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Paul F.


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

April 13, 2014

How can we support you in developing your practice and sangha?

Since much of my practice is with online sanghas through video chat and forums, Ive been craving a local one to sit with in person. The dharma punx mentality seems to hook me more than other sanghas that I've checked out. Even though I learn something from most Buddhist groups, I still often feel like an outsider. I really enjoyed the previous O.A.T.S. about death and vulnerability. It was refreshing to hear about death cafes, coffins and skulls within the context of Buddhist practice. I would definitely be interested in checking out the Oakland Death Cafe and meditate in Mountain View Cemetery as suggested for a group outing.

Can you juggle mindfully?

*bows* then watches all the balls hit the floor


Queer Buddhist/Aging Goth. Work as a sign painter, but also an intern to a Tibetan thangka painter/contemporary­ artist. Currently involved with two online sanghas: Dzongsar Khyentse's Dharma Das and Buddhist Geeks

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