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Dharma Study

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Dharma Study meets in the Joshua Forman House. The group, which includes Shinge Roshi and many students, is currently reading and discussing The Book of Rinzai, which is available for purchase in our store.

All are welcome, and no prior reading is necessary.

We will begin Dharma Study at 7:00 pm by meeting in the Carriage House Zendo for a half hour of zazen before moving over to the Forman House.

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Sun, Mar 9, 2014 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
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Basic Buddhism

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This six-part course explores basic questions about Buddhist teachings and practice. Read more »

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Course exploring Buddhist teachings and practice

Deep Presence

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This course in the cultivation of mindfulness is offered regularly at the Zen Center, taught by Shinge Roshi, Roko Sherry Chayat. Six evening classes include meditation instruction and practice, group discussion, and light refreshments. 

The fee is $125; a reduced rate of $85 is available for students, seniors, and those with limited income.

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Introduction to meditation course

Membership at the Zen Center of Syracuse, Hoen-ji

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All are welcome to practice at the Zen Center of Syracuse Hoen-ji. Newcomers are provided with instruction on Thursday evenings; they should arrive by 5:30 p.m. The suggested donation for non-members is $5 each visit. The orientation given is enough to initiate the zazen (sitting meditation) experience. In addition, the introductory course, Deep Presence, taught twice a year by Shinge Roshi, is most helpful. Read more »

Deep Presence

Deep Presence: An Introduction to Meditation

This course in the cultivation of mindfulness is offered regularly at the Zen Center (about four times a year). Six evening classes include meditation instruction and practice, group discussion, and light refreshments.

About the Class

Anxiety about the economy, world events, job-related stress, and family issues can take a toll on our physical and mental health. We may not be able to control our outer circumstances, but we can develop inner peace and resilience. Read more »

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