Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Fri Dec 17, 2010 12:59 pm

2011, January 13-16, February 17-21, Malloco and Valdivia, Chile: Summer Sesshin* with Daniel Terragno Roshi.

* Sesshin (the Japanese word literally means "to touch the heart-mind") is an opportunity to draw from the tremendous strength of people practicing together, to receive personal guidance in private meetings with the teacher, and to experience the deep stillness that lies within each of us. Daniel Terragno is a native of Chile who resides in the Redwoods of Northern California where he is the founder and spiritual director of Rocks and Clouds Zendo in Sebastopol, a Zen community in the tradition of the Diamond Sangha).

SESSHIN MALLOCO VERANO 2011
Fecha: Jueves 13 de Enero al domingo 16 de Enero (4 días)
Lugar: Casa de Retiros San José (Balmaceda 803, Malloco)

SESSHIN DE VALDIVIA VERANO 2011
Fecha: Jueves 17 de Febrero hasta el Lunes 21 de Febrero (5 días)
Lugar: Obispado de Valdivia (Los Castaños s/n, entrada por Los Laureles)

If you have any questions -- please visit: www .zenmontanasymar .org

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About Daniel Terragno Roshi

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Daniel Terragno, a native of Chile, is a teacher in the koan tradition of the Diamond Sangha, which was founded by Robert Aitken Roshi. Daniel is the dharma heir of John Tarrant Roshi of the Pacific Zen Institute. Daniel started his spiritual practice in 1967 studying the Gurdjieff** Work with W.A. Nyland*** before taking up Zen. Daniel received authorization to teach Zen in 1995, and in 2001 received dharma transmission from Tarrant Roshi.

Daniel also teaches and leads sesshin in Ohio with Yellow Springs Dharma Center and Zen on High in Columbus, Ohio; with Grupo Zen Viento del Sur (Southern Wind) in Argentina, based in Buenos Aires, and also in Santiago, Chile.

Source: www .rocksandclouds .org/daniel-terragno-roshi/

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Daniel Terragno Roshi nació en Santiago de Chile. En 1967 emigró a los Estados Unidos por razones de estudio. Vive allí desde entonces. Como laico, su vida cotidiana comparte la práctica y enseñanza del Zen con el ejercicio de su oficio: la abricación de muebles.

Comenzó su práctica espiritual en el año 1969 dentro de la línea de trabajo de Gurdjieff. En 1988 conoció a su Maestro Zen, John Tarrant Roshi, primer heredero Dharma de Robert Aitken Roshi.

John Tarrant Roshi supervisó la práctica y el entrenamiento de Daniel como Maestro Aprendiz (Sensei) desde 1995.

En 1997 Daniel fundó el Rocks & Clouds Zendo (Zendo Rocas & Nubes) www .rocksandclouds .org en la ciudad de Sebastopol, California. Fue en este lugar, en enero de 2001, donde recibió de su Maestro la Transmisión del Dharma, permitiéndole enseñar de forma independiente. El Nombre Dharma de Daniel es Ki Nai Nan Ko, "Volviendo al hogar en el Templo de la Luz del Sur".

Su vida contiene una amplia experiencia en trabajo social y dedicación a los demás; características, ambas, del buddhismo comprometido.

Hace seis años que viaja a Sudamérica para reunirse y practicar con su Sangha en Argentina, dirigiendo Zazenkai y Sesshin de siete días, y ofreciendo charlas y conferencias. A partir del verano del 2005 también viaja a Chile para realizar actividades similares en Santiago.

Source: www .zen-vientodelsur .com .ar/danielterragnoroshi.htm

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** About George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff

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G. I. Gurdjieff was born sometime between 1866 and 1877 in Alexandropol, near the Russian-Turkish border. As a young man he trained in Kars as both a priest and a physician and devoted all his energies to searching for fundamental truths: Who am I? What is the purpose of our life? For some twenty years, Gurdjieff traveled in the most remote regions of Central Asia and the Middle East, sometimes gaining entrance to esoteric schools to which few, if any, Westerners had ever been admitted. Afterwards, he set about putting what he had learned into a form that would be understandable and meaningful to the Western World.

Before the First World War, Gurdjieff began to gather pupils in Russia. He continued his work with a small party of followers during the years of the Russian revolution, moving to Essentuki in the Caucasus, and then through Tiflis, Constantinople, Berlin, and London. He finally settled in France and established his Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man at the Château Le Prieuré at Fontainebleau-Avon in October of 1922.

