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  • TREELEAF SANGHA online 2-DAY ANGO-JUKAI-ROHATSU RETREAT -- 2013 --



    WELCOME ...

    ... to our TREELEAF 'AT HOME' Two Day 'ALL ONLINE' ROHATSU (Buddha's Enlightenment Day) RETREAT, being held by LIVE NETCAST on Saturday/Sunday December 7th and 8th, 2013 (though starting Friday night in some time zones).

    Please 'sit-a-long' with the LIVE NETCAST at the times below ... to be visible "live" on our Treeleaf Google+ Page during those hours:

    LINK TO TREELEAF GOOGLE+ PAGE to SIT LIVE IS HERE!

    HOWEVER, you may still join the Retreat and sit-a-long at ANY AND ALL TIME after, by the real time recorded version at the links below (no different from the original!).

    The full sitting schedule is below, and you may download our CHANT BOOK HERE(LINK to PDF).


    and please review the various RETREAT POINTERS HERE(LINK to PDF).


    Recordings of each segment are posted below in time order ... and if we drop from mind all thought of 'now' 'then' 'here' and 'there' ... we will all be sitting together right when and where you are!

    This Retreat celebrates the 'official' closure of our ANGO (90 day Special Practice Season) at Treeleaf, is a part of current preparations for our JUKAI (Undertaking the Precepts) Ceremony in January, and marks ROHATSU ... the traditional holiday in Japan celebrating the time of the Buddha's Enlightenment.

    Jundo will be guiding the first day of sitting on Saturday, and Taigu on Sunday.

    In case of technical problems, please just go along as best you can with the schedule ... we sit with "what is".. .

    OF COURSE, EVERYTHING IN MODERATION ... if the sitting ever feels too much, be sure to walk lots and lots of Kinhin (even if during a sitting period). And if the whole retreat becomes too much, or you feel ill, you may slow down ... , spread things out, shorten the sittings ... or STOP! Be sure that you have someone close by whom you can call, or who can check on you from time to time. If there is any question about health, do not take any chances!

    Our thanks to Sangha Member William Anderson for presenting a 15-Minute YOGA LESSON TO HELP US STRETCH DURING ANY BREAK TIME (LINK HERE)

    Please write and let us know how it goes. Gassho, Jundo & Taigu

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    DAY 1 UNIT 1
    (Live Netcast: Start = FRIDAY NY 4pm London 9pm / End = FRIDAY NY 7:05pm, London 12:05am)
    (ALL TIMES APPROXIMATE)


    DAY 1
    06:00-06:50 AM Entrance by Officiant (Jundo) & Zazen. If you usually wear a Rakusu, DO NOT wear it yet (keep it in its bag) until Takkesage (Kesa Verse) later in morning.
    06:50-07:00 Kinhin* (All Kinhin times can be bathroom break)
    07:00-07:35 Zazen
    07:35-07:45 Kinhin

    07:45-08:25 Zazen + Kesa Verse
    08:25-09:05 "Long" Service.Please follow along in the Sutra Books that will be provided. Floor prostrations when hear ching-ching-ching-ching- ching roll of bell.
    09:05-09:20 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 1-1
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFKXU4H3giI
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    DAY 1 UNIT 2
    (Live Netcast: Start=FRIDAY NY 7:20pm London SATURDAY 12:20am /End=FRIDAY NY 7:50pm, SATURDAY London 12:50am)


    09:20-09:50 Oryoki Bring you bowls and small table before start.
    09:50-10:30 Samu/Rest Period Mindfully wash and repack Oryoki bowls.


    RECORDING OF ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 1-2 Oryoki
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gojXrRqL0jY#t=59
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    DAY 1 UNIT 3
    (Live Netcast: Start=FRIDAY NY 8:30pm London SATURDAY 1:30am /End=FRIDAY NY 10:45pm, SATURDAY London 3:45am)



    10:30-11:10 Zazen
    11:10-11:20 Kinhin
    11:20-12:00 Zazen &Dharma Talk Chant Gatha on Opening & Closing Sutra

    12:00-12:10 Kinhin
    12:10-12:45 Zazen
    12:45-13:10 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 1-3
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCK3aL5xyko

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    DAY 1 UNIT 4
    (Live Netcast: Start=FRIDAY NY 11:10pm London SATURDAY 4:10am /End=FRIDAY NY 11:40pm, SATURDAY London 4:40am)


    13:10-13:40 Oryoki Bring you bowls and small table before start.
    13:40-14:30 Samu/Rest Period Mindfully wash and repack Oryoki bowls.


