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NDF_logo_squareNatural Dharma Fellowship is a Buddhist community that supports the transmission and cultivation of contemplative and ethical practices for a better world. We believe that the inner development of compassion and wisdom facilitates authentic transformation in our workplace, family, relationships, community and society as a whole. We support the transmission of traditional Buddhist lineage teachings and also encourage an active and ongoing integration of these teachings into the many contexts of modern American life. We offer programs for caregivers, artists, educators, activists, and the LGBT community, as well as a robust program of training for those wishing to follow the traditional Buddhist path. Guided by Lama Willa Miller, our non-profit organization supports practice groups in the Northeastern United States, and offers contemplative retreats at our retreat center in New Hampshire, Wonderwell Mountain Refuge. Our core teachers are trained primarily in the Tibetan tradition of Buddhism (the Kagyu and Nyingma lineages), but we host teachers from other wisdom traditions as well.

  1. The Wisdom Body: A Yoga and Meditation Retreat Comments Off
  2. Anam Thubten on “Teaching Dharma in the West” at Harvard Divinity School Comments Off
  3. Teaching Dharma in the West (an Asian Perspective) Comments Off
  4. Journal of Global Buddhism review of The Arts of Contemplative Care Comments Off
  5. Eco-Dharma Conference Crowdfunding! Comments Off
  6. Buddhist Geeks Episode 323: Bodhisattva Activist Comments Off
  7. Buddhist Geeks Episode 322: Eco-Dharma Comments Off
  8. Sacred World with Lama Willa and Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel Comments Off
  9. Board Meeting Minutes, April 2014 Comments Off
  10. Dissertation Reviews features Lama Willa’s work Comments Off
  11. Board Meeting Minutes, February 2014 Comments Off
  12. New NDF board member Comments Off
  13. Registration Open: Summer retreat Comments Off
  14. Board Meeting Minutes, December 2013 Comments Off
  15. Buddhadharma: Reviews: Investigating the Subtle Body Comments Off
  16. Wonderwell Mountain Refuge Affordability Policies Comments Off
  17. Board Meeting Minutes, September 2013 Comments Off
  18. Wonderwell featured in two NH Magazines Comments Off
  19. New York Times Op-ed: The Morality of Meditation Comments Off
  20. Live Teachings Schedule is now available Comments Off
  21. Natural Dharma Fellowship’s First Visioning Meeting Comments Off
  22. January Visioning Image- Growing in Place, Building a Firm Foundation Comments Off
  23. A Conversation about the Arts of Contemplative Care Comments Off
  24. Tara Statue has arrived! Comments Off
  25. Everyday Dharma makes it to a Kindle edition! Comments Off
  26. Wonderwell Mountain Refuge Comments Off
  27. January 12th Freestyle Practice Intensive Comments Off
  28. Everyday Dharma iTunes Companion Comments Off
  29. Seven Month Compassion Series Comments Off