On Wednesday evening , November 15th Ando Jaune Evans, a priest and senior teacher in the Bay Area Everyday Zen lineage of Zoketsu Norman Fischer, will give an in-person dharma talk at the Kannon Do Meditation Center. Jaune’s talk will be followed by time for questions and discussion.
Ando Jaune Evans was originally ordained as a priest in the White Plum Lineage by Bernie Glassman and Taizan Maezumi Roshi in 1983 at the Zen Community of New York. She leads the Heart of Compassion Zen Sangha in Point Reyes, California. Jaune works as the Executive Director of Tamalpais Trust, a philanthropic foundation which supports and helps to protect Indigenous Peoples’ sacred lands and waters, cultural and human rights, gender empowerment, and global justice alliance-building. She serves on the Board of Directors of Commonweal, the leadership team of Healing Circles, and is an Advisor to both the Board of the UC Berkeley Human Rights Center and Mesa Refuge Writer’s Refuge.
Those who would like to join online can do so via Zoom:
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During the discussion please mute yourself if you are in a noisy area, and remember to unmute yourself if you are speaking. The discussion will be recorded.
Kannon Do Wednesday Night Online Meditation Schedule (via Zoom)
7:10 pm to 7:50 – Zazen Meditation (Please go on mute if in a noisy area)
7:50 pm to 8:00 pm – Service (We will be connecting with the Zendo)
7:55 pm to 9:00 pm – Dharma talk and Q&A