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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Risho View Post
    Thank you all

    Ryo, what was that poem you recited today? It was very nice, and I'd like to jot that down

    Gassho

    Risho
    -stlah
    Same!

    Yuki, your Japanese chanting is wonderful!

    Gassho
    SatToday

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    Thanks Synjin !
    I feel great when I’m chanting in Japanese... It’s my second nature I think.

    Yuki 雪
    (Sat today)

  3. #103
    Hey Gang,

    I think the one you are probably referring to was I Watch People In The World by Ryokan Taigu

    I watch people in the world
    Throw away their lives lusting after things,
    Never able to satisfy their desires,
    Falling into deeper despair
    And torturing themselves.
    Even if they get what they want
    How long will they be able to enjoy it?
    For one heavenly pleasure
    They suffer ten torments of hell,
    Binding themselves more firmly to the grindstone.
    Such people are like monkeys
    Frantically grasping for the moon in the water
    And then falling into a whirlpool.
    How endlessly those caught up in the floating world suffer.
    Despite myself, I fret over them all night
    And cannot staunch my flow of tears.

    And I'm glad you liked it kind sirs.

    By the way thanks Yuki for running the session on Saturday, the weekend is the only time I get to spend a quality evening with my lovely wife. So she certainly appreciated it

    In Gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH



    Quote Originally Posted by Synjin View Post
    Same!

    Yuki, your Japanese chanting is wonderful!

    Gassho
    SatToday

  4. #104
    Happy Weekend everyone,

    As I suggested last week we will be having a week of more familiar chants this week as we have done 2 new ones recently. So in the spirit of getting us ready for the 4 hour zazenkai session next Friday we will doing the old faves such as the heart sutra (English or Japanese), Sandokai, Metta practice (if you would like) and the full dedication of merit.

    Basically it will be a jukebox musical of chants. Any of them are available in either the treeleaf or the Treeleaf zen retreat book that we used last week. The link is below again

    https://www.treeleaf.org/forums/cont...eat-Chant-Book

    And if there is anything you want to hear or chant just ask away

    In Gassho,

    Ryokudo,

    SAT/LAH

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    You will have to ask John P. and Heitou if the « All Japanese Saturday Session » was not too much for them !

    Yuki 雪

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki View Post
    You will have to ask John P. and Heitou if the « All Japanese Saturday Session » was not too much for them !

    Yuki 雪
    There is no way it will have been, its beautiful to hear you dude. I'm looking forward to knocking out some Maka Hannya Shin Gyo, next week. But we'll give everyone a bit of the old anglais too.

    See you tomorrow,

    Ryokudo

  7. #107
    Hey there; are there any zen poetry books you guys would recommend?

    gassho

    risho
    -stlah

  8. #108
    For those interested in Ikkyu Sojun's Void in Form/Form in Void:

    Void In Form:

    When,just as they are,
    White dewdrops gather
    On scarlet maple leaves,
    Regard the scarlet beads!

    **************************

    Form in Void:

    The tree is stripped,
    All color, fragrance gone,
    Yet already on the bough,
    Uncaring spring!

    -SAT/LAH
    Last edited by Synjin; 04-01-2021 at 11:52 PM.

  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by Risho View Post
    Hey there; are there any zen poetry books you guys would recommend?

    gassho

    risho
    -stlah
    The "Poetry of Zen" has a good mixture of poems and then obviously anything by Ryokan if you ask me, you know the ones "One Robe ,One Bowl" or "Great Fool". As for Ikkyu I guess the Johns are probably best placed to answer. I'm also told "The River of Heaven" is good curated by Robert Aitken.

    Hope that helps,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

  10. #110
    oh boy - I searched for the Poetry of Zen and now I'm in a rabbit hole on Amazon. hahaha (it's a good rabbit hole though)

    Thank you Ryokudo

    Thank you Synjin for today's poem.

    Gassho

    Risho
    -stlah

  11. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by Risho View Post
    oh boy - I searched for the Poetry of Zen and now I'm in a rabbit hole on Amazon. hahaha (it's a good rabbit hole though)

    Thank you Ryokudo

    Thank you Synjin for today's poem.

    Gassho

    Risho
    -stlah
    Welcome to the addiction

    -SAT/LAH

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    Aah sorry its by Sam Hamill and JP Seaton, and it is lovely.

    Gassho

    Ryokudo

  14. #114
    Hey Gang,

    Happy Easter, and I hope you are enjoying yourselves Middle Way style obviously, not over the top like yours truly.

