"It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles."

- The Buddha

Our Vision

To bring Buddhist mindfulness strategies to all interested people in the Northwest, regardless of creed, class, immigration status or sexual orientation.

Who We Are

Plum Mountain Buddhist Community is a collection of spiritual eccentrics who are trying to practice the methods of the historical Buddha.

Upcoming Events

  • October 27, 2014 6:30 AMMorning Meditation and Service
  • October 27, 2014 6:30 PMEvening Meditation and Service
  • October 28, 2014 6:30 AMMorning Meditation and Service
  • October 28, 2014 6:30 PMEvening Meditation and Service
  • October 30, 2014 6:30 PMBuddhist 12-Step Study Group
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Community Meditation Class – December 4th 2012

This History of Buddhist Food Practice – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – Sept 5th 2012

The Way of No Home – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – Aug 16th 2012

On Clinging – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – July 10th 2012

Trance of Unworthiness – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – June 19th 2012

You Get What You Get – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – June 12th 2012

Where is the Real Me? – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – May 29th 2012

Attention’s Loose Sieve – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – May 22nd 2012

Behaving Like a Buddhist – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – May 15th 2012

Ripening into Simplicity: A Buddhist Strategy for Elderhood – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – May 1st 2012

Waking Up Together – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – April 24th 2012

Mother Teresa and the “F” Word – by Kobai Scott...

Community Meditation Class – April 3rd 2012

The 5 Precepts – by Jeff...