Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

Seattle
Washington

Clear Mountain’s first monastic, Venerable Nisabho, currently lives on the quiet periphery of the Seattle, going for alms most mornings at the Pike Place Market. On Saturday mornings, those interested gather at Saint Mark’s Cathedral for meditation and teaching. Another member of the Clear Mountain community, Ajahn Kovilo, contributes remotely for the time being and stays in the Seattle area during the winter and summer.

White Salmon
WA

In the hills above White Salmon and Bingen on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge, is the home of a small group of Theravada Buddhist monks. The Pacific Hermitage is a branch of Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery in Redwood Valley, California. Established in the summer of 2010 on five acres of leased land, the Hermitage is a place of solitude for these monks who devote their lives to meditation and simple living.

Seattle
WA

It is the mission of the Metta Foundation to foster the convergence of wisdom born of traditional meditative stillness and compassion born of human encounter. The website hosts on-line "Insight Dialogues".

Kent
WA

Myanmar Buddhist monastery.

Woodinville
WA

The Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery (ABM) was launched January 18, 1998 by the Thai and American Buddhist community of Washington state. The ABM was certified as a "not-for-profit" corporation of the State of Washington on 22 April 1998. ABM is established with the goal of promoting authentic, classic Buddhist teaching in an open and friendly spirit.

Bellingham
WA

Bellingham Insight Meditation Society (BIMS) supports meditation and practice in the Buddhist Theravada tradition.


Castle Rock
WA

Cloud Mountain Retreat Center is a non-sectarian Buddhist center hosting residential retreats year round.

 

Seattle
Washington

The Seattle Insight Meditation Society (SIMS) is a non-profit organization devoted to offering the Buddha's teachings on insight and awareness to all those who seek them. Founded by a group of longtime practitioners of the dharma, or teachings of the Buddha, SIMS intends to create and nurture an open and cohesive spiritual community, or sangha, to support the practice of mindfulness in daily life.