Monday, June 24, 2017 – Rev. Myo Lahey (11.5 MB, 49 min.)
In April 2017, Jim Hare traveled with a group of Western pilgrims to visit (and stay in) Buddhist monasteries in Zhejiang Province, south of Shanghai. Jim will present a thematic slide show and narrative, touching on devotional practices, the Bodhisattva Guanyin, T’ien T’ung Ssu (the monastery where Eihei Dogen met his teacher), and the T’ang era poet Han Shan.
Two (repeating) presentations at SDC Meditation Hall
Saturday, August 19, 7pm & Saturday, September 16, 7pm
July 10, 2017 – Presentation by So On Jim Hare (12 MB, 53 min.)
For further reading: The Buddha’s Teachings on Social & Communal Harmony: An Anthology of Discourses from the Pāli Canon. Edited by Bhikkhu Bodhi; Prologue and Epilogue by Hozan Alan Senauke, Wisdom Publications, 2016
June 19, 2017 – Rev. Myo Lahey (13 MB, 52 min.)
Zen’s Chinese Ancestor: Tiantong Rujing
Zenju Zenju shares with us that liberation is possible. Rather than examining race, gender, and sexuality as separate entities, she explores them as integral in relation to awakening, encouraging us to look to the interrelationships among us.
The course begins on June 5, 2017.
All sessions will be recorded so you can listen at your convenience any time.
Register at: http://onlineprograms.sfzc.org/tenderness/