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information relating to sesshin

September Training Period Application and Dates

TRAINING PERIOD AT TAHOMA ONE DROP ZEN MONASTERY
SEPTEMBER 2016


This September the following sesshin will be held at Tahoma. The two ko-sesshin may be attended in-part. The Osesshin must be attended in its entirety.  You are welcome to spend the entire month at Tahoma.

Applications are being accepted, click here.

SEPT 5-9: KOSESSHIN, 4 full days, with Shodo Harada Roshi.

Begins late afternoon on Sept. 5th, through to the end of day (approx. 9:30pm) on Sept. 9th.

SEPT 11TH: DHARMA LECTURE at 1-3pm by Shodo Harada Roshi. This lecture is open to the public and all Osesshin attendees are encouraged to arrive early enough to attend.

SEPT 11-18: OSESSHIN 7 full days, with Shodo Harada Roshi.
Begins late afternoon on Sept. 11th, through to the end of day (approx. 9:30pm) on Sept. 18th.

SEPT 19: Shodo Harada Roshi departs for Japan.

SEPT 20-27: KOSESSHIN, 7 full days with Daichi Roshi.  2 WITH Begins late afternoon on Sept. 20th., through to the end of day (approx. 9:30pm) on Sept.27th.

Applications are being accepted, click here.

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Sesshin

Tahoma Zen monastery holds sesshin throughout the year.

Shodo Harada Roshi leads sesshin in February, May, and September.

Daichi Roshi comes a few times a year for Kosesshin – dates are here.

Information on sesshin dates can be found here:

Guidelines for conduct, what to bring, and other details are here.

Getting to the monastery: here

Schedules (which may change) are linked below:

  • Ko sesshin: have a longer morning work period and either rest or study in the afternoon.
  • Samu sesshin: have a longer morning work period and Teisho in the afternoon
  • O sesshin: have a short work period then zazen in the morning and Teisho in the afternoon

Once you’ve explored the information on these links you can contact us at: sesshin AT tahomazenmonastery DOT org