The Buddhist Community at Stanford

Linked with Fumihiko Sueki – Japan.

The Buddhist Community at Stanford is an ecumenical group dedicated to creating a supportive community for Buddhist study and practice. We welcome experienced Buddhists from different traditions as well as people who are exploring. Our activites include daily sitting periods, meditation classes, study groups, visits to local monasteries, Dharma talks, social gatherings, community service and more! (Homepage).

Activities;
Resources;
Links;
Mailing list/newsletter (inside of about):

  • 1. Send an e-mail to subscribe, or to unsubscribe from the BCAS mailing list,
  • 2. The subject line and body is ignored,
  • 3. Make sure the rest of the message is blank;

Contacts.

The Buddhist Study Circle (click on the link inside of Activities): The study circle is structured so that there is practice and study. Beginning with a short and peaceful chant in the beginning, the group then learns from an American Tibetan nun about karma and how it functions in our lives. There are exercises in trying to make the principle come alive in our day-to-day lives. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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