Clarifying the Path – A Workshop w/Rev. Koji Dreher

Saturday, January 4th from 1-5pm

Clarifying the Path – A Workshop with Rev. Koji Dreher

One of the earliest and clearest explanations of living the life of Buddhist practice is the Eightfold Path— an explicit set approaches to bring Buddhist practice into the width and depth of our lives. In this afternoon workshop we will work on developing a concise understanding of the Buddhist path and develop a strong conceptual foundation to refer to if we ever feel confused about the point of practice. Spending time acquainting ourselves with the Buddha’s blueprint for the practice can provide us with a compass for our whole lives as practitioners. 

Program Fees*: $75 members/$100 non-members

* As always, AZC is committed to making the teachings available to everyone. To request financial assistance from our Scholarship Fund, or if you would like to donate to the Fund for others to be able to participate, please call the AZC Administrator at 512-452-5777.

Rev. Koji Dreher began practicing Zen at San Francisco Zen Center in 2002 and entered into monastic training at Tassajara the following year where he met his teacher Kosho McCall. Since his ordination as a Soto Zen priest in 2008, Koji has led workshops and lectured as a visiting priest at Austin Zen Center where he served as Shuso (head monk) in 2013 and as a resident teacher in 2016. He is currently studying Buddhist Classics and Literary Chinese at Dharma Realm Buddhist University.