Wednesday Sangha Nights - Practicing in Community

Our Wednesday Sangha Nights are dedicated to supporting anyone wishing to experience and share the benefits of Buddhist practice. We are committed to strengthening the connection between personal practice and positive action in the world around us, and providing a welcoming and safe place for all those who want to participate. All are welcome here.

Our theme for 2024 is Waking up to Imagination

Imagination can bring us closer to awakening, or distract and keep us trapped in conditional views and beliefs. How do we tell the difference? This year we will look at teachings through the ages, from the Pali Canon to the modern day, that help us distinguish between imagination that opens the heart and mind and imagination that perpetuates delusion.

In Person with a zoom option

Most evenings are informal and interactive. Introductions are followed by meditation and after the tea break there's usually a talk, workshop or discussion. No particular experience is required, though if you have not meditated before we recommend first attending one of our introductory classes

Most of our practice periods begin with Saluting the 3 Jewels and we sometimes chant the Refuges and Precepts together. 

Suggested donation: $10–$5, or whatever you can afford. If you'd like a brief orientation please arrive before 7pm. 

Sangha Night Classes

Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm, in person and online
Wed, May 29, 2024
 
Sangha (Community) Nights are open to anyone wishing to connect around Buddhist practices and Dharma teachings.  In person and on zoom

 

Waking up to the Imagination

In April and May we have a stellar lineup of speakers ready to delve into the theme of imagination from a diverse array of perspectives. We hope you can join us!

 

April 3: A Living Earth, with SFBC Green Sangha

“I would go so far as to say that a universe conceived of as dead cannot be a universe in which one stands any chance of attaining Enlightenment.”  Sangharakshita; “Living with Awareness.” 
 
This evening will be a ramble around the concept of animism, using our imagination in both experiential and more intellectual ways of knowing.  We will explore how this and other ways of imagining and seeing the world impact how we relate to it and the implications for our practice.

 

April 10 and 17: "Playing with the Mind", with Pete

April 10
Imagination, memory and making stories  
Sangharakshita said that "Buddhism begins with the mind" and on this sangha night we will look at these three amazing functions of our mind. 
Is memory a form of imagination?  Is imagination a form of memory? Do the stories we tell about ourselves free us or confine us?

"It's just as when a dog is tied by a leash to a post or stake:  if it walks, it walks right around that post or stake; if it stands, it stands right next to that post or stake; if it sits, it sits right next to that post or stake; if it lies down, it lies down right next to that post or stake."  (Gaddula Sutta)

 
April 17
Imagining and re-imagining the Buddha  
Since the buddha is our example, how we imagine the buddha is an important part of our spiritual path.

"Followers of the buddha's way!   Why do you so earnestly seek the truth in distant places?  Look for delusion and truth in the bottom of your own hearts" (ryokan)

"To seek is to suffer.  To seek nothing is bliss" (Bodhidharmma)

 

April 24 and May 1: Imagining a Body with the Capacity for Love, with Viveka 

Drawing on the inspiration of poetry, music, meditation and some movement we will explore felt sensations of aliveness and care and nourish our capacity to embody love.

 

May 8: Dhammarati (tbc)

 

May 15: Celebrating Wesak, or Buddha Day, with Mokshasi

A short talk and Puja

 

May 22: Prasadachitta (tbc)

 

May 29: Vimalamoksha - Imagining Equanimity

 

DONATIONS

We appreciate any donations and suggest a weekly donation of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, or you might consider joining our dana program and donating monthly. You can pay through PayPal (info@sfbuddhistcenter.org), Venmo (@SFBuddhistcenter), Zelle, check, or cash at the door.

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

For in person attendance please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here

ZOOM LINK

For online attendance you will find the zoom link here.

 

Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm, online and in person
Wed, Mar 27, 2024

Knowing Imagination as Imagination

During February and March Prasadachitta will explore the Buddha's teachings on cultivating a clear mind. Our focus will be on understanding cognition as emphasized in the instruction to Bahiya: "In the seen, there is only the seen, in the heard there is only the heard, in the sensed, there is only the sensed, in the cognized, there is only the cognized".  Cognition, in its broadest sense, involves the mental processes of acquiring and comprehending knowledge.
 

Four Approaches to Knowing as It Is:

 

Feb 7 Releasing Fixation:

Anchoring attention to the current moment we will cultivate a heightened sense  of clarity and objectivity.

 

Feb 14 Present-Moment Awareness:

We will observe how our experience manifests within our body, feelings and sense of space, simply attending to their aesthetic quality. 

