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Renowned Dogen translator Kazuaki Tanahashi, through his passion for poetry, practice, painting, and interpretations, explores being a clumsy student of a great master. Upaya’s Founding Abbot Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD, shares the deep impact the writings of Zen Master Dogen have made on her. Carl Bielefeldt, author of Dōgen’s Manuals of Zen Meditation, relays his experience working for the Soto Translation Project, and writer Natalie Goldberg gets us to sit, write, walk in the spirit of Dogen.
Tuition: Upaya members $320.00; nonmembers $360. Includes meals.
On-campus lodging is available for a fee.
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For more information: 505-986-8518 ext. 12 or email@example.com.
You may also design your own personal retreat.
Upaya’s campus in located two miles from downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico,
nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Upaya Zen Center
1404 Cerro Gordo Road
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Learn more about Upaya at www.upaya.org