Thursday
Dec242009

A Star is Born!

Students of the Way-  Many Kalpas in the making- the NEW Nashville Zen Center Website has been brought forth into the Realm of Humans.  Kiss your delusions goodbye!  This will no doubt be the epicenter of Cyber Awakening in Middle Tennessee.  We now take another tiny, yet momentous step, in fulfilling the 1st Bodhisatva vow- to free all beings...or at least those who access our website.  

Be sure and subscribe to "Page Updates" in Broadcasts- to get the latest news of NZC happenings and events.  Make a donation via the handy "Donation" link- Check out our Media center, the central repository of our photos, videos, and audio offerings (coming soon).  Tell all of your friends about us!  Then- get back on YOUR CUSHION!  Holiday Blessings to all. 

bowing-

Nyoze Nat Brown

 

 

Thursday
Dec102009

a fine addition to our "tools". 

Brett and Bob- 

Great job.  Having everything in one place will be wondrous and beyond concepts and ego! Today's koan: 

What was our website before the Internet was born?  

Nyoze

Wednesday
Nov252009

No Book Study til February 6th, 2010 

For the holidays, and in consideration of all the special events we'll be involved with over the next few weeks, the NZC Book Study will be deferred and in remission until February 6, 2010.

Wednesday
Nov252009

Jukai Ceremony, Dec. 12th

On Saturday, Dec. 12, we will conduct a Jukai ceremony, at which time five of our friends will take the basic vows of Soto Zen Buddhism. At that time, Jeff, Eric, Stephanie, Brett and Dave will receive Buddhist names and wagesas.

The ceremony will take place at 8 a.m.  We will have a normal 7 a.m. sit that day, the second Saturday of the month, the weekend after Rohatsu. If anyone else is interested in the Jukai ceremony, we anticipate doing it again in about six months; please ask Nat, Susan or Bob for details.

 

Wednesday
Nov252009

Rohatsu celebration, Dec. 5th

Please join us for our Rohatsu Celebration on Dec. 5, which begins with a special 3 a.m. sit, and follows our regular 7 a.m. meeting with an event in which we celebrate the Buddha's supreme attainment by eating cake.