Dear One Drop Sangha and Friends,
The May 2023 Osesshin at Tahoma Zen Monastery begins with kokuho on the evening of May 5th and concludes the evening of May 12th. Please note that we will consider only applicants who are fully vaccinated, including with the latest bivalent booster. The latest booster is the one that became available in September 2022.
Osesshin: Friday, May 5th – Friday, May 12th, 2023
- Kokuho is Friday evening, May 5th.
- Osesshin, led by Harada Roshi, concludes the evening of Friday, May 12th.
- Full time participation is required.
- The cost of Osesshin is $415.
The application deadline for Osesshin is Friday, March 31st. You will receive an email regarding your acceptance or waitlist status soon after the deadline date of March 31st. Please send your sesshin fee once you have been notified of your acceptance. Payment information will be included in the acceptance email.
Apply here: [signups are closed. Please contact the registrar for late consideration]
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THIS OSESSHIN
- Any help with set up before or clean up following Osesshin would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to arrive a day or two before sesshin and/or stay a day or two after sesshin please contact the monastery to make arrangements. The monastery email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
- As we plan for the May Osesshin, the Tahoma staff is working to organize as safe a practice period as possible. The Covid situation is quite fluid. We are following the Washington State regulations and will continuously update our policies to conform. We are hopeful that we will be able to conduct our May 2023 Osesshin but recognize that our plans, as well as the dates, may need to change suddenly and without notice. If you are purchasing airline tickets please be prepared to cancel your reservations.
- We recommend that persons who are immunocompromised or have chronic medical issues not attend this practice period.
- There may be a waitlist for this Osesshin. Those on the waitlist will be contacted immediately as spaces become available.
Rozan Lenny Gerson
Tahoma Zen Monastery