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30 Poems in 30 Days Online Event: Pausing in Pure Presence

Entering its fifth year, 30 Poems in 30 Days is a creative practice sponsored by Zen Community of Oregon. With weekly writing prompts, special poetry talks at the beginning and end of the month, and including a poetry sharing and tea journey, this much-anticipated annual event is sure to enliven your practice and inspire your creativity.

This year’s theme is Pausing in Presence. We’ll explore spontaneity, intimacy with ourselves and the world, and letting go of our fixed and limiting view of ourselves and others as we delve into the fluidity of our beings.

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30 Poems in 30 Days Closing Talk: Pausing in Pure Presence

Entering its fifth year, 30 Poems in 30 Days is a creative practice sponsored by Zen Community of Oregon. With weekly writing prompts, special poetry talks at the beginning and end of the month, and including a poetry sharing and tea journey, this much-anticipated annual event is sure to enliven your practice and inspire your creativity.

This year’s theme is Pausing in Presence. We’ll explore spontaneity, intimacy with ourselves and the world, and letting go of our fixed and limiting view of ourselves and others as we delve into the fluidity of our beings.

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30 Poems in 30 Days Tea: Pausing in Pure Presence

Entering its fifth year, 30 Poems in 30 Days is a creative practice sponsored by Zen Community of Oregon. With weekly writing prompts, special poetry talks at the beginning and end of the month, and including a poetry sharing and tea journey, this much-anticipated annual event is sure to enliven your practice and inspire your creativity.

This year’s theme is Pausing in Presence. We’ll explore spontaneity, intimacy with ourselves and the world, and letting go of our fixed and limiting view of ourselves and others as we delve into the fluidity of our beings.

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30 Poems in 30 Days: Pausing in Pure Presence

Entering its fifth year, 30 Poems in 30 Days is a creative practice sponsored by Zen Community of Oregon. With weekly writing prompts, special poetry talks at the beginning and end of the month, and including a poetry sharing and tea journey, this much-anticipated annual event is sure to enliven your practice and inspire your creativity.

This year’s theme is Pausing in Presence. We’ll explore spontaneity, intimacy with ourselves and the world, and letting go of our fixed and limiting view of ourselves and others as we delve into the fluidity of our beings.

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Climate Change Discussion Group

Everyone is welcome to join our monthly discussion group on climate change.

Led by Judy Mukyo Perry and Nancy Kodo Conover.

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Introduction to Zen Practice

Experience an Introduction to Zen Practice through the Ten Directions

This one-day workshop for beginners or those who want to dive deeper into Zen practice.

Learn how to practice using ancient methods that are applicable in today’s world:

  1. Meditation
  2. Mindfulness practice
  3. Chanting
  4. Mindful eating
  5. Work practice
  6. Stillness
  7. Walking meditation
  8. Koans
  9. Tradition and ritual
  10. Dharma teachings

Lunch is included. Your RSVP helps us know how much lunch to prepare.

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Introduction to Zen Practice

Experience an Introduction to Zen Practice through the Ten Directions

This one-day workshop for beginners or those who want to dive deeper into Zen practice.

Learn how to practice using ancient methods that are applicable in today’s world:

  1. Meditation
  2. Mindfulness practice
  3. Chanting
  4. Mindful eating
  5. Work practice
  6. Stillness
  7. Walking meditation
  8. Koans
  9. Tradition and ritual
  10. Dharma teachings

Lunch is included. Your RSVP helps us know how much lunch to prepare.

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Introduction to Zen Practice

Experience an Introduction to Zen Practice through the Ten Directions

This one-day workshop for beginners or those who want to dive deeper into Zen practice.

Learn how to practice using ancient methods that are applicable in today’s world:

  1. Meditation
  2. Mindfulness practice
  3. Chanting
  4. Mindful eating
  5. Work practice
  6. Stillness
  7. Walking meditation
  8. Koans
  9. Tradition and ritual
  10. Dharma teachings

Lunch is included. Your RSVP helps us know how much lunch to prepare.

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Introduction to Zen Practice

Experience an Introduction to Zen Practice through the Ten Directions

This one-day workshop for beginners or those who want to dive deeper into Zen practice.

Learn how to practice using ancient methods that are applicable in today’s world:

  1. Meditation
  2. Mindfulness practice
  3. Chanting
  4. Mindful eating
  5. Work practice
  6. Stillness
  7. Walking meditation
  8. Koans
  9. Tradition and ritual
  10. Dharma teachings

Lunch is included. Your RSVP helps us know how much lunch to prepare.

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Mindful Eating—Free meet-up

This class is for those who have attended a Mindful Eating retreat or read Chozen Bays Roshi's book, "Mindful Eating". Join us! We will use meditation and mindful eating exercises to explore our experiences with food.
 
Led by Eimyo Meledandri and Julie Grant-Weiss.
We will meet upstairs in the Jizo room.
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