Links & Bibliography
Links to Related Zen Sites
Three Treasures Sangha of the Pacific Northwest: www.three-treasures-sangha.org
Robert Aitken Roshi: www.robertaitken.net
Diamond Sangha: www.ciolek.com/WWWVLPages/ZenPages/DiamondSangha.html
Links to Other Buddhist Friends in Eastern Washington
Benefaction Sangha of Spokane: Ordinary Mind Zen lineage of Joko Beck http://www.nwdharma.org/
Zen Community: Palouse Zen Community is a Buddhist lay group practicing in
the Zen and Mindfulness traditions in Moscow, Idaho.
Buddhist Temple:In the Japanese Jodo Shinshu Pure Land tradition, this temple
offers a Sunday morning or afternoon service format with occasional visiting priests.
Vipassana Community: Vipassana (Recollective Awareness) is a way to cultivate
greater awareness of one's inner world. It is a gentle approach to meditation,
which allows one's meditative experience to unfold naturally.
Tibetan Buddhist monastic community established an hour's drive north of Spokane,
near Newport. Ven. Thubten Chodron founded Sravasti Abbey and resides there.
Links to Community Building Organizations
and Justice Action League of Spokane: The Peace and Justice Action League
of Spokane (PJALS) is a local, membership organization committed to involving
individuals and local communities in building foundations for a just and nonviolent
Futurewise (formerly 1000 Friends of Washington) works to protect Washington's
farms,forests and open space while keeping our communities great places to live.
Air Community Radio: 95.3 FM KYRS. Thin Air Radio fills needs that other media
do not, providing programming to diverse communities and unserved or underserved
Books by Robert Aitken Roshi
Dragon Who Never Sleeps. Berkeley, CA: Parallax Press, 1992.
Other Helpful Books
Nelson & Jack Shoemaker. The Roaring Stream: A New Zen Reader. Hopewell,
NJ: The Ecco Press, 1996.
For more reading suggestions, visit www.three-treasures-sangha.org/orientation.html and click on the Bibliography of Suggested Readings.
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