“Sangha” translates from Sanskrit as “assembly” or “community.” Our sangha is a group of people dedicated to deepening their practice of Bön and Dzogchen traditions by gathering in community for learning and support. Our practice of these Tibetan Buddhist and pre-Buddhist traditions is dedicated to the well-being of all sentient beings.
We experience these benefits personally in a variety of tangible, practical and ineffable ways. For insight, read sangha members’ “Stories of Practice” posts, and feel free to contribute your own. The first time you contribute, your post will be made visable after it is approved by site administrators; thereafter your posts will appear automatically.
Visit our Monday Practice page for information about participating in our weekly practice session.