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE
    Unit 1-4 Oryoki
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_17sUfrdkQ

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    DAY 1 UNIT 5
    (Live Netcast: Start=SATURDAY NY 12:30am London 5:30am /End=SATURDAY NY 1:30am, London 6:30am)



    14:30-15:00 Samu Work Practice Indoor if night time, Outdoor if daytime and possible
    15:00-16:00 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    1-5 Samu
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYnMZsbyjrI#t=690
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    DAY 1 UNIT 6
    (Live Netcast: Start=SATURDAY NY 2:00am London 7:00am /End=SATURDAY NY 4:25am, London 9:25am)


    16:00-16:40 Zazen
    16:40-16:50 Kinhin
    16:50-17:40 Zazen & Dharma Talk Chant Gatha on Opening & Closing Sutra

    17:40-17:50 Kinhin
    17:50-18:25 Zazen
    18:25-19:00 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 1-6
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_uFjPO40dI
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    DAY 1 UNIT 7
    (Live Netcast: Start=SATURDAY NY 5:00am London 10:00am /End=SATURDAY NY 5:30am, London 10:30am)


    19:00-19:30 Samu Work Practice Indoor if night time, Outdoor if daytime and possible
    19:30-20:00 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 1-7 Samu
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fF8KPnuo_68

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    DAY 1 UNIT 8
    (Live Netcast: Start=SATURDAY NY 6:00am London 11:00am /End=SATURDAY NY 8:30am, London 1:30pm)


    20:00-20:50 "Short" Service & Zazen Please follow along in the Sutra Books that will be provided. Floor prostrations when here ching-ching-ching-ching- ching roll of bell.
    20:50-21:00 Kinhin

    21:00-21:40 Zazen &Dharma Talk Chant Gatha on Opening & Closing Sutra
    21:40-21:50 Kinhin
    21:50-22:30 Metta Chant & Zazen Close with Verse of Atonement & Four Vows


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit-1-8
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbNWzr4rkk8

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    DAY 1 UNIT 9
    ( No Live Netcast from SATURDAY NY 8:30am London 1:30pm to NY 4:00pm, London 9:00pm)
    PLEASE CATCH UP WITH MISSED OVERNIGHT UNITS!


    (Optional: Waza = Tradition of 'All Night Zazen' ... but we recommend you sleep instead.
    See you in the morning)


    22:30 PM-
    (Day 2)
    05:30 AM
    BATH & SLEEP

    NO RECORDING OF ABOVE

    However, this may be a good time for the 15-Minute YOGA LESSON TO HELP US STRETCH (LINK HERE) presented by our Sangha Member William.



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    DAY 2 UNIT 1
    (Live Netcast: Start = SATURDAY NY 4pm London 9pm / End = SATURDAY NY 6:55pm, London 11:55pm)
    (ALL TIMES APPROXIMATE)


    06:00-06:40 AM Zazen Begin sitting without instruction. If you usually wear a Rakusu, DO NOT wear it yet (keep it in its bag) until Takkesage (Kesa Verse) later in morning.
    06:40-07:00 Long (20 minute) Kinhin*
    07:00-07:35 Zazen
    07:35-07:45 Kinhin

    07:45-08:25 Zazen + Kesa Verse When instructed, place on Kesa and recite Kesa Verse. All others, hands in Gassho.
    08:25-08:55 "Long" Service Please follow along in the Sutra Books that will be provided. Floor prostrations when hear ching-ching-ching-ching- ching roll of bell.
    08:55-09:20 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-1
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhFSynlYWZI
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    DAY 2 UNIT 2
    (Live Netcast:Start=SATURDAY NY 7:20pm London SUNDAY 12:20am/End=SATURDAY NY 7:50pm, SUNDAY London 12:50am)


    09:20-09:50 Oryoki Bring you bowls and small table before start.
    09:50-10:30 Samu/Rest Period Mindfully wash and repack Oryoki bowls.


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-2 Oryoki
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gojXrRqL0jY#t=59
    _____________________________________________

    DAY 2 UNIT 3
    (Live Netcast: Start=SATURDAY NY 8:30pm London SUNDAY 1:30am/End=SATURDAY NY 10:45pm, SUNDAY London 3:45am)



    10:30-11:10 Zazen
    11:10-11:20 Kinhin
    11:20-12:00 Zazen & Dharma Talk Chant Gatha on Opening & Closing Sutra

    12:00-12:10 Kinhin
    12:10-12:45 Zazen
    12:45-13:10 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-3
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdpbeAegh8I

    _____________________________________________

    DAY 2 UNIT 4
    (Live Netcast:Start=SATURDAY NY 11:10pm London SUNDAY 4:10am/End=SATURDAY NY 11:40pm, SUNDAY London 4:40am)


    13:10-13:40 Oryoki Bring you bowls and small table before start.
    13:40-14:30 Samu/Rest Period Mindfully wash and repack Oryoki bowls.


