Buddhism Resources

What Buddhism Resources Are on Social Media?

Where can you find Buddhist teachers and Buddhism resources online? Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have lots of options!

Social media sites has many teachers and websites that can help you with understanding, and practicing, Buddhism.  

Buddhist teachers, groups, and authors can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to help you learn Buddhism!


Here are some ways you can connect on Facebook:


Here are some channels/creators on YouTube you will enjoy related to Buddhism (there are of course many more, but these should get you started):

And here are some YouTube auto-generated topic channels:


You can also follow my list on Twitter of Buddhism accounts for easy access.

  • @alanpeto: Helping beginners understand Buddhism.
  • @SanathaVihariLA: Venerable Santhavihari Los Angeles (American Theravada monk who presents the Dhamma in english and spanish.
  • @AniPemaChodron: Pema Chödrön is an American Buddhist nun in the lineage of the Tibetan Buddhist master Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, founder of the Shambhala Buddhist tradition.
  • @BuddhaBrainiac: Helping beginners learn #Buddhism with bite sized articles and videos!
  • @buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly Online.
  • @Buddhism_Now: Buddhism Now is an online Buddhist magazine based upon the teachings of the Buddha.
  • @tricyclemag: Tricycle: The Buddhist Review | teachings, wisdom, and critique.
  • @thichnhathanh: Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist. This official account is supported and monitored by lay and monastic dharma teachers.
  • @LionsRoar: The Lion’s Roar Foundation is a mission-driven, reader-supported publisher of Buddhist teachings, news, and perspectives.
  • @WisdomPubs: Nonprofit publisher of Buddhist and mindfulness books, online courses, videos, podcasts, & more. Your connection to authentic Buddhism.

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