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Three Treasures Sangha
Seattle Practice Center
1910 24th Ave South
Seattle,  Washington   98111
(For best directions, please ask the center.)
Zen
URL www.three-treasures-...
Phone 206-324-5373
Center's Description
Three Treasures Sangha of the Pacific Northwest (TTS) is a lay Zen group located in Seattle, Washington and affiliated with the Diamond Sangha, an independent lineage founded by Robert Aitken Roshi, a dharma heir in the Sanbo Kyodan (Harada-Yasutani-Yamada) lineage. Our membership consists of people who come together to practice in a way consistent with Zen Buddhist practice. The group has been in existence for about 25 years has had a number of teachers in the Sanbo Kyodan/Diamond Sangha lineage, beginning with Aitken Roshi himself, and continuing on through several others to Jack Duffy Roshi, our current teacher. Three Treasures Sangha offers periodic orientation to our Zen practice, sitting one or more mornings and one weekday evening per week, a monthly zazenkai (full day of sitting), and several sesshin (intensive multi-day silent retreats) each year, including dokusan (practice-related interview) with the teacher.

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