Second-Wednesday Dharma Talk

Date(s) - 03/12/2014
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Second-Wednesday Dharma Talk:
With Yanagido Del Smith

In Japan, the vernal and autumnal equinoxes, commonly called o-higan, are regarded as times when spirits of the dead return to the world of the living. Many people visit their family graves and make special offerings to ancestral spirits at the altars in their homes. Buddhist temples hold equinox assemblies (higan e) that feature offerings to spirits. The term higan, literally, the “other shore” or “opposite bank” of a river, entered the vocabulary of East Asian Buddhism as a metaphor for nirvana.

Where: Zendō in the Fairmount UCC Education Bldg

When: Wednesday, March 12, 2014


  • Sitting meditation 7pm to 7:30
  • Presentation 7:30pm to 8

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Zendō at the Fairmount UCC Education Bldg, Wichita KS, United States

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