What we're about

A quiet place in a noisy world.
The Albuquerque Zen Center holds Zen Meditation practice Monday through Saturday. See the AZC website (http://www.azc.org), and Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/albzenctr).

Weekdays

Monday – Friday: Early Zazen
6 :00 – 7:30 am

Monday – Wednesday: Evening Zazen
5:30 – 7:00 pm

Thursday: , Zazen and Discussion Group
5:30 – 7:00 pm

Saturday Saturday: Early Zazen
6 :00 – 7:30 am

Saturday: Bagels and Coffee
7:30 – 8:15 am

Saturday: Samu (work practice)
8:15 – 9:15 am

Saturday: Mid-Morning Zazen
9:30 – 11:00 am

Every 2nd Saturday of the Month: Beginner's Instruction
10:30 am - Noon

Sunday Family Zendo (every other week, see website for details)
10:00 - Noon

Upcoming events (2)

Open Sky Zen Group
Needs a date and time

Albuquerque Zen Center

The Albuquerque Open Sky Zen Group (AOSZG), affiliated with the Kwan Um School of Zen, is led by Tony Sager, a senior dharma teacher within the sangha. The AOSZG is primarily a practice group - focusing, in part, on how to incorporate practice into all parts of every day life. Tony brings heart into the practice, as the heart is part of the essence of the core of dharmic realization and its manifestation in life. In addition to sitting and walking meditation and teaching, there will be time for questions and answers and sharing. Instruction is provided for those who are new to meditating. Participants are encouraged to give dhanna (a donation). $5 is suggested but any amount that one is able to give will be appreciated. No one is turned away if they are unable to give something.

Open Sky Zen Group
Needs a date and time

Albuquerque Zen Center

The Albuquerque Open Sky Zen Group (AOSZG), affiliated with the Kwan Um School of Zen, is led by Tony Sager, a senior dharma teacher within the sangha. The AOSZG is primarily a practice group - focusing, in part, on how to incorporate practice into all parts of every day life. Tony brings heart into the practice, as the heart is part of the essence of the core of dharmic realization and its manifestation in life. In addition to sitting and walking meditation and teaching, there will be time for questions and answers and sharing. Instruction is provided for those who are new to meditating. Participants are encouraged to give dhanna (a donation). $5 is suggested but any amount that one is able to give will be appreciated. No one is turned away if they are unable to give something.

Past events (959)

Jodo: Session 2 Class 4

Albuquerque Zen Center

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