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Koyasan Buddhist Temple

Address: 342 East 1st Street   Los Angeles CA 90012
Tradition: Mahayana, Shingon Buddhism
Affiliation: Koyasan Shingon-shu, Japan
Phone: (213) 624-1267
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Main Contact: Rev. Keishin Kako, Rev. Koo Kanai, Rev. Ryuzen Hayashi  
Spiritual Director: Bishop Emeritus Taisen Miyata  
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The Koyasan Buddhist Temple, officially known as "Koyasan Beikoku Betsuin" of Los Angeles, is located in Little Tokyo area near the Civic Center. The Temple belongs to the Koyasan Shingon Mission founded by Kobo-Daishi (774-835 A.D.) and refers to one of the Mahayana Buddhist Schools. The Temple serves as the Koyasan Shingon Mission headquarters for the mainland United States.

Our temple follows Shingon Buddhism, a Vajrayana Buddhist sect that was established by Kobo Daishi (Kukai) at the beginning of the Heian period (9th century) in Japan. This form of Buddhism is also known in Japanese as "mikkyo" (secret teaching) and is one of several streams of practice within the Mahayana Buddhist tradition The word \\\'shingon\\\' means "true words". According to the teachings, enlightenment is not a distant reality that takes eternity to approach but a real possibility within this very life, based on the spiritual potential of every living being.

Koyasan Seizanji Temple

Address: 301 Eastern Valley Way, Middle Cove, NSW 2068   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Koyasan Shingonshu Koyasan Shingonshu(one word) (Japanese Tantric Esoteric Buddism)
Affiliation: Koyasan Shingon Mission of Australia - Seizanji Temple
Phone: (02) 9417 6555
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Founder: Kobo Daishi Kukai  
Spiritual Head: Rev. Washo Saito  
Main Contact: Rev. William Washo Saito  Email  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Washo Saito  
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Shingon Mikkyo 
Shingon (Mantra), Mikkyo(Esoteric) is a form of Tantric Buddhism introduced to Japan 1300 years ago Kobo Daishi Kukai, who was the only student to acquire all of the teachings of his master Hui Kuo. Since then it has remained an unbroken lineage of teacher and student relationships. Its goal is lo realize enlightenment in this lifetime and lead a productive and benevolent life. Shingon Mikkyo is also known for its healing tradition called Kaji, which is the transference of the Buddha’s grace instilling a sacred peace of mind and increasing ones life force.

Washo Saito is the only Shingon Buddhist Abbot living in Australia and has been teaching Shingon Meditation (Ajikan and Gachirinkan) for a number of years.

Ajikan Meditation
Ajikan is a meditation focusing on the Sanskrit "A" syllable and Gachirinkan a meditation that focuses on the moon. Its benefits include relief from stress and anxiety and attainment of a peaceful mind. This practice is not difficult and requires around 15 minutes a day for beginners. Rev. Washo Saito’s teacher, Rev. Keisho Nagao, before retiring was second in charge of Koyasan Shingon headquarters in Japan.

Meditation Sessions
Sessions are held each Saturday at 11:15am-12:15 pm at The Buddhist Council of NSW headquarters, Level 1, 441 Pacific Highway Crows Nest, ph: (02) 99668893

Practitioners are required to bring a cash donation of their own choosing for the Buddhist Council.

Ksitigarbha Tibetan Buddhist Center

Address: 118 Este Es, Taos   NM
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelupa lineage of His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (575) 751 1007
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Spiritual Director: Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
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Location: Suite f, in Diamond Plaza (across from George\\\'s woodworks)
Taos, New Mexico

We offer regular meditations Tuesday evenings, 6:00-7:00 PM, and teachings Thursday evenings, 6:00-8:00 PM, in addition to other events. Our doors are open to everyone regardless of level of experience with Buddhism. There is no charge to participate.

Kuan Yin Buddhist Temple / Buddha Heart Meditation Center

Address: 465 Jaboneros Street   Binondo Manila 1006
Tradition: Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana, Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Dharma Wheel Buddhist Learning Center
Phone: 09267232550
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Main Contact: Rev.Master Co  Email  (Phone: 09267232550)
Teacher: Rev. Master Co  
Spiritual Director: H.E Ven.Master Hsien Tiak  Email  
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Welcome to Philippine Kuan Yin Buddhist Temple

We offer free Buddhist chanting and meditation class , vegetarian cooking lesson , Buddhist ritual and healing lesson free of charged.

We also offer prayer and blessing for departed one. 

