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© 2019 by The Korinji Foundation

 

HOW TO BEGIN

You may begin practicing Zen with us by visiting one of our groups worldwide. You'll receive basic instruction in meditation and can then start your own daily practice. You will also begin to develop a relationship with our community and have the chance to attend events with us.

At some point when you are ready you may apply to become a formal student of our teacher, Meido Roshi. A short ceremony called shoken formalizes this, and opens the door to more intensive instruction.

Finally, Meido Roshi has written a book specifically for Zen beginners who may not yet have found a teacher: please see 

The Rinzai Zen Way: A Guide to Practice.

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INTRO TO ZEN DAYS

Several times a year Korinji monastery in Wisconsin (about 60 miles from Madison) hosts an open house: our Intro to Zen Days.

Participants receive a tour of the monastery and meet the residents. Meido Roshi gives beginning meditation instruction and short talk. Afterward, we enjoy tea and coffee together. 10am-12pm.

See our Events page for the next Intro to Zen Day and to RSVP.

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

It's easy to join the Korinji Zen Community. Your membership gives you access to numerous resources that will support your meditation practice like Korinji TV, our online library of instructional videos and dharma talks.

Member donations benefit The Korinji Foundation, a non-profit which supports our monastery and mission. Donations are tax-deductible, and we're grateful for your support.