Monday Night Dharma Talk with Teshin Sweger

Monday, September 27, 2021
7:30pm ET

We are pleased to have Teshin Sweger, the Abbot of the North Carolina Zen Center, provide a guided meditation and Dharma talk on “Why We Practice Zen” for the Tallahassee Chan Center community on Monday, September 27, 2021, at 7:30pm ET.

Teshin Sweger is the Abbot of the North Carolina Zen Center in Pittsboro, NC. Teshin has trained in the lineage of Philip Kapleau Roshi and the Rochester Zen Center. He has 25 years of Zen training including residential training at Rochester and at Windhorse Zen Center in Asheville. He studied under Bodhin Roshi at Rochester, then under Lawson Satcher Roshi at Windhorse, and completed his study under Sevan Ross Roshi and was given full sanction to teach by him in 2015. Teshin has been teaching for five years through a Zen group at the University of Rochester. Teshin teaches in a tradition that blends a combination of Rinzai and Soto Zen practices.

To join the event, please visit this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/893204244?pwd=MTdxbHB6MVBrVWt3K2NRVjFoK1NSdz09 (password: chan).