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  1. #201
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    Hi everyone !

    Reading suggestion for this week… Omom sent me the following poem :

    Prayer for the Great Family
    By Gary Snyder

    Gratitude to Mother Earth, sailing through night and day—
    and to her soil: rich, rare and sweet
    in our minds so be it.

    Gratitude to Plants, the sun-facing, light-changing leaf
    and fine root-hairs; standing still through wind
    and rain; their dance is in the flowering spiral grain
    in our minds so be it.

    Gratitude to Air, bearing the soaring Swift and silent
    Owl at dawn. Breath of our song
    clear spirit breeze
    in our minds so be it.

    Gratitude to Wild Beings, our brothers, teaching secrets,
    freedoms, and ways; who share with us their milk;
    self-complete, brave and aware
    in our minds so be it.

    Gratitude to Water: clouds, lakes, rivers, glaciers;
    holding or releasing; streaming through all
    our bodies salty seas
    in our minds so be it.

    Gratitude to the Sun: blinding pulsing light through
    trunks of trees, through mists, warming caves where
    bears and snakes sleep— he who wakes us—
    in our minds so be it.

    Gratitude to the Great Sky
    who holds billions of stars— and goes yet beyond that—
    beyond all powers, and thoughts
    and yet is within us—
    Grandfather Space.
    The Mind is his Wife.
    so be it.


    Gary Snyder, Turtle Island (after a Mohawk prayer)
    New Directions, New York, 1974.

    Gary Snyder won the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry with Turtle Island. A wise and remarkable work of poems and prose most of which is still relevant today in the 21st century.

    _________________
    See you soon !

    Yuki 雪.
    Last edited by Yuki; 06-14-2021 at 01:04 PM.

  2. #202
    good suggestion! thank you, Omom.



    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

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    Hi everybody !

    Sorry, I won’t be able to reach home in time for the Chanting and Zazen Circle.
    See you Thursday !

    Yuki 雪

    (To be in conformity with the rules of Trealeaf in this place : sat the last 2000 consecutive days and will sat again in less than one hour. I intent to sit the 2000 next consecutive days too. )
    Last edited by Yuki; 06-17-2021 at 01:04 AM. Reason: Try to be quite creative .

  4. #204
    Always great to sit and chant with everybody.

    Thank you all

    See You

    Gassho
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  5. #205
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    Hi everybody !

    Maybe we could try to chant the Japanese Kaikyo Ge this Friday ?

    KAIKYÔ GE

    « 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. »


    KAIKYÔ GE


    **
    MUJÔ JINJIN MIMYÔ HÔ *
    HYAKU SEN MAN GÔ NAN SÔGÛ.
    GA KON KEMMON TOKU JUJI.*
    GANGE NYORAI SHINJITSU * GI.

    Here is a link to a YouTube audio by Massimo Claus:



    See you tomorrow !

    Yuki 雪

    (Sat exactly 27 minutes and 13 seconds, 5 hours and 48 minutes ago, with Chanting and Zazen Circle, before posting here.)

  6. #206
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    Hi everybody !

    Omom suggest us some texts for this week's Chanting and Zazen Circle :

    A BUDDHIST SOLDIER'S GRAVE.
    Copyright, 1889, by Henry J. Wehman.

    Oh, the battle it is over, and the stars are shining bright,
    The moon shone on the dying and the dead;
    Not a sound could be heard but the screech of some wild bird,
    As it fluttered over the dying and the dead;
    But on that field lay one who nobly fought that day,
    His comrades, true to him, were standing by;
    As with anger he cried his comrades gently sighed,
    And with their hands they wiped away a tear.

    Chorus.
    Then he whispered good-bye to his comrades so dear,
    His head on his knapsack gently laid;
    Should you live to get home you may tell them
    That I am sleeping in a pretty soldier's grave.

    Oh, don't you remember that dear old oak tree,
    With my knife I cut my name out in the bark;
    Oh, that dear old lonely spot it will never be forgot,
    Though many miles I am from it now.
    Oh, that dear old shady lane it will never be forgot,
    There's where I used to meet the girl I love;
    Oh, go tell her not to cry, I will meet her bye-and-bye
    In a bright and better land above.-Chorus.


    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


    @ Stillness

    十方同聚會 The ten directions converging,

    個個學無爲 Each learning to do nothing,

    此是選佛場 This is the hall of Buddha's training;

    心空及第歸 Mind's empty, all's finished.

