with Sangetsu Kathy Early
Green Gulch Farm Zen Center
Six Sundays: May 11 - June 15, 2014
8 - 9 am To have some deep feeling about Buddhism is not the point; we just do what we should do, like eating supper and going to bed. This is Buddhism.
The aim of this course is settling right here and now in the midst of our ordinary, everyday experience. How do we encourage the true flavor of zazen to permeate our complex 21st-century lives whether we are standing, sitting, walking or lying down, alone or with others? We will investigate this question through studying and discussing the words of Dogen Zenji in such works as Genjokoan, Fukanzazengi, and Bendowa, as well as those of Suzuki Roshi and other great masters. Fees:
$120; $108 current SFZC members; $72 limited income. Some partial scholarships available. (About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations
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Sangetsu Kathy Early
Sangetsu Kathy Early has been living and practicing at Zen Center, alternating between Tassajara and Green Gulch Farm, since the fall of 2000. She was ordained as a priest by Tenshin Reb Anderson in 2005 and is now living at Green Gulch Farm.