Barry Farrin Roshi
ALL NEW STUDENTS should arrange an introductory meeting, enabling them to make an informed decision about Zen and understand its relevance in the 21st century, before attending their first meditation sitting.
This year we are planning to hold a number of celebrations to mark 30 years of Forest Way Zen teaching and leadership by Barry Ku San on the Sunshine Coast. All those who have been associated in this work, whether as students, supporters, or friends, are invited to participate. If you would like to show your personal support, please contact us
HOW CAN FOREST WAY ZEN HELP YOU?
Forest Way Zen places emphasis on the ordinary moments of our life and encourages the members to take responsibility for their actions. Students are shown how to examine the relevance of Zen in the 21st century. The aim is to support students to find their own spiritual liberation leading to awakening.
Forest Way Zen Care is a special interest group that runs SEPARATELY to our regular Zen programme, helping to alleviate the emotional suffering of people affected by cancer and other life threatening illness through mindfulness meditation. Commencing Sunday 4th February and every Sunday, ongoing at the Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre, Fifth Ave, Cotton Tree from 9.30am-11.30am. Admission is free, no donation required.
If you’d like to know how to live life with greater purpose, less suffering, and more joy, please contact Forest Way Zen.
Regular meditation sittings in the Doonan Zendo 2018
All of the below sessions are FREE but a DANA (Donation) will help the Forest Way Zen continue to run these events.
Please feel free to message us at anytime or call (07) 5471 1332. Thank you!