    P'ang Yün (龐蘊 Hõ Un) (Two Zen Classics 263)


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    @ The Ultimate Attainment

    The past is already past.

    Don't try to regain it.

    The present does not stay.

    Don't try to touch it.

    From moment to moment.

    The future has not come;

    Don't think about it

    Beforehand.

    Whatever comes to the eye,

    Leave it be.

    There are no commandments

    To be kept;

    There's no filth to be cleansed.

    With empty mind really

    Penetrated, the dharmas

    Have no life.

    When you can be like this,

    You've completed

    The ultimate attainment.

    P'ang Yün (龐蘊 Hõ Un)

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    @ Beyond This World

    通玄峯頂 Over the crest of the T'ung-hsuan-feng,

    不是人間 The human world is no more.

    心外無物 Nothing is outside the Mind;

    満目青山 And the eye is filled with green mountains.

    T'ien-t'ai Te-chao (天台德昭 Tendai Tokushõ; 891-972), most prominent disciple of Fa-yen (法眼 Hõgen), and abbot of a temple on Mount T'ung-hsuan-feng (通玄峯).

    (The Golden Age of Zen 240, 321 n.37)
    _________________________________

    As I will be with you only the two first days of the week, it’s up to you to choose what you want to do during the following days.

    See you Monday !

    Yuki 雪

    (Sat today / assis aujourd'hui / saß heute / zat vandaag / 今日座った / seduto oggi / sentou hoje / hodie sat / sidis hodiaŭ… )

  7. #207
    hi everybody,

    i will be back on wednesday, so i am very curious..

    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  8. #208
    Sounds good and maybe a sandokai or 2 for chanting

    Gassho,

    Neilio
    SAT/LAH

  9. #209
    Hey All,

    I'm sorry to say I won't be there tonight, not due to the England match as I suggested but more to do with having to work through. I may try to join for the ast 15 mins but no promises.

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

  10. #210
    Hey all,

    I'm afraid I'm still in work tonight.

    Gassho,

    Ryo

  11. #211
    Hi Ryokudo,

    Oh, Noooo

    l hope you will come tomorrow

    See You

    Gassho
    SatToday

  12. #212
    Hello to nobody,

    You will be pleased to know I will be there tonight

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo,

    SAT/LAH

  13. #213
    hi sitting chanters,

    i hope to be there to day i but i have lots of problems with my internet connection these days, so it is like life itself: one big dukkha..




    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  14. #214
    Hi Chanting Brothers,

    It's nice to know You will be there tonight Aprāpti

    Always Great To Sit and Chant In Your company!

    See you all !

    Gassho
    SatToday

  15. #215
    Quote Originally Posted by omom View Post
    Hi Chanting Brothers,

    It's nice to know You will be there tonight Aprāpti

    Always Great To Sit and Chant In Your company!
    no connection..

    aprapti

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  16. #216
    Hi Chanting Brothers,

    It was lovely to see Aprāpti and Ryokudo on Saturday.

    It is always pleasant and joyful to sit with everybody .

    Chanting was wonderful Aprāpti .
    Thank you so much

    See you tomorrow !


    In Gassho,

    nobody
    Last edited by omom; 06-27-2021 at 03:10 PM.
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  17. #217
    Quote Originally Posted by omom View Post
    Hi Chanting Brothers,

    It was lovely to see Aprāpti and Ryokudo on Saturday.

    It is always pleasant and joyful to sit with everybody .

    Chanting was wonderful Aprāpti .
    Thank you so much

    See you tomorrow !


    In Gassho,

    nobody
    _(|)_

    aprapti

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  18. #218
    OK tonight I was thinking a spoken song of zazen followed by sandokai in English chanted. Both are in the treeleaf retreat book I think.

    But we're always welcoming of other ideas obviously.

    No bosses here

    Gassho

    Ryo

  19. #219
    Hi everyone,

    Ryokudo that sounds lovely

    See you all

    Gassho,

    nobody
    Last edited by omom; 06-28-2021 at 06:14 PM.
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  20. #220
    Hi All

    as I mentioned last week I probably won't b there on Tuesday due to work. I will try but no promises.

    If not the world is your oyster, just make sure we have some zazen.

    In deepest gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

  21. #221
    Hi everybody !

    I probably won't be there on Tuesday and Wednesday....
    I will try but no promises.

