Three Zen Teachers Teaching Online

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In case there is no Zen teacher in your area, or if there is but there isn’t a heart alignment, here are three teachers who have web presence that I can recommend.

First, Sensei Domyo Burk. She is my dharma niece within the Soto tradition, a successor of the renowned late Zen master Kyogen Carlson. She offers guidance through Zen Studies Podcasts, which can be accessed here.

Second, Sensei Konin Cardenas, who studied with the San Francisco Zen Center complex, as well as in Japan with Sekkei Harada, who ordained her. She is a dharma successor to Shosan Giegen Victoria Austin. Konin Sensei also teaches in Spanish. She teaches online through the Ekan Zen Study Center, which can be accessed here.

And, third is Roshi Dosho Port. He studied in both America and Japan and is a dharma successor to the renowned Dainin Katagiri Roshi. He then went on to complete the Daiun Sogaku Harada Soto reform koan curriculum with me. He is widely considered one of the senior teachers of our North American Zen. His online study program, Vine of Obstacles can be accessed here.

I hope this is helpful.

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