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
lineage: Korean Zen spiritual head: Master Seung Sahn contact: Leann lozefowski-Rudersdorf affiliation: The Kwan Um School of Zen
facilities: Meditation room in member’s home. meditation program: Chanting, silent meditation, walking meditation, dharma talks, meditation instruction. retreats offered: Half-day retreats monthly; full-day retreats two or three times yearly; a two - to three-day intensive retreat yearly; workshops. publications: Primary Point Journal. Books by Zen Master Seung Sahn and other teachers.
For additional information, please see Udumbara Zen Center, Evanston, Illinois.
address: 13800 North Port Washington Road, Mequon, WI 53097 PHONE: (414) 375-3890 lineage: Japanes
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 t
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: Pl
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 af
For additional information, please refer to Community of Mindful Living, Berkeley, California.
address: 2958 South Mabbett Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53207 phone: (414) 271-9988 linea
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