WELCOME TO OUR INTERIM LOCATION IN CROSSROADS GARDENS
A Place to Sit
1800 30th Street
(between Walnut and Canyon)
Turn in, go beyond the Sussex Building on the right, and enter the underground parking of Crossroads Gardens. Our meeting room is in the northwest corner of the 2nd Floor in Suite #201. THANK YOU TO OUR FRIENDS of A PLACE TO SIT for this most generous invitation to share their space of ongoing practice.
The Boulder Morningstar Zen Center: A Revelation of Endless Vow
AUTUMN PRACTICE PERIOD
BEGINS mONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
Meditating at midnight,
Meditating at noon,
A mind like autumn
COMES TO THE WAY’S DEEP HEART.
Under motionless waves,
Fish and dragons freely leap.
In the sky without limits,
Only the moonlight stays.
OPENING PRACTICE and TEISHO with ROSHI Sanchi Reta Lawler
Saturday, September 16, 2017, 9 - 11 am
PRACTICE SCHEDULE: *BEGINS mONDAY, sEPTEMBER 11, 2017
Monday afternoon ZAZEN and KINHIN* 3:30-5:00 pm
*sitting practice and walking mediation
Closing of practice period
Closing of Practice Period: details coming soon for Autumn 2017
ALL Friends interested to partake of the offerings of the Morningstar Zen Center are most invited! Come join us!
**Please arrive no later than 10 minutes before each practice period begins.
If you are needing instruction, email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule meeting or to speak with Roshi Sanchi Reta.
**REMEMBER to consider the necessary support for those at A PLACE TO SIT who so graciously offers their space for the Morningstar Practice. Suggested Donation is $5-10 for daily zazen practice, and $15 for Teisho mornings. Otherwise, everyone is ALWAYS welcome to join our practice regardless of capacity to support.
COME BE WITH US!
Thanks to everyone who has joined our practice!
And, thank you to our Friends at A PLACE TO SIT, who so graciously offers us this space to practice Dharma.
“The key to not-doing is staying in the center, staying true to your deepest intimation of reality. And on that ground, you will know how to accept the offer. Every mindful breath in zazen and as you walk down the street is a return to the cen- ter. Then, when the sharp moment arises, right there in the very teeth of conflict, you have a chance to maintain access to your deepest intimation of who you really are.” --Susan Murphy