    As I suggested last week this weeks chant will be Enmei Jukka Kannon Gyo which is on page 14 of the Retreat Chant book (link provided last week).

    I look forward to seeing you bunnies tomorrow.

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

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    Hi !

    Here is the text I use for Sanki Raimon in Japanese.


    Sanki raimon
    (The Three Refuge Verse)


    Leader: Ji kie Butsu

    All: To gan shu jō
    tai ge dai dō
    hotsu mu jō i
    (Gassho)

    Leader: Ji kie Ho

    All: To gan shu jō
    jin nyu kyo zo
    chi e nyo kai
    (Gassho)

    Leader: Ji kie So

    All: To gan shu jō
    tō ri dai shu
    is-sai mu ge
    (Gassho)

    Yuki 雪

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    And I add The four vows, in Japanese too.

    Shi Gu Sei Gan
    (The Four Vows)

    SHU JO MU HEN SEI GAN DO

    BON NO MU JIN SEI GAN DAN

    HO MON MU RYO SEI GAN GAKU

    BUTSUDO MU JO SEI GAN JO

    Yuki 雪


    Sat today

  17. #117
    Sorry guys -this week has been an "interesting" one at work, so I haven't been able to make it. I'm hoping to tomorrow or Thursday. Also, my wife is due 4/22; it's our first baby, and it's a boy so I'm sure I'll have some lack of sleep to look forward to, but I'll drop by when I can, but I'm guessing I'll be sitting the league minimum (15 mins) for a while .

    Gassho

    Risho
    -stlah

  18. #118
    Quote Originally Posted by Risho View Post
    Sorry guys -this week has been an "interesting" one at work, so I haven't been able to make it. I'm hoping to tomorrow or Thursday. Also, my wife is due 4/22; it's our first baby, and it's a boy so I'm sure I'll have some lack of sleep to look forward to, but I'll drop by when I can, but I'm guessing I'll be sitting the league minimum (15 mins) for a while .

    Gassho

    Risho
    -stlah
    Not a problem my brother, I'm fairly certain that prepping for a wee nipper is ok. And hey you never need to apologise, you are here when you are here my friend.

    BTW congratulations on your awaiting Risho JR. I hope all goes well.

    Love ya dude,

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

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    Hey yuki,

    I'm afraid I am working late tonight so can you run today and tomorrow?

  21. #121
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryokudo View Post
    Hey yuki,

    I'm afraid I am working late tonight so can you run today and tomorrow?
    Thank you for leading today, Yuki.

    Quote Originally Posted by Risho View Post
    Sorry guys -this week has been an "interesting" one at work, so I haven't been able to make it. I'm hoping to tomorrow or Thursday. Also, my wife is due 4/22; it's our first baby, and it's a boy so I'm sure I'll have some lack of sleep to look forward to, but I'll drop by when I can, but I'm guessing I'll be sitting the league minimum (15 mins) for a while .

    Congratulations Risho!
    "If you’re not sure, don’t act. Once you act, you wander through birth and death and regret" -Bodhidharma Bloodstream Sermon

    "Frog is a good example of our practice —when a frog sits he sits. He becomes a frog, Zen becomes Zen." -Suzuki

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    Thanks to everyone who attended Chanting & Zazen Circle this week. A special thank to John P. and his fabulous Enmei Jukku Kannon Gyo chant !


    Yuki (雪)
    Sat today

  23. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki View Post
    Thanks to everyone who attended Chanting & Zazen Circle this week. A special thank to John P. and his fabulous Enmei Jukku Kannon Gyo chant !


    Yuki (雪)
    Sat today
    Hey all,

    Yes indeed thanks for being a part of the circle and a special thanks to my dharma frere, Yuki for leading at short notice when I've been snowed at work.

    Seriously gang you are the guys who make this a lovely thing.

    Gassho

    Ryokudo

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    Hey gang,

    So I was thinking as it is Buddha's birthday on the 8th, in japan at least ( the rest of Asia is waiting for May, when we can celebrate again), I figured we could also go back to the first chant we learned( most of us anyway) so let's go Heart sutra.

    We have it in Japanese and English on page 4-6 of the retreat handbook and I know yuki has a French version floating around.

    So let's go for that unless y'all have other suggestions.

    I hope that suits and I'll look forward to seeing y'all on Monday.

    Gassho

    Ryokudo

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    Here is the French version of Heart sutra :

    Le Soutra de la Sagesse Qui Nous Mène à l’Autre Rive


    Avalokiteshvara en pratiquant profondement la sagesse
    qui nous mène à l’autre rive, découvrit soudainement
    que les cinq skandhas sont tous pareillement vides.

