White Wind Zen Community

A Community practising and teaching Dogen’s Zen since 1985

Upcoming Events

Fusatsu

Chanting of the Precepts will take place on October 18th and November 1st, 2017.

Fusatsu (J) literally “Chanting together”, a practice of aligning with and renewing the Bodhisattva Precepts for monastics and formal students is usually held on or near new and full moon days on a Wednesday and is practised during the 6:00 am formal sitting in the Hatto. General students are welcome to attend.

Samu Weekend

The next Samu Weekend is scheduled to take place on Saturday and Sunday, October 21st and 22nd. Please pencil these dates into your schedule so that you will be able to attend some or all of this weekend of samu practice. Saigyo tando will be writing soon to students with more details about the activities taking place over the weekend. To register please send an email to Saigyo tando at saigyo dot cross at gmail.com or leave a message on the Zen Centre office answering machine at 613-562-1568.

Hermitage

The Roshi will begin a period of hermitage on Wednesday, November 1st, which will end at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, November 5th, when he leads monastics in Acalanatha Sadhana.

Introduction to Zen Workshop

The next Introduction to Zen Workshop will take place at Dainen-ji on Saturday, November 4th, 2017. For more information please see Introduction to Zen workshop information

http://www.wwzc.org/content/introduction-zen-workshop-ottawa. For information concerning our Long-distance Training Program, please visit http://www.wwzc.org/long-distance-training-program

November Two-day Sesshin

The November 2-day sesshin begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, November 10th and will end at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 12th. Formal students are reminded to send their schedules to schedule at wwzc dot org as soon as is possible.

On Saturday, November 11th, associate and general students may attend a sitting held in the Zendo. Arrival time is 9:15 a.m. (in time for First Bell). The sitting ends at 11:30 a.m. Students attending are reminded to remain on the first floor.

Daiko-ki

November 18th is the Memorial for the death of Anzan Daiko zenji.