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Dojo Schedule

March 2021

Sit on Country


Thursday 4 March

Zazen and Dharma talk by Ross Bolleter Roshi titled:

Love,Lust, and the Zen Way 

at St Paul's 6.30 - 8.30pm.


Thursday 11 March

Zazen and precepts on:

The Three Vows of Refuge:
I Take Refuge in the Buddha
I Take Refuge in the Dharma
I Take Refuge in the Sangha

at St Paul's 6:30-8:30pm.

Thursday 18 March

Zazen at St Paul's: 6.30 - 8.30pm.

Thursday 25 March

Zazen and dokusan with Ross Bolleter Roshi at St Paul's: 6.30 - 8.30pm.

Our monthly Sit on Country with Michael Wright will be on Sunday 7 March at Kaarta Gar-up (Kings Park). We will join together in zazen and kinhin on Whadjuk Noongar Country. Gather at 9.15 am for a 9.30 start. We will finish by 10.30 am.

Dokusan is with:

  • Mari, by telephone, on the Tuesday following the first Thursday of the month and, 

  • Ross, in person at St Paul's Hall, on the fourth Thursday of the month.


Tuesday 9 March

Telephone Dokusan with Mari Rhydwen Roshi: 4-6 pm (AWST).

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Thursday 25 March

In person Dokusan with Ross Bolleter Roshi at St Paul's Hall: 6:30-8:30pm.  

The Zen Group of Western Australia is a lay-Buddhist organisation founded in 1983 and affiliated with the Diamond Sangha. We meet on Thursdays at St Paul's Anglican Church Hall in Beaconsfield. All are welcome to sit with us.


The Zen Group of Western Australia started in 1983 with a small group of people sitting in a private home in Mt. Claremont, Perth.


Zen, or Chan as it is called when referring to its history in China, is one branch of the great tree of Mahayana Buddhism.

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