Welcome to the web page of the Dunedin Zen Group. The DZG is committed to supporting Zen practice and training in Dunedin, and in NZ/Aoteaora. The group supports practice by arranging weekly practice sessions (zazen), as well as offering longer half day sits (zazenkai) and regular retreats (sesshin). We also have a small lending library. If you are interested in Zen, or in learning more you are welcome to contact us at the address below, or to come along on Wednesday night to our regular practice session. We meet at 7 pm at 37 James Street, North East Valley. There is no charge, but please make a donation towards costs. And if this is your first visit please try to come at least ten minutes early. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The group is a part of the Diamond Sangha, and we are fortunate to have Glenn Wallis Roshi available as a Zen teacher to support practice. While we practice in the Diamond Sangha Zen lineage, everyone is welcome and we regularly have friends from other traditions sit and practice with us.
TUESDAY BEGINNER GROUP
Tuesday night Beginners has ended for the year and will start up again in 2014. When we know when its starting up again, the date will be posted up here.
WEDNESDAY ZAZEN EVENINGS
For 2014 Wednesday evening Zazen is held at 37 James St NEV. 1 km up North Rd, turn right at the ‘Makers Place’ church into James Street. There will be a sign up on the door. It’s good to arrive a few minutes early so we can be under way by 7pm. Please park on the downhill facing side of James Street.
Attendance no charge but donation appreciated.
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Here is a link to the latest Valley Gate. News, articles, photos, and a bit of poetry.
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For a link to the latest Honolulu Diamond Sangha Newsletter just click here.
An interesting video. Just click on the link.
To Dogen Zenji – from the Melbourne Zen Centre