Buddhism and Jizo Links

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Buddhism and Jizo Links 2024-05-18T12:55:22-07:30

For more Buddhism and Jizo information and inspired items, please follow the links below:

Additional Information:

  • ZenWorks Store: The Zen Community of Oregon provides a wonderful Jizo page with images and historical information.


  • Great Vow Monastery: A residential Zen Buddhist training monastery guided by the Bodhisattva’s vows to help relieve suffering in the world. Their practice is a synthesis of Soto and Rinzai Zen traditions informed by the practice and study of Jan Chozen Bays, Roshi and Hogen Bays, Sensei.
  • Jizo Peace Center: Dedicated to the protection and well-being of all children, all travelers and all peoples. The Center provides scholarships, awards, community projects, concerts, and other events to promote peace and harmony for all.
  • Pine Wind Zen Center: Established in 2000 by Seijaku Roshi and his monks and students. The center offers public programs in meditation, monthly Dharma talks, Buddhist Studies, Zen Training Programs and Zen Life Counseling and Coaching.
  • Mountains and Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism: Ann organization of associated temples, practice centers and sitting groups in the United States and abroad. The MRO was founded by Zen Master John Daido Loori, Roshi in 1980. It is inspired by the teachings of Zen Master Dogen as presented in his “Mountains and Rivers Sutra.”

Jewelry, Accessories & Gifts:

  • Dharma Crafts: Inspiration for your meditation practice and everyday life. For 32 years, the Buddhist community has relied on DharmaCrafts for quality meditation supplies.
  • Shanti Boutique: A source of Buddhist jewelry, pendants, earrings, charms.
  • Sacred Charms: Inspired and balanced jewelry, Sacred Charms creates handmade yoga and spiritual jewelry.
  • Sananda Shop: The Sananda Spiritual Center carries a selection of spiritually inspiring jewelry and gifts.
  • Eyeongs: Tibetan Jewelry and accessories, Buddha art and artisan jewelry.
  • The Buddha Garden: Hindu and Buddhist jewelry. Several products carried support foundations and charities in Asia, and they have a yearly fundraiser to help a daycare center for disadvantaged children in the slums of Bangkok.