For additional information, please see Udumbara Zen Center, Evanston, Illi­nois.

address: 4125 North Newhall Street, Milwaukee, WI 53211 phone: (414) 964-2652 lineage: Japanese Soto (Suzuki-Roshi and Katagiri-Roshi) spiritual head: Diane Martin contact: Mary Ann Filo, Resident Di­rector

affiliation:

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Regular meditation, dharma instruction, online translations of Chinese Buddhist texts unavailable elsewhere. address: 701 Washington, Rhinelander, WI 54501 PHONE: (715) 362-3371 FAX: (715) 362-5626 e-mail: DFCT@bfm. org www: http://www. bfm. org/zen lineage: Chinese Ch’an (Zen) spiritual

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On the last Sunday of every month, we offer a tea ceremony. Everyone is wel­come to bring something personal to share with the Sangha. We also celebrate the solstices and equinoxes. For addi­tional information, please refer to Com­munity of Mindful Living, Berkeley, California.

address: 2037 Winnebago Street, Madison, WI 53704 phone: (608) 244-2446 lineage: Mindfulness practice in the tra­dition of Thich Nhat Hanh. spiritual

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Lake Land Zen Center has served Lake County, Illinois, and Kenosha County, Wisconsin, since 1986. We follow the Soto-Shu Zen tradition and provide ser­vices and instruction on Saturday morn­ings or by appointment. Resident priest Rev. Suirin Witham is a disciple of Kongo Langlois-Roshi, Abbot of Zen Buddhist Temple of Chicago. We serve as liaison to the Buddhist Council of the Midwest.

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Madison Zen Center is affiliated with the Rochester (New York) Zen Center. Our spiritual head is Sensei Bodhin Kjolhede, who comes out periodically to teach and conduct sesshin. Although there is no for­mal teacher in Madison, we do maintain a regular sitting schedule. Many of our members travel regularly to Rochester for sesshin and special ceremonies. address: 1820 Jefferson Street, Madison, WI 53711-2112 phone:

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Milwaukee Zen Center members “just sit,” either at the center or at home, and participate in a weekly study group on Saturdays. “Just sitting” means to “open the hand of thought,” letting them go as they arise, and to be complete and pres­ent just as we are, here and now. Tosui Ota-Roshi called it “to chop off your head and put it beside you and sit, that’s all.” The center is open to the public and especially welcomes those who sit for no goal, no merit, no improvement,

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For additional information, please refer to Community of Mindful Living, Berke­ley, California.

address: 2958 South Mabbett Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53207 phone: (414) 271-9988 lineage: Mindfulness practice in the tra­dition of Thich Nhat Hanh. spiritual head: Thich Nhat Hanh contacts: Mary Bernau-Eigen and Chuck Eigen affiliation: Community of Mindful Living, Berkeley, California facilities:

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No description available. address: 600 21st Street, Racine,

WI 53403 lineage: Korean Chogye Zen spiritual head: Zen Master Dae Kwang, Guiding Teacher contact: Tony Somlai, Abbot affiliation: Kwan Um School of Zen publications: Root and Branch News­letter

Sacred Lakes Buddha

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No description available. address: 1836 South Sharpe Corners Road, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 phone: (608) 832-6444 lineage: Vietnamese Zen spiritual head: Thich Nhat Hanh affiliation: Plum Village, Meyrac, France ESTABLISHED: 1993 facilities: Friends Meeting House, Madison, Wisconsin meditation program: Sitting and walk­ing meditation followed by dharma dis­cussion, one evening

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Lots of people are becoming involved with our sangha and we now share Days of Mindfulness in two locations to ac­commodate everyone. Avocation, labor, work, and fun are blending together and

our gatherings are more interesting than ever. For additional information, please refer to Community of Mindful Living, Berkeley, California.

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For additional information, please see Udumbara Zen Center, Evanston, Illi­nois.

address: 13800 North Port Washington Road, Mequon, WI 53097 PHONE: (414) 375-3890 lineage: Japanese Soto (Suzuki-Roshi and Katagiri-Roshi) spiritual head: Diane Martin contact:

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The purpose of Wausau Zen Group is to foster the practice of moment-to-mo - ment awareness. This “just now” mind

allows us to open to kindness and com­passion for others and ourselves. We meet once a week in the evening for for­mal meditation sitting and dharma talks by members of the group. Meditation in­struction is available. address: 5107 River Bend Road, Schofield, WI 54476 PHONE: (715) 355-7050

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