As we find our way through these uncertain times, we hope you are receiving some comfort in our meditations, podcasts and dharma talks.
At the New York Zen Center, we aspire to always nurture community and connection. The opportunities listed below are events and programs specifically geared towards building community based on interest or backgrounds. Please check our calendar for up-to-date information about any time changes or cancellations. View Calendar
Experiencing the diagnosis of life-limiting illness can bring forth immense grief for all of us and our loved ones. We may experience our grief in a variety of ways including new feelings towards time with family and friends, changes in relationship to our body, and shifts in our sense of identity and agency. Grief shows up in unexpected ways such as loss, shock, anger, anxiety, disbelief, guilt and deep sadness even relief and gratitude.
Guided by Eugene Taylor’s book Shadow Culture, this course taught by educator and psychotherapist Leslye Noyes, PsyD, explores Jung’s notion of the personal and collective unconscious and examines the relationship between the two.
This course is intended for practitioners and clinicians who want to understand the relationship between the personal and collective for themselves as well as offer that to others.