A Traditional Buddhist Ceremony of Atonement and Purification
Followed by Sangha Tea
Fusatsu is an ancient Buddhist chanting and bowing ceremony of atonement and purification that provides us with the opportunity to acknowledge our deep karmic entanglements.There will be a talk on one of the Bodhisattva precepts.
5:30pm –“ 6:00 zazen
6:00 –“ 6:05 slow kinhin
6:05 –“ 6:30 zazen
6:30 –“ 6:35 slow kinhin
6:35 –“ 7:20 Fusatsu ceremony
Followed by sangha tea which ends around 8
Practitioners are encouraged to attend the periods of zazen preceding Fusatsu.
Sangha Tea is an informal time to meet other sangha members and teachers. Light refreshments are served.