Hi Sangha and Friends,
The name of the site of a sangha group's practice is location-specific. Thus, our Renfrew meeting site is called Akasha-loka, the Realm of Infinite Possibility. When we began in Carleton Place we named our site Dana-loka, The Realm of Generosity.
We are about to start practice in a new site, the Marguerite Centre in Pembroke, and we are invited to name that site. When we met there a few years ago, we used the wink-wink name of Anicca-loka, The Realm of Impermanence, partly because we set up/took down every time. It was kind of a floating location.
What are your thoughts? Should we resume Anicca-loka or have you another suggestions?
We have used "loka" (place, realm, abode) but its equally common to use geography names like 'such and such' mountain or river.
in the Dharma,
PS to Kanzan - what about your site? Has it a name yet?