 

March 6: Non-Judgmental Observation:

We will observe how our experience comes into being within our body feelings and sense of space simply attending to their aesthetic quality 

 

March 13: Inquiry into the Present Moment:

We will engage in mindful inquiry questioning the nature of cognitive experiences. Asking: What is truly present in this moment? How are my thoughts influencing this experience?
 

March 27: Imagined, Conditioned, Completely Realized (Parikalpita, Paratantra, Parinispanna)

 
During the remaining weeks of February and March, various Sangha members and Special guests will continue the Imagination theme:

 

Feb 21 Parinirvana Day Celebration

With Shunyamala and Abhayamoksha

 

Feb 28 Special Event - Guest Speaker

Todd, a Mitra from NYC, will talk about his experience visiting the Roma community of Buddhists in Hungary.
 

March 20: Imagining Bodhicitta 

Bodhicitta means awakening heart, or will to enlightenment. Tonight we will practice a puja or devotional practice that is one way to open to the bodhicitta in our lives.  With Mokshasi and Padmatara

 

Sangha Nights are open to everybody. Our theme for 2024 is Waking up to Imagination.

 

Donations, Attendance, Registration

Donations: We appreciate any donations and suggest a weekly donation of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, or you might consider joining our dana program and donating monthly. You can pay through PayPal (info@sfbuddhistcenter.org), Venmo (@SFBuddhistcenter), Zelle, check, or cash at the door.

For in person attendance: please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here

For online attendance: you will find the zoom link here.

Waking up to Imagination
Wed, Jan 31, 2024

WEDNESDAYS 7PM TO 9PM IN PERSON AND ON ZOOM

Our theme for 2024 is Waking up to Imagination.

Imagination can bring us closer to awakening, or distract and keep us trapped in conditional views and beliefs. How do we tell the difference? This year we will look at teachings through the ages, from the Pali Canon to the modern day, that help us distinguish between imagination that opens the heart and mind and imagination that perpetuates delusion.

Our January Rainy Season Retreat, is an opportunity to simplify, dating back to the Buddha's day. Each Wednesday from Jan 10 to 24 we'll gather and read a Sutta from the Pali Canon together, reflecting and imagining how it would be to really apply these teachings to our lives today.  We'll end each evening with meditation and/or chanting. 

January 10: Mokshasi will introduce the theme of Imagination, and we'll read Pingiya's Praises of the Way to Beyond

January 17: The Sallasutta, or Sutta of the Dart (aka the Second Dart or Arrow), with Shunyamala

January 24: The Bāhiya Sutta, (In the seen only the seen... ) with Padmatara

Sangha Nights are open to everybody. During the Rainy Season we also have discussion groups and other events for Order Members and Mitras. (Information here.)

 

January 31: Imagining Peace in Gaza, Israel and beyond - how to have courage in turning towards inner and outer wars. A meditation and talks from sangha members Zue, Jon R and rodashruti.

Donations, Attendance, Registration

Donations: We appreciate any donations and suggest a weekly donation of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, or you might consider joining our dana program and donating monthly.

For in person attendance: please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here

For online attendance: please register below to receive the 2024 zoom link. The link will stay the same throughout the year - if you lose it just send us an email and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. 

To register enter the amount you wish to pay in the box below, based on the suggested donation of $5 to $10 per week. If you prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0 in the box, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

It may take up to a day or two to receive the zoom link - thank you for your patience.

Please add info@sfbuddhistcenter.org to your address book so we can keep you up-to-date with any changes.  

The Way of the Bodhisattva
Wed, Dec 20, 2023

WEDNESDAYS 7PM TO 9PM

The last series of our “Pathways to Awakening” theme this year is the Way of the Bodhisattva:  a guide to cultivating the heart/mind of awakening, and to generating the qualities of love, compassion, generosity, and patience.

December 20: Last thoughts and end of year celebration, with Danadasa as host. This week will now be on zoom only! Email or register if you don't have the link. Thanks!

Winter Break: Dec 21 to Jan 10, 2024

For online attendance please register to receive zoom link (you only need to do this once because the link stays the same, but if it ever changes we will send you the new one).

We ask for a donation of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, or consider joining our dana program and donating monthly.