    Grâce à cette réalisation il dépassa toute souffrance.

    Écoute Shariputra, ce corps même est le vide,
    et le vide même est ce corps.

    Ce corps n’est autre que le vide,
    et le vide n’est autre que ce corps.

    Il en va de même pour les sensations, les perceptions,
    les formations mentales, et la conscience.

    Écoute Shariputra, tous les phénomènes portent l’empreinte du vide:
    leur nature véritable n’est ni l’être ni le non-être,
    ni la naissance ni la mort, ni la pureté ni l’impureté,
    ni la croissance, ni la décroissance.
    C’est pourquoi dans le vide le corps, les sensations,
    les perceptions, les formations mentales et la conscience
    ne sont pas des entités dotées d’un soi séparé.

    Les dix-huit domaines des phénomènes que sont les six organes des sens,
    les six objets des sens et les six consciences,
    ne sont pas non plus des entités dotées d’un soi séparé.

    Le mal être, les causes du mal être, la fin du mal être,
    la voie, la compréhension et la réalisation,
    ne sont pas non plus des entités dotées d’un soi séparé.

    Quiconque peut voir ceci ne voit plus aucun objet à atteindre.
    Et les Bodhisattva qui pratiquent la sagesse qui nous mène à l’autre rive
    ne voient plus d’obstacle dans leur esprit,
    et sans obstacle dans leur esprit ils dépassent toutes peurs.

    Ils détruisent toute perception erronée et réalisent le parfait Nirvana.

    Tous les Bouddhas du passé, du présent et du futur
    en pratiquant la sagesse qui nous mène à l’autre rive
    sont tous capables d’atteindre l’illumination authentique et parfaite.

    Ainsi Shariputra, nous devons savoir que la sagesse qui nous mène à l’autre rive est un grand mantra,
    le plus lumineux des mantras, le plus élevé des mantras,
    un mantra au delà de toute comparaison,
    la sagesse véritable qui a le pouvoir de mettre fin à toutes sortes de souffrances.

    Ainsi proclamons un mantra en éloge à la sagesse qui nous mène à l’autre rive.

    Gate, gate, paragate, parasamgate bodhisvaha!



    See you tomorrow !

    Yuki (雪)
    Sat today

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    ... And I add this short chant used for opening the Sutra verse :

    « The Dharma is deep and lovely,
    We now have a chance to see it,
    study it, and practice it.
    We vow to realize it’s true meaning. »

    Mujô jinjin mimyô hô
    hyaku senman gô nan sôgû.
    Ga kon kemmon toku juji.
    Gange nyorai shinjitsu gi.

    Yuki (雪)

  27. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by Synjin View Post
    Thank you for leading today, Yuki.




    Congratulations Risho!
    thank you

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    Will try to be back tonight

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  30. #130
    I was hoping to be able to join you, but unfortunately my work schedule has changed. I think Saturdays will be only day that'll work

    Gassho,
    Meredith
    _/ST\_

  31. #131
    I'm really sorry but I am still stuck in meetings so can't make tonight

  32. #132
    Jeez

    I'm sorry Yuki and all of you, but it looks like I will be snowed under for the rest of the week, I will try to at least join for zazen tonight, but no promises.

    Cheers

    Ryo.

  33. #133
    Just missed the connection and missed the session, Zazenkai. well guess I was just too late. Maybe next week.
    Gassho
    sat
    Tai Shi
    The reason we are foolish enough to make ourselves suffer and make the other person suffer is that we forget that we and the other person are impermanent. Someday when we die, we will lose all our possessions, our power, our family, everything. Our freedom, peace, and joy in the present moment is the most important thing we have. But without an awakened understanding of impermanence, it is not possible to be happy. Thich Nhat Hanh, The Tiger Within. p 119.

  34. #134
    Hi All,

    I'm really sorry for being away for most of the week, but i know Yuki and John P have ran the ship well, better most would say.

    Anywho after chatting with Yuki we thought this weeks chant will be Enmei Jukka Kannon Gyo again as you all love it so much, which is on page 14 of the Retreat Chant book (link provided last week).

    However I will perhaps throw in the occasional Sandokai to keep you on your toes. I shall see y'all tomorrow and expect you to be wonderful.

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

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    Hi everybody !

