MISSION STATEMENT OF THE FOREST
The Forest Way
Zen places emphasis on the ordinary moments of our life and encourages
to take responsibility for their actions.
Students are shown how to examine the relevance of Zen in the
Twenty-First Century. The aim is to support
students to find their own spiritual liberation leading to awakening. Forest Way Care is a special interest group
interested in helping to alleviate the emotional
suffering of people affected by cancer and other
life threatening illness through mindfulness meditation.
WHAT IS YOUR MISSION?
looking for relaxation, peace, and inner calmness?
interested in your personal liberation and awakening?
are, Forest Way Zen offers an
opportunity to explore Zen Buddhism in a modern context.
OF ACTIVITIES FOR 2013
Interviews and Information for Potential New Students
All preliminary enquiries
are handled by Marie Farrin, our New Student Liason.
Marie can usually answer
your questions straight away, and she will fit you into our teachers
if you want to go ahead with your
adventure into Zen.
Private Interviews for Established Students
By appointment only.
Please book one week ahead. Each appointment on the hour and half
hour for 30 minutes.
Wednesday 5 pm – 6 pm
Thursday 5 pm – 6 pm
Friday 2 pm – 5 pm
Regular Meditation Sittings in the Doonan Zendo
Wednesday 7 pm - 9
pm Zen Buddhist Meditation.
Thursday 1 pm
– 3 pm Mindfulness
Meditation Support Group.
Sunshine Coast U3A Sponsored Sittings
(promoting healthy creative lifestyles for retired people)
Monday 9 am
- 11 am Recollective
ALL THE ABOVE ARE FREE BUT DANA
(DONATION) WILL HELP THE FOREST WAY
ZEN CONTINUE TO RUN THESE EVENTS.
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