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Evening Meditation (Zazen) at Two Arrows Zen, Thursdays
You are warmly welcomed to the Two Arrows Zen sangha for evening meditation each Thursday There are two sitting periods: 7:00 - 7:35 pm, and 7:45 - 8:15 pm. Meditation cushions and chairs are provided. No prior experience with meditation is required. You may join for one period, or for both. If it is your first time, please come a few minutes before the first sit so we can provide a little orientation. Arrive a little early for tea and socializing. Please try to be in the building before 6:55 pm because the outer doors to the building automatically lock each night at 7:00 pm. Membership is not required; donations are always welcome. (Suggested donation for regular attendance is $10 per week or similar membership level.) Street clothing is fine; we take off shoes in the zendo. No shorts or tank tops, please. Please arrive on time to be settled in the zendo 5 minutes before the sit begins. Two Arrows Zen is closed for major holidays and for our Winter and Spring Sesshins. Please check the Calendar for the program on specific dates. http://twoarrowszen.org/two-arrows-zen-calendar . We're looking forward to seeing you in the zendo! p.s. for more formal meditation instruction, consider coming to A Day of Zen for meditation and teaching. You'll find more information at http://twoarrowszen.org/events/ (http://twoarrowszen.org/events/day-zen-july)

Two Arrows Zen

230 South 500 West, Artspace Suite 155 · Salt Lake City, UT

What we're about

Two Arrows Zen is a center for Zen study and practice in Utah, co-founded by Diane Musho Hamilton Sensei and Michael Mugaku Zimmerman Sensei. We are a community of meditators and Buddhist practitioners who are building and supporting an inclusive program of study and practice adapted for a range of life situations -- including householders who raise children, hold jobs, and seek liberation as the ground of an ordinary life. We value the intimate connection of meditation and study together, in daily sits, regular classes, and on retreats. We balance the discipline of traditional forms in a lineage based practice with innovative ways of learning to embody and enact wisdom and compassionate in an ever more complex world.

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