Come sit with Shihou-san Fuminori Tsukahara, a monk who trained years ago at Ryutaku-ji, and is now doing educational outreach to the West under the auspices of Noritake Roshi and Myoshin-ji, Kyoto. He joined us last Rohatsu Sesshin at DBZ, and has visited there on two other occasions. Read more »
What could be better than a day of nurturing in an oasis of calm? This retreat will be led by long-time Zen practitioner and psychotherapist Nikyu Robert Strickland, authorized as a Dharma Teacher by Zen Center Abbot Shinge Sherry Chayat Roshi. Read more »
Have you ever seen meditation meet hip-hop? On Tuesday, April 19th, you will have the opportunity to experience an enlivening spiritual and musical collaboration. Zion I & The Grouch is a hip-hop band from the west coast visiting Syracuse on their “Healing of the Nation Tour." Zion I & The Grouch uses hip-hop as a vehicle to support the nation through the trials of modern times; send positive, uplifting messages to youth; and promote social activism.
The Zen Center of Syracuse and the Syracuse University Student Buddhist Association together offer meditation at Syracuse University. All sittings are held at Hendricks Chapel in the small chapel in the basement unless otherwise noted. Each includes instruction and discussion, with half an hour of meditation. Read more »