    Here are some informations about Enmei Jikku Kannon Gyo :

    « According to the Chronology of Buddha Ancestors (Fozu tongji), compiled by Zhipan in 1269 C E., a defeated and imprisoned general, Wang Xuanmo , received this sūtra in a dream in 450 C E., and the vigorous chanting of it saved his life from execution.
    As Hakuin, the eighteenth-century Japanese Zen master of the Rinzai School, encouraged his students to chant it, this extrashort scripture has been chanted daily in Rinzai Zen monasteries and centers. It has also been recited in centers of the Sōtō School. The chanting becomes faster and louder while the verse is repeated. »

    From :
    Zen Chants: Thirty-Five Essential Texts with Commentary
    Kazuaki Tanahashi

    Yuki 雪

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    Monday April 19 Chanting & Zazen Circle.

    Thanks to Clare and Olivia for their patience with my poor performance at my first try with Enmei Juju Kannon Gyo. Will do better with practice ! Thanks John P. for his excellent choice of haiku. Hope to see you soon again !

    Tuesday 20 :

    Good session with John P. Great chants and haikus, small talk about weather, Italian cooking and books from Helena Ferrante.

    Wednesday 21 :

    Session with John P., Ryokudo made an apparition to say hello. Nice sitting and interesting talk.

    Thursday 22 :

    Arigato gozaimasu to Ryokudo and John P. for their excellent chants.
    By the way, Risho, are you father now ? If yes, congratulations !!!

    Friday 23 :

    John P. and me. Chanting, zazen and great chat.

    Saturday 24 :

    John P. joined me for this last session of the week.

    Yuki 雪
    Last edited by Yuki; 04-26-2021 at 05:13 PM.

  37. #137
    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki View Post
    Monday April 19 Chanting & Zazen Circle.

    Thanks to Clare and Olivia for their patience with my poor performance at my first try with Enmei Jikku Kannon Gyo. Will do better with practice ! Thanks John P. for his excellent choice of haiku. Hope to see you soon again !

    Tuesday 20 :

    Good session with John P. Great chants and haikus, small talk about weather, Italian cooking and books from Helena Ferrante.

    Wednesday 21 :

    Session with John P., Ryokudo made an apparition to say hello. Nice sitting and interesting talk.

    Thursday 22 :

    Arigato gozaimasu to Ryokudo and John P. for their excellent chants.

    Yuki 雪

    Hi Yuki,

    It looks like I may have to duck out of tonight again for which I apologise. If so I will see you on Monday

    Arigato,

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

  38. #138
    Hey Yuki et al,

    I'm afraid you won't be seeing me tonight as I have been signed off work with a migraine and ordered toile in a darkened room.

    Life's a bit trying at the moment.

    I'm really sorry. So do whatever you feel tonight, while I feel sorry for myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryokudo View Post
    Hey Yuki et al,

    I'm afraid you won't be seeing me tonight as I have been signed off work with a migraine and ordered toile in a darkened room.

    Life's a bit trying at the moment.

    I'm really sorry. So do whatever you feel tonight, while I feel sorry for myself
    This is your Migraine Chant. Great lesson, sacred recline in darkened room. What are you missing?

    Gassho, J

    STLah
    ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

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    Hey Ryo,

    It was good to see you today !
    I wish your migraine will vanish soon.

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    See you tomorrow !

    Yuki 雪

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki View Post
    Hey Ryo,

    It was good to see you today !
    I wish your migraine will vanish soon.

    95A5A651-5C34-413E-9CF6-19A9FFD2C514.jpeg

    See you tomorrow !

    Yuki 雪
    Hi Yuki,

    May I ask about the Mudra you posted. Is there a meaning for you?

    Gassho, Jundo
    ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jundo View Post
    This is your Migraine Chant. Great lesson, sacred recline in darkened room. What are you missing?

    Gassho, J

    STLah
    Thank you Jundo,

    I was getting a little sorry for myself.

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

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    Hi Jundo,

    This Mudra is an old drawing I’ve realized, maybe 13-14 years ago, following a travel in Myanmar. I liked the gracious position of these hands but I don’t remember who or what was the model I took at this time, sorry. I must admit that I didn’t knew the exact meaning of the Mudra but after some searches on the web, here what I found : dharmacakra-mudrā represents a teaching gesture, starting the wheel of the law. It symbolizes the first sermon of the Buddha Śākyamuni near Bénarès.
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    Gassho, Yuki 雪

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    Hi everybody !

    Many thanks to Anisa, John P., Eishin and Ryokudo for the participation to Chanting & Zazen Circle this week.

    For Eishin, the New Heart Sutra translation by Thich Nhat Hanh :

    The Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore

    Avalokiteshvara
    while practicing deeply with
    the Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore,
    suddenly discovered that
    all of the five Skandhas are equally empty,
    and with this realisation
    he overcame all Ill-being.

