This gesture, putting palm together, is a common practice and highest expression of faith and gratitude in Shin Buddhism. The bow and gassho are common to all schools of Buddhism, though there are many types of gassho. Learn to appreciate its significance and meaning, and how to enrich your spiritual life. Presented by Shoshin.
We offer complimentary meditation lessons for those new to buddhism. Just arrive 15 min. before 10 a.m. and ask the person at the front desk for the mini lesson.
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p.s. REMINDER - Hosted by the Buddhist Faith Fellowship. Even though just one or two people from Meetup have RSVPed, you can expect 35 - 45 people in attendance.