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Posts from the ‘Zen Practice’ Category

10
Apr

Featured Photos April 13

Tassajara Shuso Gengyoko Tim Wicks with Abbot Rinso Ed Sattizahn on April 2. Green Gulch Farm Shuso Marcia Lieberman with Abbess Furyu Schroeder on April 10. Photos by Shundo David Haye.

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5
Apr

Buddha’s Diet: A Book Reading with Dan Zigmond on Friday, May 19

Friday, May 19, 7:30 – 9 pm
City Center, 300 Page Street, San Francisco

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27
Feb

Inside Vasubandhu’s Yogacara – Friday, March 31

Ben Connelly will present a book reading on his Inside Vasubandhu’s Yogacara using examples from current events to talk about the practice of Yogacara.

Friday, March 31, 7:30 – 9 pm, by donation
San Francisco Zen Center, 300 Page Street

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19
Jan

Three Practice Offerings from Urban Dharma Teacher Ryushin Paul Haller

Ryushin Paul Haller is offering three opportunities this winter and spring to develop and deepen your practice at City Center.

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18
Jan

Letter from Central Abbess Linda Ruth Cutts

Dear Friends,

Returning from the fall practice period, the 98th at Tassajara, a time of zazen, solitude, study―and very little media―into the swirl and intensity of 2017, I encountered the many challenges that are before us, face-to-face.

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11
Jan

Featured Photo January 12

There was a Jukai/Lay Initiation Ceremony at City Center on January 7, 2017. Photos by Sandy Lamerson.

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10
Jan

Lion’s Roar Weekend Event Co-Sponsored by San Francisco Zen Center

Lion’s Roar presents its first event of 2017 – a weekend of Buddhist discussion, dialogue, and debate on January 27 and 28. Sponsored by: Khyentse Foundation and San Francisco Zen Center.

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27
Dec

Just Sitting on Inauguration Day: January 20

An afternoon of Just Sitting, Friday, January 20, 1 – 5:15 pm
At San Francisco Zen Center, 300 Page Street

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14
Dec

New Year’s Eve and Day at GGF and CC

New Year’s Events at our two public temples.

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16
Nov

Being Inspired by Samantabhadra

This holiday season, we’re taking inspiration from the Bodhisattva Samantabhadra, who is often linked to beneficial activity. Read more