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A Seattle Zen temple in the Rinzai dharma line.
Soul Collage Workshop
Saturday, January 14
9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
You are probably familiar with being surprised at something you have unexpectedly said or done. Whether it's a wise and articulate flow of words or a disappointingly unkind action, different selves seem to be acting at different times. Indeed, we are not one self, but many. In SoulCollage, participants use images from magazines and other media to assemble small collages to discover these "sub-personalities." That which supports and sustains is illuminated, that which blocks or undermines is seen more clearly. Through this work, one can bring conflicting voices into dialogue, learn to access deeper wisdom, find kindness and compassion for all parts of oneself, and experience new approaches to overcoming self-created obstacles to happiness.
Anne Senryu Pechnovnik and Rinzan Pechovnik will join us from Portland to facilitate this workshop. Both are Zen practitioners and long-time friends of Chobo-Ji; Rev. Rinzan is a priest who trains here.
No art experience is necessary, and all materials will be provided. The event is free; donations will support Chobo-Ji. Please preregister, though, so adequate supplies can be provided: send your name to email@example.com.
genjo.libsyn.com Genjo Marinello Osho gave this Teisho during the Jan., 2017 half-day sit at Chobo-Ji. This talk examines the absurdity of human prejudice about gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, skin color...
A year of photos associated with our temple...
[12/30/16] Join us for our New Year's Day celebration and potluck from 10-noon. We will ring our Kansho bell 108 times and chant the Heart Sutra a dozen times.
[12/25/16] Zendo is closed to public for holidays from today 12/25/16 through 1/1/17. We will have a New Year's Day celebration and potluck beginning at 10am - two hours.
genjo.libsyn.com Genjo Marinello Osho gave this Teisho on the last day of Rohatsu, 2016 This case examines death poems, how to face death and why anyone would agree to be abbot of a Zen temple. What three ingredients are essential for Zen training? Who is responsible when the student/teacher relationship falls apa...
Some great photos of Rohatsu 2016...
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Genjo Osho's Rohatsu, 2016, Closing Incense Poem...
Snow blizzard SHOUTS winter's approach.
In the dead of night arises ancient compassion.
Who hears the falling rain?
The Mysterious Way abounds, as the train horn echoes
over Salish lands.
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