Dr Frederick Lenz, Rama, was an enlightened teacher who taught a combination of Buddhism, Mysticism and Hinduism from the early 1970's until his death in 1998. Rama dedicated his life to the proposition that Westerners in a fast-paced modern world can achieve spiritual enlightenment, without religious ceremony, through meditation, mindfullness and related spiritual practices.

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Bakersfield Meditation Society
Meditation group based in Bakersfield, California. Includes schedule and information about meditation.
Dharmakaya Meditation Center
Classes in New York City. Includes schedule and information about Rama.
Flowergirl's Tribute to Rama
Recounts the author's experience of this teacher, and details what she has learnt from him.
The Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism
The Foundation is dedicated to promoting the benefits of Zen Buddhism, meditation, yoga and related Buddhist practices, including Tantric Buddhism, Vajrayana Buddhism and Tibetan yoga. The Foundation will make grants to qualified charitable organizations.
iMeditate
Contains information about meditation, career success, martial arts and sports based on the teachings of Frederick Lenz.
Rama - Dr. Frederick Lenz
Official site includes an interview and information about this teacher's writings, and his work in computer science and music.
RamaLila
Information about Rama and his students. Includes articles, student experiences, eBooks, a message board and information about classes.
San Diego Dharma Center
Workshops on meditation and mindfullness. Site contains articles about meditation, teacher information and a class schedule.
Surfing the Himalayas
Describes two novels by Frederick Lenz that present Eastern spiritual concepts in an entertaining manner. Includes an interview with the author, audio and video clips, reviews and e-cards.
Zen Master Rama
Contains information about the Tantric Zen teachings of Frederick Lenz.
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