Please do fell free to visit or contact us at :

Kuan Yin Tong / Lotus Charity Center

Address: 150 N. Domingo St., Cubao, Quezon City   1111
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: +632-7267696
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Spiritual Director: Bikshuni Shi Heng Ji  (Phone: +632-7267696)
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This is a monastic residence for Bhikshunis/Nuns and not generally open to the public except on Sundays for free clinic and dispensary, and the 1st & 15th of the lunar month Dharma assemblies in Hokkien. Please call ahead of time if one wants to visit on other days. 

Kundrolling--The Dzogchen Community in New York

Address: 151 West 30th Street, 4th Fl. New York, NY 10001  Midtown Manhattan NY 10001
Tradition: Vajrayana, Dzogchen, atiyoga. Tibetan
Affiliation: Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche
Phone: (212) 564-1024
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We are the students of Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche. He is one of the greatest living teachers of the pinnacle of Tibetan Buddhist Vajrayana teachings, Dzogchen.

We have a rich and varied schedule of events, including group practices, authentic Tibetan Buddhist Yantra Yoga, and weekend practice retreats with qualified teachers in the Dzogchen Community. 

In addition, one can attend the teachings and transmission of Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche at our center via live video webcast. For schedules and more information, please visit and please visit the website of the main North American center in our community,

Kunsang Yeshe Retreat Centre

Address: Escarpments Estate, 33   Katoomba NSW 2780
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: 02 4782 9308
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Main Contact: Venerable Tencho  
Spiritual Director: Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
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For inquiries about classes or events, contact the Spiritual Program Co-ordinator
email:    Mobile: 0400 711 983

Starting on Wednesday the 22nd of November the weekly meditation class and weekly dharma classes will no longer be run at 137 Narrowneck Road, Katoomba – we will be running all weekly meditation and dharma classes at ‘Escarpments Estate

’Just a 2 minute drive from the Centre in Narrowneck road. We look forward to seeing you! 

Kwan Siang Tng Buddhist Temple VIPASSANA KUSALA ARAMA

Address: 70 Lowland Rd Singapore 547460  
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 62821051
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Spiritual Director: late upasaka pu rem  
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Chinese Mahayana chantings free funeral chantings and regular chinese chantings with charity to old folks and other dharma temple has statues of Lord Sakyamuni BUddha and Chunti Bodhisattva and Sudhana.Sangha monks and nuns gives dharma talks Wesak day celebrations and management committee celebrates chunti bodhisattva birthdays.

Kwan Um Zen School

Address: Cogels Osylei 20  Berchem Antwerpen 2600
Tradition: Mahayana, Bon-Yo Do-An
Affiliation: Kwan Um School of Zen
Phone: 0496 38 14 13
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The Kwan Um School of Zen is an international organization of more than a hundred centers and groups founded by Zen Master Seung Sahn, the first Korean Zen Master to live and teach in the West.  The Schools purpose is to make this practice of Zen Buddhism available to an increasing number of students throughout the world.

The heart of the Kwan Um School of Zen is the daily practice that goes on in its Zen centers and groups, which are spread throughout Europe, North and South America, and Asia.  Students and visitors eat together, work together and meditate together, gradually attaining a clear compassionate mind which moment to moment is able to help all beings.

We offer training in Zen meditation through practical instruction, daily morning and evening practice, public talks, teaching interviews, sittings, retreats and workshops.  Our programs are open to anyone regardless of previous experience and are often offered at no cost.

The founding teacher of our School was Zen Master Seung Sahn, the 78th Patriarch in his line of transmission in the Chogye order of Korean Buddhism.  In 1972 he came to the USA and started the Providence Zen Center, the first in what is now the Kwan Um School of Zen.  He and his students have founded over a hundred temples, centers and groups around the world.

Zen Master Seung Sahn gave transmission to Zen Masters and inka (teaching authority) to senior students called Ji Do Poep Sa Nims or Dharma Masters.  He died on 30th November 2004.

Kwan Yin Chan Lin

Address: 21 lor 25 Geylang Singapore 388299  
Tradition: Mahayana, Chan/Zen
Phone: 63920265
Fax: 63924256
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Spiritual Director: Ven Chi Boon  
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KYCL Story

Kwan Yin Chan Lin Zen Centre (KYCL) was founded by Venerable Chi Boon in 1991. Its objective is to spread the Buddha’s true teaching so that we may attain our true selves and help all sentient beings to relieve from suffering. By practicing the correct meditation, we can find the correct direction of our lives and attain our true nature. We can also clearly perceive our correct situation, relationship and function at every moment, live in wisdom and compassion, to help our families, our friends, our country and this whole world to gain peace and happiness.

