CONNECTING SECULAR BUDDHISTS WORLDWIDE

SECULAR BUDDHISM

Essential elements & key ideas of secular dharma

DEBATE & DIALOGUE

Fostering debate and dialogue among practitioners

GROUPS & SANGHAS

Connect with secular Buddhists worldwide

COURSES & RETREATS

Explore secular dharma through courses & retreats

MEDITATION

Different ways to meditate from a secular perspective

SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT

Creating a culture of awakening

CREATING COMMUNITY

Starting & sustaining secular Buddhist sanghas

BOOKS & TALKS

Books, articles & talks on secular Buddhism

THE NETWORK

Eight ways to connect with SBN

MEDITATION GROUP

SBN sponsors an online meditation group on Sunday for secular Buddhist meditators.

DISCUSSION GROUP

Our online discussion group meets the third Thursday of each month to discuss different aspects of a secular dharma.

SBN'S ONLINE COURSE

SBN offers a free online course exploring the key ideas and practices of secular Buddhism.

AGING GROUP

This online group meets the second and last Monday of every month to explore how to respond skillfully to the process of aging.

LOOKING FOR A SANGHA?

SBN has a private listing you can join to meet others and form a sangha in your geographical area.

READING GROUP

SBN's Reading Group meets online the first Thursday of each month and focuses on topics related to a secular dharma.

SECULAR DHARMA & POLITICAL ACTIVISM

This group meets online the first Friday of each month to explore how secular Buddhists can be politically engaged.

SECULAR BUDDHIST ZEN PUB

A Saturday morning weekly zoom that is easy to drop in on and which will reward you with dharma insights and friendships.

FEATURED POSTS & MEETINGS

Rethinking the Dharma / Reimagining Community #58 July 2024

An introduction to secular Buddhism

Our diverse paths to secular Buddhism

The core concept of secular Buddhism: the four tasks

What kind of Buddhist are you?

Upcoming courses and retreats for secular Buddhists

A secular approach to practicing meditation

Ongoing meetings of secular Buddhist groups and sanghas

Three marks of existence, or three factors of human experience?

SOME OF OUR CONTRIBUTORS

LINDA MODARO
BERNAT FONT
STEPHEN BATCHELOR
LORNA EDWARDS
MARTINE BATCHELOR

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