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Buddhadharma : Fall 2015
86 buDDhaDharma: the practitioner’s quarterly fall 2 0 1 5 dharma dicTionary dharma dicTionary copper beech institute 303 Tunxis Rd, west Hart- ford, CT 06107. (860) 790-9750, info@copperbeechin- stitute.org, copperbeechinstitute.org ❖ Connecticut’s premier retreat center for mindfulness and contemplative practice offering 40+ retreat programs. Beautiful monas- tery campus with 48 wooded acres 90 minutes north of NyC. Farm-to-table meals, comfortable accommodations. Day and evening meditation groups. Stone labyrinth open daily. All are welcome. Dai bosatsu zenDo kongo-ji 223 Beecher lake Rd, livingston Manor, Ny 12758. (845) 439-4566, office@ daibosatsu.org, www.zenstudies.org/daibosatsuzendo.html ❖ Beautiful mountain setting. Residential practice: two training periods per year, shorter interim stays. Sesshin, programs, introductory weekends. Shinge Roshi, Abbot. DelaWare valley zen center PO Box 240, Newark, DE 19714-7837. (302) 533-8819, email@example.com, www.dvzc.org ❖ Clear teaching, clear mind. Please join us for regularly scheduled practice and retreats. A Kwan Um School Zen Center. Dharma Drum retreat center 184 Quannacut Rd, Pine Bush, Ny 12566. (845) 744-8114, Fax (845) 744- 8483, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.dharmadrumre- treat.org ❖ A center for Chan Buddhist practice and study in the lineage of Master Sheng yen. Meditation retreats & activities suitable for beginners to advanced practitioners. weekly activities. Volunteer opportunities. Drikung meDitation center & jokhang institute 15 Bartlett Ave, Arlington, MA 02476. (339)368-5740, email@example.com, www.drikungboston.org, www.jokhang.org ❖ Meditation center and pilgrimage site in the Boston area. A branch of Tibet’s Katsel monastery which features the US Jowo Rinpoche statue. e-vam institute 38-28 32nd St, long Island City, Ny 11101. (718) 472-2980, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.evam. org ❖ Founded by Traleg KyabgonRinpoche. Providing non-sectarian education across numerous traditions with a special focus on the Kagyu-Nyingma lineages. heart circle sangha 451 Hillcrest Rd, Ridgewood, NJ 07450. (877) 442-7936, information@heartcircle- sangha.org, www.heartcirclesangha.org ❖ Zen meditation, beginning instruction, koan and precepts study, retreats. Rev. Joan Hogetsu Hoeberichts, Roshi. white Plum Asangha Soto-Rinzai lineage. insight meDitation society - the forest refuge 1230 Pleasant St, Barre, MA 01005. (978) 355-2063, email@example.com, www.dharma.org ❖ IMS’s Forest Refuge offers experienced insight meditators a tranquil environment for longer-term personal retreat with guidance from senior teachers. insight meDitation society - the retreat center 1230 Pleasant St, Barre, MA 01005. (978) 355-4378, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.dharma.org ❖ IMS’s Retreat Center courses offer guidance and practice in insight and lovingkindness meditations from leading vipassana teachers. All welcome. karma triyana Dharmachakra 335 Meads Mountain Rd, woodstock, Ny 12498. (845) 679-5906, email@example.com, www.kagyu.org ❖ The North American seat of His Holiness the Gyalwa Karmapa, beautifully situ- ated in the Catskill Mountains, offers traditional Karma Kagyu Tibetan Buddhist teachings, practice retreats, con- temporary programs, meditation instruction and personal retreats. Magnificent shrine hall, resident Tibetan lamas, accommodations with three vegetarian meals daily. kunzang palchen ling 37 Pinewood lane, Red Hook, Ny 12571. (845) 757-5571, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.kunzang.org ❖ Tibetan Buddhist center support- ing all traditions and in particular the terma tradition of Barway Dorje. ligmincha institute at serenity riDge 554 Drumheller ln, Shipman, VA 22971. (434) 263-6304, email@example.com www.SerenityRidge.ligmincha.org, www.ligminchaStore.org. ❖ Teachings from the Bön Bud- dhist tradition of Tibet, geshe Tenzin wangyal Rinpoche, Director: dzogchen, tsa lung, trul khor (Tibetan yoga), dream yoga, five elements, and sound