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Posts tagged ‘Suzuki Roshi’

5
Sep

Featured Photo September 12

Kobun Chino, Shunryu Suzuki, Li Gotami (born Ratti Petit in Bombay 1906, died 1988; wife of Lama Govinda), Lama Govinda (born Ernst Hoffmann in Germany 1898, died 1985), with a group of Zen students at Tassajara, fall 1968. Photo by Tim Buckley.

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6
Jun

Featured Photo June 27

Shunryu Suzuki opening a ceremony at City Center/Beginner’s Mind Temple in June 1971. Photographer unknown.

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16
Apr

Featured Photo April 18

Shunryu Suzuki Roshi in the Abbot’s Cabin at Tassajara in 1969. Photographer unknown.

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14
Aug

Featured Photo August 16

Rinso-in, the temple in Japan where Shunryu Suzuki Roshi was the resident priest. It is now overseen by his son Hoitsu and grandson Shungo. Photo from 1996 by Bill Schwob.

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May

Featured Photo May 31

The November 21, 1971, Mountain Seat Ceremony at City Center. Photographer unknown.

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29
Dec

Featured Photo January 4

Shunryu Suzuki at Stepping Down / Mountain Seat Ceremony at Rinso-in (in Japan) on October 23, 1966. Photographer unknown.

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16
Oct

Featured Photo October 19

Shunryu Suzuki Roshi sitting zazen (meditation) in the original zendo at Tassajara, 1969. Photo by Alan Marlowe.

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3
Aug

Featured Photo August 10

In 1967, Suzuki Roshi gesturing “little bit” as he and Bob Watkins moved stones at Tassajara. Photo by James Hatch.

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11
Jul

Featured Photo July 13

A group at Sokoji in 1964. Photo by Joan B. Mayer. Mel Weitsman is to the left of Richard Baker who is sitting behind Suzuki Roshi.

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23
Mar

A Poem in Response to Suzuki Roshi

Award-winning poet Brynn Saito, intrigued by the teachings of Zen Center founder Shunryu Suzuki, shares with us her poem in response to the master’s teaching. Read more