Weekend Retreat with
April 14th & 15th, 2018
Friday night is open to the public as a stand-alone event
for a suggested donation of $15. More information on the weekend retreat coming soon.
About Hozan Alan Senauke
From the Berkeley Zen Center website:
Alan or Hozan (his dharma name) established his practice as a student of Sojun Roshi in the early1980s. He was ordained at BZC in1989 and received Dharma Transmission from Sojun Roshi at Tassajara in1998. He has been Tanto or Head of Practice at BZC since 1997, and was installed as BZC’s Vice Abbot in 2007.
Hozan brings a global perspective on socially-engaged Buddhism and Zen as a force for positive change. Since 1991 Alan has been a leader at Buddhist Peace Fellowship. More recently he has founded the Clear View Project, bringing Buddhist-based resources and support where it is needed around the world.
Hozan was born in Brooklyn, New York in1947. He brings to our sangha a rich life experience as a writer and editor, a social justice activist, and a respected folk musician. Alan has been a resident at Berkeley Zen Center for 25 years. He and his wife Laurie have raised their two children, Silvie and Alex, at BZC.
Payment covers costs of putting on the retreat and dana for the teacher.
Additional dana for Alan and/or for the Bozeman Zen Group is welcome.
Housing for out-of-town participants may be available.
Please contact Karen if you need or can offer housing.
Sponsored by the Bozeman Zen Group.
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