Dharma talks by Zen teachers are a traditional method of transmitting the heart and understanding of Buddha's Way. Public Dharma talks are offered every Saturday morning and most Wednesday evenings. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The focus of the Dharma talk and Q&A is Roots, Refuge, Generations, a dialogue on race, representation, lineage, anger, solidarity, and other themes inspired by Chenxing Han's Be the Refuge: Raising the Voices of Asian American Buddhists (North Atlantic Books, 2021).
NOTE: Preceding the Dharma talk, from 10 - 10:15, there is a 15-minute period of gathering and settling to allow everyone to sign in on time and be prepared for the talk to begin. Following the talk, from 11 - 11:30, there is time to engage with the speaker in question and answer.
To join the Dharma Talk using Zoom:
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