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Disabled American Veteran Founded 501c3 Nonprofit Charity
We are a State of Florida Nonprofit Organization and IRS 501c3. Established in May 2006, founded by Michael Nolan a disable American Veteran . The American Buddhist Sangha & Farm ( Zen Do USA) is an educational, spiritual, and agriculturalcharitable non-profit IRS 501c3 established to facilitate the betterment. We exist to provide individuals with a process for living a happier life. We encourage one's personal and social well-being /spiritual growth by focusing on their present lives.We provide an assembly where all people who are interested in Tai Chi, Qi Gong, meditation, farming ,spirituality, and the principles and values of the American Buddhist Sangha & Farm can come together inunity, and the betterment of humanity; to operate for educational, life enriching, and charitable purposes.
The purpose of our organization is to promote the understanding of human potential in a safe environment while enhancing one’s body, spirit, and life which are portrayed through daily life choices, academic achievements, social life, and honing values such as determination, emotional balance, and discipline. We welcome you to come and enjoy our activities. Balance your life, explore harmonizing your spirit and mind. Have a bit fun in a relaxing atmosphere. Meet friendly outgoing individuals whiling learning Zen meditation, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Buddhism, and martial arts.
Why support American Buddhist Sangha / Zendo USA Non Profit?
Do you enjoy living every moment to its fullest?
Do you think that the cultivation of compassion is equally important to the world as love?
Do you believe that all beings are inclusively equal regardless of race, gender, and culture?
Do you enjoy being around happy people?
Would you like to be a member of a truly profound organization?
If yes, we invite you to become part of Zendo USA!!
American Buddhist Sangha : Assisting and inspiring sentient beings. We invite you to discover your human potential.
Our vision is to integrate all members of the community through the fabric of social and physical mindfulness, the way of oneness. We nurture the vision of a lifestyle that will enable individuals to develop and maintain both physical and mental well-being . We aspire to help each member achieve excellence in all aspects of their lives, physical, spiritual, and communal. We are comprised of groups of educators, students, professionals, and individuals who believe that through compassion, meditation, education, and positive action we can make a difference in our world. We are dedicated individuals with a common vision: committed to peace, education, non-violent conflict resolution, kindness, personal empowerment, community activism, and sustainability.
The core of our approach is The way of Oneness. This idea The way of oneness is one of our most basic principles and pervades within in all of our activities. For we are all connected by a common bond the desire to know self.
We are committed to expanding the idea of Oneness in every aspect of our lives. Each member is a diplomat sharing the nature ofOneness in their own way.Each diplomat will share, teach, and explore, their understanding of the nature of Oneness within their chosen media, action / non action. They are free to move, observe, reflect, including the esoteric awareness for the way we treat our world, neighbors, friends, family, them selves; and the way we consume, think, and behave. Michael Nolan, Ph.D.
I am dedicated to preserving and promoting the ideals, practices, and spirituality of our American Buddhist Sangha and our sister organizations: courtesy, love, compassion, forgiveness, integrity, humility, and self-control. Our open approach concentrates on individual growth and human potential. Our organization is like no other. We are committed to making the world a safer more humane and peaceful planet......