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Peaceful practice following the inspiring Four Vast Bodhisattva Vows Eventbrite Tickets The practice of Shakyō is a meditative and spiritual practice offered in many temples in Japan. It often starts with reading or chanting then a bow before beginning to slowly trace the original text of a chosen Buddhist Sutra. We will trace the famous Mahayana Buddhist vows (or wishes) which are short (just five lines including the title) but deep and expressive. They convey the will to engage with Buddhist…Find out more »
Practice chanting the sutras and verses of the Soto Zen and Jodo Shin schools When: Meet on the first Sunday of each month 12.30pm - 2pm Please check "Chanting Group" page for any change of dates or times. Where: Online via Zoom Contact: glasgowzengroup(at)gmail.com Please change (at) to @ About: Join our friendly regular chanting group hosted by Glasgow Zen Group. Okyo - the practice of chanting the sutras - is a nourishing, dynamic and wholehearted…Find out more »
When: Okesa Sewing Group: regular on a Sunday 1pm - 3.00pm. Feel free to come for part or all of the afternoon meeting. Where: Online via Zoom Contact: glasgowzengroup(at)gmail.com Please change (at) to @ About: After we have been practicing for a while and want to commit more to Buddhism as a way of life, we might seek to take the precepts. These are the Buddhist vows undertaking not to kill, steal, lie and so on, essentially…Find out more »
Enjoy and practice working with traditional tenkoku materials or keshigomu eraser to carve your very own hanko stamp 6th September 2021 U.K. time: 7.00pm – 8.30pm (BST) Los Angeles time: 11.00am New York time: 2.00pm Eventbrite Tickets Carve your very own Japanese hanko stamp to make your inei impression, learn about the different stages in the Tenkoku 篆刻 process and the tools used. Enjoy the meditative and caring process of carving the stone to make the hanko 判子, then inking…Find out more »
Blair organises, runs and co-runs several events, many of which are art and meditation related. Some are free community groups and others have an admission charge, most are through the D+P Studio and some Glasgow Zen Group. Please have a look at each event and feel free to come along and join!