Join us at Hidden Mountain Zendo at Hawk Meadow, for monthly mornings of practice on the last Sunday monthly.
We'll enjoy sitting and walking meditation in this peaceful yurt Zendo in the largest clearing in several hundred acres of woodlands and the source of four watersheds.
The annual practice schedule at Hidden Mountain Zendo goes from March through October. The morning involves two periods of Zazen divided by a long outdoor Kinhin period, followed by service and tea. Each month we will also have a dharma discussion involving themes regarding nature. This years' discussions will center upon a close reading of Eihei Dogen's Genjo Koan, one of his most profoundly ecological writings, coupled with short selections from other natural history writings. We will share the readings together at the time, and no prior reading is required.
Dana donations to support the space are welcome. Please RSVP to register.
About Hidden Mountain Zendo: The space is available to groups, or for personal retreat. Hidden Mountain Zendo is a 24’ yurt, with full kitchen and bath (composting toilet), and formal zendo seating for up to 12, with the ability for overnight group programing with tent camping or zendo floor sleeping. Contact Bob if you're interested in scheduling a program at Hidden Mountain.
Please direct inquiries for use of the space to Bob Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-927-5702.
Red Cedar Zen Community is a 501(c) non-profit organization.