To register for zoom, enter the amount you wish to pay in the box below, or if you prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

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Celebrating Sangha
Wed, Nov 29, 2023
WEDNESDAYS 7PM TO 9PM IN PERSON AND ON ZOOM
 
We reverence the Sangha, and aspire to follow it:
The fellowship of those who tread the Way.
As, one by one, we make our own commitment,
An ever-widening circle, the Sangha grows.  
(From the 3 fold puja)
 
November is Sangha Month, a time to reflect on our own commitment to the path while appreciating both the Sangha of awakened beings and the Sangha we create each Wednesday night. Following on from last month's topic of Spiritual Friendship we'll explore the role of Sangha as we deepen our practice and experience the joys and difficulties of our paths. 
 
Nov 1 - A celebration of Día de los muertos - Day of the Dead, and an opportunity to remember together the loved ones we have lost. With Mokshasi and Danadasa
Nov 8 - New commitments: welcoming back a newly ordained sangha member and celebrating new commitments, with Shunyamala, Danadasa and Padmatara
Nov 15 - Sangha Members reflecting on their experience of Sangha (ing)
Nov 22 - No Class
Nov 29 - Sangha Day Celebration
Prasadachitta will share some thoughts on the contribution each of us makes in creating a supportive sangha, and we will especially celebrate two of our long-time Sangha members as they step back from some of their responsibilities: Karunadevi and Danadasa.
 
For in person attendance please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here
 
For online attendance please register to receive zoom link (you only need to do this once because the link stays the same, but if it ever changes we will send you the new one).
 
We ask for a donation of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, or consider joining our dana program and donating monthly.
 
To register for zoom, enter the amount you wish to pay in the box below, or if you prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.
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A Lineage of Spiritual Friendship
Wed, Oct 25, 2023

Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm in person and on zoom

During the month of October, we will explore the meaning of lineage within the context of spiritual friendship. The Buddha said "spiritual friendship is the whole of the spiritual life". The Buddha also said "be an island unto yourself, be your own refuge, having no other". How do we make sense of these seemingly contradictory teachings? Please join us to find out more. 

To mark Indigenous Peoples Day Oct 9, all donations from Sangha Nights this month, and from our Movie Night Oct 8, will go to Friendship House, an Indigenous led Organization in the Mission (15th & Julian off of Mission St), that has been providing services to Native Americans for almost 60 years.

Oct 4 - Join us to celebrate MJ's path to ordination, as she prepares to leave for her ordination ceremony in Mexico, at Chintamani Retreat Center

Oct 11 - Danadasa will explore the meaning of lineage and spiritual friendship

Oct 18 - Viradhamma will share the story of Dr. Ambedkar the the mass Buddhist conversions in India

Oct 25 - Danadasa will speak about some of the teachers who have shaped his journey

For in person attendance please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here

For online attendance please register to receive zoom link (you only need to do this once as the link stays the same, but if it ever changes we will send you the new one).

We ask for a donation of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, or consider joining our dana program and donating monthly.

To register for zoom, enter the amount you wish to pay in the box below, or if you prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

It may take up to a day or two to receive the zoom link - thank you for your patience.

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Encounters on the Path: Demons, Dakinis, and Gurus
Wed, Sep 27, 2023

Continuing our 2023 theme: Pathways to Awakening, this month we will share stories of some of the archetypal, mythological, beautiful and scary beings we are likely to encounter on the path, and see what they have to teach us about staying present and waking up.

Sep 6:   Embracing our demons (and allies): the Buddha's journey, with Padmatara

Sep 13:  Milarepa's story, with Viradhamma

Sep 20:  Meeting the Dakinis, with Karunadakini

Sep: 27: Padmasambhava Day Celebration, with Mokshasi

For in person attendance please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here. (No need to register.)

Sangha Night Donations

We suggest $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights. If you'd prefer to pay monthly, ask about our dana program.  

All our teachers are volunteers and any donations we receive go towards keeping our center running so that we can continue to provide a space for practice. 

Registe here to receive zoom link (you only need to do this once - we will update you of any changes). Enter the amount you wish to donate in the box below, and if you prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty. It may take up to a day or two to receive the zoom link - thank you for your patience.

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Creating your Path
Wed, Aug 30, 2023

Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm

Caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar. Pathmaker, there is no path, the path is made by walking. (Antonio Machado)

Continuing our 2023 theme: Pathways to Awakening, this month various Sangha Members will share what they have learned on the paths they have created by "walking" (poetically speaking). Prasadachitta will hold the space and contribute his own reflections. 

Aug 2:  Abhayamoksha has just returned from a three-month ordination retreat in Spain. Let's welcome him back and hear about his journey. 

