The most profound and subtle Dharma is all contained in the scriptures
Join us on every Sunday’s group practices and meditation, Dharma talk by our masters, to let you understand more about Buddhism study.
Amitabha Blessing & Bardo Ceremony
Sunday April 2 at 1:00 pm
Sharing Buddha Dharma With Communities
Serving our local community can be an incredibly rewarding experience that not only benefits those around you but also enriches your own life. When you volunteer, donate or participate in community initiatives, you have the power to make a positive impact on the lives of your neighbors and strengthen the bonds that connect us all.
The Western True Buddha Assembly, Maha Twin Lotus Ponds, the Eighteen Mahapadmakumaras, the Holy Revered One Robed in White, the Holy Red Crown Vajra Master, the Secret Master of the Realm of Vajra-mantra, the Great Enlightened Founder of Ling Xian True Buddha School
We have dharma members loves to share their learning experience in English and Chinese
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ALL ABOUT BUDDHA
What We Believe
Who is Buddha
Buddha, also known as Siddhartha Gautama, was born in Lumbini, Nepal. Was an ancient Indian philosopher and spiritual leader who lived around the 5th century BCE. He is considered the founder of Buddhism, one of the major world religions.
After years of practicing meditation and asceticism, Buddha finally achieved enlightenment under a Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, India. He spent the rest of his life teaching others about his insights and principles, which became the foundation of Buddhism.
Buddha’s teachings have had a profound impact on the world, influencing not only religion but also philosophy, psychology, and many other fields. His ideas have been translated into numerous languages and continue to inspire millions of people around the globe.