CELEBRATING 20 YEARS  


20th Anniversary Celebration of Jikishoan Foundation  

Tokozan Temple

Opening of Tokozan Temple

 

10th – 12 May

  • Mountain Seat Ceremony, Head Student Ceremony
  • Children’s Procession and Blessing
  • Dharma Lecture by Hoitsu Suzuki Roshi
  • Morning Meditation
  • Festive Lunch

Special Events from 14 April

  • Special Bendoho Retreat #60
  • Lectures by Prof. Arthur McKeown, Ven. Chi Kwang Sunim
  • Ven Thich Phuoc Tan 
  • Puja for Traleg Rinpoche IX

View and download the full program. 

Enquiries:  General Administrator – Shona Innes, 0421 285 338 shona.innes@gmail.com

Abbot’s Attendant: Katherine Yeo, 0422 407 870 katherinelianyeo@gmail.com

 

 

SaveSave

SaveSave

Welcome to Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community

Jikishoan Sangha

Ekai Korematsu Osho and the new temple

Jikishoan is a growing community of people studying and practising Soto Zen Buddhism under the guidance of Zen Master Ekai Korematsu Osho.

Ekai Osho is the Abbot of Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community and the principal teacher of all courses and workshops. He has practised and taught Zen Buddhism in Japan, the USA and India for over 30 years, and in Australia since 1999.

Jikishoan runs a range of programs throughout the year, which are conducted in the spirit of Bendoho – the original way of practice as prescribed by Dogen Zenji in the 13th Century.

Jikishoan is located in Melbourne, Australia.

Newcomers with an interest in Zen meditation and practice in daily life are always welcome.

SaveSave

SaveSave

Watch this video to find out more about Soto Zen Buddhsim.