Tangaryo: Becoming a Formal Zen Student
Friday, February 16th, 2018
9am to 4pm
From the earliest days of Zen, those wishing to enter the way and study the teachings would sit outside the monastery for extended periods of time to demonstrate their commitment to practice. Tangaryo is a Japanese term meaning “to stay until the morning.”
Prior to sitting Tangaryo, prospective students must make an appointment with either Chodo or Koshin, requesting permission to become a formal student.
If you have been invited to sit Tangaryo, please contact Jushin Morrow at firstname.lastname@example.org