with Sojun Mel Weitsman and Myogen Steve Stücky
Saturday, August 10, 2013
10 am - 4 pm
Finding our own truth in living this one human life.
The founding teacher of San Francisco Zen Center, Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, had a unique genius for presenting subtle and profound teachings in simple, accessible ways that continue to inspire generations of people on a path of practice. He often pointed to the most important thing to focus on in finding our own truth in living this one human life.
In this retreat we will explore and deepen our study of the “original undivided Buddha Way” as Suzuki Roshi clarified it and encouraged our living it.
Participants may join the schedule at any point in this day-long retreat.
Schedule including morning practice and dharma talk
9:25 Zazen in the Zendo
10:15 Dharma talk in the Buddha Hall with Sojun Mel Weitsman
11:00 Question and Answer with Sojun Mel Weitsman
12:00 Lunch in the dining room (by donation)
1:00 Workshop begins-Meet in Buddha Hall
To ensure a seat in the Buddha Hall for the Dharma talk please arrive by 10 am. If you choose to join for the afternoon please arrive no later than 1 pm.
$50; $45 current SFZC members; $40 limited income. Some partial scholarships available; see About Registration, Scholarships, and Cancellations
. No one turned away for lack of funds.
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About Registration, Scholarships, and Cancellations
Sojun Mel Weitsman
Sojun Mel Weitsman is a San Francisco Zen Center senior dharma teacher and Abbot of Berkeley Zen Center. He received priest ordination from Suzuki Roshi in 1969 and in 1984 he received dharma transmission from Suzuki Roshi's son, Hoitsu Suzuki Roshi.
Myogen Steve Stücky (Central Abbot)
Myogen Steve Stücky has been practicing Zen since 1971 with various teachers including Richard Baker, Dainin Katagiri, Robert Aitken, and Tenshin Anderson. He received Dharma Transmission from Sojun Mel Weitsman in 1993. He became co-Abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center in February 2007 and in 2010 became Central Abbot as a part of restructuring the abbacy.