Fall Sesshin at Camp Indianola
Eko Jeff Kelley and Nomon Tim Burnett
9/20/2017 - 12:00 PM
at Nickerson St. Zendo, (101 Nickerson Street, Suite 130, Seattle, WA, 98109)
Sesshin, our Soto Zen form of intensive meditation retreat, offers us the chance to deeply investigate the true nature of this human life. We allow ourselves to be supported in this investigation by the forms of practice and the schedule of community life. Seattle Soto Zen will again host this residential sesshin at Camp Indianola. Our silent sesshin will include zazen, kinhin, service, Dharma talks, dokusan and oryoki meals. Oryoki instruction will be available. The Camp is situated on Puget Sound, across Agate Passage from the north end of Bainbridge Island. It offers beautiful views and the chance to walk on the beach during breaks. The zendo is a wonderful high-ceilinged space facing the water. We will be sleeping dormitory style in shared bedrooms. We have rented an additional building this year to help with sleeping accommodations. Tent sites are also available. Please join us.
To attend, you must have completed at least one full-day retreat or have permission from one of the teachers. You may attend the weekend portion of the sesshin or attend the entire sesshin. The weekend portion runs from Friday, 7pm to Sunday, 5pm.
Any questions? Contact us