List Your Sangha
We are happy to share information about Sanghas that practice in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh via our directory.
Please email additions or changes to email@example.com.
Include the Sangha name, city, and state. Updates will be posted within two to four weeks.
Form a Sangha
No Sangha in your area? View our list
of individuals who have expressed an interest in
beginning a Sangha or add your own.
A community of Buddhist practitioners is referred to as a "Sangha" (Sanskrit for inseparable).
It can include both monastics and lay practitioners. As the third jewel of Buddhism, Sanghas offer a deep well of support and wisdom.
As Thich Nhat Hanh cautioned: "If you are without a sangha you lose your practice very soon."
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Order of Interbeing
The Order of Interbeing
in Vietnamese) is a community of both monastics and lay practitioners who have committed to living their lives in
accordance with the Fourteen Mindfulness Trainings.
It was established by Thich Nhat Hanh and his associates in the mid-1960s at a time when the Vietnam War was escalating and the teachings of the Buddha were desperately needed to combat the hatred, violence, and divisiveness enveloping his country.
photo by Robin Johnson