Weekly Moon Meditation (1hr)
Wednesday 1PM and 7PM
Sunday Services at noon
Please join us on the last Sunday of every month @ 12pm for the Goma Fire Ritual. With your prayers and wishes written on wooden sticks, head monk Taijo will offer these to the Buddha of Compassionate Fire, which symbolizes the burning away your suffering.
This weekend you can find us at Sakura-Con where you can receive Kaji, a Japanese Vajrayana Buddhist empowerment ceremony.
Your vital energy is originally connected with universal energy. When you are disconnected from the compassionate universe, you experience dis-ease.
The Kaji ritual involves a sequence of mudras, mantras, and visualization exercises that activate the connection to universal energy. Kaji lets you regain your innate spiritual brilliance.
Please find us at booth #549, Exhibition Hall 4E, Level 4 on Saturday from 10AM-6PM and Sunday from 10AM-4PM. See you there!
Join us this month for our celebration of the historical Buddha's birthday, the honoring of Shingon's founder Kobo Daishi at Sho-Mieku, and if you're attending Sakura-Con visit our booth. This Spring is full of opportunities to dedicate ourselves to a more compassionate world.
Ohigan Greeting from Seattle Koyasan
February at Seattle Koyasan
Hoshi Matsuri or Super Bowl? I, personally, think Hoshi Matsuri is more important for you. But actually you can enjoy the both. Because Hoshi Matsuri starts from 12 noon. Super Bowl from 3PM.
Hoshimatsuri 2016: A Prayer to the Stars at Seattle Koyasan
us8.campaign-archive1.com Happy New Year everyone! It was nice to see so many of you over the four end of year Goma services. We hope everyone enjoyed the experience of chanting together as a part of the same compassionate universe.
2017 New Year Goma Services
us8.campaign-archive2.com Reverend Taijo will be conducting three Goma services in addition to the December service this month. Take note that Goma is one week earlier than usual.
7-5-3! Respond to RSVP for This Weekend
Upcoming: Goma, 7-5-3, and Thanksgiving
Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
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