What we're about

Have you ever been interested in going to a Buddhist event in New

York City and not been able to find it?

Or, even worse, heard about it after it happened???

This page will feature the upcoming visits to New York of extraordinary

Buddhist teachers plus interesting classes happening around town and

in the greater New York City metro area (+ a short trip away too).

The calendar on MeetUp will help everyone see what is coming.

Hope you find this helpful!!!

Check out the "Dharma Drink" group to meet other like minded people

informally at the Rubin Museum Lounge on Friday nights.

Upcoming events (4+)

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma
Monday Evening Meditation, Talk, and Discussion and
Every Morning Group Meditation

Monday Dharma Gathering June 22nd, 7-9 PM ET
Understanding Suffering, the First Mark of Existence, on the Buddhist Path of Meditation

Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

This Monday evening we will discuss the readings for Week #1 in the 12-week series, The Path of Meditation, Segment 2, Class #1: Suffering and Other Compelling Facts about Life.

If you do not have the syllabus and readings, email us and they will be emailed to you in pdf format.

From 7-7:30 PM we will meditate.
From 7:30 until approximately 9:00 pm we will discuss the the Buddha's first teaching after his enlightenment - Suffering and how we understand and work with it on the path to awakening.

If you like, you can do the reading for Class #1 from the syllabus of readings or else just come, meditate, listen and discuss.

MONDAY SCHEDULE
7-7:30 PM: Virtual Group Sitting Meditation
7:30 PM - 9PM: Talk & Discussion

A donation of $10/class is suggested, but please give what you can afford.

Donations can be made at www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org/donate

Meditation instruction is available on request. Please email [masked] to schedule.

Talks are recorded and available for viewing on our Facebook page
To sign up for our weekly emails, please go to www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org

Meetings take place on Zoom - https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

Daily Morning Meditation
Monday-Thursday: 8-9:15 & Friday-Sunday: 9-10:15 am
Meditate with us every morning on Zoom!
Join us via Zoom (paste the link given above into your browser)

Morning Meditation schedule is as follows:

Mon - Thurs: 8:00-8:15 am social conversation; 8:15-9:15 am practice.

Fri - Sun: 9:00-9:15 am social conversation; 9:15-10:15 am practice.

Practice includes sitting and walking meditation and tonglen (compassion) practice.

You may enter and leave at any time.

Sessions generally conclude with more social conversation.

If you would like meditation instruction, let the leader know (or email us prior at [masked]) and an instructor will take you into a Zoom “breakout room” and provide it. When you are finished, you will have the option to re-join the main group.

You may enter and leave at any time, but please do so quietly. You will be muted on entry, but you may unmute yourself at will, simply by clicking on the icon of the microphone.

ABOUT THE TEACHER
John Baker has been teaching Buddhist thought and practice at the direction of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970. John co-edited The Myth of Freedom and Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism and co-founded, ran, and has taught extensively at the Karma Dzong Meditation Center in Boulder, Naropa University, Westchester Buddhist Center, and New York Buddha Dharma. He also taught for many years at the New York Shambhala Center and is the author of various articles on Buddhism.

New York Buddha Dharma Center
https://newyorkbuddhadharma.org
Watch our talks on our YouTube Channel

@ newyorkbuddhadharma.org | 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma
Monday Evening Meditation, Talk, and Discussion and
Every Morning Group Meditation

Monday Dharma Gathering June 22nd, 7-9 PM ET
Understanding Suffering, the First Mark of Existence, on the Buddhist Path of Meditation

Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

This Monday evening we will discuss the readings for Week #1 in the 12-week series, The Path of Meditation, Segment 2, Class #1: Suffering and Other Compelling Facts about Life.

If you do not have the syllabus and readings, email us and they will be emailed to you in pdf format.

From 7-7:30 PM we will meditate.
From 7:30 until approximately 9:00 pm we will discuss the the Buddha's first teaching after his enlightenment - Suffering and how we understand and work with it on the path to awakening.

If you like, you can do the reading for Class #1 from the syllabus of readings or else just come, meditate, listen and discuss.

MONDAY SCHEDULE
7-7:30 PM: Virtual Group Sitting Meditation
7:30 PM - 9PM: Talk & Discussion

A donation of $10/class is suggested, but please give what you can afford.

Donations can be made at www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org/donate

Meditation instruction is available on request. Please email [masked] to schedule.

Talks are recorded and available for viewing on our Facebook page
To sign up for our weekly emails, please go to www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org

Meetings take place on Zoom - https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

Daily Morning Meditation
Monday-Thursday: 8-9:15 & Friday-Sunday: 9-10:15 am
Meditate with us every morning on Zoom!
Join us via Zoom (paste the link given above into your browser)

Morning Meditation schedule is as follows:

Mon - Thurs: 8:00-8:15 am social conversation; 8:15-9:15 am practice.

Fri - Sun: 9:00-9:15 am social conversation; 9:15-10:15 am practice.

Practice includes sitting and walking meditation and tonglen (compassion) practice.

You may enter and leave at any time.

Sessions generally conclude with more social conversation.

If you would like meditation instruction, let the leader know (or email us prior at [masked]) and an instructor will take you into a Zoom “breakout room” and provide it. When you are finished, you will have the option to re-join the main group.

You may enter and leave at any time, but please do so quietly. You will be muted on entry, but you may unmute yourself at will, simply by clicking on the icon of the microphone.

ABOUT THE TEACHER
John Baker has been teaching Buddhist thought and practice at the direction of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970. John co-edited The Myth of Freedom and Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism and co-founded, ran, and has taught extensively at the Karma Dzong Meditation Center in Boulder, Naropa University, Westchester Buddhist Center, and New York Buddha Dharma. He also taught for many years at the New York Shambhala Center and is the author of various articles on Buddhism.