People who met Gurdjieff felt that he was an extraordinary man. He maintained that through the efforts to Work on oneself, a person could develop new faculties which would enable one to know oneself truthfully and to function harmoniously, with fully developed Consciousness, Conscience, and Will.

Gurdjieff died in Paris in 1949. His teachings survive most reliably in the form of his writings (All and Everything: Beelzebub’s Tales to His Grandson, Meetings with Remarkable Men, and Life is Real Only Then, When “I Am”), in his music, in his movements and sacred dances, and in an oral tradition passed down through his older pupils.

Note: Before Gurdjieff’s death, a few of his pupils founded groups with his consent. Since that time, many other groups have been set up using Gurdjieff’s name by people with little or no direct connection to his teachings. Gurdjieff himself, in All and Everything, warned about the distortions that can occur when persons without proper training attempt to convey esoteric knowledge.

Gurdjieff specifically asked Mr. Nyland to help safeguard his teachings and that is why there is a strong emphasis on the integrity of the method of Work in our groups. At the same time, Mr. Nyland encouraged people to read widely and learn about other groups, but always with an understanding that even slight distortions can cause significant problems in the end. Mr. Nyland’s groups are dedicated to maintaining the exactness and genuineness of Gurdjieff’s ideas and we freely offer the way of Work to those who wish to pursue it.

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*** About Willem A. Nyland

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Willem A. Nyland was born in Utrecht, Holland. A chemist by profession, he came to the United States and earned his doctorate at Columbia University. In 1924 he and his wife, the artist Ilonka Karasz, heard Mr. Gurdjieff speak during Gurdjieff’s first visit to the United States. After this first encounter, the Nylands began to work closely with Gurdjieff’s representative in America, A. R. Orage. Thereafter, they both remained active in the Gurdjieff teaching and often traveled to France to see Gurdjieff.

Near the end of his life, Mr. Gurdjieff asked Mr. Nyland to start a group in America, for which he would receive special material from Gurdjieff every week. After Gurdjieff died in 1949, Mr. Nyland was one of the founders and trustees of the Gurdjieff Foundation. He remained active in the Foundation until he formed his own independent groups in the early 1960s.

Anyone who has listened to a few of the 2600 recordings of meetings with Mr. Nyland, made between the late 1950s and 1975, cannot help but feel that Mr. Nyland was extraordinarily devoted to the Gurdjieff teaching. His strength lay in his combination of honesty, practicality, and perspective.

Note: Mr. Nyland died in 1975.

Source: www .nyland .org/nyland.shtml

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Disclaimer: I am not associated with any person, group, school, or website mentioned herein. I will not answer questions related to their activities in Chile (or elsewhere) either here on the forum, or by PM.

Please refer to the websites noted, or use Google search.


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"Separate yourself from disturbance and face whatever appears before you." ~ Tiantong Hongzhi Chanshi, 1091-1157, (named "Chan Master Spacious Wisdom" by the Song emperor Gao Zong)
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby Ventisquero » Fri Dec 17, 2010 1:47 pm

araucaniax wrote:Lugar: Obispado de Valdivia

:shock: Holy moly, that's truly multicultural. :lol:
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby T_ROBO » Fri Dec 17, 2010 5:58 pm

Pirated from my favorite book, "Zen Flesh Zen Bones,"

Muddy Road
Tanzan and Ekido were once traveling together down a muddy road. A heavy rain was still falling.
Coming around a bend, they met a lovely girl in a silk kimono and sash, unable to cross the intersection.
"Come on, girl," said Tanzan at once. Lifting her in his arms, he carried her over the mud.
Ekido did not speak again until that night when they reached a lodging temple. Then he no longer could restrain himself.
"We monks don't go near females." He told Tanzan, "especially not young and lovely ones. It is dangerous. Why did you do that?"
"I left the girl there," said Tanzan. "'Are you still carrying her?"
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:28 pm

Below please find a list of places, Zen "groups", and Zen "centers", where Zen "sitting" (a.k.a. "Zazen") is practiced in Chile.

