MON 18 February- SUN 24 FEbruary 2019

“The bodhisattva is like a [person] who decides they'll fill the well by bringing the snow down to the plains, but the only thing they have to carry the snow in is a teaspoon. So they go up the mountain, get one teaspoon full of snow, come back down to the plains and put the snow in the well. Then they go back up the mountain, get another teaspoon full of snow, bring it down and put it in the well, over and over.”

— Bernie Glassman on the Bodhisattva Vow as told by Zen Master Wu Kwang

Public Dharma Talk by Zen Master Bon Yeon (Jane Dobisz) on Thursday, February 21, at 7.30 PM. The Intro Talk will be given by James Hudspeth.

Zen Master Bon Yeon (Jane McLaughlin-Dobisz) has been the co-guiding teacher of Cambridge Zen Center since 1993. She received inka (authorization to teach) in 1991, and transmission from Zen Master Seung Sahn in 2000. Before training in the Kwan Um School of Zen, she spent several years in the Tibetan and the Vipassana traditions. Zen Master Bon Yeon has completed many Kyol Che 90 day retreats in the US, Europe, and Korea, and taught around the world. She is an editor of The Whole World Is A Single Flower, a collection of kong-ans by Zen Master Seung Sahn. She is also the author of One Hundred Days of Solitude: Losing Myself and Finding Grace on a Zen Retreat, which chronicles a one hundred-day solo meditation retreat in the winter woods of New England. She is a native of the Boston area and lives with her family in Waltham.

James Hudspeth [bio forthcoming]

Millennial Zen Group meets on Sunday, February 24, 5-6 PM.


1-Day Retreat with Zen Master Bon Yeon (Jane Dobisz) at Open Meadow Zen, Sunday, February 24, 8.30 AM - 4 PM. For more information, including how to register for this retreat, please click here.

Winter Kyolche at PZC is going strong until April 5! To register, click here.

Dharma Teacher Training at CZC, Saturday, March 9, 12 PM, Main Dharma Hall.