Boston Dharma Punx was formed in 2009. The group got it’s name from the book Dharma Punx published in 2003. The Boston Dharma Punx are not affiliated with any other organization or individual. Many Dharma Punx groups exist around the world with no affiliation to each other except that we share the same name.
We meet every Sunday at 4pm for meditation and discussion at South Boston Yoga, located at 36 W Broadway St. in Boston, right across from the Broadway T stop. For more information, send an email to email@example.com or join our Facebook Group.
The Dharma Life: Exploring The Eightfold Path, Integrated Meditation & Study Retreat with Chris Crotty
September 19-22, Angels Rest Retreat Center, Leyden, MA
$390. Base, $440. Sustaining, $490. Supporting
For more information or to register https://bostonmeditationcenter.org/day-programs/
|Barre Center For Buddhist Studies |
Now open for registration of 2020 residential courses. You can sign up directly at the website or through the link https://www.buddhistinquiry.org/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020%20Course%20Live&utm_content=2020%20Course%20Live+CID_aa62e54192d17b1200929d425ffee519&utm_source=BCBS%20CM
If you’d like to apply for a Boston Dharma Punx scholarship for any of the retreats listed above, please speak with the meeting facilitator or our treasurer.
If you’d like to contribute to the Boston Dharma Punx scholarship fund,
please donate here.
DPX Boston encourages all members to attend meetings, workshops, classes and retreats to both deepen personal practice and enrich our community as a whole.
The DPX Boston Fund covers up to fifty percent of tuition for any; workshop, class or retreat approved by the steering committee for any of our members unable to attend otherwise.
Local centers, many offer retreats, classes and workshops
Boston Meditation Center, meets Thursdays from 7:15-8:30 at Karma Yoga, 1120 Massachusetts Avenue, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138: bostonmeditationcenter.org
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center Cambridge,MA: cambridgeinsight.org
Natural Dharma Fellowship Cambridge, MA: naturaldharma.org
Cambridge Zen Center Cambridge, MA: cambridgezen.org
Boston Center for Contemplative Practice Newton, MA: thebccp.com‘
The Arlington Center, Arlington, MA: Arlingtoncenter.org
Insight Meditation Center Pioneer Easthampton, MA: insightpv.org
Insight Meditation Society Barre, MA: dharma.org
Barre Center for Buddhist Studies Barre, MA: buddhistinquiry.org
Kripalu, Stockbridge, MA: kripalu.org
Wonderwell Mountain Refuge, Springfield NH: wonderwellrefuge.org
Milrepa Center VT: milrepacenter.org
Vermont Insight VT: vermontinsight.org
Copper Beech Institute West Hartford, CT: cooperbeechinstitute.org
Garrison Institute Garrison, NY: garrisoninstitute.org
Omega Institute Rhinebeck,NY: eomega.org
Dharma Drum Pine Bush NY: dharmadrumretreat.org
Blue Cliff Monastery Pine Bush NY: bluecliffmonastery.org
Zen Mountain Monastery Mt. Tremper, NY: zmm.org
The Bhavana Society Washington, DC: bhavanasociety.org
George Haas Los Angeles, CA: mettagroup.org
George offers a $35. monthly subscription to his daily meditation conference call
For Those In Recovery
Recovery Dharma Boston is a recovery group offering a Buddhist-inspired path to freedom from addiction.
The following Recovery Dharma meetings are held throughout the Boston area:
- Wednesdays from 7:30pm – 9:00pm at the University Lutheran Church, 66 Winthrop St., Cambridge, MA (Harvard Square)
- Fridays from 7:30pm- 9:00pm at the University Lutheran Church, 66 Winthrop St., Cambridge, MA (Harvard Square)
- Saturdays from 11:00am – 12:30pm at First Church Somerville, 89 College Ave, Somerville, MA (Davis Square)
Meetings may include meditation, sharing, or book study. For more information, check out the Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/recoverydharmaboston/For more information about Recovery Dharma, check out https://recoverydharma.org
Rebel Recovery is a recovery meeting held every Monday from 7:45 to 9:00pm at South Boston Yoga, 36 W Broadway St. in Boston. The format includes a period of meditation, a speaker, and open discussion. All are welcome.
More Recovery Groups
The Heart of Recovery
Buddhist Recovery Network
Access to Insight
The Interdependence Project