practices. Jakusho Kwong, Abbot Soto Zen Lineage of Shunryu Suzuki-roshi resident training monthly sesshins guest resident practice solo retreats workshops daily meditation rural country setting Genjo-ji 6367 Sonoma Mountain Road Santa Rosa, CA 95404 707.545.8105 firstname.lastname@example.org www.smzc.net SONOMA MOUNTAIN ZEN CENTER southern Dharma retreat center 1661 west Rd, Hot Springs, NC 28743. (828) 622-7112, southernd- email@example.com, www.shoutherndharma.org ❖ Affordable, teacher-led, silent retreats for all levels of ex- perience in various Buddhist traditions. Spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain setting. Schedule and registration online. south floriDa zen center 7110 Sw 182nd way, Southwest Ranches, Fl 33331. (954) 263-4653, south- firstname.lastname@example.org, www.southfloridazen.org ❖ Clear teaching, clear mind. Please join us for regularly scheduled practice and retreats. A Kwan Um School Zen Center. northeast american buDDhist shim gum Do assoc 203 Chestnut Hill Ave, Brighton, MA 02135. (617) 787- 1506, Fax: (617) 787-2708, email@example.com, www. shimgumdo.org ❖ Shim Gum Do - Mind Sword Path; Zen meditation and martial art training. Ongoing classes and residential programs available. barre center for buDDhist stuDies 149 lock- wood Rd, Barre, MA 01005. (978) 355-2347, bcbs@ dharma.org, www.bcbsdharma.org ❖ Residential and online courses combining study, discussion, and medita- tion for strengthening sangha, supporting curiosity, and expanding and deepening personal practice. blue mountain lotus society 6496 Jonestown Rd, Harrisburg, PA 17112. (717) 671-5057; houseofmedita- firstname.lastname@example.org; www.bmls.org ❖ The Blue Mountain lotus Society is devoted to sharing the universal teachings of the Buddha in the 21st century. Director, Sensei Anthony Stultz. bounDless Way zen 1030 Pleasant St, worcester, MA 01602. (508) 792-5189, email@example.com, www.boundlesswayzen.org ❖ Throughout New England. Shikantaza, koan practice, sesshins, dokusan, family and introductory workshops. Teachers: James Ford, Melissa Blacker, David Rynick, and Josh Bartok. buDDhist faith felloW of connecticut Mansfield Freeman Center of East Asian Studies, wesleyan Univer- sity, Middletown, CT. (860) 529-2933, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bffct.org ❖ Founded in 2001, this community offers Sunday morning practice, retreats, meditation instruction, courses, teaching program, children’s programs, 12 Step group & prison sangha. cambriDge insight meDitation center 331 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139. (617) 441-9038, www.cambridgeinsight.org ❖ Vipassana. guiding teachers: larry Rosenberg, Narayan liebenson grady, Michael grady. Dedicated to integrating meditation practice and wisdom into daily life. cambriDge zen center 199 Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02139. (617) 576-3229, email@example.com, www.cambridgezen.com ❖ guiding teacher Jane Dobisz. Daily meditation, weekly talks, monthly retreats. Resi- dential and guest stays, community dinners. A Kwan Um School Zen Center. cape coD zen center 169 N Main St, South yarmouth, MA 02664. (508) 760-1814, capecodzencen- firstname.lastname@example.org, www.capecodzen.com ❖ Clear teaching, clear mind. Please join us for regularly scheduled practice and retreats. A Kwan Um School Zen Center. chogye international zen center of neW york 400 E 14th St, Apt 2E, NEw york, Ny 10009. (212) 353-0461, email@example.com, www. chogyezencenter.org ❖ Daily practice, regularly scheduled retreats, talks, interviews, introduction classes. A Kwan Um School Zen Center. common nature 32 Derbyshire ln, Temple, NH 03084. (603) 654-2523, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.commonnatureweb.org ❖ weekly meditation. Retreats. Shamatha, Vipassana, eclectic, MBSR. Develop- ing education models for our mindful, compassionate well-being and interdependence with everything. wholis- tic, contemplative, ethical, wisdom foundations. Beautiful sanctuary hill farm 1 1/2 hrs. to Boston. Seeking part- ners, members, school/eco-community explorations.