Zoom Zen: Welcome – The Green Glade of Meditation with John Tarrant 

Sunday, April 5th, 10:30am-12pm PDT
The Universe

Zoom Zen – Most of us are now in retreat, some of us are risking our lives to help patients. It’s good we are here together in this time. There is a spaciousness underlying everything we do and are part of. 

Sitting Alone on Great Hero Peak A Zoom Meeting with Jon Joseph, Roshi

Monday, Mar.30, 7pm PDT
The Universe

ZOOM Zen – Wherever we sit, we are not alone. This very place ~ in the center of this vast world, peopled by the billions ~ is Great Hero Peak. Just as we shelter all things, we sit with all things. On this wonderful mountain.

This Week’s Online Talks & Meditation with PZI Teachers

Weekly Talks
Zoom Zen
The Universe

A Calendar of ZOOM Links: Meditation & Talks daily. We will be well connected during this time. This is all new for us, so stay tuned as we adapt to this new NOW. We will add links here as they become available.

Online – Ordinary Way is the Virus A Meeting with Jon Joseph

MONDAY Mar. 23rd 7pm PDT
ZOOM (link provided)
The Universe

Link! These are extraordinary times! I have heard and read that line time and again over the last several weeks regarding the Corona virus pandemic. Certainly, they are not easy times. But perhaps these are not extraordinary times, either.

Welcome – The Green Glade of Meditation with John Tarrant

SUNDAY: Mar. 22nd 10:30am -12pm
ZOOM Zen (link provided)
The Universe

it helps us to be friendly with our time, to find a way to make decisions, to love the life we have. With all the difficulties, it’s good to be alive.  

What Catches Fire? – Online Meeting with Eleanor Silberman

March 16th, 7–9pm

Online Meeting. On the one hand, the fire represented passion and life force to me, so why would I want to put it out? On the other hand, with all of the fires we have recently experienced in Sonoma County, my mind tried to devise all sorts of solutions to putting out a fire that was hard to access.

Our Not Knowing Pilgrimage Includes Corona – with Jon Joseph

March 15th

The globe is being visited by a wandering pathogen, creating a vast field of uncertainty for all of us. In Zen, that is why we practice: to appreciate that the uncertainty of life is actually a beauty, not a bane; a blessing, and not a curse.