with Chris Fortin and Jaune Evans
in the Green Gulch Farm yurt
Sunday, March 1, 2015
10 am - 4:30 pm (CE credits available—see note* below)
How do we embody and activate our Bodhisattva vows—the desire to alleviate the suffering of others, to help those we know and love, and then to reach out with wisdom and compassion locally, globally and universally?
Through group sitting, dialogue and experiential imagining, we will delve into Shantideva’s A Guide To The Bodhisattva’s Way of Life
for a day of creative practice and play together. Participants need not have prior experience with meditation or the text, or possess special artistic talents.
Everyone is asked to bring only beginner’s mind to this exploration of revealing and sharing our bodhicitta, ie, our awakened hearts, as we deepen and express our practice of being bodhisattvas, together.
(For further information, contact Chris at chrisfortin(at)comcast.net, or Jaune at jaune_evans(at)yahoo.com.) Fees:
$65; $58 current SFZC members; $52 limited income. *Note about CE credits:
5 CE credits available for MFTs, LCSWs, psychologists and nurses. The $15 fee can be paid at the time of registration. San Francisco Zen Center and the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) have teamed together to offer CE credit to MFTs, LCSWs, psychologists and nurses. SCRC offers CE credit to MFTs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (provider #PCE1851). SCRC is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education activities for psychologists. SCRC maintains responsibility for these programs and their content. SCRC also offers CE credit to nurses (California Board of Registered Nursing Provider #CEP11909). For complete information, visit spiritualcompetency.com
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Chris Fortin is a Zen priest who has received Dharma transmission from Zoketsu Norman Fischer. She is a teacher in the Everyday Zen sangha, a MFT psychotherapist and Spiritual Counselor. She is co-founder of Honoring the Path of the Warrior and leads the women's Lotus Sangha in Sebastopol.
Jaune Evans has studied Zen since 1978. She was ordained as a priest by Bernie Glassman Roshi in 1983 at the Zen Community of New York. She continued studying Zen with Joko Beck, Robert Aitken, George Bowman, and Trudy Goodman. Her interest in ecumenicism has included religious study with Lex Hixon, His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Mata Amritanandamayi, T.K.V. Desikachar, Joseph Goldstein, and Deena Metzger. Now a student of Norman Fischer and a priest in the Everyday Zen lineage, Jaune works as the Managing Director of Tamalpais Trust, which supports the protection of sacred lands and waters, cultural and human rights, gender empowerment and global alliance-building through the work of indigenous-led organizations.