There are no programs at this time
Our community is diverse, capable, and heartfelt. Our members and friends include dedicated senior teachers who have walked the Shambhala Buddhist path for many years, and enthusiastic newcomers who are just discovering our teachings on realizing basic goodness and building enlightened society.
Children and families are welcome to come for meditation instruction or discussion on Wednesdays at 6:30 or 7:45pm or on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. for meditation instruction and/or at 11:00 a.m. for our dharma talk. Childcare is occasionally provided on the 1st Sunday of the month from 9:30-11. If not, we recommend that you bring a quiet project for you child to work on during the instruction or talk. They can sit on a cushion near you or at the back of the meditation room. For more information please contact Nick Goncalves at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 4th—December 25th
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with Susan Piver
May 22nd—May 24th
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with Tyler Thompson & Karen Pearle
Please join us in offering our appreciation of the phenomenal world in the forms that most touch our hearts: sculpture, dance, prose, poetry, video, painting, music, photography, what have you, original or not. Inspiration is the key. Continue »
"In Buddhist meditation practice there is a conviction that we can practice along with our problems. Our inherent wisdom and neurosis are vibrantly linked, and in fact we rely on our neurosis as a means for taming our minds. " Continue »
with Shastri Charlene Leung & Caren Ohlson
Weve inherited a world plagued with social injustices: income inequality, environmental imbalance, racial profiling, sexism, homophobia, to name a few. Understanding how these complex systems operate, let alone doing something about it, can feel overwhel Continue »