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THE BASICS OF ZEN MEDITATION – NOVEMBER 12

For those interested in beginning meditation, this introductory class will give answers to questions including: What is Zen? Where does it come from? How do you “do” it? What you do with your body and with your mind in meditation? How can meditation can be helpful in everyday life? And how can we establish and stick with a meditation practice either in our own homes or with a local group?

Led by Dojin Emerson

6:30-8:30 pm Wednesday, November 12, 2014

By donation (suggested $20, no one turned away for lack of funds)

 

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RUMMAGE & TACO SALE! – SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 2014

Why wait for Zen Fest?  Check out our great rummage! Come early for Tamales! Stay for Graton Day from 3-7pm! Fill your belly and your closet while you support Stone Creek Zen Center and Centro Laboral de Graton. Open house and visitors welcome at both organizations. In the Graton Day Labor Center Parking Lot next door to the Zen Center.

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DEVELOPMENT OF BUDDHISM IN INDIA – SEPTEMBER STUDY CLASS

WEDNESDAYS SEPTEMBER 3, 10, 17 and 24, 6:30 to 8:00 pm

This study class will focus on the early development, growth and transformation of the Buddhist tradition in India. This class will build on the June study class, “Foundations of Buddhism in India.” At the same time, it will be completely suitable for people who did not attend that class. All are welcome. Fee $50 members/$75 non-members. Led by Korin.

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FIVE WEEK ANGO Saturday March 1 – Friday, April 4

A period of intensive practice allowing for individual practice needs and schedules. The ango will start with a practice day, include lectures and small groups focused on the study of Dogen’s “Instructions for the Cook,” and conclude with a practice day. You may choose Tuesday and/or Wednesday small group meetings. A simple brochure with info on fees and how to apply will be available soon. Led by Dojin and Korin.