The name of our Zen Centre, “Kwan Yin Chan Lin”, carries a deep meaning. “Kwan” means to perceive and “Yin” means the sound of the world. “Kwan Yin” (in Korean, “Kwan Um”) means to perceive the sound within us, to remove our ignorance, attachment and incorrect mindset, and to practice the correct path. In addition, we should also perceive the sound of all sentient beings and help them to relieve from suffering and gain happiness. “Chan”, which is the Chinese word for Zen, represents simple and pure life. At present days, our lives are becoming more and more complicated, and many sufferings are made as a consequence. Zen practice can help us return to simple life and let our minds return to peace, tranquility, holiness and freedom. “Lin” means many tree. The many trees that make up a forest give it strength, and cannot be blown away by strong wind. “Chan Lin” represents many people practicing together so we can help each other and give each other strength to fulfil the great Buddhist vow.

L.A. Dzogchen Community

Address: Glendale Civic Auditorium 1401 N. Verdugo Road   Glendale CA 91208
Tradition: Dzogchen
Affiliation: Dzogchen Community West Coast
Phone: (323) 696-0108
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Spiritual Director: Chogyal Namkhai Norbu  
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Ten-zhi Lus-kyi Geg-sel 
(Tib. rten-gzhi-lus-kyi gegs-sel)
For Freeing Illnesses of the Body
From the Dzogchen Upadesha Nyingthig Yazhi Vol 2062:

La Sangha Meditation Retreat House

Address: Loma de la Purisima  San Miguel de Allende Guanajuato 37700
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Mixed, Vipassana, Zen
Fax: 52 415 1559284
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Main Contact: Heidi Testa  Email  (Phone: 52 415 1559291)

Labsum Gomdrub Ling International Buddhist Insitute

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s new vision for the future of Buddhist study and practice…

Labsum Gomdrub Ling, “The Institute for Cultivating the Three Higher Trainings”, is an international Buddhist institute currently in development, which will bring all the Buddhist traditions of the world together, in India the land of the Buddha.

Under expert guidance from His Holiness the Dalai Lama (LGL’s Patron) and other great scholars, this vision is being developed into a comprehensive curriculum, which will:

·         Build a bridge between all Buddhist traditions and nationalities

·         Offer in-depth, intensive intermediate and advanced-level study and practice of all the Buddhist traditions, initially in four root Buddhist language mediums - Tibetan, Chinese, Sanskrit and Pali - as well as English, and eventually in other traditions, such as Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, etc
·         Explore the relationship between Buddhism and science, health, psychology, and other religious and philosophical traditions         
·         Create a truly non-sectarian approach, returning to the texts common to all schools of Buddhism: the Buddha’s own words (sutras) and the original Indian commentaries (shastras)
·         Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Nalanda Buddhist University, using  tools of logic and reasoning to critically examine the teachings and stimulate open debate, questioning and deeper learning
·         Be delivered from a modern perspective, taught by a diverse range of scholars and practitioners, all expert in their field
·         Be set in a comfortable, modern campus designed to meet the needs of international students – nuns, monks, and lay people of all nationalities and traditions.

Your Part in His Holiness the Dalai Lamas Vision...

Currently Labsum Gomdrub Ling is a small, but growing group of international volunteers in need of many more partners, ideas, volunteers and donations to turn His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s vision into reality.

Therefore, Labsum Gomdrub Ling is currently seeking ideas and input from members of the community about all aspects of the institute and invites you to:
1.      Learn more about His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Founding Vision at
2.      Share your ideas about how to best implement that Vision in LGL’s Facebook Discussion Forum -- Your ideas are important and very much appreciated!
3.      Sign up for regular email updates via the LGL Community Email List.
4.      Tell your friends and contacts about LGL (a sample email is available at www.
5.      Please see for information about how to get involved and about urgently needed volunteers and donations. 

As LGL builds a large and diverse community of people, each of whom plays a part in bringing His Holiness’ vision into reality (from offering one idea or one dollar, to offering full-time volunteer service) it’s an exciting time and we hope you’ll join us!

For more information and to join the LGL Email List for regular updates…
Facebook Discussion Forum at: Labsum Gomdrub Ling International Buddhist Community

Lake Champlain Buddhism

Address: Burlington, Vermont   Burlington, St. Albans, & Plattsburgh NY VT 05402
Tradition: Mahayana, Nichiren Buddhism
Affiliation: Soka Gakkai (SGI)
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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 fulfilment but also for the betterment of society.

By chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo with confidence in our innate Buddhahood—or highest human potential—we can dispel self-doubt, challenge our problems courageously and reveal our innate wisdom and compassion. Through chanting, studying Buddhist philosophy and taking action daily for the well-being of others, we can establish a state of profound happiness and make each moment of our lives joyful and meaningful while contributing to peace in our families and community.

Lam Rim Buddhist Center

Address: 70 Colchester Street  Brookline MA 02445
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelug, Tibetan. everyone welcome
Phone: 617 277-8269
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General Director: Linda Mancini  Email  (Phone: 617 277-8269)
Arts Director: Bonwen Fullington  Email  (Phone: 617 244-8836)
Spiritual Director: Lobsang Dorgay  
Teacher: Lobsang Dorgay  
Main Contact: Linda Mancini  Email  (Phone: 617 277-8269)
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The Center shares Buddhist philosophy as practiced in the Tibetan tradition:  All are welcome.  Classes and events as announced.  The Center is placed with Christs Church Longwood. Supporters provide venues and translations. Our resident teacher has never been paid. All work is volunteer, there is no paid staff. Donations are appreciated.

Lobsang Dorgay, Spiritual Director, began his studies at Gaden Monastery in Lhasa, Tibet.  He has kindly taught and profoundly directed us in the LamRim with inspiration and devotion since 1998.  Additionally, we are often honored by the eloquent translations of Pema Tsewang Shastri and by local and international guest teachers. 2008 is our 10th Anniversary Year.

During 2008 - 2009 the Center presents ceremonies and teachings on alternate months, please call or write to join the mailing list, we are building a new website.

The LamRim Buddhist Center, Inc. is a religious and educational organization, a non profit  incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1999.  The Center has continuously provided classes, ceremonies and special events directed for Buddhist and Tibetan cultural appreciation and preservation.

Directions:The Church Center is close to the Longwood Medical area. Closest "T" Transportation is the D Green Line to Longwood station in Brookline, then walk uphill one block. Also there is on-street parking.

Lam Rim centre

Address: Cor. Katjepiering and First Street, Vrededorp,   Johannesburg Gauteng
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa Tibetan Buddhist
Affiliation: Lam Rim
Phone: +2772 147 2794
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Main Contact: Jenny  Email  (Phone: +2772 147 2794)
Teacher: Geshe Pende  
Spiritual Director: the Venerable Geshe Damcho Yonten  
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Meditation - Thursday evenings 19:00
Puja (chanting) Saturdays 11:30
Teachings Sundays 9:00

See for map and more details

Lama Ngedon Drime

Address: 27 Chantry Drive   East Ayton North Yorkshire YO13 9EY
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu and Soto Zen
Phone: 01723 862496
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Lama Ngedon Drime's aim is to promote the benefits of practicing a joint Vegan/ Buddhist lifestyle as a way of developing compassion in action.

Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive

Address: P.O. Box 636 Lincoln MA 01773   MA
Tradition: Vajrayana, His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Affiliation: FPMT Inc.
Fax: 678-868-4806
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Director: Nicholas Ribush  Email  (Phone: 781-259-4466)
Spiritual Director: Lama Zopa Rinpoche  (Phone: 503-808-1588)
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Bringing you the teachings of Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche

The Archive makes Buddhist teachings freely available in many ways, including on our website for instant reading, listening or downloading, and as printed and electronic books.

Our website offers immediate access to thousands of pages of teachings and hundreds of audio recordings by some of the greatest lamas of our time. Our photo gallery and our ever-popular books are also freely accessible there.

You can find out more about the Archive and see all we have to offer by visiting our website at

Lamrim Buddhist Center

Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa Tradition Tibetan
Affiliation: NKT -IKBU
Phone: (319) 541-2886
Teacher: Kelsang Wangden  
Spiritual Director: Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  

Lancaster Serene Reflection Meditation Group

Tradition: Mahayana, Order of Buddhist Contemplatives, Soto Zen
Affiliation: Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey
Phone: (0) 1524 593621
Contact: Kate  (Phone: +44 1524 39918)
Contact: Paul  (Phone: +44 1524 593621)
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The Lancaster Serene Reflection Meditation Group was formed in 1980. We meet on Mondays at 7.30pm at the Friends Meeting House in Lancaster, which is next door to the railway station. The first time you come, one of our experienced members will talk to you about our practice and give you meditation instruction. The style of meditation we practice is called ‘serene reflection meditation’ – we are part of the Soto Zen tradition of Buddhism.

