The way of the Buddha is to know yourself;
To know yourself is to forget yourself;
To forget yourself is to be awakened by all things. Dogen - Thirteenth Century Zen Monk
Programs & Schedule
FRIDAYS, January 9th to April 3rd: Winter Practice Period, 2:30-5:00 p.m. Alternating sitting and walking meditation led by Jean Admire. Each period will begin and end with brief reading from the Dhammapada. (Byrom or Fronsdal translation) ALL are WELCOME.
In case of inclement weather or bad roads, contact Jean to confirm if practice will take place: 505-901-9455.
Thursdays 4:00 to 5:30 PM Dharma Study Group - all are welcome.
A great opportunity to explore teachings of the Buddha in print or recorded form. Please bring your own tea mug.
Meditation in Nature on Sunday, August 24th was a grand success. Six participants enjoyed deep silence and quiet walks to support their practice.
Day of Meditation in Nature, Spring 2015 will be led by David and Teri Patton in the Black Lake area.
Wednesday Evenings -6:30 to 8:15PM - Sit and Dharma Talk - all are welcome.
Beginner-intermediate meditation classes, non-residential retreats and special classes are offered at various times throughout the year. For more information on non-residential retreats and special classes see our monthly newsletter or visit TaosMountainSangha.org.
Please see Scholarship Page on this website.
Dana - The Practice of Generosity
Taos Mountain Sangha is supported solely by dana. Dana (pronounced “dah-na”) is a Pali word meaning generosity. Dating back to the time of the Buddha, there has existed interdependence between those who offer the teachings and those who receive them. The teachings are given freely, since they are considered priceless.
Taos Mountain Sangha also offers opportunity for people to become Sustaining Members with a pledge of dana on a regular basis. Inquiries may be made to Chris Wells, Vice-President of the Sangha.