The Practice of Zen

Zen can offer something very simple, very direct and readily accessible to anyone seeking inner peace, seeking healing in some form, or seeking answers to questions such as ‘Who am I?’ ‘How can I find meaning in my life?’ ‘How can I live in a most authentic way?’

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Zendo Closed (Summer Break) Aug. 9 -22

Please note: The zendo will be closed from August 9 to August 22. We will resume sitting on the 23rd, Sunday. Sitting at the Trammell Crow will continue every Sunday from 2-3 p.m. until the end of August.  Thank you very much.

 

 

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New Location Effective March 1

Please note, starting March 1 the new location of the MKZC will be:

1450 Oldgate Ln, Dallas, TX 75218
2nd Floor, Room 202 (Entrance is on Diceman Drive)
Inside the White Rock United Methodist Church

Please check the calendar page for the schedule.

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The Fundamentals and Fruits of Zen Practice

Helen Cortes narrates The Fundamentals of Zen Practice:

Ruben Habito describes the Fruits of Zen Practice:

New Location Effective March 1

Please note, starting March 1 the new location of the MKZC will be:
1450 Oldgate Ln, Dallas, TX 75218
2nd Floor, Room 202 (Entrance is on Diceman Drive)
Inside the White Rock United Methodist Church
Please check the calendar …

 
 

Zendo Closed (Summer Break) Aug. 9 -22

Please note: The zendo will be closed from August 9 to August 22. We will resume sitting on the 23rd, Sunday. Sitting at the Trammell Crow will continue every Sunday from 2-3 p.m. until the …

The Fundamentals and Fruits of Zen Practice

Helen Cortes narrates The Fundamentals of Zen Practice:

Ruben Habito describes the Fruits of Zen Practice:

Ignatian Exercises Lecture Series by Ruben Habito

Ruben Habito’s lecture series on Zen and the Spiritual Exercises

New Year’s Greetings, 2014 New Year’s Greetings, 2014

Dear Friends,
As we celebrate the New Year 2014, we echo an aspiration shared by all people of good will throughout the world, conveyed in a short prayer found in the early Buddhist Scripture …

Discover Your Hidden Treasure Discover Your Hidden Treasure

One of my favorite Zen kōans is about a monk named Qingshui (pronounced Seizei in Japanese), who asks his teacher, Caoshan, “Master, I am alone and poor. Help me to become prosperous.” Caoshan responds, addressing …

Dear Friends on the Zen Path, New Year’s Greetings, 2012 Dear Friends on the Zen Path, New Year’s Greetings, 2012

As we enter the 2012th year of the western calendar, which is also the Year of the Dragon in the East Asian cycle, we are made aware from many fronts that we live in troubled …