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-4 Oryoki
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEM3Dh5Obk4
    ____________________________________________

    DAY 2 UNIT 5
    (Live Netcast: Start=SUNDAY NY 12:30am London 5:30am /End=SUNDAY NY 1:30am, London 6:30am)


    14:30-15:30 Samu Work Practice Indoor if night time, Outdoor if daytime and possible
    15:30-16:00 REST PERIOD


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-5 Samu
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84hTtYQ5uB4
    _____________________________________________


    DAY 2 UNIT 6
    (Live Netcast: Start=SUNDAY NY 2:00am London 7:00am /End=SUNDAY NY 4:00 am, London 9:00am)


    16:00-16:40 Zazen
    16:40-16:50 Kinhin
    16:50-17:20 Zazen & Dharma Talk Chant Gatha on Opening & Closing Sutra

    17:20-17:30 Kinhin
    17:30-18:00 Zazen
    18:00-19:00 REST PERIOD

    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-6
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=src-PfP85wo#t=48
    _____________________________________________


    DAY 2 UNIT 7
    (Live Netcast: Start=SUNDAY NY 5:00am London 10:00am /End=SUNDAY NY 7:30am, London 12:30pm)


    19:00-19:50 "Short" Service & Zazen Please follow along in the Sutra Books that will be provided. Floor prostrations when here ching-ching-ching-ching- ching roll of bell.
    19:50-20:00 Kinhin
    20:00-20:40 Zazen & Dharma Talk Chant Gatha on Opening & Closing Sutra
    20:40-20:50 Kinhin
    20:50-21:20 Fukanzazengi & Zazen
    21:20-21:30 Verse of Atonement & Four Vows ... Closing Words ...


    RECORDING OF THE ABOVE IS HERE:
    Unit 2-7
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAHK1GBkl-0



    Nine Bows to All Who Sat This Retreat Together ...



    This article was originally published in forum thread: TREELEAF SANGHA online 2-DAY ANGO-JUKAI-ROHATSU RETREAT -- 2013 -- started by Jundo View original post
    Comments 68 Comments
    1. Shinzan's Avatar
      Shinzan -
      Thanks to Taigu and Jundo. Due to two snow storms, I had to rearrange my times, but was able to sit along with the group quite a bit. The coordination of the Ino group was a nice surprise. I especially appreciated people's questions.
      Shinzan
    1. zdlee's Avatar
      zdlee -
      Thank you everyone, it was a lovely retreat and weekend. It was nice to sit live with everyone for the parts I could make it to. Nine bows to you all.

      Gassho,

      Zac
    1. Sekishi's Avatar
      Sekishi -
      So much thanks to Jundo.
      So much thanks to Taigu.
      So much thanks to all who sat and will sit.
      So much thanks to our supportive families.
      So much thanks to the big ol' yellow dog who sat the entire weekend with me (well, lay next to me actually).
      So much thanks to the many ancestors and Buddhas.
      So much thanks to all sentient beings.

      May we all live the enlightened way together.

      Deep, deep bows,
      Eric

      Sent from my S4 via Tapatalk4
    1. Daijo's Avatar
      Daijo -
      Thanks to everyone who sat, sits or will sit. And thanks especially to our "coaching staff", with the tips I've learned and the recent storm I'm going to get on the ice right now and attempt some tricks. Or maybe I lost something in translation.

      Anyway, I'm still catching up, but committed.

      In Gassho,

      Chuck
    1. shikantazen's Avatar
      shikantazen -
      Wonderful retreat. The hangover was still there when I sat today evening with Dosho's monday sitting group. My sitting/body/mudra felt very still.

      When I joined this forum 10 months back, I was skeptical about sitting with an online group, not to mention sitting with a non-live recorded video. I was proved wrong with every weekend sitting over the months. This rohatsu wiped out all and any remaining doubts.

      Not talking to my wife or kid was difficult, the pain in the leg was difficult. But sitting and giving myself to the practice over two days was beautiful. Taigu's and Jundo's talks in the middle were so soothing and made rohatsu more lively. I particularly liked when Taigu said "Enjoy your sitting". I enjoyed my sits after that. Sitting with joyful ease.

