links to dharma media
Secular Buddhism is concerned with the practice of Siddhattha Gotama’s four noble truths in this world. The Secular Buddhism Association encourages a naturalistic and pragmatic approach to the teaching, seeking to provide a framework for personal and social development within the cultural context of our time.
Tricycle in addition to publishing a magazine offers online articles, books and retreats. It is a resource for Buddhists of all traditions. Many of it's resources are limited to subscribers of the magazine.
84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha is a global non-profit initiative to translate all of the Buddha’s words into modern languages, and to make them available to everyone.
The Dharma Seed offers free western Buddhist Vipassana Teachings.
The Buddhist Education and Information Network offers a broad collection of educational material using auditory, visual and print modalities.
Access to Insight provides readings from the Pali tradition of Theravada Buddhism.
Features articles written towards active practice from a student-practitioner point-of-view.
The BodhiMind Center is a non-sectarian community that welcomes people who share in the vision of deepening our capacities for more skillful and compassionate living. They are located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
LINKS TO REGIONAL BUDDHIST ORGANIZATIONS
The Wet Mountain Sangha is a Zen Buddhist community dedicated to the path of awakening. They are located in Pueblo, Colorado.
Rocky Mountain insight is an organization that offers instruction in Vipassana meditation and opportunities for Dharma study. They are located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
“Awakening Truth” is run by volunteers to support a Bhikkhuni training monastery for Buddhist nuns, bringing ancient teachings into the modern world. They are located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
insightcolorado.org/Springs Mountain Sangha is a lay community rooted in the Zen tradition, with an emphasis on meditation, koan practice and inquiry as facets of awakening. They are located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The purpose of IMCC is to provide organizational support for Insight Meditation sitting groups, from the Theravada Buddhist tradition, in the Rocky Mountain region. Its principal ongoing activities are sitting groups in Boulder and Denver, Colorado