Loi Juzen Tran was officially installed as Head Trainee during our recent Ango Opening / Head Trainee Entering ceremony. But Juzen and a small group of his stalwart supporters have been sitting since May. Congratulations Juzen! Keep up the great work!
For several years now, Lawrence Bienemann has been flying in from Florida to join us for some of our longer retreats. He decided to take the plunge and receive a Dharma name at a Jukai ceremony during this summer’s training period. Welcome Kyoden! We’re looking forward to sharing many more retreats with you in the […]
Highlights from Joe Belluso’s Jukai ceremony, where he received the Bodhisattva Precepts and was given the dharma name “Myoyu.”
At our ceremony to usher in 2017, Karen Maezen Miller Sensei revolved the sutras while GE SoTetsugen Stinson rocked the zendo on the drum. The next morning we visited Evergreen Cemetery, in a tradition begun by Maezumi Roshi, to honor the ancestors who brought Zen to the U.S. Our annual New Year’s Day pilgrimage ends […]
In this slideshow, Ari Sanmai Robles concludes the Summer Ango 2016 training period and defends her case before the Sangha as Head Trainee.
Kim Donin McDonald serves as Shuso for Ango Opening & Shuso Entering, 2015
Angie Shinnyo Nickol recently ordained as a priest at the Hazy Moon. She and her husband, Markus Kansho Nickol, live in Nuremberg, Germany. Shinnyo was our head trainee during last year’s Summer Ango.
On June 27, John Mujo Fritzlen received Precept Transmission from Nyogen Roshi. Mujo Sensei, who has led the men’s group at the Hazy Moon for many years and has decades of experience in Mahamudra as well as Zen practices, will now wear the brown robe of a transmission holder in our our lineage.
Kim Donin McDonald serves as Shuso for the 2015 Shuso Hossen Ceremony
Highlights from the Jukai ceremony of Jannifer Ju, where she took the Bodhisattva precepts and was given the dharma name “Ugen”