    May your practice be a cause of happiness!

    See you soon !

    With deep bows,

    nobody
    SatToday

  22. #222
    Hello Friends,
    Here is a quick eye update. My eyesight test is scheduled for 12 July. New spectacles will show up around 14 days after that. So by the end of July I hope to be able to see well enough to join treeleaf zoom meetings.

    Yuki - I hope you, your friends and family are safe? We hear much about the unusually hot weather in Canada.

    Deep Bows to all,
    As ever,

    Seiko
    stlah
    清 Sei (Pure)
    光 Ko (Light)

    Al Garrod, Lincoln, UK.

    Chanting & Zazen Circle.
    All welcome.
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  23. #223
    Hey all,

    So in all likelihood work will drag over into my zazen time so I porbably won't be there,

    Many apologies,

    Ryo

  24. #224
    Hello to Ryokudo,

    Oh, Noooo

    Ryokudo, we missed you today.
    It was only John P. and I.

    l hope we can see you tomorrow.


    With deep bows,
    Last edited by omom; 07-01-2021 at 08:11 PM.
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  25. #225
    Hello Seiko,


    This is great news that you will be back here to join Treeleaf zoom meetings in ⭕️Chanting and Zazen Circle with us.

    We'll look forward to seeing you again,

    May you be well!

    With all best Dharma wishes!

    Much Metta and take care,

    With deep bows,

    nobody
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    Hi everybody !

    Seiko, it’s a great news! We miss you here, as you can guess. And all is going well for me and my family. Fires and heat waves are in the opposite part of Canada. In Quebec, actually, it’s cool and sometimes cold.

    Will be back from camping next Monday, friends !

    See you soon !

    Yuki 雪

    Sat less than 20 hours ago… I hope it count for a Treeleaf Sat Today

  27. #227
    Bonjour Yuki,

    Tu nous manques, comme tu le sais

    À bientôt !

    Gassho
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  28. #228
    Good morning compadres, I hope all are well and full of beans today? I hope everyone is OK?

    Cat news from Lincoln UK.

    Last night we slept like fallen trees in a forest.

    Connie (the sick cat) takes her medicine well - on food - like ketchup on chips. She is bright and alert this morning but no toilet activity yet... That's a decider. She was hit by a car on Thursday and has a break in her spine just above the tail. As she has no sensation or movement in the tail, if she survives it will be amputated. In the meantime, we need litter tray action before 9am Monday.

    Today Teresa goes to see her mum in Harrogate hospital and a meal with her brothers, in a restaurant chosen for it's special dullness: It's a Yorkshire thing.

    So the blind man is looking after the broken cat.

    No more excitement please.

    In Gassho
    Seiko
    stlah
    清 Sei (Pure)
    光 Ko (Light)

    Al Garrod, Lincoln, UK.

    Chanting & Zazen Circle.
    All welcome.
    https://www.treeleaf.org/forums/show...g-Zazen-Circle

  29. #229
    Quote Originally Posted by Seiko View Post
    Good morning compadres, I hope all are well and full of beans today? I hope everyone is OK?

    Cat news from Lincoln UK.

    Last night we slept like fallen trees in a forest.

    Connie (the sick cat) takes her medicine well - on food - like ketchup on chips. She is bright and alert this morning but no toilet activity yet... That's a decider. She was hit by a car on Thursday and has a break in her spine just above the tail. As she has no sensation or movement in the tail, if she survives it will be amputated. In the meantime, we need litter tray action before 9am Monday.

    Today Teresa goes to see her mum in Harrogate hospital and a meal with her brothers, in a restaurant chosen for it's special dullness: It's a Yorkshire thing.

    So the blind man is looking after the broken cat.

    No more excitement please.

    In Gassho
    Seiko
    stlah
    metta, Seiko

    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  30. #230
    Quote Originally Posted by Seiko View Post
    Connie (the sick cat) takes her medicine well - on food - like ketchup on chips. She is bright and alert this morning but no toilet activity yet... That's a decider. She was hit by a car on Thursday and has a break in her spine just above the tail. As she has no sensation or movement in the tail, if she survives it will be amputated. In the meantime, we need litter tray action before 9am Monday.
    Our cat, Master Tinky, lost his tail in just that same way. He never complained, never said he missed it, never compared himself to other cats with longer tails (actually, most Japanese cats have stumpy tails anyway, so he fit right in). It also never slowed him down or seemed to effect his balance in any way. Just like humans, who can do without our tails!