Notes:

1. The days of the week, and some other Spanish words, are not translated into English;
2. The "{at}" in email addresses must be replaced accordingly;
3. When visiting a Zen sitting group for practice -- please arrive 10 to 15 minutes in advance.
4. Zen groups come and go, their Zazen Schedule may be subject to change, so phone/email contact is highly recommended before visiting any of them.
5. The info posted here may be not entirely accurate. For more up-to-date information please visit: www .budismo .cl/practica/cdz.html


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Santiago:

DOJO DOKAN

Director: Roshi Bustamante. Contact: Pedro Dimiter
Location: Santiago: Mata Oriente 525, Ñuñoa, Metro Irrarazabal.
Schedule Zazen: Miércoles a las 7:00 am
E-Mail (Pedro Dimiter): pedrodimiter {at}yahoo.es

ZENDO MATSURIN

Director: Roshi Bustamante. Contact: Jorge Arrau
Location: Santiago: Presidente Ovalle 6525, La Reina, Santiago.
Schedule Zazen: Martes y Jueves a las 7 am, Viernes a las 7 am, Miércoles a las 19:30 hrs am
Phone: +56-9-92380056
E-mail: jarraup {at}hotmail.com

ZENDO DAIDO

Director: Roshi Bustamante. Contact: Monje Zen Ryu Sui
Location: Santiago: Joaquin Godoy 135, La Reina, Metro Plaza Egaña.
Schedule Zazen: Lunes, Miércoles y Viernes a las 21 hrs.
Phone: Arturo +56-9-98299538.
E-Mail: daidokai {at}gmail.com

RED DE INDRA

Director: Roshi Bustamante. Contact: Sergio Fritz.
Location 1: Santiago: Julio Montebruno 737-B, La Reina.
Schedule: Lunes a las 19:30 hrs.
Location 2: Santiago: Huerfanos 1160, Of. 903.
Schedules: Lunes, Martes y Jueves, a las 13:30 hrs.
Phone: (56-2) 6981902 (Sergio)
E-mail: fritzzen {at}yahoo.com
Web: laredeindra .blogspot .com

ZENDO ICO

Director: Roshi Bustamante.
Contact Martes y Jueves: Sebastián Gajardo.
Contact Sábado: RyuRin.
Location: Santiago: Thayer Ojeda 390, Metro Toblaba, Providencia.
Schedule Zazen: Martes y Jueves de 7 a 8 am. Sábado a las 12:00 hrs.

ZENDO ICO

Director: Daniel Terragno Roshi.
Location: Santiago: Thayer Ojeda 390, Metro Toblaba, Providencia.
Schedule Zazen: Viernes de 19 a 20 hrs.
Zazenkai (Introducción a Zazen): Los primeros y terceros Domingos de cada mes, de 8:50 am a 12 hrs.
E-mail: contacto {at}zenmontanasymar.org
Web: www .zenmontanasymar .org

DOJO CEMENTO Y NUBES

Contact: Judith Reyes.
Location: Santiago Centro.
Phone: 0-62291732.
E-Mail: judithshogen {at}gmail.com
Web: cementoynubes .blog .com

SANGHA KOSEN

Linaje: Roshi Taisen Deshimaru.
Location: Santiago: Jesús 773, la Reina. Metro Simón Bolivar.
Phone: (56-2) 2779787.
E-Mail: jecekku {at}hotmail.com
Schedules: Martes y Jueves 06:45 hrs y 19:45 hrs. Sábado a las 09:45 hrs.
Web: zenchile.blogspot.com

CENTRO NATURISTA MUKANDE

Location: Santiago: Los Peumos 024 (2ºpiso), Las Vertientes, Cajón del Maipo (Subiendo por Camino al Volcán, en el paradero 12 a mano derecha).
Phone: 0-98808657
Schedules: Miercoles y Jueves, de 07:15 a 07:55 hrs.

