This is an informal Saturday morning program focused on investigating Buddhist teachings for creating ease and skillful response in our daily life. The program begins with a talk on a Buddhist topic or Buddhist view of current events, followed by a discussion and a short meditation. The topics are aimed at the beginner as well as the advanced practitioner. Everyone is welcome. Saturday mornings 8:30 – 8:50 a.m. meditation 9 – 10:30 a.m. lecture & discussion Day and night Night and day, The way of Dharma as everyday life; In each act our hearts Resonate with the call of the sutra. Dōgen Zenji (trans. Steven...Read More
Each week Shinshu finds and comments upon a quotation that she thinks is relevant to our practice. We do not post all of the quotations and commentaries. If you would like to subscribe the the list serve and receive the weekly quotations please write us at email@example.com.Read More
Daijaku’s book “Trust, Realization, and the Self in Soto Zen Practice is available through the University of Hawaii Press. 230pp. Cloth – Price: $45.00 ISBN: 978-1-886439-59-7
Rev. Daijaku Kinst will be offering a series of lectures on Soto Zen on four Saturdays beginning February 20th through March 12th. The series is based upon teaching from her book “Trust, Realization, and the Self in Soto Zen Practice.” These lectures are appropriate for everyone: beginners and those who are experienced practitioners. Suggested donation is $10 per talk.
Tuesday and Thursday a.m. Zazen: 6:45-7:25 a.m. Service: 7:25-7:45 a.m. Community Bow-in: 7:45-8 a.m. Friday morning well-being/gratitude service: 9 a.m. zazen followed by service. Saturday Dharma Talk: 8:30 a.m. zazen, 9 a.m. Dharma Talk.