Recent Blog Posts
from Oct 22-26 a group of 40 celibate Buddhist Monastics came to Deer Park
Wake Up is a movement for young adults for a healthy and compassionate society. Five monks and nuns from Deer Park will go on a tour together with 4 long term lay practitioners. Please help us share this good news!
over 100 people came for this weekend, including a couple of wonderful Dharma Teachers
a sharing by Sister Phu Nghiem
On Sunday May 6 over 300 people enjoyed celebrating the birth of the Buddha and at the same time touching mindfulness, understanding and love - the energies of a Buddha.
visit our brothers and sisters at Blue Cliff Monastery, NY through this article and pictures
come in contact with nature, the teaching and community of Deer Park in this lovely slideshow
written by David Percival, OI member and Sangha builder in Albuquerque
inspired poetry from the recent retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh here at Deer Park
staff and monastics sining - warming up for Family Retreat
images from events at Deer Park always available to us
share some of our joy from these retreats - look at these pictures
a message from Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh to the 8th United Nation International Vesak Conference 2011
a short video made by students about Deer Park Monastery
a documentary about his monastic students in the making - please help support
creativity in and for awakening
Twelve nuns and seven monks enjoyed a 5 night camping trip during our lazy period after this past Winter Retreat.
The lay and monastic community of Deer Park Monastery offered a day of mindfulness at the Ojai Foundation in Ojai. This is one of the first places where our teacher, Thay offered talks and retreats in California in the 1980s.
On Sunday February 20 we had our last class on the Fourteen Verses on Meditation here at Deer Park.