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December 2021

Online Bereavement Group: A Contemplative Approach to Grief and Loss

December 7  2021 from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

This Tuesday evening online bereavement group is an opportunity to gain perspective and engage with the grieving process through storytelling, writing, poetry, ritual, and community.

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Online Bereavement Group: A Contemplative Approach to Grief and Loss

December 8  2021 from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

This Wednesday afternoon online bereavement group is an opportunity to gain perspective and engage with the grieving process through storytelling, writing, poetry, ritual, and community.

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December Half-Day Online Retreat

December 11  2021 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Half-day retreat and meditation November 2021

Silently engaging in sitting and walking meditation, hearing a dharma talk, and joining in conversation with the community are wonderful ways to spend a Saturday morning.

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New Year’s Eve Online Sit 2021

December 31  2021 from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This evening is an opportunity to reflect upon the year that has passed and ponder all the possibilities a new year might hold. Join Sensei Chodo, Sensei Koshin and the NYZC community for an online evening of Zazen (short periods of sitting meditation), a dharma talk, followed by the ringing of the great bell 108 times.

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January 2022

Beginner’s Mind Sesshin: A Winter Silent Retreat of Wholehearted Practice

January 12, 2022

Start the new year in community with us for Winter Sesshin at The Garrison Institute. Sesshin provides an extraordinary opportunity to slow down, enjoy a change of pace and focus, and feel both the immediate and far-reaching impacts throughout your life by participating in these five days of Noble Silence.

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How to Cook Your Life: A 90-Day Online Commit to Sit Practice Period

January 12, 2022

Join Zen teachers from across the United States and Japan for an in-depth, 90-day exploration of Zen practice guided by our study text, How to Cook Your Life, Kōshō Uchiyama Roshi's (1912 - 1998) classic commentary and analysis of 13th century Zen Master Eihei Dogen's seminal Instructions to the Zen Cook.

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Evolution of the Feminine: Historical Representations and Their Meanings Today

January 23, 2022

In this timely course with Jungian analyst and educator Dr. Leslye Noyes, we will study the perception of “the feminine” throughout history and what that means for us today, as individuals and in the broader culture.

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You Are The Eyes of The World: Embodying the Principles of the Lotus Sutra in a Challenging World

January 26, 2022

How do we experience the suffering of the world—really experience it—and allow it to awaken a compassionate response in whatever form is needed? Perhaps more critical in these times than ever before, how we turn toward suffering is a question we'll explore as we enter the wild world of the Lotus Sutra amid our daily lives. Together, we will examine issues of gender, race, caste, accessibility to spiritual wisdom, and skillful means to explore how the sutra’s message about our awakening nature invites us to meet the suffering of this very moment.

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