compassion Foundation based in Orange County, California. Lama speaks fluent Tibetan, Chinese and English and has regular dharma activities in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Tibet as well as in Los Angeles county and Orange County, California . Lama Dawa earned the Khenpo title equivalent of a PhD in Buddhism. He is qualified to teach Phowa to help people to go to the Pure Land fast in one life. He is available to give prayers and Empowerment blessings to individuals and families, Lama Dawa can be reached at 510.604.9177
or call Victoria: (714) 369 0702 Moi Thuyet Giang Phat Pháp
Hien cu ngu tai Hoa Ky tu năm 1998, Tien Si Phat hoc Lama Dawa đen Little Saigon đe ban pháp cho Phat tu nguoi Viet dành cho cong đong. Đai Su Lama DAWA thuc ve dòng Truyen thua KARMA KAGYU là mot trong nhung dòng truyen thua chính cua nhánh Kagyu. Ngài Karmapa đoi thu 17 hien nay là Pháp Vuong dòng truyen thua Karma Kagyu.
Kagyu là dòng Khau Truyen (hoc có khi còn đuoc gio là Nhĩ Truyen), 

Kính moi phat tu đen tham du buoi giang Phat pháp hàng tuan Đai Su Lama Dawa voi phan thông dich tieng Vite chùa Phat Quang. Có Sách Kinh tieng Anh & Viet.

Thoi gian: Moi Thu 7 và chu nhat: 1 PM - 3 PM 
Đia điem: Chùa Phat Quang 9452 Dewey Dr., Garden Grove, CA 92841, USA

Lama Dawa giang day, tung kinh, Thuyet giang ve:
* Đuc Phat Duoc Su Luu Ly,
* Đuc Luc Đo Mau đe tránh nan và gap may man
· Đuc Than Tài Yellow Zambala
* Đuc Bach Đo Mau Truong Tho,
* Đuc Quan The Âm Bo Tát,
* Đuc Kim Cang Tát Đóa, Sám Hoi Kim Cang Tát Đoa và Thanh Tinh Hóa Nghiep,
* Hành trì quán tuong Kim Cang Tát Đoa,
* Đuc Pho Hien Bo Tát,  
* Đuc Thích Ca Mâu Ni Phat,
* Thuyet giang ve Đuc Phat A Di Đà.
* Thuc tap quán tuong Đuc Phat A Di Đà,
* Gioi Thieu ve pháp tu siêu viet Phowa (Phowa giúp di chuyen than thuc đuoc chuyen vào cõi Tây Phuong Cuc Lac khi chet, vào lúc Lâm Chung)

* và ban Le Quán Đnh , ban phep lanh, may man, giai tru nghiep chuong theo su thinh cau ca Phat Tu.

Thoi gian: Moi Thu 7 và chu nhat: 1 PM - 3 PM -  

Điađiem: Chùa Phat Quang 9452 Dewey Dr., Garden Grove, CA 92841, USA

​Lien Lac: Tinh Dung (714) 369 0702 

Tibetan Aid Project

Address: 2210 Harold Way   Berkeley CA 94704
Tradition: Vajrayana
Phone: 510.848.4238 or 800.338.4238
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Main Contact: Rosalyn White, Executive Director  Email  (Phone: 510-848-4238)
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Tibetan Aid Project rebuilds, preserves, strengthens, and perpetuates Tibet’s cultural and spiritual heritage for the benefit of the Tibetan people and all humanity.


Our primary program:

  • Funding the production, shipment, and distribution of sacred texts, art, and prayer wheels for donation to institutions and individuals in the Himalayan region.

Other program activities:

  • Sponsoring ceremonies important to sustaining the lineages of all Tibetan Buddhist schools.
  • Providing financial support for monastic centers, lamas, monks, nuns, and lay people.
  • Promoting awareness of Tibet\\\'s heritage in the West through publications, presentations, exhibits, and the production and sale of culturally significant items.

Tibetan Gelug Society Of Denver

Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa, Non-NKT
Main Contact: Sempa Dachen  Email  
Spiritual Director: H.H. 14th Dalai Lama  
Teacher: Tenzin Senge  
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Daily meditation 4:00am to 6:00am

                        5:00pm to 7:15pm

This is a grass root sangha in the heart of Denver, CO. Consisting of two monks from the lineage of H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama. We are a non-NKT sangha. As a quiet sangha we have only basic needs. Please feel free to contact us via email until we become established. Our website will be up soon.


Tenzin Senge -email

Tibetan Language Institute

Address: P.O. Box 2037  Hamilton MT 59840
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: Independent
Phone: 406/ 961-5131
Fax: 406/ 961-0031
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Teacher: Lama David Curtis  
Spiritual Director: Lama David Curtis  Email  (Phone: 406/ 961-5131)
Notes and Events:

Learning materials and instruction for Tibetan language and Tibetan Buddhism 

Timpanogos Mountain Buddhist Hermitage

Address: 9091 Mill Creek Cove   Cedar Hills UT 84062
Tradition: Theravada, Following the lineage of Forest Monk tradition spearheaded by the late Phra Ajhan Chah of Wat PaPhong, Ubon, Thailand.
Affiliation: Monastere Bodhinyanarama, Tournon sur Rhones, France
Phone: (801) 785-5757
Fax: (801) 785-5757
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Main Contact: Dr. Thuan Tran, JD, PharmD  Email  (Phone: (801)785-5757)
Teacher: Phra Ajhan Bodhinyanadharo Maha Thera  
Notes and Events:

During the Sangkhakam period (July thru October) the resident head master will conduct meditation session, an all-night meditation practice on half-moon and full moon days. Students are required to take the eight precepts on the practice days and stay overnight at the hermitage.

Tinh Tam Buddhist Meditation Temple

Address: 1602 Lane Street. Kannapolis   NC
Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese, but all are welcome!
Phone: 203-524-5527
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Teacher: Abbot, Bhikku Thich Tam Khanh.  
Notes and Events:

The temple holds services every Sunday, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Services include Sutra chanting and meditation, as well as a message from the abbot.

To meditate is to try to understand the nature of the mind and to use it effectively in daily lives,” Thi Thi says. “The mind is the key to happiness and also the key to suffering.”

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