Join us for an evening of meditation, walking meditation, and a dharma talk on buddhist philosophy in a welcoming and supportive atmosphere. This is an opportunity to touch into our innate clarity, compassion, and wisdom through both study and practice.
This evening’s dharma talk will be led by Roshi Enkyo O’Hara, Abbot of the Village Zendo. She received priest ordination from Maezumi Roshi and Dharma Transmission and Inka from Bernie Tetsugen Glassman. Roshi Enkyo’s lineage comes through Maezumi Roshi whose teaching was uncommon, bringing together Soto priest training and study of the Rinzai koan system. Moreover, Roshi Glassman’s focus on social engagement and peacemaking underlies much of her vision of Zen practice.
Roshi is a Founding Teacher of the Zen Peacemaker Family, a spiritual and social action association. Roshi’s focus is on the expression of Zen through caring, service, and creative response. Her Five Expressions of Zen form the matrix of study at the Village Zendo: Meditation, Study, Communication, Action, and Caring.
Join us at any time between zazen (meditation) periods and kinhin (walking meditation).
5:30 — 6:00 zazen
6:00 — 6:05 slow kinhin
6:05 — 6:30 zazen
6:30 — 6:35 slow kinhin
6:35 — 7:05 dharma talk
7:05 — 7:10 four vows
Suggested donation: $10