with Shundo David Haye and Jokai Carolyn Cavanagh
at Green Gulch Farm Zen Center
Saturday, August 9, 2014
9 am - 5 pm Take to the hills around Green Gulch for a wide-open day of photography. Grass, trees and lands which are embraced by this teaching together radiate a great light.
Green Dragon Temple will be the starting point for our day of meditation, hiking and taking pictures. We will settle in our bodies; we will hike trails in the area, up to Coyote Ridge and down to the ocean; we will use photography as a way to be completely present with our surroundings, to discover the beautiful around us on a large and small scale, and to be invigorated by the wonders of nature.
Come prepared for a hike in the hills around Green Gulch. Please bring hiking gear, including clothes suitable for the fog, and a camera. Please also bring water bottles, a bag lunch and hiking snacks for the day.
This retreat is suitable for all levels of practitioners and photographers. Fees:
$70; $63 current SFZC members; $56 limited income. Some partial scholarships available. (About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations
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Shundo David Haye
Shundo David Haye came from England to Zen Center to begin his practice in 2000. Since then he has lived at City Center and Tassajara, following the traditional monastic training path. He has served as work leader at Tassajara, tenzo (head of the kitchen) and ino (head of the meditation hall) at City Center, and currently holds the position of director at City Center. He was ordained as a priest in 2009 by Ryushin Paul Haller, and was head monk at Tassajara in the fall of 2012. He helps to run the Young Urban Zen group in the city, and loves to be outdoors, either on a bicycle or taking photographs.
Jokai Carolyn Cavanagh
Jokai Carolyn Cavanagh is currently the garden manager at Green Dragon Temple. She has lived between Green Gulch Farm and Tassajara Zen Mountain Center since 2000. She was ordained as a priest by Tenshin Reb Anderson in 2007 and was shuso at Tassajara in 2010.