Aug 9: Vimalamoksha, joining us on a break from Lake County, will share some of his reflections on the progressive yet non-linear nature of the spiral path.

Aug 16: Danadasa

Aug 23: Chiaraaccepting the invitation to practice. With Prasadachitta.

Aug 30: Prasadachitta

For in person attendance please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here

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We suggest donations of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, but they are always optional and any amount is welcome and helps cover our costs. Enter the amount you wish to donate in the box below, and if you don't wish to donate or prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

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The Path of Commitment
Wed, Jul 26, 2023

Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm

Are you ready to embark on the journey of embracing the groundlessness of life?  Are you ready to consider falling in love with the ever-shifting, never-certain reality of our situation? (Pema Chodron)

Commitment is primary, lifestyle secondary. (Sangharakshita)

Our theme for 2023 is Pathways to Awakening, and this month we will look at commitment as a source of courage in the face of uncertainty and freedom. Within the broader framework of the 3-fold path of Ethics, Meditation and Wisdom, we'll explore the meaning and benefits of these 4 commitments or vows:

July 5:  Non-harm: allowing the precepts of non-harm and kindness to protect the heart/mind and wake us up

July 12: The bodhisattva ideal: practicing care for all beings - the freedom of interconnection and letting go of the illusion of separateness

July 19: Turning towards reality: letting go of holding on, resting in groundlessness

July 26: Meditation: supporting and deepening our commitment through meditation and mantra chanting.

It's important to remember that these commitments are not rules or things we should do: rather they express our natural awareness of interconnection and our longing to get out of our own way. They're what we do when we are not distracted by the uneasiness that comes from our limited, self-referential perspective and we're able to be with what is. 

Mokshasi and Padmatara will lead this series.

To support our commitments we are also offering the following this month: 

Morning Meditations - committing to sitting!  Join us weekday mornings for a 40 minute sit in person throughout July.  

See also Silent Meditation Day - Saturday July 15. More information coming soon. 

For in person attendance please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here if you plan to attend in person. (No need to register.)

For online attendance please register to receive zoom link (you only need to do this once).

We suggest donations of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, but they are always optional and any amount is welcome and helps cover our costs. Enter the amount you wish to donate in the box below, and if you don't wish to donate or prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

It may take up to a day or two to receive the zoom link - thank you for your patience.

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Wisdom in Action
Wed, Jun 28, 2023

Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm

June is Buddhist Action Month. Continuing our 2023 Pathways to Awakening theme we will look at ways that Buddhist wisdom can prepare and guide us to take action on issues that are important to us, while staying true to our values and intentions. Through cultivating wise compassion towards ourselves and others, and increasing our awareness of the impact of our actions, perhaps we can participate more fully in the world, becoming more resilient, without losing sensitivity and responsiveness. 

With Prasadachitta, Shunyamala, and friends

Please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here if you plan to attend in person.  

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We suggest donations of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, but they are always optional and any amount is welcome and helps cover our costs. Enter the amount you wish to donate in the box below, and if you don't wish to donate or prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

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The Way of Practice
Wed, May 31, 2023

 

THEME FOR 2023: PATHWAYS TO AWAKENING 

Wednesday Sangha Nights in 2023, 7pm to 9pm. 

This month we begin with a "Buddha Day" Festival on May 3. Danadasa will lead the evening.

Buddhist Festivals usually occur on or near the Full Moon, as this is said to be an especially good time for the Bodhicitta to awaken in collective practice. 

From May 10 through 31 we will consider ways to create conditions for awakening through our practice of ethics, meditation and wisdom, including integration, positive emotion, spiritual death and rebirth or insight, and receptivity. 

May 10: Viradhamma, introduction and Integration

May 17: Shunyamala, Positive Emotion

May 24: Karunadevi, Spiritual Death

May 31: Mokshasi, Spiritual Rebirth and Puja

Please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here if you plan to attend in person.  

Register for online attendance and to receive updates (no registration required for in person attendance):

We suggest donations of $10 to $5 for Sangha Nights, but they are always optional and any amount is welcome and helps cover our costs. Enter the amount you wish to donate in the box below, and if you don't wish to donate or prefer to pay another way, you can enter 0, but if you do this please make sure to click 'pay later' on the payment page, otherwise the registration won't work. Drop us an email if you have any difficulty.

It may take up to a day or two to receive the zoom link - thank you for your patience.

