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Dharma Seminar: Practice Period
September 29, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until November 17, 2021
Dharma Seminar is currently being held online in Zoom and, every other week, also in person from the Community Congregational Church in Tiburon. Going forward, we will continue alternating weeks of online-only and hybrid (online/in-person) meetings.
To receive the Zoom link:
You must register using the button above to receive the Zoom link for each Dharma Seminar series. Typically, a series runs for a month but sometimes, as with Practice Period, they last longer. By registering, you will receive reminders with the Zoom link every week for the duration of the series.
To attend in person on alternating weeks:
Because of Covid restrictions, we may need to limit the number of people attending seminar in person. Please register each time you plan to attend a hybrid seminar in person. Use the registration form linked to below for the event you would like to attend:
September 29: Online only
October 6: Hybrid > Register to attend in person
October 13: Online only
October 20: Hybrid > Register to attend in person
October 27: Online only
November 3: Hybrid > Register to attend in person
November 10: Online only
November 17: Hybrid > Register to attend in person
During the 2021 Practice Period (September 18 – November 20), we will be reading The Platform Sutra, a seminal text for Zen and for the Sinicization of Buddhism. We will primarily use Red Pine’s great translation of this text. As always, we will contemplate and discuss the text for its direct relevance to our practice, as we try to live the Dharma in the contemporary world of Everyday Zen.
The seminar runs from 7-9 pm, starting with half an hour of zazen. To receive word of the dates and topics of upcoming seminars, please subscribe to the Everyday Zen News & Events mailing list.
As you know, these donations make the seminars possible. Of course, everyone is welcome and no one will ever be turned away for lack of funds.