TEMPLO BUDISTA FO GUANG SHAN / Providencia

Director: Ven. Maestro Hsing Yun.
Resident Masters: Ven. Maestras Shi Miao Mu y Shi Miao Kuan
Location: Santiago: Eulogia Sánchez 077, Providencia.
Phone: (56-2) 634 37 01.
E-Mail Maestras: ibpschile {at}fgs.org.tw.
E-Mail Presidenta BLIA: lovuba {at}hotmail.com
Web: www .templobudista-fgs .cl

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Regions:

ZENDO KURAMA (VIÑA DEL MAR)

Location: Viña del Mar . Centro Kurama. Edificio Portal Alamos. Avda. Valpo 507. Oficina 301.
Schedule: Jueves 8:30 am.
Director: Alfredo Alvarado
Contacto: Jéssica Alvarez Arias 680586 // 09 7385105, centrokurama {at}gmail.com

CENTRO ZEN DE VALPARAISO

Location: Valparaíso
Schedule Práctica: Lunes 7:30 am
Contacto: María Teresa Cardemil, (56-32) 215721, dematere {at}terra.cl
Felipe Paredes Ramos, 0-92389546, felipeparedesramos {at}hotmail.com

ZENDO EL CAMINO (QUILPUE)

Director: Roshi Bustamante. Contact: Mokunìn
Location: Calle Almirante Grau 3030 (interior cooperativa Teniente Serrano), camino lo Orozco.
Teléfonos: 0-97396617 (Daniel Torrealba), 908983 (Gerardo).
E-mail: zendoelcamino {at}gmail.com
Web: zendoelcamino .googlepages .com

ZENDO TALCA

Apoyo: Monje Zen Ryu Sui. Contacto: Hernán González Fredes
Contacto: Hernán González Fredes
Schedules Zazen: Martes y Jueves, de 19 a 19.30 hrs.
Location: Gimnasio Regional, (18 Oriente con 2 Norte), Talca.
Fono: 0-92556724. E-Mail: kudoryu {at}gmail.com
Web: zentalca .blogspot .com/

ZENDO LA UNION

Director: Daniel Terragno Roshi.
Contact: Brigitte Leisinger
Schedule Zen: Viernes, 17.45 hrs
Phone: 0-96796288
E-mail: sanghalaunion {at}gmail.com

ZENDO VALDIVIA

Director: Daniel Terragno Roshi.
Contact: Brigitte Leisinger
Schedule Zen: Sábados a las 9.45 hrs
Phone: 0-96796288
E-mail: sanghalaunion {at}gmail.com

TEMPLO BUDISTA FO GUANG SHAN / Talagante

Director: Ven. Maestro Hsing Yun.
Resident Masters: Ven. Maestras Shi Miao Mu y Shi Miao Kuan
Location: Santa Amelia, Parcela 8, Talagante.
Phone: (56-2) 817 20 24. Fax: (56-2) 817 38 38
E-Mail Maestras: ibpschile {at}fgs.org.tw.
E-Mail Presidenta BLIA: lovuba {at}hotmail.com
Web: www .templobudista-fgs .cl

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Any questions -- please contact Zen group(s) of your choice directly, rather than posting questions on the forum.

Thank you.

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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:12 pm

Solitary Spiritual Retreat Centers/Cabins

Though there is a number of active Zen practice centers in Chile (as it was posted above), "the life of the spiritual seeker is often a solitary affair", as it stated on the "TAT Foundation" website (that is a non-profit organization founded by Richard Rose to provide a forum for friendship and the spiritual search).

However, the "Solitary Spiritual Retreat Centers" section of their site, unfortunately, doesn't list Chile in their "guide to hermitages, cabins, and other places for spiritual reflection" { see: tatfoundation .org/retreat_centers.htm }. Speaking of this listing of retreat facilities, it is said that the list "helps you find a place of solitude to spend quiet time in reflection".

Based on experience, while staying in various "tourist cabins" in Chile, it seems that every one out of 4 or 5 such "cabins" are for sale. The idea of converting regular "tourist" cabins to a "Solitary Retreat Cabins", and then marketing it as such, for both domestic and international public, would be something that I think is not entirely idiotic.

Thus, the forum members, or unregistered readers, are very welcome to post their recommendations on locations of tourist cabins for sale (in Chile), that would be suitable for such "conversion", or maybe to share their experiences with a regular "tourist" facilities for the purpose of a "solitary retreat" of a kind.

Quite possibly, that some other readers of the forum would consider the idea of such buying/converting certain tourist centers.

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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby admin » Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:26 am

It would seem anti-zen to try and convert nothing in to something that is nothing and then expect to get something from nothing while still maintaining that it is nothing.


Existentialism is like modern art. It is fun to look at, but it really does not MEAN anything.
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:13 pm

admin wrote:It was seem anti-zen to try and convert nothing in to something that is nothing and then expect to get something from nothing while still maintaining that it is nothing.

