Farley’s connection to the San Francisco Zen Center is through its original owner, Roger Hillyard.
It’s a beautiful thing to feel the gift of what is unfolding for participants. It’s a container in which people—and we facilitators—can show up.
Thay, as he was affectionately known, was one of the world’s great Bodhisattvas, bringing Buddhism to the West with his compassionate teachings.
Tassajara was a deeply healing time reflecting the power of community and creativity. Friends made almost 20 years ago are still friends today.
Shusos: Roger Hillyard, Michael Gelfond, and Tim Kroll.
SFZC and Engage Wisdom are pleased to offer these previously unavailable talks; completion of the project will coincide with SFZC’s 60th anniversary.
“I’ve been well trained for the Secretary position. I have been behind the scenes enough that I don’t feel so new as an officer.” There are many ways in which Eli feels supported in his new role.
Thomas Cleary translated many Zen texts, including koan collections and Dogen fascicles. His many brilliant translations from various spiritual traditions is a tremendous gift.
Sozan Miglioli became San Francisco Zen Center’s President in January 2021, after serving as Vice President for several years. In this interview he spoke of his vision and priorities for his new role.