Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery
The Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery (ABM) was launched January 18, 1998 by the Thai and American Buddhist community of Washington state. This Buddhist Temple was certified as a “not-for-profit” corporation of the State of Washington on 22 April 1998. We are a small humble Buddhist monastery tucked away in a serene corner of Woodinville among acres of wooded land. The monastery follows Theravada Buddhist tradition. This place opens to everyone regardless of their belief, socioeconomic status or background. The general philosophy that keeps this place running is “Generosity is not just about material, but also about time, service and giving themselves.” The act of giving would result in building self-confidence at giving and receiving ends. The quality much needed to bring a higher degree of self-acceptance and self-contented.
Every Wednesday evening at 7 pm we have a Meditation practice. It starts with chanting in Pali and English, followed by a 45 minute meditation, a break for tea, and then a Dhamma talk in English. All are welcome, no meditation experience is necessary.
19301 176th Avenue Northeast Woodinville Washington 98072 United States.