"Just as in the great ocean there is but one taste — the taste of salt, so in this Doctrine and Discipline there is but one taste — the taste of freedom." - The Buddha

 

  • Sangha Night - Current Theme: Triratna's Approach to the Dharma
    Sunday Evenings, 6pm - 8:15pm
    • The May Sunday Program is:
      5/01 - Meditation
      5/08 - Triratna's Approach to the Dharma- Karunadevi will lead a discussion on the topic of the Nidanas
      5/15 - Triratna's Approach to the Dharma- Kerstin will continue the top of the Nidanas
      5/22 - Buddha Day Arts Festival (11am-4:30pm); Buddha Day Festival Puja (6-8:15pm) - Click here for more information on the Arts Festival
      5/29 - Triratna's Approach to the Dharma- Manidha will continue the topic of the Nidanas
  • 6-Week Introduction to Meditation and Buddhism
    Dates Monday Evenings, 7pm - 9pm
    April 11th - May 3rd, no class on May 9th
  • Spring Retreat - The Tiny Splash of a Raindrop
    May 5th - May 8th
    Sponsored by Vancouver Buddhist Center,
    US Registrations by Seattle Buddhist Center

Buddhism teaches that every human being has the potential to become happier, kinder and wiser - even infinitely so. The Buddha was a human being who, through his own efforts, realized the Path to Enlightenment. Rooted in awareness that all things are impermanent and constantly subject to change, Buddhist teachings are a means by which, through our efforts, we too can realize our fullest potential.

The Seattle Buddhist Center is part of an international Buddhist movement known as the Triratna Buddhist Community (formerly the Friends of the Western Buddhist Order). The Triratna Buddhist Community is dedicated to communicating Buddhist teachings in a context that is both understandable and appropriate for the modern Western world.

The Seattle Buddhist Center is a great resource for newcomers to Buddhism. We offer ongoing introductory classes on meditation and Buddhism in a welcoming and casual atmosphere. Our introductory meditation courses are good place to learn how to meditate, whether you consider yourself a Buddhist or not.

We offer a wide variety of activities using many different approaches to practice. Visitors and members are encouraged to participate to the degree that they feel comfortable. Although we have a strong and dedicated core membership, our approach is casual and friendly, and we are always happy to see new faces.

The Seattle Buddhist Center is entirely volunteer-run. To find out how you can support us, check out our 2015 Pledge Drive.


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Seattle Buddhist Center
12056 15th Ave NE
Unit C-2
Seattle, WA 98125

(801) 872-8332
info@seattlebuddhistcenter.org