Please consider joining us for a book study and discussion beginning in late February 2021. We will be taking up a collection of writings by our late teacher and founder of the White Plum Asanga, Taizan Maezumi, Roshi. In Appreciate Your Life: The Essence of Zen Practice, Maezumi Roshi provides short, accessible explorations of topics including zazen, koans, and shikantaza, as well as the intimate relationship between our practice and our lives. The book will surely speak to the questions and curiosities of seasoned practitioners and beginners alike.
We will meet semi-monthly via Zoom video chat for approximately one-hour beginning at 9:30 AM, on February 28, March 14, March 28, and April 11. Our discussion moderator, postulant priest Kevin Muzo Holohan, will choose a selection of readings and provide questions for consideration prior to each meeting.
This is just a friendly reminder that Great Wave Zen Sangha will be holding a period of zazen tonight via Zoom, starting promptly at 7:15 PM.
I know that votes in the presidential election are still being counted, and you may feel a compulsion to watch news outlets this evening, instead of sitting zazen. That is fine. There has never been a better time to find your center, your true home, than now.
To protect the security of our online sessions, we ask that everyone complete our registration form. It’s free and easy to do. Once registered, you will receive an email with a link that can be used to join the online Zoom video conferencing session. You need only register once to join all future zazen sessions.
The Myogenji temple here in Ludington has been closed since last March when the coronavirus pandemic began to shutter schools and many other kinds of institutions and businesses. Now, after more than six months, the rate Continue reading “Great Wave to Hold Zazen Via Zoom”