MON 23 September - SUN 29 septmeber 2019

“The word ‘recovery’, according to the dictionary, means regaining something that was either stolen or lost. From a spiritual point of view, what you are actually recovering is your perception of something that you already possess. The thief is yourself, disabling you from seeing what you already possess.” — Zen Master Wu Kwang

  • Public Dharma Talk by Zen Master Wu Kwang on FRIDAY, September 27, at 7.30 PM. The Intro Talk will be given by Tyler Morrill.

    Zen Master Wu Kwang, (Richard Shrobe) is one of the first American students to receive transmission from Zen Master Seung Sahn and is the guiding teacher of the Chogye International Zen Center. A meditation practitioner since 1966, he works as a psychotherapist. He is an accomplished jazz musician and the author of three books, Don't-Know Mind: The Spirit of Korean Zen, Open Mouth Already a Mistake, and Elegant Failure: A Guide to Zen Koans.

    Tyler Morrill is a Dharma Teacher in the Kwan Um School of Zen. He started practicing Zen while attending a college retreat at CZC in 2009 and sat an entire 90-days winter kyolche at PZC in recent years.  A former Peace Corps volunteer in West Africa, Tyler completed his graduate and undergraduate studies at Brandeis University and currently works in Social Policy research. He is one of the co-founders and main facilitators of our Millennial Zen Group. 

  • 2-Day Retreat at CZC with Zen Master Wu Kwang (Richard Shrobe), Saturday and Sunday, Sept 28-29. To register, click here.

  • Millennial Zen Group meets on Sunday, September 29, 5-6 PM.