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In Person and Online, Wednesdays, 7pm to 9pm
Wed, Apr 26, 2023

 

THEME FOR 2023: PATHWAYS TO AWAKENING 

Wednesday Sangha Nights in 2023, 7pm to 9pm. 

April 5, 12, 19: Viradhamma

The practices we do at the SFBC are part of a tradition or pathway that has been passed on from generation to generation for the last 2,500 years. Viradhamma will share his thoughts about how the Dharma was passed on, some of the key figures in our lineage, and what it means for us to participate in this tradition. 

The talks are based on Dhardo Rinpoche’s motto

“Cherish the Doctrine, Live United, Radiate Love.”

April 26: Paramananda: The Poetics of Awakening

Paramananda will join us for a celebratory send-off for Brad as he heads for the hills of Spain to be ordained.

DONATIONS:

Please consider making a donation or joining our Dana program to help support our teaching. More information on this page

Registration

We do not currently require registration for our Sangha Night Classes, but please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here if you plan to attend in person.  

For online attendance please join through the link below a few minutes before 7pm.

Zoom link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84923542148?pwd=a0lxZTlTQmNuT05uZkZrTXJlU3lIQT09

Meeting ID: 849 2354 2148. Passcode: Sangha

 

The Buddha's Noble Eight Fold Path
Wed, Mar 29, 2023

Theme for 2023: Pathways to Awakening 

Wednesday Sangha Nights in 2023, 7pm to 9pm. 

The Buddha's Noble 8 fold Path

In February and March we will take a deep look at the Buddha's Noble 8 fold Path, one of the most widely known formulations of the spiritual path found within Buddhism.

Donations

All donations received for Sangha Nights in February will go to Oakland based Returning Citizens Association.  More information here.  How to donate.    

Program

February 1 - Introduction to the Buddha's Noble Eightfold Path led by Danadasa

February 8 - Perfect Vision led by Danadasa

February 15 - Perfect Emotion led by Claudia

February 22 - Perfect Speech led by Acarasiddhi

March 1 - Perfect Action led by Acarasiddhi & Nanasiri

March 8 - Perfect Livelihood led by Medhahshri

March 15 - Perfect Effort led by Viradhamma

March 22 - The Promise of a Sacred World - Special Guest Nagapriya from Cuernavaca, Mexico, will talk about the topic of his new book

March 29 - Perfect Awareness and Perfect Samadhi led by Karunadevi

Registration

We do not currently require registration for our Sangha Night Classes, but please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here if you plan to attend in person.  

For online attendance please join through the link below a few minutes before 7pm.

Zoom link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84923542148?pwd=a0lxZTlTQmNuT05uZkZrTXJlU3lIQT09

Meeting ID: 849 2354 2148. Passcode: Sangha

Donations:

Please consider making a donation or joining our Dana program to help support our teaching. More information on this page

Pathways to Awakening
Wed, Jan 25, 2023

PATHWAYS TO AWAKENING

Wednesdays in 2023, 7pm to 9pm. 

Caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar. Pathmaker, there is no path, the path is made by walking. (Antonio Machado)

There are as many paths to awakening as there are beings - it's up to us to start walking and let each step reveal itself, until, as some would say, we discover we were already where we wanted to be. Luckily the Buddha gave countless clear instructions to guide us. This year we'll look at some of them together. 

In January we'll begin our exploration with a series on the Anapanasati Sutta, the Buddha's meditation instructions, directing us to discover the nature of reality through gentle attention to our experience. 

Jan 4: Mokshasi will introduce the Sutta

Jan 11: Shunyamala will share her reflections on the second set of verses - feeling/vedana.  There will also be a Mitra Ceremony for Molly and Dylan - marking their personal commitment to practice. 

Jan 18: Prasadachitta will continue with the Heart-Mind/Citta set of verses.

Jan 25: Mokshasi will lead the last night of the series on Wisdom

Here is a link to a series of talks on this Sutta given by Viveka in 2003, still well worth a listen. And here is the Sutta from that same retreat.

Registration

We do not currently require registration for our Sangha Night Classes, but please make sure you can agree to our safety requirements listed here if you plan to attend in person.  

For online attendance please join through the link below a few minutes before 7pm.

Zoom link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84923542148?pwd=a0lxZTlTQmNuT05uZkZrTXJlU3lIQT09

Meeting ID: 849 2354 2148. Passcode: Sangha

Donations: Please consider making a donation or joining our Dana program to help support our teaching. More information on this page