Independent Meditation Center Guide

""Karma," he [Buddha] often said, "is intention": i.e., a movement of the mind that occurs each time we think, speak, or act. By being mindful of this process, we come to understand how intentions lead to habitual patterns of behavior, which in turn affect the quality of our experience."
Stephen Batchelor, Buddhism Without Beliefs.

E-Vam Buddhist Institute
171 Water Street
Chatham,  New York   12037
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Tibetan Kagyu/Nyingma
Email Click to contact via e-mail
Phone 518-392-6900
Center's Description
E-Vam Buddhist Insitute of New York seeks to foster the study and practice of the Kagyu and Nyingma lineages of Tibetan Buddhism in the west. E-Vam Institute works to promote understanding between the Buddhist traditions and the other major faith tranditions in the world as well as bring greater understanding between the various Buddhist schools and lineages themselves.

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