Well, it looks as someone is quite seriously going to attend the sesshin. Do not forget to post a photo, please, will you?.. :alien:

And this pic is from the previous one (Malloco 2010):

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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby greg~judy » Wed Dec 22, 2010 12:03 pm

An epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, "manifestation, striking appearance")
...is the sudden realization or comprehension of the (larger) essence or meaning of something.
The term is used in either a philosophical or literal sense...
To signify that the claimant has found the last piece of the puzzle...
And now sees the whole picture...
Or has new information or experience, often insignificant by itself,
That illuminates a deeper or numinous foundational frame of reference.

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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Wed Dec 22, 2010 1:22 pm

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Daniel Terragno (derecha), con(izquierda a derecha) Ross Bolleter, Robert Aitken Subhana Barzaghi y John Tarrant. Photo taken from: www .zenmontanasymar .org

This is from Daniel Terragno Interview (Completed January 21, 2010):

Q. A native of Chile yourself, you travel there and to Argentina each year to provide instruction and lead retreats. Tell us a bit about your sanghas in South America and also a bit about the overall condition of Zen practice in South America as whole. How do you continue giving guidance when physically absent?

A (Daniel Terragno). It happens that right now I am in Santiago, Chile where we start sesshin this evening. Santiago’s group "Zen Montañas y Mar" is younger than the Argentinian group by eight years. The group in Buenos Aires "Zen Viento Del Sur" has been in existence for thirteen years. I travel to The South twice a year for sesshin, talks/conferences, zazenkais, for two months in the southern Summer and one month in the Winter, Two sesshin each trip, one longer and other shorter in each country and in different cities (Santiago and Valdivia in Chile. Buenos Aires and Córdoba in Argentina).

When I am at home in Rocks & Clouds Zendo in Sebastopol, I stay in contact through Skype® and or telephone with the senior students and younger students that wish to continue or establish the relationship of student-teacher throughout the year. These are once a week with a few or twice a month with others..... <snip>


Q. It’s funny-for all the interviews done on this website to date, I’ve never actually asked this fundamental question of anyone. What is Zen?


A (Daniel Terragno). I like to say that Zen is the practice of coming home, of waking up, again and again and again to our nature and the nature of the world, not two..... <snip>
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Thu Dec 23, 2010 2:27 pm

It has come to our attention, that the following Chilean Zen group is open to foreign practitioners:

Zendo Tunquén { web: www .elzendo .cl/portal/ }

They say:

"...yes, we are open to foreign practitioners, many have already come.

Instruction can be given to beginners in Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and Japanese.

A voluntary donation is expected of round $10.000 a day..."


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Por la ruta 68 “Santiago – Valparaiso” se toma la salida a “Quintay – Tunquen”, se recorren 17 kms y se toma la salida a Tunquen, a los 5 kms hay una entrada que tiene un pequeño cartel ”Fundo Punta del Gallo”, se pasa una barrera diciendo que vas a casa de Ingrid. Luego se sigue un camino de tierra y a los 4 kms estas en la puerta del Zendo Tunquen. En este camino de tierra hay que seguir derecho, a los 2 kms hay un desvío a “Cipreses”, no lo tomas, sigues derecho. En 2 kms mas hay un cruce y sigues derecho. Continuas 1,5 kms y encuentras un desvío a la izquierda, tomas ese camino que te lleva hacia el mar. Se destaca una casa blanca, el Zendo esta dos casas mas allá.

Año Nuevo en Zendo Tunquén

Programa:

18:20 ~ 19:00 Zazen
19:00 ~ 19:20 Banka (Sutras de la tarde)
19:20 ~ 20:00 Zazen
20:00 ~ 20:20 Ejercicio de rotaciones
20:20 ~ 21:00 Zazen
21:00 ~ 23:00 preparativos y últimos arribos
23:00 ~ 00:00 Canto del Sutra de Prolongación de Vida 108 veces.

A continuación se comparten los meritos con todos los seres.
En seguida se procede a comer informalmente Soba (fideos de trigo sarraceno) con consomé de algas Kombu para la larga vida.

Para el programa de Noche Buena y Navidad contactar a Jorge en hokusan.elzendo {at}gmail.com o celular 94619224
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Mon Jan 03, 2011 9:44 pm

January Sesshin at Zendo Tunquen (see above post) will be from Friday 14th 5:30 pm until Monday 17th 9 am. Those who would like to participate should register with Jorge Moya at hokusan.elzendo {at} gmail.com or call mobile 94619224. Web: www .elzendo .cl/portal/

English spoken.

