Visit of Zen Master Taigen Shodo Harada Roshi
On June 25-28th, a world-famous master of Japanese Rinzai Zen, calligraphy and kyūdo archery, a monk and an author of several books, Taigen Shodo Harada Roshi will visit Lithuania. During these days the Master will have public talks in Kaunas, Vilnius, and Judroniai Village.
Centre for Asian Studies invites you to participate in public talk about Zen meditation, which will be hold in VMU Grand Hall (Daukanto st. 58, Kaunas).
The entrance is free. The talk will be translated to English and Lithuanian.
Master Harada Roshi was born on August 26, 1940 in Nara, Japan. Although his father was an Osho-san and he was raised in a Buddhist temple, young Seicho was not interested in becoming a Buddhist priest. As a child he was fascinated by rockets and wanted to become a pilot. By his teenage years he was thinking of becoming a psychologist, having by then developed a keen interest in the nature of the human mind. This plan was to change abruptly one day when his father asked him to deliver something to Myoshin-ji, the headquarters temple of his family temple.
All biography of Master Taigen Shodo Harada Roshi.
More information in Master’s Facebook event.