New York Buddha Dharma Center
https://newyorkbuddhadharma.org
Watch our talks on our YouTube Channel

@ newyorkbuddhadharma.org | 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma
Monday Evening Meditation, Talk, and Discussion and
Every Morning Group Meditation

Monday Dharma Gathering June 22nd, 7-9 PM ET
Understanding Suffering, the First Mark of Existence, on the Buddhist Path of Meditation

Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

This Monday evening we will discuss the readings for Week #1 in the 12-week series, The Path of Meditation, Segment 2, Class #1: Suffering and Other Compelling Facts about Life.

If you do not have the syllabus and readings, email us and they will be emailed to you in pdf format.

From 7-7:30 PM we will meditate.
From 7:30 until approximately 9:00 pm we will discuss the the Buddha's first teaching after his enlightenment - Suffering and how we understand and work with it on the path to awakening.

If you like, you can do the reading for Class #1 from the syllabus of readings or else just come, meditate, listen and discuss.

MONDAY SCHEDULE
7-7:30 PM: Virtual Group Sitting Meditation
7:30 PM - 9PM: Talk & Discussion

A donation of $10/class is suggested, but please give what you can afford.

Donations can be made at www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org/donate

Meditation instruction is available on request. Please email [masked] to schedule.

Talks are recorded and available for viewing on our Facebook page
To sign up for our weekly emails, please go to www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org

Meetings take place on Zoom - https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

Daily Morning Meditation
Monday-Thursday: 8-9:15 & Friday-Sunday: 9-10:15 am
Meditate with us every morning on Zoom!
Join us via Zoom (paste the link given above into your browser)

Morning Meditation schedule is as follows:

Mon - Thurs: 8:00-8:15 am social conversation; 8:15-9:15 am practice.

Fri - Sun: 9:00-9:15 am social conversation; 9:15-10:15 am practice.

Practice includes sitting and walking meditation and tonglen (compassion) practice.

You may enter and leave at any time.

Sessions generally conclude with more social conversation.

If you would like meditation instruction, let the leader know (or email us prior at [masked]) and an instructor will take you into a Zoom “breakout room” and provide it. When you are finished, you will have the option to re-join the main group.

You may enter and leave at any time, but please do so quietly. You will be muted on entry, but you may unmute yourself at will, simply by clicking on the icon of the microphone.

ABOUT THE TEACHER
John Baker has been teaching Buddhist thought and practice at the direction of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970. John co-edited The Myth of Freedom and Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism and co-founded, ran, and has taught extensively at the Karma Dzong Meditation Center in Boulder, Naropa University, Westchester Buddhist Center, and New York Buddha Dharma. He also taught for many years at the New York Shambhala Center and is the author of various articles on Buddhism.

New York Buddha Dharma Center
https://newyorkbuddhadharma.org
Watch our talks on our YouTube Channel

@ newyorkbuddhadharma.org | 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma

New York Buddha Dharma
Monday Evening Meditation, Talk, and Discussion and
Every Morning Group Meditation

Monday Dharma Gathering June 22nd, 7-9 PM ET
Understanding Suffering, the First Mark of Existence, on the Buddhist Path of Meditation

Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

This Monday evening we will discuss the readings for Week #1 in the 12-week series, The Path of Meditation, Segment 2, Class #1: Suffering and Other Compelling Facts about Life.

If you do not have the syllabus and readings, email us and they will be emailed to you in pdf format.

From 7-7:30 PM we will meditate.
From 7:30 until approximately 9:00 pm we will discuss the the Buddha's first teaching after his enlightenment - Suffering and how we understand and work with it on the path to awakening.

If you like, you can do the reading for Class #1 from the syllabus of readings or else just come, meditate, listen and discuss.

MONDAY SCHEDULE
7-7:30 PM: Virtual Group Sitting Meditation
7:30 PM - 9PM: Talk & Discussion

A donation of $10/class is suggested, but please give what you can afford.

Donations can be made at www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org/donate

Meditation instruction is available on request. Please email [masked] to schedule.

Talks are recorded and available for viewing on our Facebook page
To sign up for our weekly emails, please go to www.newyorkbuddhadharma.org

Meetings take place on Zoom - https://zoom.us/j/3739594198

Daily Morning Meditation
Monday-Thursday: 8-9:15 & Friday-Sunday: 9-10:15 am
Meditate with us every morning on Zoom!
Join us via Zoom (paste the link given above into your browser)

Morning Meditation schedule is as follows:

Mon - Thurs: 8:00-8:15 am social conversation; 8:15-9:15 am practice.

Fri - Sun: 9:00-9:15 am social conversation; 9:15-10:15 am practice.

Practice includes sitting and walking meditation and tonglen (compassion) practice.

You may enter and leave at any time.

Sessions generally conclude with more social conversation.

If you would like meditation instruction, let the leader know (or email us prior at [masked]) and an instructor will take you into a Zoom “breakout room” and provide it. When you are finished, you will have the option to re-join the main group.

You may enter and leave at any time, but please do so quietly. You will be muted on entry, but you may unmute yourself at will, simply by clicking on the icon of the microphone.

ABOUT THE TEACHER
John Baker has been teaching Buddhist thought and practice at the direction of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970. John co-edited The Myth of Freedom and Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism and co-founded, ran, and has taught extensively at the Karma Dzong Meditation Center in Boulder, Naropa University, Westchester Buddhist Center, and New York Buddha Dharma. He also taught for many years at the New York Shambhala Center and is the author of various articles on Buddhism.

New York Buddha Dharma Center
https://newyorkbuddhadharma.org
Watch our talks on our YouTube Channel

@ newyorkbuddhadharma.org | 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

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