Virtual Practice with Watermoon Dojo

Join Tahoma Zen Monastery and One Drop Seattle Watermoon Dojo for evening and morning practice this week. Broadcast via Zoom, details and links below.

Tuesday June 8th, 2021, 6:30am to 8:30am Pacific Time
Virtual Practice with Watermoon Dojo
Choka (chant service), zazen and dharma talk. Casual “tea” to follow.
For the Dharma Talk we will be reading from Torei Enji’s Discourse on the Inexhaustible Lamp of the Zen School. Download a PDF of it here (note: links to a 43MB pdf). You can find notes and recordings of the previous discussions here: Discourse on the Inexhaustible Lamp.


Download our new sutra book here: Virtual Sutra book

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Virtual Practice with Watermoon Dojo

NOTE: The Zoom link has been updated for Tuesday’s event.

The second Monday of most months the head monk from Tahoma Zen Monastery visits Watermoon Dojo in Seattle, for an evening and morning or practice. As we are currently Staying at Home we will observe these events virtually using Zoom. While we of course will miss our time at WMD, this does allow anyone to take part in this virtual visit. If interested in taking part, please read through our Virtual Practice Guidelines before joining the events.

Monday June 8th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm PDT
7:00pm: Chant Service (Heart Sutra, Song of Zazen, Dai Segaki)
7:15pm: Two periods of zazen
7:55pm: Han / Kinhin (or break)
8:00pm: Short talk and Q&A
8:25pm Concluding zazen and chanting of the Four Great Vows

Download a PDF with all the chants here: Chant booklet

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Tuesday June 9th, 6:30am to 8:30am PDT
6:30am Choka (chant service)
7:00am Zazen
7:20am Han / Kinhin (or break)
7:30am: Dharma talk
8:00am Zazen
8:30am Conclude with a few minutes for chatting

Note
We will follow the Tahoma Choka, omitting the Enmei Jukko Kannon Gyo and after the Four Great Vows we will chant Dai Segaki for the dead and dying and conclude with Sampai.

Download sutra book here: Tahoma Sutra book
Dai Segaki can be found here: Chant booklet

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Virtual Water Moon Dojo Visit

The second Monday of most months the head monk from Tahoma Zen Monastery visits Watermoon Dojo in Seattle, for an evening and morning service. As we are all in lockdown during this time we will observe these events virtually using Zoom. While we of course will miss our time at WMD, this does allow anyone to take part in this virtual visit. If interested in taking part, please read through our Virtual Practice Guidelines before joining the events.

Monday April 13th, from 7pm to 8:30pm
7:00pm: Chant Service (Heart Sutra, Song of Zazen, Dai Segaki)
7:15pm: Two periods of zazen
7:55pm: Han / Kinhin (or break)
8:00pm: Short talk and Q&A
8:25 Concluding zazen and chanting of the Four Great Vows

Download a PDF with all the chants here: Chant booklet

Tuesday April 14th, from 6:30am to 8:30am
6:30am Choka (chant service)
7:00am Zazen
7:20am Han / Kinhin (or break)
7:30am: Dharma talk
8:00am Zazen
8:30am Conclude with a few minutes for chatting

Note
We will follow the Tahoma Choka, except for the Enmei Jukko Kannon Gyo and after the Four Great Vows we will chant Dai Segaki for the dead and dying and conclude with Sampai.

Download sutra book here: Tahoma Sutra book
Dai Segaki can be found here: Chant booklet

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Rohatsu at Water Moon Dojo Seattle

The special Rohatsu schedule starts Sunday, Dec. 1st and ends on Sunday, Dec. 8th.  Zazen will start at 6:30a.m. each day, ending with a mini-sesshin on Dec. 8th.

The mini-sesshin will include a breakfast of oatmeal, fruit compote, peanut butter, raisins, sugar,and granola.  If you would like to donate or cook any of these items, reply to this email.

Zazen Schedule for Rohatsu

Sunday, 12/1:       6:30-7:30 AM
Monday, 12/2:       6:30-7:30 AM    & 7-8:30 PM
Tuesday, 12/3:       6:30-8:30 AM
Wednesday, 12/4:  6:30-7:30 AM
Thursday, 12/5:      6:30-7:30 AM
Friday, 12/6:           6:30-7:30 AM
Saturday, 12/7:      6:30-8:30 AM
Sunday, 12/8:        6:30-11:15 AM 
(formal breakfast at 8AM, Sitting for part of mini-sesshin is allowed.)

For more information check the Watermoon website or contact Celia Bowker.