Cathleen was a resident for many years. She visited Rinso-in twice for month-long practice sessions with Blanche and other practitioners.
Shusos Royce Johnson and Eli Brown-Stevenson completed the Fall 2022 Practice Periods at Green Gulch Farm and City Center.
As a part of the Diwali celebration, Zachary was asked to speak from the Zen tradition about what light means to him.
Laura Burges’s first children’s book offers ten ancient tales retold by a seasoned storyteller, children’s educator, and Buddhist teacher.
CAIC is offering this invitation to learn more or join the committee.
Tim sees this as “a tactile expression of the dropping away of the self. It’s community based … Sewing the abbots’ robes is deeply moving.”
During the hour of Linda’s visit with Noodle, many residents stopped by and were captivated by the gentle, cuddly elder dog.
On Kilian’s altar, there’s a photo of his 2009 jukai group in the City Center courtyard; he sees it and thinks, “That’s home.”
The room was filled with joy, love, and laughter which felt even more special after two years of pandemic social distancing.