The group is affiliated to The Order of Buddhist Contemplatives. The Order is dedicated to the practice of the Serene Reflection Meditation tradition, known as Ts’ao-Tung Ch’an in China and Sōtō Zen in Japan. The Order was established by Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett to serve as the international umbrella organization for the monasteries, priories (local temples), and meditation groups led by priests of our lineage in Britain, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States. The group has strong connections with Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey, a Zen Buddhist monastery and retreat centre situated in Northumberland - its Abbot is Rev Master Daishin Morgan. Senior members of the monastic community there, regularly visit the group, and also lead short retreats in Lancaster. They are also available on request to give private spiritual counselling to group members.

Land of Comassion Buddha (Singapore) Centre

Address: 27A Lor Bachok Singaapore 387790  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelug
Phone: 94762588
Fax: 67488456
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Teacher: Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Tsephel  
Spiritual Director: HH Dalai Lama  
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Land of Compassion Buddha (Singapore) is a registered Buddhist society in Singapore since 18 March 2002. It is a Tibetan Buddhism Centre that uphold the Gelug tradition and are followers of the spiritual head of Tibetan Buddhism, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. The primary objective of Land of Compassion Buddha (Singapore) is to propagate the profound dharma teaching/practice of Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Tsephel in Singapore, facilitate in organizing Buddhist Talks and Activities so as to bring upon the Buddhism teaching to everyone.

The Centre regularly organized Buddhism practices, such as Praise to 21 Tara prayer, Guru Puja, 1000-armed Avalokiteshvara prayer, Nungdros, White-Tara prayer and animal liberation. All our Dharma activities are under the guidance of Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Tsephel and we follow H H Dalai Lama’s advice exactly for the protector practice.

Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Tsephel visits the centre on a yearly basis, mainly to conduct teaching on the text by Shantideva’s “Guide to A Bodhisattva’s Ways of Life. Rinpoche has also confer numerous empowerments, eg 1000-armed Avalokiteshvara, Tara, Vajrasattva, 35-Buddhas, Medicine Buddha, Lama Tsongkapa & Yamantaka Empowerments. Besides, Rinpoche has lead a number of retreats, eg NyungNay, Medicine Buddha, 35-buddhas Confession, Green Tara and 1000-armed Avalokiteshvara retreats.

Langri Tangpa Centre

Address: 535 Old Cleveland Road   Camp Hill Qld 5152
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (07) 3398 3310
Fax: 07) 3398 3314
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Contact: Miffi Maxmillion  Email  (Phone: (07) 3398 3310)
Main Contact: Director Richard Taylor  Email  (Phone: (07) 3398 3310)
Teacher: Ven. Geshe Tashi Tsering  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
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We offer classes in meditation, yoga, emotional balance, introduction to Buddhism, and regular teachings with touring Tibetan Lamas. Our centre is open to everyone with an interest in making their life happy and meaningful. There is no need to be a Buddhist to benefit from the courses on offer, and we encourage questioning and open dialogue.

Lanka Vipassana Bhavana Centre

Address: 108 Wijerama Mawatha, Colombo 7 
Tradition: Theravada, Mahasi Sayadaw method.
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Teacher: Ven. Pemasiri  
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This centre in Colombo is a residential vipassana retreat centre, open to sincere male and female meditators who are prepared to do intensive retreats. 

Lankarama Buddhist Temple

Address: 35 Oak Street, Schofield NSW, 2762   NSW
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
Affiliation: Sri Lankan Buddhist Vihara Association
Phone: (02) 9627 2594
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Teacher: Venerable Meegahakumbure Dhammagavesi  
Main Contact: President, Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara Association (SLBVA)  (Phone: (02) 9614 5772 0423 367 056)
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Lankarama Vihara is a traditional Theravada Buddhist Temple established in Sydney that promotes Dhamma, the teachings of Buddha in Australia. There are three residing Sri Lankan Buddhist monks regularly conducting Dhamma sermons in Sinhala and English and fulfilling religious requirements of the Buddhist community. It also provide the temporary accommodation to the visiting Banthes. It is situated in a tranquil and serene landscape in Schofields.

Lansing Area Mindfulness Community

Address: Van Hanh Temple 3015 S. Washington Avenue   Lansing, MI MI 48910
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hahn
Affiliation: Community of Mindful Living
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Contact: tara scott  Email  
Contact: Carolyn White  (Phone: 517/351-5866)
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The Lansing Area Mindfulness Community is a sangha of lay practitioners of diverse backgrounds who study the Dharma and practice meditation in the Zen Buddhist tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. All are welcome! 

Meets Wednesdays, 7 - 9 pm.
Flow of practice: 15 minutes of walking meditation. 30 minutes of sitting meditation. Dharma discussion to share readings and experiences about the path of practice.

For weekly study schedule, visit

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