WHAT IS A SANGHA?
“Sangha” means “the Buddhist community of monks, nuns, novices, and laypeople.” It is our spiritual community–a group of people who are on the same path. As a Sangha we are a support and a refuge for one another. In fact, Sangha is one of the Three Refuges of Buddhism, along with the Buddha–not only the historical teacher, Buddha Shakyamuni, but also our own enlightened Buddha-nature–and the Dharma, which are the teachings of the Buddha.
We will meet for sangha Monday, May 29, 2023 on ZOOM at 5:30. This week we will continue our discussions of the book The Zen of Therapy: Uncovering a Hidden Kindness in Life, by Mark Epstein, and finish the Winter chapter–pages 138-151.
Please email or message me for the Zoom Log In information.
We will meet for sangha Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 5:30, LIVE at The Body Based Mindfulness Center, 1414 N. Nevada Avenue. We will not discuss the book The Zen of Therapy, at Thursday sangha. Instead, we will talk about a topic relevant to the sangha members… So please bring your questions, ideas or concerns for discussion.