This Week at the Creek 11/17

Sunday Nov. 17th & Monday Nov. 18th
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

Sunday – Coming Together, Falling Apart with Rachel 10:30-12, Monday Who Hears? 7-9pm

Coming Together, Falling Apart

SUNDAY, Nov. 17th 10:30-12pm,
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

Things change shape, come together and fall apart. It’s a cycle, year upon year.

Who Hears?

Monday, Nov. 18th, 7-9pm
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

Hearing, listening, is itself a practice. Maybe it’s the only practice. I’ve been away for nearly two weeks in Oaxaca, Mexico, where I taught a retreat for a group of mostly Spanish speakers. Although translation was helpful, I noticed that when people spoke to me, I mostly understood them.

Sunday Meditation

Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019 10:30-12pm
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

Come join us

Zen and the Grammar of Animacy

Monday Nov. 11th 2019, 7-9pm
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

What happens when I stop swishing my tail and swimming about, looking for an answer, and just sit with not-knowing?

This Week At The Creek

Sunday Morning
Monday Night

This week, join Romayne Farrell Sunday, and sit with Amy Robinson on Zen & the Grammar of Animacy on Monday

(LIVE) Life is a Bubble: Meditation & Teaching with Rachel Boughton

Monday, Sept. 23rd, 7-9pm 
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

The world of form is so compelling, I get stuck in it, mired in its sticky realness. But sometimes I look around and see the way everything changes. What’s so real now wasn’t so 10 years ago, and 10 years from now everything will be different

Live Talk: Every Day is a Good Day, with John Tarrant

LIVE Streamed - Monday, Sept. 9th, 7-9pm
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

‘Every day is a good day’ wasn’t aspirational, it was how he saw life. We don’t take half measures, we can have life now. The other thing to notice is that he also thought of this as a discovery, something you saw when the full moon rose in your mind.

Sacred Bones Meditation & Dharma Talk with Rachel Boughton 

Monday, Aug 26th, 7-9pm
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

Live Streamed 7-9pm Aug. 26th- Some koans are stories. I like these ones, there are so many places to enter. This koan is part of a longer story, involving passion and regret and finally a new point of view.

Impossible Tasks Meditation & Dharma Talk John Tarrant 

MONDAY June 3, 2019 7-9pm
SRCZC
Santa Rosa, CA

Live talk – Some koans give us impossible tasks like the ones in fairy tales. We can’t deal with them out of what we already know and they help us notice that everything that we love comes out of the dark of not knowing. We are immersed in our lives.