These are peer-led groups run by our community members, and are not directly affiliated by Dharma Treasure.

Saturday Sangha

European practice and support group. Read more.

ha’Mind Muar

A group aiming for complete enlightenment through TMI. Read more.

Off The Cushion

A group dedicated to all things off the cushion, contemplation, restraint, seclusion, arts & craft, magic, sutta reading, chanting etc. Read more.

Saturday Sangha

Who is it for

People in European time zones but anyone able to attend at the meeting times are welcome regardless of their location. The group is open to anyone from beginners to experienced practitioners, we have members across a wide range of experiences and backgrounds.

When is it

We meet multiple times a week over video chat. Members are free to engage to whatever degree they feel is beneficial, including setting their own schedule for the Saturday group sit.


Monday: 7:30 – 9:00 PM GMT / 8:30 – 10:00 PM CET

Thursday: 7:00 – 8:30 PM GMT / 8:00 – 9:30 PM CET

Saturday: Group sit: 6:00 – 11:00 AM GMT / 7:00 AM– 12:00 PM CET. Discussion: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM GMT / 12:00 – 1:30 PM CET


In addition to these meeting times we offer regular peer-run practice workshops and host a variety of guest speakers.


Signup page:
Main email:

What it is about

The function of our group it to support the practice of our members in any way that they deem beneficial. We provide a forum in which to discuss our practice, seek advice from other practitioners, give advice to other practitioners and to explore various practices from within the TMI framework and beyond. We are non-sectarian and welcome input from members from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience; our diversity is our strength.

What we will do

We are open to all dimensions of practice that our members are willing to explore. If you find something beneficial to your practice, chances are someone else will and we invite you to share it with us. Likewise, if there is something you’d like to explore, chances are someone in the group already has or at least is willing to explore with you.


ha’Mind Muar

(Hebrew for “The Mind Illuminated”. Pronounced: moo-ARE)

Who is it For?

The group is open for all who wish to awaken, become liberated of all suffering, and reach the ultimate goal of Complete Enlightenment. If you’re willing to place Right Effort and work diligently for your liberation, we’d be happy to have you with us.

When is it?

Email Oded Raz, (+972-52-4341771) should you wish to join.


What is it About?

The group is dedicated to meditating and training the mind, as instructed in the book “The Mind Illuminated“, with the explicit goal of reaching liberation from all suffering, also called “Awakening” or “Enlightenment”. We also study supportive Buddhist wisdom beyond the scope of TMI.

What Will We Do?

  • Achieve mastery of The Mind Illuminated
  • Climb up The Elephant Path all the way up to Stage Ten
  • Explore Buddhist wisdom
  • We’ll go, go, go beyond, go completely beyond – to Enlightenment!


Off the Cushion

Who is it for

The group is open to anyone but intended for experienced practitioners. We will try to keep groups intimate and break into smaller groups if the groups get too big.

When is it

Every other Thursday starting the 21th of May 2020, 5:30pm Pacific time / 8:30pm Eestern time.
Email if you want to join.

What it is about

This group will explore the multitude of spiritual practices the Buddhist tradition has to offer, beyond the typical sitting meditation taught in the west. Whether you are serious about your meditation practice, or simply want to add more tools to your spiritual toolbox, this is a good group to find peers and inspiration.

What we will do

The main purpose of the group is to support people’s practice, but also inspire members by sharing practices and exploring themes. Example topics we will explore includes:

  • Mindfulness of death, unpleasant aspects etc
  • Walking, laying down, standing and bowing meditation
  • Contemplation
  • Restraint
  • Seclusion
  • Arts & Craft
  • Magic
  • Sutta reading
  • Chanting
  • Nondual practises
  • Dancing

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