Zentatsu Baker Roshi
- January 27-29, 2017 Awareness, Consciousness, and the Practice of Mindfulness! [Friday optional]
- April 21-23, 2017 Actualizing the Here and Now! [Friday optional]
Here you may REGISTER AND PAY IN ADVANCE. While we prefer online payment, as it simplifies our accounting and results in less work for us as the seminar begins, you may also register and pay at the door.
Each year, Dharma Sangha Boulder hosts two weekend seminars with Zentatsu Baker Roshi at the Chautauqua Community House in Boulder. The seminars usually take place in January or February and April or May. (We mention this so everyone can generally anticipate year-to-year when they will occur.) Baker Roshi’s seminars are opportunities to deeply explore the practice of some aspect of the Dharma, shedding new light on classical teachings. The format for the weekends includes lectures, question and answer, group discussion, and some sitting meditation. It is not necessary for participants to have experience with Zen practice or Baker Roshi’s previous seminars.
While the main seminar begins at 9:30am Saturday, Baker Roshi begins to develop the topic of the seminar on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with those who are able to attend. There is a mid-day break for people to have lunch on their own. The cost for the two days is $145, while the total price for all three days is $195.
Advanced registration is available online close to the event date. On-site registration will also be available Friday and Saturday mornings. For further questions, please contact Tim Hogan at 303-444-5577 or Tim.Hogan ‘at’ colorado.edu.
About Baker Roshi
Zentatsu Baker Roshi is Founder and Head Teacher of the Dharma Sangha centers in Europe and the United States. In the United States he lives at Crestone Mountain Zen Center in Colorado; and in Germany, at the Buddhist Study Center at Johanneshof in the Black Forest.
Baker Roshi has committed his life to discovering and cultivating a way that combines monastic practice, community life, and the study of the interrelationship between Asian and Western cultural practices.