Dharma Rain - Links
Information about Buddhist Peace Fellowship and their work in the areas
of disarmament and environmental and human rights.
A multimedia gateway to the Dharma’s rich matrix of teachings and
practices, with tools for exploration, learning, and community.
“The Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (DRBA) was formed in 1959 to
bring the orthodox teachings of the Buddha to the entire world.” Founder
was Master Hsuan Hua.
Information about the foundation and its teacher.
Enso House is a home for people of all faiths who desire comfort care at
the end of life. Located in the Pacific Northwest and surrounded by the fields
and forests of south Whidbey Island, Washington, Enso House provides a peaceful
setting conducive to reflection, meditation and spiritual healing. Many staff
members are affiliated with the nearby Tahoma One
Drop Zen Monastery, founded
in 1995 by Zen Master Shodo Harada Roshi.
A project to promote peace in the world through art, Jizos for Peace invited
people from all walks of life to make a contribution to peace. Read about
the project to take Jizos to Japan in August 2005.
Founded by Korean Zen master Seung Sahn. This web page has information about
the history, teachers and practice of this school of Zen.
An organization of associated Zen Buddhist temples, practice centers and
sitting groups in the United States and abroad.
This organization sponsors activities that bring people of different faiths
and cultures together to talk to each other. They also have a quarterly newsletter.
A nonsectarian Buddhist organization supporting of the Buddhist teachings
in the Pacific Northwest.
For the Dances of Universal Peace
The Pluralism Project’s mission is to help Americans engage with the realities
of religious diversity through research, outreach, and the active dissemination
Web links to Buddhist groups in the Portland, OR area
The home of the Shantideva Society, a non-sectarian association of Buddhist
practioners dedicated to the Bodhisattva ideal as it relates to social service,
environmentalism, and world peace.
The West Houston Zen Center, incorporated under the name of the Southwestern
Son (Zen) Academy, is a non-profit Texas Corporation whose charter and membership
is dedicated to proving the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha through Zen meditation
and inquiry. The West Houston Zen Center is also home to Nam Son Sa Temple
that supports the devotional practice of members in the traditional Korean
manner. The West Houston Center was established in 1986.