Mystic Journey Retreat Center
The center offers a small, self-contained cottage set in a quiet wooded area of pristine beauty. It provides the physical space and external silence necessary for experienced meditators or serious beginners desiring to do intensive, solitary sitting practice.
Arizona Community of Buddhists
Our focus is on community volunteer service work.
address: PO Box 6035, Chandler,
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, has always been a special place of healing. Long before throngs of people began coming in the 1800s for an assortment of mineral water cures, Native Americans were here performing spiritual ceremonies. Devachan Temple is a place of refuge where Buddhist students can come for retreats of any duration. The five
Arya Marga Foundation
Arya Marga Foundation (AMF) was founded for the purpose of extending the scope of Buddhist education beyond the walls of the temple and meditation hall. Its activities combine traditional religious practices with ethical, environmental, and spiritual concerns. At present AMF sponsors
DharmaNet International is a central clearinghouse for Buddhist information resources around the world, both on-line and off-line. It is organized to promote and support Buddhist organizations and practitioners in whatever ways it can and to find uses for technology that make Buddhist teachings and practice freely and widely accessible. DharmaNet is committed
Occidental Sitting Group
This is primarily a local sitting group. Members meet one morning a week for two rounds each of sitting and walking meditation and a short dharma talk or discussion. Occasional guest teachers and daylong sittings. The leader is Bruce Fortin, a Zen priest ordained in 1976 at San Francisco Zen Center. The group’s orientation is Zen and Vipassana.
The Buddhist/Christian Contemplative Group
This is an attempt to create a time and place where Buddhists and Christians committed to contemplative practice can come together to meditate on a weekly basis. There is a common liturgy and readings from both traditions,
The Naropa Institute is a private, nonprofit liberal arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the arts, social sciences, and humanities. Founded by the late Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, the institute is nonsectarian and characterized
Meditation Center at St. John’s on-the-Green
The purpose of our small sangha is to introduce all who come here to a variety of ways to create health, wholeness, and healing in their lives. The present format is zazen followed by a video and/or discussion. Sometimes we offer Tai Chi or yoga before the sitting, depending on availability of a teacher. Some of our sangha members
Pentagon Meditation Club
The Pentagon Meditation Club is a nondenominational, nonprofit, private association of Department of Defense employees, their families, and non-De - fense friends committed to the practice, exploration, and study of the effects of meditation, prayer, and positive thought. Our primary goal is to provide an opportunity for people to meditate in the Pentagon
Avalokiteshvara Buddhist Study Center
World-renowned Tibetan lamas and Zen masters teach participants the Buddhist doctrines and various meditative methods of Mahayana Buddhism (Sutrayana, Vajrayana, Rinzai, Pure Land, etc.). Includes Tibetan and Vietnamese Buddhist traditions.
address: 7550 Southwest 82nd Court, Miami, FL 33143-3818 phone: (305) 271-6361 FAX: (305) 271-9151 e-mail: