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BUDDHIST DIRECTORY

CALIFORNIA

DHARMA CENTER

5059 Newport Ave, Suite 303, San Diego, CA 92107. (619) 797-5483, www.dharmacenter.com • Dharma Center of Trikaya Buddhism in San Diego exists to share the teachings of meditation and mindfulness and to assist in the Awakening of those who wish to free themselves of suffering. Our meditation hall and community of members provides a sanctuary where students at all levels can deepen and refine their connection to Light.

DHARMA REALM BUDDHIST UNIVERSITY

4951 Bodhi Way, Ukiah, CA 95482. (707) 621-7000, info@drbu.edu, www.drbu.edu • Dharma Realm Buddhist University (DRBU) is an accredited university in northern California dedicated to liberal education in the broad Buddhist tradition.

DZOKDEN

3436 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94123. (415) 810-6168, office@dzokden.org, dzokden.org • Online and inperson classes on Kalachakra, Jonang Ngondro, Rimé philosophy, Zhentong-Rangtong Emptiness and Meditation. We hold special Events & empowerments throughout the USA (California, New York, Colorado, and Oregon).

INSIGHT LA MEDITATION

1430 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404. (310) 450-1821, programs@insightla. or insightla.org • InsightLA Meditation is a meditation center teaching the highest quality evidencebased mindfulness practices throughout the Greater Los Angeles area. For 17 years, we have offered classes, retreats, and special events in an open and welcoming community.

LOTUS SCULPTURE

1834 Ord Way, Oceanside, CA 92056. (760) 994-4455, info@lotussculpture.com, www.lotussculpture.com • Lotus Sculpture offers a sanctuary of Buddhist and Hindu sculpture open to all practitioners who would like to meditate fully immersed in the energy of the surrounding statues.

MINDFUL HEART PROGRAMS

2565 Puesta Del Sol, Santa Barbara, CA 93105. (805) 694-8432, , • The mission of Mindful Heart Programs is to provide a safe refuge for meditation practice

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