On the third Saturday of each month the Recovery Dharma Online community (sangha) meets to discuss the functioning of our meetings and plans for the future. In Buddhist communities, planning committees like ours are often referred to as an Intersangha. Learn more about our governance and decision-making on the About RDO page.
Meeting facilitators are encouraged to attend, and all community members are welcome to participate as well!
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A RECOVERY MEETING! There is no meditation at Intersangha meetings, and the focus is on efficiently sharing resources and making decisions about the community in support of all our other, recovery-focused, meetings.
This meeting uses the Zoom videoconferencing videoconferencing software which supports both internet and telephone.
To join using a laptop or smartphone, click the link above, which should open the Zoom app if you have it installed, or prompt you to download it if you don’t.
Zoom URL: https://zoom.us/j/626648758
You can read the notes from previous meetings on our Google Doc Rolling Agenda:
If you’d like to suggest a topic for discussion at these meetings, please let us know about it via the contact form or by posting on the RDO Facebook Group. Learn more about our governance and decision-making on the About RDO page.
Intersangha meetings last 1 hour and follow the set agenda described below.
- Attendance listing
- Meeting updates from facilitators
- Reports from Treasurer, Web team, RD Global
- Disscussion and decision about issues affecting the community
- Dedication of Merit
Please arrive early: feel free to join 15 minutes prior to the meeting to check your technology is working and to socialize.
Everything seen and heard in Recovery Dharma meetings is strictly private and confidential.
Name and contact info: Zoom should ask you for your name the first time you log in. Be careful to use the name you would like to be visible during the meeting. You may also change your name during the meeting using the meeting settings.
Audio and video: Attendees are able to share their webcam video and audio if they would like to, or disable one or both for privacy.