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Head Teacher Ejo McMullen
Feb 24 Sunday Morning Program 10 AM
The third ancestor of the Zen lineage in China, Kanchi Sosan, is reported to have penned the foundational text Verses of Faith Mind.Read More
Feb 18 (Monday), Mar 21 (Thursday), Apr 18 (Thursday) 6:30 – 8:30 PMRead More
Head Student Myobun Freinkel Tishman
LIsten to talk.
In many ways what we used to call “the world wide web” offers a fiber-optic realization of a central metaphor in Mahayana Buddhism: the vision of Indra’s Net, of our complete and total interdependence - our unceasing mutuality. But in other ways our technologies distract, divert and distress.
with Chef Ryan
Weds: Feb 13th, Apr 17th, May 15th 6:00pm
This class aims to motivate people to cook wholesome food from scratch!
Sundays and Thursdays from Feb 10 - May 12 6:30-8:30 PM
Buddha Eye’s Practice Term Program is based in the tradition of gathering together to study and practice Buddha Dharma for a 90-day period.
Saturday, January 26th: 6:30 PM
Gamelan Sari Pandhawa presents a special night of traditional Gamelan music and a dazzling performance of shadow puppetry. $10 at the door. (No one turned away for lack of funds.)Read More
Saturday, January 26: 8:20 AM
Led by Kogen HouseknechtRead More
Six-Class Series Tue: Jan 22-Feb 26 7-8:30 PM
"The Way is perfect and all-pervading. How could it be contingent on practice and realization?" asks Dogen Zenji, the 13th-century founder of Japanese Soto Zen Buddhism. Dogen's answer to this puzzle takes him to the heart of Zazen: the seated meditation practice at the core of our tradition.
Find information about various classes and practice opportunities at Buddha Eye throughout the late winter and spring.Read More
Join for a short New Year chanting service at 12 o’clock, noon, on January 1st followed by traditional Japanese new year food.Read More
Winter Art and Craft Fair
Friday, December 14 from 5 pm - 8 pm
Saturday, December 15 from 10 am - 4 pm