    “Listen Sariputra,
    this Body itself is Emptiness
    and Emptiness itself is this Body.
    This Body is not other than Emptiness
    and Emptiness is not other than this Body.
    The same is true of Feelings,
    Perceptions, Mental Formations,
    and Consciousness.

    “Listen Sariputra,
    all phenomena bear the mark of Emptiness;
    their true nature is the nature of
    no Birth no Death,
    no Being no Non-being,
    no Defilement no Purity,
    no Increasing no Decreasing.

    “That is why in Emptiness,
    Body, Feelings, Perceptions,
    Mental Formations and Consciousness
    are not separate self entities.

    The Eighteen Realms of Phenomena
    which are the six Sense Organs,
    the six Sense Objects,
    and the six Consciousnesses
    are also not separate self entities.

    The Twelve Links of Interdependent Arising
    and their Extinction
    are also not separate self entities.
    Ill-being, the Causes of Ill-being,
    the End of Ill-being, the Path,
    insight and attainment,
    are also not separate self entities.

    Whoever can see this
    no longer needs anything to attain.

    Bodhisattvas who practice
    the Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore
    see no more obstacles in their mind,
    and because there
    are no more obstacles in their mind,
    they can overcome all fear,
    destroy all wrong perceptions
    and realize Perfect Nirvana.

    “All Buddhas in the past, present and future
    by practicing
    the Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore
    are all capable of attaining
    Authentic and Perfect Enlightenment.

    “Therefore Sariputra,
    it should be known that
    the Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore
    is a Great Mantra,
    the most illuminating mantra,
    the highest mantra,
    a mantra beyond compare,
    the True Wisdom that has the power
    to put an end to all kinds of suffering.
    Therefore let us proclaim
    a mantra to praise
    the Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore.

    Gate, Gate, Paragate, Parasamgate, Bodhi Svaha!
    Gate, Gate, Paragate, Parasamgate, Bodhi Svaha!
    Gate, Gate, Paragate, Parasamgate, Bodhi Svaha!”

    Have a great weekend !

    Yuki 雪
    Sat today

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    Hi !

    I propose to recite the Song of the grassroots hermitage from Sekitō (Shih-t'ou) this week.
    As there are many versions, here is the text I took on the site Daily Zen : https://www.dailyzen.com/journal/son...roof-hermitage


    Song of the Grass-Roof Hermitage


    I've built a grass hut where there's nothing of value.
    After eating, I relax and enjoy a nap.
    When it was completed, fresh weeds appeared.
    Now it's been lived in - covered by weeds.

    The person in the hut lives here calmly,
    Not stuck to inside, outside, or in between.
    Places worldly people live, he doesn't live.
    Realms worldly people love, he doesn't love.

    Though the hut is small, it includes the entire world.
    In ten square feet, an old man illumines forms and their nature.
    A Great Vehicle bodhisattva trusts without doubt.
    The middling or lowly can't help wondering;
    Will this hut perish or not?

    Perishable or not, the original master is present,
    not dwelling south or north, east or west.
    Firmly based on steadiness, it can't be surpassed.
    A shining window below the green pines --
    Jade palaces or vermilion towers can't compare with it.

    Just sitting with head covered, all things are at rest.
    Thus, this mountain monk doesn't understand at all.
    Living here he no longer works to get free.
    Who would proudly arrange seats, trying to entice guests?

    Turn around the light to shine within, then just return.
    The vast inconceivable source can't be faced or turned away from.
    Meet the ancestral teachers, be familiar with their instruction,
    Bind grasses to build a hut, and don't give up.

    Let go of hundreds of years and relax completely.
    Open your hands and walk, innocent.
    Thousands of words, myriad interpretations,
    Are only to free you from obstructions.
    If you want to know the undying person in the hut,
    Don't separate from this skin bag here and now.

    Shih-t'ou (700-790)

    ___________

    See you this week !

    Gassho, Yuki 雪

  46. #146
    I'm sorry guys I won't be there again tonight due to work commitments.

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    HI All,

    I am afraid that for the next couple of weeks my hours have been changed at work and so I will not be able to join the sessions.

    I hope you all continue to have good sits though.

    Many thanks,

    Ryokudo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryokudo View Post
    HI All,

    I am afraid that for the next couple of weeks my hours have been changed at work and so I will not be able to join the sessions.

    I hope you all continue to have good sits though.

    Many thanks,

    Ryokudo
    Hi Ryo,

    John P. And me are keeping the circle active, of course, chanting and sitting every day.
    See you when you will be free from work !

    Yuki 雪

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