Open Gate Sangha, Inc.
Gate Sangha supports the teachings of Adyashanti by making them
available to all who sincerely yearn for peace and freedom.
Our ultimate purpose is to serve the awakening of truth.
Founded in 1996 in the San Francisco Bay area, Open Gate Sangha
today reaches people around the world who are naturally drawn
to the sincerity and depth of Adyashanti’s message—and
most of all to his emphasis on truth, and not the teacher.
Our small staff and many dedicated volunteers coordinate Adyashanti’s
travel plans and events, produce a wide range of publications,
maintain this website, and make Adyashanti’s teachings available online.
Above all, we remain committed to letting truth be our guide—the
truth that looks out from everyone’s eyes, and sees only
itself wherever it looks.
Open Gate Sangha, Inc. is a nonprofit, tax–exempt organization.
All donations to Open Gate Sangha are tax-deductible. Retreat and Intensive
fees are not considered donations.
Those who feel called to financially support Adyashanti’s teaching
work may contribute to one or more of the following funds: Publishing
Fund, Scholarship Fund, and General Fund. (The General Fund is for the
day-to-day operations that make Adyashanti’s satsangs, intensives,
retreats, and travels possible.)
Making a Donation
Open Gate Sangha offers a limited number of scholarships to
local intensives and retreats for those who need financial assistance.
Scholarships are awarded based on a number of criteria, including
availability of scholarship funds, applicant’s financial
need, and prior scholarships awarded to the applicant. Many
thanks to those who have made contributions to the Scholarship
Details about financial
assistance for intensives.
Details about financial assistance
Spiritual Director: Adyashanti
President: Jerilyn Munyon
Vice President: Mukti
Secretary: Don Oakley
Treasurer: Julie Zeise
The Open Gate Sangha Office in San Jose, CA
“Serving the Truth becomes our life instead of just an
isolated event. It takes the abstractness out of spirituality.
That’s the opportunity of real spirituality: to be in
service to the silence of the heart.”