Fusatsu – June 23

We are doing a Fusatsu ceremony about once a month,  usually on the third Sunday of each month — sometimes without a precepts talk.

Fusatsu is an ancient Buddhist chanting and bowing ceremony of atonement and purification that provides us with the opportunity to acknowledge our deep karmic entanglements. There will be a short talk on one of the Bodhisattva precepts.

We’ll sit for one 30 minute round before going into Fusatsu, which takes about 45-65 min, depending on whether there’s a talk.