Sesshin schedule:

Friday, 1/14/2011

18:00 Introduction to sesshin
18:20 - 19:00 Zazen
19:00 - 19:20 Banka ( Evening chanting)
19:20 - 20:00 Zazen
20:00 - 20:20 Exercises
20:20 - 21:00 Zazen

Saturday, 1/15/2011 & Sunday, 1/16/2011

4:40 Shinrei (Wake up bell)
5:00 - 5:40 Zazen
5:40 - 6:00 Taiso (Japanese Exercises)
6:00 - 6:40 Zazen
6:40 - 6:55 Choka (Morning Chanting)
7:00 Shukuza (Breakfast)
Zuiza (Free sitting)
8:30 - 9:10 Zazen
9:30 - 10:10 Zazen
10:30 - 11:10 Zazen
11:30 Saiza (Lunch)
Zuiza (Free sitting)
13:20 - 14:00 Zazen
14:20 - 15:00 Zazen
15:20 - 16:00 Zazen
16:00 - 16:20 Banka (Evening Chanting)
16:30 Yakuseki (Supper)
Zuiza (Free sitting)
18:20 - 19:00 Zazen
19:20 - 20:00 Zazen
20:20 - 20:45 Zazen
20:45 - 21:00 Shiguseiganmon
Zuiza (Free sitting)

Monday, 1/17/2011

4:40 Shinrei (Wake up bell)
5:00 - 5:40 Zazen
5:40 - 6:00 Taiso (Japanese Exercises)
6:00 - 6:40 Zazen
6:40 - 6:55 Choka (Morning Chanting)
7:00 Shukuza (Breakfast)
8:00 Final ceremony
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Re: Zen Teaching in Chile

Postby araucaniax » Tue May 10, 2011 11:38 pm

Zendo Tunquen { English spoken }
www.elzendo.cl

El monje Zen Jikusan dirigirá un sesshin desde el viernes 20 de Mayo a las 17:30 hrs. al lunes 23 a las 9 am. Información www.elzendo.cl ~ Quienes deseen participar deberán inscribirse en: elzendo AT gmail.com ~ Cupos limitados y solo se aceptarán participantes debidamente inscritos.

Zendo Tunquen May sesshin will be from Friday 20th of May at 5:30 pm until Monday 23th at 9 am; those who would like to participate should register with elzendo AT gmail.com

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SESSHIN SCHEDULE

Friday

18:00 Introduction to sesshin

18:20 - 19:00 Zazen

19:00 - 19:20 Banka ( Evening chanting)

19:20 - 20:00 Zazen

20:00 - 20:20 Exercises

20:20 - 21:00 Zazen

Saturday & Sunday

4:40 Shinrei (Wake up bell)

5:00 - 5:40 Zazen

5:40 - 6:00 Taiso (Japanese Exercises)

6:00 - 6:40 Zazen

6:40 - 6:55 Choka (Morning Chanting)

7:00 Shukuza (Breakfast)

Zuiza (Free sitting)

8:30 - 9:10 Zazen

9:30 - 10:10 Zazen

10:30 - 11:10 Zazen

11:30 Saiza (Lunch)

Zuiza (Free sitting)

13:20 - 14:00 Zazen

14:20 - 15:00 Zazen

15:20 - 16:00 Zazen

16:00 - 16:20 Banka (Evening Chanting)

16:30 Yakuseki (Supper)

Zuiza (Free sitting)

18:20 - 19:00 Zazen

19:20 - 20:00 Zazen

20:20 - 20:45 Zazen

20:45 - 21:00 Shiguseiganmon

Zuiza (Free sitting)

Monday

4:40 Shinrei (Wake up bell)

5:00 - 5:40 Zazen

5:40 - 6:00 Taiso (Japanese Exercises)

6:00 - 6:40 Zazen

6:40 - 6:55 Choka (Morning Chanting)

7:00 Shukuza (Breakfast)

8:00 Final ceremony
"Separate yourself from disturbance and face whatever appears before you." ~ Tiantong Hongzhi Chanshi, 1091-1157, (named "Chan Master Spacious Wisdom" by the Song emperor Gao Zong)
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