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Sunday, Apr 21, 2019 10:00am
Join us for the robust ceremony of Hossenshiki, in which head Student Anyu Debra Savelle will ascend the teaching seat and engage the Buddha Eye Temple community in ritual Dharma Combat.Read More
Apr 18 (Thursday) 6:30 – 8:30 PMRead More
Sun, April 21, 12:30pm – 3:30pm
It’s time to get our temple vegetable garden planted and ready for the season! Join us for an afternoon outdoors!Read More
with Chef Ryan
Mondays: March 11th, April 15th, and May 13th, June 10th, 5:30pm - 8:00pm
This class aims to motivate people to cook wholesome food from scratch!
Join us for a screening of “Rivers & Tides,” Thomas Riedelsheimer’s intimate documentary about the life and work of artist Andy Goldsworthy. (1 hour, 32 minutes).Read More
Sunday April 7 10 - 11:30 AM
Every year on the Sunday closest to April 8th we celebrate the birth of Shakyamuni Buddha some 2,500 years ago. Known as the “Flower Festival”, this celebration is perhaps the most bright and festive of the year. We bathe the baby Buddha with pure water steeped with spring blossoms. After the ceremony, we enjoy temple-made rice pudding and enjoy the return of spring.
Saturday, March 23: 8:30 AM
Led by Kogen HouseknechtRead More
Join us for Art Sangha, an Informal Art Collective of Zen practitioners at Buddha Eye Temple.Read More
Head Teacher Ejo McMullen and
Head Student Anyu Savelle
March - April Sunday Morning Program
Listen to previous talks in Series
In the first two talks in this series on the famous poem of the The third ancestor, Verses of Faith Mind, Ejo explored the central themes of Faith and Mind. This week you are invited to bring your questions about the poem, its Dharma message and implications.Read More
Tue: March 5 7-9 PM (special two-hour workshop)Read More
Friday, March 8th, 2019. 6:00pm
Join us for a screening of Werner Herzog’s epic documentary “Into the Inferno” (1 hour, 44 minutes), with a discussion by Ejo McMullen.Read More
Saturdays. March: 9, 16, 30; April: 13, 20, 27; May 11. 12:00pm - 2:00pm
In this course, students will explore the relationship between intuitive drawing and the process of hand-carving in wood.Read More
A 5 part, trauma informed yoga class lead by Reiko Rain Rue.Read 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.