Nebraska Zen Center is a refuge for open-hearted inquiry and audacious awakening.
Everyone interested in living a life of meaning and inquiry is welcome at NZC, regardless of ethnicity, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, or history at NZC.
What We Do: Wholehearted Training, Engaged Living “Wholehearted Training” is about zazen (Zen meditation) and study. We offer daily zazen, frequent intensive retreats (sesshin), and dharma study, especially of Zen Master Dogen’s works, but also the work of other Zen teachers, and essential sutras for Zen training. Click here.
“Engaged Living” suggests the “so what?” test. If our practice isn’t making a difference in our daily life and the world, so what? Life in the swirl of the world is the buddha field for actualizing this incredible dharma.
Our purpose is to establish a dynamic community with a culture of inquiry, training and transmitting the Zen lineages of Katagiri Roshi and James Myoun Ford Roshi.
Ethical Principles At Nebraska Zen Center (NZC), we aspire to treat each other with respect, warmth, compassion and kindness. To read more, see the attachment below.