The San Francisco LGBTQI Sangha Welcomes You!
Monday Nights 5:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Location: The SF Buddhist Center, 37 Bartlett Street, SF, CA 94110
We invite you to our weekly meditation sitting group at the SF Buddhist Center, 37 Bartlett Street in San Francisco. Our group meets from 5:30 to 6:30pm each Monday, except holidays. This sangha was founded by Larry Yang and Ryumon in July 2002, and today the dharma talks are carried on by our core teachers Lisa Hoffman and Steven Tierney and many fabulous guest teachers. We explore mindfulness, meditation, and spiritual practice in our day to day lives and focus on cultivating an open awareness spacious enough to include whatever arises moment to moment. It is a wonderful way to bring closure to your activities of the day.
There is no cost to participate, and the group sustains itself through voluntary work and donations which in the Buddhist tradition is called the practice of "dana" (generosity). Your dana contributions go to pay for our weekly room rent and as offerings to our teachers who graciously offer the teachings without charge. It is a drop-in group, so please join us in supporting and deepening our collective mindfulness practice.
For more information, please email SFLGBTsangha@yahoogroups.com or visit the yahoo group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFLGBTsangha. To subscribe to our announcements list, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This sangha is peer led and organized. We always welcome new people to be contributing members of the community.
If you are new to meditation, you are welcomed to approach one of us for guidance and instructions to begin a meditation practice.
The San Francisco LGBTQ Sangha