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Posts tagged ‘Tassajara’

25
May
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Remembering Hiroshima with 1,000 Cranes

In commemoration of Hiroshima Day, August 6, we invite you to join us in creating 1,000 origami cranes, long associated with the desire for world peace.

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24
May
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Celebrating Tassajara No Race 2016

This past weekend, friends old and new met at Tassajara to take part in the 39th No Race. Here are some photographic souvenirs of a joyous couple of days in the valley. Read more

17
May

TassNow: Last-minute Availability May 22 to June 3

Don′t miss an amazing opportunity to come to Tassajara with your friends (you know you′ve been waiting for this): Cabin 10 and 11 are available as private accommodations for seven days in a row, beginning May 22!

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11
May
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The Joy of Work Period at Tassajara

Tassajara work periods happen in April and September, when a band of enthusiastic volunteers descend on the valley and roll up their sleeves to transform it into a summer haven and retreat center (in April) and back into a monastery (in September).

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9
May

TassNow: May Retreats Have Limited Availability (but there are still some!)

Is one of these retreats perfect for you?

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29
Apr

TassNow: Last-minute Availability May 8-15

If you have been meaning to check on availability in your favorite May retreat, check now!

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4
Apr
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Shuso Hakusho Johan Ostlund Brings the Dharma to Life

The Winter 2016 Practice Period at Tassajara came to a joyful conclusion with the Shuso Ceremony of Hakusho Johan Ostlund.

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1
Apr

TassNow: May Retreats Are Filling Fast

If you have been meaning to check on availability in your favorite May retreat, check now!

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28
Mar

TassNow: Early Birds, Sweet Spring

Early birds and the sweet spring air are bustling and rustling through lots of open space at Tassajara.

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18
Mar
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The Littlest Bodhisattva

Tassajara monks Lauren and Kogen Dito-Keith are delighted to announce the birth of baby Calliope. Born on Saturday, March 12, at 1:11am, and named after the muse of epic poetry, Calliope Gail Dito-Keith is 7.1 lbs and 19in long, and “perfect in every way”, according to her parents – indeed, she’s “a babe in the world in five aspects complete”, as Kogen’s teacher Eijun Linda Cutts commented. Read more