    Japanese bobtail cats:



    Gassho, J

    STLah
    ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

  31. #231
    Hi all, Yuki should be back with us tomorrow so I figured we could use one of his previous suggestions for the readings this week, besides I missed it the first time due to work commitments. (Lovely self interest there)

    So I suggest we recite the Song of the Grass Roof 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)

    I hope that is ok for everyone,

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo.

  32. #232
    Quote Originally Posted by Jundo View Post
    Our cat, Master Tinky, lost his tail in just that same way. He never complained, never said he missed it, never compared himself to other cats with longer tails (actually, most Japanese cats have stumpy tails anyway, so he fit right in). It also never slowed him down or seemed to effect his balance in any way. Just like humans, who can do without our tails!

    Japanese bobtail cats:



    Gassho, J

    STLah
    I was talking the other day about my teeth falling out and I said it's fine as I shouldn't be so attached to them anyway . Maybe its the same for Connie?

    As for a blind man watching over her.....well I've seen Zatoichi and he seems to be incredibly able to look after himself and his pals!

    In gassho my brother,

    Ryokudo

  33. #233
    hi guys, i had a visit of the internet-bodhisattva again this evening.. he switched off my wifi twice and gave me some training with the paramita of patience..
    may be more luck tomorrow..



    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  34. #234
    Did you know this was going to happen?
    Gassho
    sat/ lah
    Tai Shi


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    A monk asked Yun-men, "What are the teachings of a lifetime?" Yum-men said to him, "An appropriate statement." Zen Mondo

  35. #235
    Quote Originally Posted by aprapti View Post
    hi guys, i had a visit of the internet-bodhisattva again this evening.. he switched off my wifi twice and gave me some training with the paramita of patience..
    may be more luck tomorrow..



    aprapti

    sat
    Hey Aprapti,

    You were there, whether you were there or not, it just makes us a real 21st century zendo!!

    Internet in, internet out, we do the hokey cokey and we turn about .

    It's just kinda internet-age cool.

    Gassho mi hermano,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

  36. #236
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    Hi everybody !

    Good to be back among our group, even if only for one week !
    My IPad stop working a while during zazen because it was too hot here, in my backyard. Some shades helps me to be back on time for the last part of our chanting, happily.
    Song of the Grass-Roof Hermitage is a nice choice… I could read it in Japanese later this week if you want. « Kusayane no an no uta » is really a great zen text.

    See you tomorrow !

    Yuki 雪

    Sat today at 12:17 pm, (Tucson hour), 15:17 pm (Chicoutimi hour), 16:17 pm (Brasil hour), 20:17 pm (London hour), 21:17 pm (Paris hour), 22:17pm (Bruxelles hour) and 04:17 (Tokyo hour)…

  37. #237
    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki View Post
    Hi everybody !

    Good to be back among our group, even if only for one week !
    My IPad stop working a while during zazen because it was too hot here, in my backyard. Some shades helps me to be back on time for the last part of our chanting, happily.
    Song of the Grass-Roof Hermitage is a nice choice… I could read it in Japanese later this week if you want. « Kusayane no an no uta » is really a great zen text.

    See you tomorrow !

    Yuki 雪

    Sat today at 12:17 pm, (Tucson hour), 15:17 pm (Chicoutimi hour), 16:17 pm (Brasil hour), 20:17 pm (London hour), 21:17 pm (Paris hour), 22:17pm (Bruxelles hour) and 04:17 (Tokyo hour)…
    Hey Yuki,

    Lets go it in Japanese today! Can you post the text in Japanese?

    Cheers

    Ryo

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    Hi Ryokudo,

    Even if I didn’t sit today, I post the Japanese text at your request.

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    Kusayane no an no uta

    Kachinonai kusa no koya o tatemashita.
    Tabetaato wa, rirakkusu shite o hirune o shimasu.
    Kansei suru to, shinsen'na zassō ga arawaremashita.
    Ima dewa zassō ni ōwa rete sunde imasu.

    Koya no hito wa shizuka ni koko ni sunde imasu,
    Uchigawa, sotogawa, matawa sonoaida ni hari tsuite imasen.
    Sezoku-tekina hitobito ga sunde iru basho, kare wa sunde imasen.
    Sezoku-tekina hitobito ga aisuru ryōiki, kare wa itoshite imasen.

