By Tova Green In my role as Branching Streams Director, I recently had the great pleasure of visiting Zen Centers in Berlin and the Black...
City Center and Green Gulch Farm held ceremonies in November and December to honor the first group of elders to move to Enso Village.
As the 300 Page Street renovation project approaches, be sure to note these important dates.
The Suzuki Roshi Memorial Garden is lovely and quiet, tucked into the foot of a hill behind the Herb Circle in the Green Gulch garden.
[Since ancient times there has been an] understanding of the merit of supporting the Dharma. This places our supporters in a long and important lineage.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Alan Watts’ death, Green Gulch Farm installed a new name marker for his memorial stone.
In May, as part of her role as Branching Streams liaison, Tova Green visited Zen Centers in Washington DC, Massachusetts, and Vermont.
The Jukai-e included zazen, study, ceremonies, and Dharma talks, bringing together teachers and students from North America and around the world.
Shin San Shiki means ascending (shin), the mountain (san), ceremony (shiki). The mountain is the temple that a teacher would consider their “seat.”