Zen and Everyday Life - A short course
In addition to our Intro courses we also run a short course aimed at clarifying how Zen practice can relate to the rest of our life.
It’s called ‘Zen and Everyday Life’ and it focuses on how Zen practice can help us to face and respond to the many challenges we face in daily life. And how Zen relates to, and can inform, the rest of our life. Each session combines zazen (Zen meditation) with a themed talk
The next course will begin on Thursday 24th September and the course runs over 3 consecutive Thursday evenings
The three sessions are:
Thursday 24th September: Identifying and changing old habits
Thursday 1st October: Dealing with change and distractions
Thursday 8th October: How to make more effective decisions and life choices.
Zen Introductions (currently online)
if Thursday evenings are not convenient, we also ofer regular one-off Introductions designed to enable people to find out more and then participate in our regular scheduled events, should you wish to
This workshop includes discussion of basic principles of Zen and Buddhism and practical instruction in how to practise zazen. Plenty of time is also given for questions that you may have. The introduction is suitable for both complete beginners and more experienced meditators alike. Check the schedule for details of the next introduction.
Having attended an introduction, you are welcome to participate in the regular activities of the group.
Our next online Introduction will be in:
September 2020 (date to be confirmed)
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Short Course in Zen Buddhism (Online)
Our next three week Introduction to Zen will be held in September 2020 (date to be confirmed)
This offers a great opportunity for people interested in Zen to find out more. Each session includes practice in Zen meditation (with instruction) and related aspects of Zen teaching, as well as time for questions and guidance. The sessions are held online using zoom. Each week also includes supplementary material for people to find out more. The three sessions are:
Session 1: Basics of Zen practice and establishing a regular practice
Session 2: The challenges of Zen practice and intergrating Zen practice and daily life
Session 3: Types of Zen practice, how they work and what they offer
Come Along to Our Weekly Sittings
Alternatively, contact us to arrange to come along around half an hour early to one of our regular Monday or Wednesday evening meetings. After basic instruction in how to practise zazen, you can participate with other practitioners.
We also organise occasional public talks given in the Glasgow area for people interested in finding out more about Zen Buddhism. See the schedule for more details.
Cloud Water Zen Centre Email: email@example.com Phone 07432 014620