    Koya wa chīsaidesuga, zen sekai ga fukuma rete imasu.
    Ju Heihō fīto de, rōjin wa katachi to sono seishitsu o terashimasu.
    Idaina norimono bosatsu wa machigainaku shinrai shite imasu.
    Chūtohanpana, matawa hikui no wa fushigi ni omowazu ni haira remasen.
    Kono koya wa horobiru ka dō ka?

    Kusari yasui ka dō ka ni kakawarazu,-moto no masutā ga sonzai shimasu,
    Minami matawa kita, azuma matawa nishi ni sunde imasen.
    Shikkari to antei-sei nimotozuite, sore o koeru koto wa dekimasen.
    Midori no matsu no moto no kagayaku mado —
    Hisui no kyūden ya shuiro no tō wa sore to hikaku suru koto wa dekimasen.

    Atama o ōtte suwatte iru dake de, subete ga yasunde imasu.
    Shitagatte, kono yama no sōryo wa mattaku rikai shite imasen.
    Koko ni sunde iru to, kare wa mohaya jiyū ni naru tame ni hataraite imasen.
    Dare ga hokorashige ni seki o tehai shi, gesuto o yūwaku shiyou to shimasu ka?

    Hikari o mawashite naka o terashi, modotte kudasai.
    Sōzō o zessuru kōdaina jōhō-gen ni chokumen shi tari, se o muke tari suru koto wa dekimasen.
    Senzo no kyōshi ni ai, karera no shidō ni seitsū shi,
    Kusa o tabanete koya o tate, akiramenaide kudasai.

    Nanbyakunen mo tebanashite, kanzen ni rirakkusu shite kudasai.
    Te o aite, mujitsu de aruki nasai.
    Nan sen mo no kotoba, musū no kaishaku,
    Shōgai-mono kara anata o kaihō suru dakedesu.
    Koya de fujimi no hito o shiritainara,
    Ima koko de kono sukin baggu kara hanarenaide kudasai

    _________________

    See you today !

    Yuki 雪

  39. #239
    Hi everybody !

    ''Kusayane no an no uta '' song is beautiful in Japanese.
    Thank you Yuki.

    Aprāpti , chanting was a wonderful '' Four Vows'' in Dutch.
    Thank you Aprāpti.

    It’s great to sit and chant in so good company !

    See you tomorrow !

    Gassho
    SatToday

  40. #240
    see you guys on monday..



    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  41. #241
    Hi All,

    I am currently snowed under in client meetings so will not make tonight, or at least not until midway through.

    However I'm sure you can sort out the session without my interfering anyway

    Gassho,

    Ryokudo

  42. #242
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryokudo View Post
    Hi All,

    I am currently snowed under in client meetings so will not make tonight, or at least not until midway through.

    However I'm sure you can sort out the session without my interfering anyway
    we swim and try to keep our heads above the water..



    aprapti

    sat

    Let silence take you to the core of life (Rumi)


    Aprāpti (अप्राप्ति) non-attainment

  43. #243
    Quote Originally Posted by aprapti View Post
    we swim and try to keep our heads above the water..



    aprapti

    sat
    Yes mi hermano, and sometimes you just have to dive through the waves go underwater. We always return to the surface and our lungs are all the fitter for it.

    Anyway, working late is just a particularly brutal form of zazen...……….

    In gassho,

    Ryokudo

    SAT/LAH

  44. #244
    Hi Chanting Brothers,

    l will be busy with dogs in the afternoon on Monday and Wednesday.
    I probably won't be there .....I will try but no promises.

    May your practice be a cause of happiness!

    Wishing you all a good week!

    With deep bows,
    nobody
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  45. #245
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    Chicoutimi, Québec, Canada
    Hey,

    Back from camping, found an empty room at Chanting and Zazen Circle. Filled it with Sanki Raimon, chanted HAKUIN ZENJI ZAZEN WASAN in Japanese, Jin ho san shi and Shi Gu Sei Gan Mon, always in Japanese.


    Yuki

    Of course, I also sat …………….

  46. #246
    Welcome back Yuki!

    On Saturday i found an empty room at ⭕️Chanting and Zazen Circle it was me with my shadow.
    I'm sure it won't be an empty room today.

    It is always pleasant and joyful to sit with You and everybody.

    See you soon

    Gassho
    SatToday

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