“It calls on my utmost sincerity and vulnerability in order to do something together. That’s the only way for Zen practice to be meaningful.”
As SFZC prepares for the transition of its abbatial seats, we are pleased to invite the sangha to participate in ceremonies over March 10 – 12.
Mako hopes to work with the community of practitioners to reinvigorate urban practice, with respect and kindness towards every person.
Rinso-in was originally built on the coast in 1471 and was relocated to a higher site in 1497 … on a hillside at the edge of a large bird sanctuary.
“People of different ages and at different points in their Zen training were interested in and excited about Enso Village.”
City Center is pleased to welcome people to several ceremonies that are now open for in-person attendance.
Katy and Jordan received the precepts surrounded by mountains, ocean, and the good earth among their parents and sangha friends.
We held four gatherings in June to celebrate Zen-a-thon 2022 – we hope you enjoy this gallery of photos from the gatherings.
“I found my path by continuing to cultivate the tender growing edge of my practice.”