A non-profit organization dedicated to educating people in the Dhamma. Founded by Dr Lucinda Green.
The Insight Meditation Community of Colorado (IMC) was founded in 1993 by students of resident teachers at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and the Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. IMC dharma teachers include Lloyd Burton, David Chernikoff, Terry Ray, and Wendy Zerin.
Awakening Truth is a new Theravada training monastery for nuns located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Its guiding teacher, Ajahn Thanasanti Bhikkhuni, hosts regular talks, insight meditation (vipassana) instruction and practice, moonlight vigils, retreats and workshops. All are welcome.
Dharmapunx NYC + Brooklyn is an open, Buddhist community in the Theravadan tradition. Classes are offered without charge, supported by donation only. The following articles are by the community's teacher, Josh Korda.
A loosely-organized group of individuals interested in deepening meditation practice and developing understanding of Buddhist teachings.
Insight Chicago Meditation Community is a Vipassana meditation group active in Chicago since 1997. Our practice is based on mindfulness meditation as taught within the tradition of Theravada Buddhism.
Insight Chicago Meditation Group welcomes both new and old practitioners to sit with us at weekly groups throughout Chicago, to monthly teachings, and to weekend and longer retreats. For help in getting started with Insight Meditation, we offer instruction and readings.
Chicago Buddhist Vihara is a "Theravada" Buddhist temple offering religious services, and wisdom of Dhamma for the buddhists in Chicago Land area.
The Prairie Sangha Network (Prairie Sangha of Champaign-Urbana, Plank Trail Sangha in Park Forest, Insight Chicago, and Peoria Insight Meditation Group) is a community of Buddhist practitioners of Vipassana (also referred to as Theravada, Insight, or Mindfulness Meditation) located in Illinois.
Burmese Buddhist Association at Illinois was founded in 1984 by a few Burmese Buddhist immigrants from Burma. B.B.A. holds several events and celebrations every year.
Vipassana Hawaii was established in Honolulu in 1984 to support the teachings of classical Buddhism and to make them relevant to the issues of our day. Our teachers currently offer weekly guided sittings, classes for old and new students, individual meditation instruction, and weekend, ten-day and three-week retreats.
Located on Maui, the Vipassana Metta Foundation currently conducts regular silent vipassana metta retreats: daylong, weekend, annual two-week (March) and an annual month-long (August). We undertake cultivation of awareness through the traditional practices of generosity, moral conduct, concentration, insight and lovingkindness with the understanding that liberation of the heart brings the greatest happiness which is peace.Our vision includes establishing a small spiritual sanctuary and hermitage for solitary dhamma practice.
The Sandy Springs Insight Meditation Group is for people interested in learning about and practicing Insight (Vipassana) Meditation. We are not a teacher-led group but instead a group of practitioners who meet for group meditations and discussion of our practice. Teachers who practice in the Insight or Vipassana tradition include Sharon Salzburg, Joseph Goldstein, Gil Fronsdal, and Jack Kornfield.
The Georgia Buddhist Vihara is dedicated to the promotion of the Theravada Buddhist teachings through the practice of meditation, study of Buddhist scriptures, dhamma school for children and regular religious ceremonies.
Our weekly sitting group meets every Sunday morning in the comfortable surroundings at dJang sTudios here in Fort Lauderdale.
A silent meditation session begins promptly @ 10:30am and runs for approximately 20 minutes, followed by a short break.
The group continues at 11:00am consisting of a dharma talk (centered on a specific topic of the week) followed by open discussion time and then guided meditation.
We also offer daylong retreats and a six week Insight/Vipassana meditation class for beginners, intermediates and other professional groups.
A non-profit organization formed to support the practice of insight (vipassana) meditation in the Orlando area.
Florida Buddhist Vihara, located in Tampa, Florida was founded in 1999. It is a non-profit religious organization fully dedicated to the practice, promotion and dissemination of Gautama Buddha’s teachings of morality, compassion, kindness, self -control and generosity.
The purpose of the Gainesville Vipassana Society is to support the practice of Vipassana (Insight Meditation) by offering frequent residential retreats and weekly sitting groups.
Schedule of sitting groups, classes and special events, background of teacher Bhante Dhammawansha.
At Wat Florida Dhammaram our mission and purpose is to provide a religious sanctuary to all of those faithful and interested in the teachings of Lord Buddha. Our monastery observes religious functions of the Buddhist calendar and provides daily chanting and meditation practice. All are welcome.