Welcome to the Burlington, Vermont Buddhist Sangha. Our group’s practice is based in the Insight Meditation (vipassana) school of Buddhism, but everyone is welcome.
We meet Sunday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Join us for meditation, dharma talk, discussion, and tea. You can find material from our past meetings in the Archive.
The nature of a Sangha is to be inclusive and, we believe, to actively work toward equality. To that end, we have collected some resources which you may find useful regarding anti-racism on a dedicated page.
Due to concerns about COVID19, our Sangha will be meeting online for the near future. You can join us by clicking the link in our weekly email. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about being added to the list.
Practice “off of the cushion” is every bit as instructive as quiet sitting. So for this week’s discussion, Andrea presented one aspect of the eightfold path that’s a clear call to apply mindfulness in our daily lives: right speech (also sometimes translated a “wise” speech). We also broke into pairs in which members of the sangha were […]
At first or even second look, Buddhism is not quickly associated with Faith. In fact many look upon it as free of that which was least appealing in their religious upbringing, the insistence on things unseen, accessible only by belief. But it turns out that Saddha, usually translated “Faith”, is one of the five most important […]
Much of the time, as we see life through a lens of our perceptions and thoughts, we are so caught up in our mind’s stories and made-up reality, that we can’t see things as they really are. There is great freedom in being able to let go of long held, distorted views; and there is […]