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Organizations on meditation

  • Shabkar

    Shabkar promotes vegetarianism as a way of life for Buddhists of all schools. It is based on the teachings of Shabkar Tsodruk Rangdrol (1781-1851), a Tibetan yogi who espoused vegetarianism.

  • Jewish Domestic Violence Task Force of Central Massachusetts

    The Jewish Domestic Violence Task Force of Central Massachusetts provides counseling, mediation and other services to Jewish families. Among its clients are victims of domestic violence. It is based in Worcester, Mass. Contact Zelda Schwartz, past president.

    Contact: 508-755-3101.
  • Shamatha Project

    The Shamatha Project is a research project that is attempting to measure the human potential for happiness by studying the long-term benefits of meditative practice. It is a collaboration between neuroscientists and psychologists at the University of California and B. Alan Wallace, a Tibetan Buddhist monk who is founder and president of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies.

  • Silver Sage Village

    Silver Sage Village in Boulder, Colo., broke ground in August 2006 and is Colorado’s first cohousing development for seniors. With a spiritual core, the ecofriendly community has a common meditation room.

  • Elat Chayyim Retreat Center

    The Elat Chayyim Retreat Center is a place for spiritual contemplation for Jews. During the Labor Day weekend of 2006, the retreat moved from its longtime home in Accord, N.Y., to Falls Village, Conn.

    Contact: 800-398-2630.

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