      I also felt somehow I was being protected, things around me were getting taken care of, allowing me to sit. I was on-call support at work this weekend and it is strange that I didn't receive any calls where I needed to work. Only one call and that too right after my sitting.

      Thank you Jundo and Taigu and all my fellow dharma brothers and sisters.

      Gassho,
      Sam
    1. Daitetsu's Avatar
      Daitetsu -
      A really lovely experience - thanks a lot to all, but especially to Jundo, Taigu and all the Unsui for making this possible!

      Gassho,

      Timo
    1. Memo's Avatar
      Memo -
      As I was preparing for rohatsu friday night my wife received a call from hospital that her father died after longlasting illness.
      I will postpone rohatsu for some other time.

      Metta to my father in law and to all of Dharma

      Deep bows, Memo
    1. Shingen's Avatar
      Shingen -
      Quote Originally Posted by Memo View Post
      As I was preparing for rohatsu friday night my wife received a call from hospital that her father died after longlasting illness.
      I will postpone rohatsu for some other time.

      Metta to my father in law and to all of Dharma

      Deep bows, Memo
      Memo,

      I am sorry to hear of your lose. Much metta to you, your wife, and to all who have lost a loved one.

      Gassho
      Shingen
    1. Jundo's Avatar
      Jundo -
      We sit for all who suffer loss, and will dedicate some of our sittings for Rohatsu to your wife and family.

      Gassho, Jundo
    1. Dosho's Avatar
      Dosho -
      Memo,

      So sorry to hear of this news.

      Much metta to your family and to all that suffer.

      We are here.

      Gassho,
      Dosho
    1. Yugen's Avatar
      Yugen -
      Memo,
      Much metta to you and your family. We sit with you in our prayers.

      Deep bows
      Yugen
    1. Genshin's Avatar
      Genshin -
      Memo,

      Sorry to hear of your loss. Much metta to you and your family.

      Gassho
      Matt
    1. kidbuda's Avatar
      kidbuda -
      Memo, sorry for your loss. Will sit today for and for all of who say goodbye today to a loved one.
      Much Metta for you and your family.

      Gassho

      kb
    1. Daitetsu's Avatar
      Daitetsu -
      Dear Memo,

      I will sit for you and your loved ones.
      All the best,

      Gassho,

      Timo
    1. Daijo's Avatar
      Daijo -
      Sorry to hear about your loss.

      Chuck
    1. Gi Shu-George's Avatar
      Gi Shu-George -
      My ninety- seven Ango-rohatsu retreat end today.
      Thank you Jundo,Taigu,and all treeleaf sangha for this practice all these months.
      Gassho Gi shu-George.
    1. Jundo's Avatar
      Jundo -
    1. Nindo's Avatar
      Nindo -
      darkness to daylight to darkness
      meltwater dripping from the roof
      tires spinning in mushy snow
      snow plows rumbling far off

      bird song in japan
      hungry ghosts wailing in the wires
      moonrise with dogen
      full moon for hakuin

      pots and pans reciting gathas
      dishes laundry
      baking sewing
      samu doing samu

      yugen's deep bass
      taikyo's laughter
      good friends seen and unseen
      where were the ladies?

      sitting bowing to all with all
      altogether fabulous sangha
      lovely smiles
      thank you and OK!

    1. Kyonin's Avatar
      Kyonin -
      Deep bows in gratitude.

      Kyonin

      Quote Originally Posted by Nindo View Post
      darkness to daylight to darkness
      meltwater dripping from the roof
      tires spinning in mushy snow
      snow plows rumbling far off

      bird song in japan
      hungry ghosts wailing in the wires
      moonrise with dogen
      full moon for hakuin

      pots and pans reciting gathas
      dishes laundry
      baking sewing
      samu doing samu

      yugen's deep bass
      taikyo's laughter
      good friends seen and unseen
      where were the ladies?

      sitting bowing to all with all
      altogether fabulous sangha
      lovely smiles
      thank you and OK!

    1. Shingen's Avatar
      Shingen -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nindo View Post
      darkness to daylight to darkness
      meltwater dripping from the roof
      tires spinning in mushy snow
      snow plows rumbling far off

      bird song in japan
      hungry ghosts wailing in the wires
      moonrise with dogen
      full moon for hakuin

      pots and pans reciting gathas
      dishes laundry
      baking sewing
      samu doing samu

      yugen's deep bass
      taikyo's laughter
      good friends seen and unseen
      where were the ladies?

      sitting bowing to all with all
      altogether fabulous sangha
      lovely smiles
      thank you and OK!

      Beautiful Nindo. =)

      Gassho
      Shingen
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