Through the month of May, I’ll be practicing at Tahoma Zen Monastery. We will hold three sesshin during the month of May. The first and last are kosesshin with extended work periods between breakfast and lunch and time to study or practise individually between lunch and supper. The middle sesshin is a samu osesshin, also an extended work period between breakfast and lunch. In the afternoon, Harada Roshi will given formal teisho (lecture, teaching).
May will be late spring weather this year, we’re planning lots of gardening and some utility building to support the kitchen, the garden and the ongoing maintenance of the temple.
Back to teaching in Toronto on June 5th.