ANATTASATI MAGGA – A Buddhist Sangha for the Laity
Date(s) - 01/01/2019 - 12/31/2020
Anattasati Magga Buddhist Sangha
Sunday Service: Begin at 9:30am
1st Sunday – Morning Service
Daily Recitation, meditation; Sutra Chanting of Sandokai, Prajna Paramita Hridaya, Ancestral Lineage
2nd Sunday – Dogen’s Rules for Meditation Service
Recitation of Dogen’s Rules for Meditation; meditation
3rd Sunday – Puja Service
Puja and Women’s Lineage; meditation
4th Sunday – Vespers Service
Meditation; Vespers Chant
5th Sunday – Short Morning Service
Daily Recitation, Meditation, Kesa Verse
No registration for meditations or services necessary. Please arrive 10 minutes early if this is your first time. Also, if this is your first time, please click HERE to read our guidelines for visiting the Sangha.
32 Mineral Dust Drive, Asheville, NC 28806 We are less than 5 miles/12 minutes from the heart of downtown Asheville, we remain secluded to be private and peaceful. For directions please click HERE. Print the directions if this is your first time here as your GPS may not work.
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