Links to Other Dharma Organizations
Arinna Weisman - guiding teacher for the Lotus Sisters. Schedule and links to download Arinna's talks.
Larry Yang - Teacher of our August 2012 retreat and other LGBTQ/People of Color retreats
Lien Shutt - Zen co-teacher for Lotus Sisters 5 day Retreat January 2014
Local Dharma Organizations
The Dharma Buddies -- GBTQ Men's Buddhist Sangha http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dharma_buddies/ Dharma Buddies meets Sundays at 11:00 am for a 45-minute silent meditation followed by tea and conversation. Dharma Buddies meets at Cal Anderson House, located at 400 Broadway on the northeast corner of Broadway and Terrace Street, just north of where Broadway and Boren intersect. The site is fully ADA accessible.
Northwest Buddhist Recovery is dedicated to providing resources for those seeking supplemental support with their recovery from addictive behaviors using traditional Buddhist meditation techniques and study of Buddhist teachings. http://nwbuddhistrecovery.org/nwbr
Northwest Dharma Association - regional information about dharma groups, events and resources
People of Color and Allies Sangha (POCAS) is a Buddhist inspired, peer led mindfulness group. All People of Color interested in meditation and Buddhism are invited to attend. Allies must be sponsored by a person of color and current member that can vouch for their level of understanding of POC issues beyond a Racism 101 level http://nativesangha.org/seattle.shtml
Seattle Dharma Punx - is a self-led meditation group located in Seattle, Washington, US. We offer a casual space to meditate in community, explore Buddhist teachings, and share personal experience.http://www.seattledharmapunx.com/index.html
Other Dharma Resources
Buddhist Insight Network - BIN is an organization for people and groups that feel a spiritual connection and identify their spiritual lineage with the founders of the Insight Meditation movement in the West. Searchable database of Insight Meditation sanghas (communities) nationally and internationally. Resource paper: Multiculturalism in Insight Meditation Sanghas. www.buddhistinsightnetwork.org
Buddhist Peace Fellowship - The mission of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF), founded in 1978, is to serve as a catalyst for socially engaged Buddhism.
Seattle Chapter is revived and active. Check us out at: https://www.facebook.com/BPFSeattle
Inquiring Mind: From 1984 to 2015 Inquiring Mind was a semiannual print journal dedicated to the creative transmission of Buddhadharma to the West. The most recent issues are fully archived on their website, along with selected articles from earlier years. Their goal is to ultimately offer all thirty-one years of the Mind for your enjoyment. Check out the interview with 4 Dharma teachers including in Arinna in the last Issure from 2015.
Shambala Sun: Magazine every 2 months and journal every quarter about all meditative Buddhist Practices. Look for our Lotus Sisters in the list of meditation centers.
Young people at a Seattle youth center web project. They created the following website with helpful links on how to de-stress. We are happy to fulfill their request to include a link to their website on our resources page to their website filled with ideas about how to relax and find calm.