Bhavana wrote:I am here because I may need advice, direction, support. At this point, I am not sure I have much to offer. I would also like to meet like minded people, and others like myself.
Mr. G wrote:Bhavana wrote:I am here because I may need advice, direction, support. At this point, I am not sure I have much to offer. I would also like to meet like minded people, and others like myself.
Welcome Bhavana. Let us know if you need assistance with introductory readings or finding a center by you.
Konchog1 wrote:I recommend this wonderful, short, and free intro to Buddhism: http://www.justbegood.net/Downloads/e-books/Buddhism%20For%20The%20Modern%20Skeptic%201_1.pdf
As for Yoga just use google. Learn the Sun Salutation first, be sure to stretch, and take it easy.
Jikan wrote:Hi Bhavana,
Well, here's a free resource that might be of interest: http://www.tendai.eu/82.html it's an online class you can do at your own pace.
Where are you in the world, roughly? we may be able to connect you to some of the local Buddhist fauna
justsit wrote:There's a center in Howell, NJ, very traditional Tibetan Gelugpa. Also there's KTCNJ, a Karma Kagyu center in Shamong, has many Chinese members but also does programs in English. If you're within commuting distance of Philly, there's an active Shambhala Center, and a Nalandabodhi center in Media as well.
Some of these websites need updating but the contact info should be OK.
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