Online Practice

Online Practice

Even though we can’t meet in person during this time, we are offering online practice to help our community stay calm and connected. Join us for our online practice to cultivate serenity and compassion for yourself and others.
Click any of the schedule times below to join us. (via Zoom)


Sunday Dharma Service 11:00 am – 12:15 pm (ET): Meditation & Dharma Talk
Meeting ID: 714 109 4609, Passcode: 3844
Learn how Won Buddhism and Meditation can enhance your life. It includes sitting, chanting meditation, and dharma talk on Buddhist teachings and practice.


21-Day Morning Meditation Challenge 6 – 7am (ET): Jan 3 – 24, 2022
Join us for a 21-day morning meditation to start your day with a calm and clear mind, which helps develop and deepen daily mindfulness practice. Let us begin each day with a peaceful mind, gratitude, and the intention to live the day and life we wish.


Feb-Challenge: Evening Meditation & Journaling: Every Monday to Friday in February, 9 – 9:30pm (ET) From Tuesday, February 1, through Monday, February 28
You are invited to participate in a 30-minute evening practice of meditation and dharma journaling to close your day in peace. After a long day at work, school, home or wherever you are, you deserve some time for yourself to simply relax and decompress. This quiet time will offer you a peaceful way to wind down from your day and recenter your body and mind for a sound sleep. READ MORE


Sustaining Our Community

If you find yourself experiencing financial challenges, please know that all of our programs are available without charge, and we welcome your presence. If you are fortunate enough to continue making an income, please consider offering an online donation HERE. Any amount coming from your heart is helpful and greatly appreciated. 

Online Practice Guidelines

Minimize visual distractions for others.
– Consider what is showing behind you.
– It’s best to put the camera at eye level, so that when you’re looking at the screen, it appears as if you’re looking at the person you’re talking to

Mute yourself when not speaking even if you’re alone in the room.
– Your microphone can pick up a lot of background noise, so muting allows others on the call to easily hear who’s speaking.
– Please keep your mic muted during chanting. Unfortunately, our chanting over an online meeting connection is not going to be in sync.

Sit up, rather than lying on your bed or the couch (if physically possible), as if you are in the meditation hall. Use your cushion or a straight-backed chair.

Please join the session 5-10 minutes before the scheduled start time, so as to be seated and settled in place before the practice begins.

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