ODZ Seattle ~ Water Moon Dojo

Water Moon Zazen Schedule during 2020 Pandemic (Corona virus

We welcome our international sangha friends to join us online.

The full schedule of online sits with Water Moon Dojo in Seattle
is now available through the video conferencing service, Zoom. (Download the app.)
We are either on Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) or Pacific Standard Time (PST). 
Here is a time converter to translate your time zone:

Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST/PDT)
Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST/PDT)
Saturdays, 7:30-8:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST/PDT)

On the Water Moon Dojo website, watermoondojo.us ,
you will find a link to the Zoom sits, and a link 
to the sutras that will be chanted.
You will either automatically be muted, or the jikijitsu
will ask you to mute yourself.  Participants will remain 
muted until after the Four Vows chant at the end of the sit.

You will be able to hear the jikijitsu do the Eko chants and
the mokugyo drum, and we encourage you to chant  as
loudly - from your tanden -  as you are able to (despite being muted). 
We cannot chant together due to the delay- we apologize for this digital shortcoming, but it is still
powerful to be able to sit together.

After the sitting periods end, we invite you to make yourself a cup of tea
and join us for a quick check in, and to answer any questions. On Tuesdays, after the morning zazen ends at 8:30 A.M. pacific time, we have Zen and Tea talks with various guests and time for questions and answers.  

For more information email watermooninfo@gmail.com

We look forward to sitting with you!

Bows & hugs, Water Moon Dojo

Water Moon Dojo is affiliated with Tahoma Sogenji One Drop Monastery 
on Whidbey Island, Washington, USA, and Sogenji Monastery in Japan,
under the direction of Shodo Harada Roshi and Daichi Zenni Roshi.

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