Upcoming Events

THE DRAGON’S CURRENT ABODE:  January 19-20, Salt Lake City, Utah

Join Doen Roshi for an intensive two-day workshop, The Dragon’s Current Abode, at the ECCU in Salt Lake City.  This intensive workshop focuses on how we can “play” in this field and overcome obstacles by employing these very details as the dharma of our daily life. The Dragon’s Current Abode will include zazen, talks and interactive activities. We will begin Saturday at 9 a.m. and end in the afternoon Sunday.

The teaching fee is $450.00 Please register with Rebecca@longokura.com now.

If you would like to stay in one of the rooms we have reserved at ECCU, 75 S. 200 E., Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 please use this link and reference Lost Coin.   eccu.wufoo.com/forms/k109a5pn0sz0qtg

About Lost Coin: Lost Coin has no Zen Center or monastery to structure our practice. Another way to say this is Lost Coin has no Zen Center or Monastery to obscure our practice. This allows us the freedom to practice in a bare-bones way, using our daily life in the vastness of the world: our relations and interactions with our families and loved ones, our careers, our interests, our work relationships.Instead of a monastic schedule, positions and logistics, our field of learning includes every mundane and sacred detail of our everyday world.


ZEN MIND IN THE BARDO: May 17-19, 2019, Duesseldorf, Germany 

We also please to announce a that Daniel Doen Roshi will be travel to Duesseldorf, Germany for this workshop at this time so you can plan ahead.  “Zen Mind in the Bardo” will explore the various states of existence that appear as both gateways and barriers on the path of liberation. It will focus on how to navigate these gateways and barriers in our daily life.  Roshi will give a public talk on Friday, May, 17, 2019, followed by a two day workshop on Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19. Zen Mind in the Bardo. This will be a great opportunity for the Lost Coin European and American sanghas to spend time and to practice together.

Further information will follow.  Please mark these dates on your calendars.

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