This new course brings forth the Zen Buddhist lens, complemented by contemporary mindfulness practices.
Kei sees her role as important as we’re bringing back and re-enlivening City Center’s public offerings and classes as an urban temple.
Ben’s new book makes accessible Yogacara teachings that can enable us to heal and transform systems of harm within ourselves and our communities.
Most of the classes offered on Online Learning were live Zoom classes offered during the last few years, repackaged with added material.
“I have a chronic, painful illness … It’s my dancing partner, my teacher, my enemy, my friend, my curse, my blessing. It constantly surprises me.”
“Being present at a birth is inspiring. Being present at a death can also open us to vastness and love.”
Pamela is drawn to the “Hsin Hsin Ming” because it helps illuminate how we can live an undivided life.
As SFZC slowly reopens to the wider public, becoming a guest student is one way to experience Living the Temple Life.
It’s about studying and knowing the teachings, and then, at various points, having the teachings and path drop away.