Dzogchen Sangha of Pittsburgh
of Pittsburgh
About the Sangha

The Dzogchen Sangha of Pittsburgh was established in 2000 by students of Lama Surya Das, a Lineage Holder of the Dzogchen Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the Rimé (non-sectarian) tradition. The Sangha meets in Oakland on Saturday afternoons for conversation and Dzogchen practice according to the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and Bön.

We are an informal community, and we welcome meditators of all levels of experience. We are happy to discuss questions you have about meditation practices. We practice Dzogchen meditation, which is sometimes known as natural meditation or non-meditation; this is the practice of being present, moment to moment, without effort or technique.

We are currently (as of May 2015) practicing on the second floor of Friends Meeting House, located at 4836 Ellsworth Ave in Oakland. We may be changing this in the near future; please check our newsletter or Facebook page for updates.

Sitting This Month

We usually meet from 3:30 to 5:30 on Saturdays.

If we have to cancel a sitting for any reason, we will post a notice on our Facebook page. Please check Facebook for weekly updates and news.


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