The SFBC Green Sangha is inviting you to come together for an Action Hour to Stop Line 3 as part of Buddhist Action Month. This is an easy and fun way to take action in community with sangha.
Line 3 is a tar sands pipeline in Minnesota that cuts through the treaty lands of Indigenous peoples. If completed, it will endanger 800 wetlands and 200 waterways, emit CO2 equivalent to 50 new coal fired power plants and violate the treaty...
Join us for an evening of meditation, music, poetry, personal stories, and generosity. Lyla June and Minal Hajratwala will perform. Christine Thuring (from the Vancouver sangha), and Tim Skufca&Marta Meengs (from the Montana sangha) will share their experiences with engaged Buddhism on behalf of the earth. Join the Green Sangha to fundraise, protect, and celebrate the rainforest—the lungs of the earth!
Dates: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm Pacific Daylight Time
Sat, 11 Oct, 2014 - 22:28Where literature hits the streets…. This is the fifth year the SFBC has participated in this amazing event - join us at 8:30pm Saturday October 18 for Standing in the Light, Five Writers and the Spiritual Moment. Readings about realization woven from the threads of Buddhist, Sikh, Muslim, Christian and Hindu practice. http://www.litquake.org/events/standing-light-five-writers-and-spiritual…
Tue, 15 Oct, 2013 - 17:21Saturday, October 19, 8:30pm
Maybe that sense that you’re one person moving forward in time frays around the edges periodically, revealing glimpses of something more soluble than you’d understood. Is it disorienting? Is it fabulous? Is it horrific? Is it divine? Five points of view from states of tumble, collapse, fissure, freedom, and points in between.
Nabil Arnaoot is interested in the bittersweet interactions of spirit and flesh; elegant representations of data; biohackers and...
Mon, 14 Oct, 2013 - 17:40This week at Sangha night, the third talk in a three-part series on “The True Individual: The Creative Tension between Autonomy and the Collective”. Wednesday, October 16, 7 PM.
Wed, 25 Sep, 2013 - 01:05San Francisco Buddhist Center (37 Bartlett St., San Francisco)
Evening held by Viveka; this text copied in its entirety from a recent email from the Center.
This Wednesday, at sangha night, the Center is offering a space for friends of Suvarnaprabha to come together and support her and each other with love, meditation, and chanting. Maybe even a sing-a-long of Love Hurts? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soDZBW-1P04
Her condition continues to change markedly. We don’t...