Iniziative


Cari tutti,
Mentre il tempo fila i suoi giorni, indifferente ai lockdown ed alle mascherine, il gruppo della Stella non è rimasto con le mani in mano. Grazie al lavoro svolto negli anni scorsi e a un’elaborazione collettiva, coordinata da Maurizio e durata mesi, abbiamo pubblicato un ‘nuovo’ testo. Dico ‘nuovo’, con le virgolette, perché è composto da scritti che, in forma meno curata, erano già comparsi su questo sito. Si tratta di 8 articoli, 5 antichi e 3 moderni: uno di Dogen, tre di Uchiyama (in nuova traduzione), uno di Yokoyama Sodo ed infine tre composti da me negli ultimi anni. Tutti dedicati alla pratica dello zazen. Qui trovate l’indice dell’opera.

L’obiettivo è fornire a chi si avvicina per la prima volta a questa pratica e a chi, invece, è già su questo cammino, una traccia, il più possibile sicura, su come fare per sedersi senza errori di metodo e per indirizzare la propria vita in sintonia con quel sedersi. Sino ad ora non esisteva in italiano un testo siffatto.
Ne abbiamo fatto stampare alcune copie e, di queste, ne mettiamo cento a disposizione dei lettori di questo blog. Il libro non è in commercio ma, ovviamente, abbiamo sostenuto delle spese e con il vostro aiuto, se possibile, vorremmo recuperare quanto speso per potere, in futuro, fornire lo stesso servizio.
Se desiderate riceverlo, gratuitamente o a fronte di una piccola donazione, scrivete a servizio@lastelladelmattino.org chiedendo istruzioni.

Anche questa volta ci sarà un premio particolare al primo che troverà un refuso: una copia del libro senza quel refuso.

Riportiamo qui la segnalazione di un appello ad un corteo di protesta che ci sembra importante sostenere.

l’Associazione Nazionale “THÈM ROMANÓ” ONLUS promuove un corteo di protesta civile contro atti di razzismo nei confronti dei Rom e Sinti in Italia

Roma, domenica 8 giugno 2008

L’iniziativa è promossa da intellettuali italiani e Rom, associazioni, artisti e persone di buona volontà che non vogliono essere strumentalizzati da nessuno.

Le Associazioni che aderiscono all’iniziativa diventano automaticamente anche organizzatori e promotori partecipando con i propri rappresentanti al costituente Coordinamento Nazionale Permanente e al corteo antirazzista nel rispetto dei principi che hanno mosso l’iniziativa.

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Torino, all’Arsenale, il 14 Maggio 2008 dalle ore 9,30 alle 18:30, in occasione della festa buddhista del Vesakh, convegno interculturale sul tema

Il futuro e l’educazione

Potete scaricare qui il programma.

Buongiorno a tutti.

Diamo comunicazione degli argomenti che verranno svolti negli incontri di studio che si terranno presso la Casa di Galgagnano nei mesi di Gennaio e Marzo 2008:

  • sabato 19 gennaio:
    La nascita del buddismo cinese: un parto difficile,
    a cura di Mauricio Y. Marassi
  • domenica 20 gennaio:
    Il percorso religioso tra legge e trasgressione,
    a cura di Federico Battistutta
  • sabato 1 marzo:
    L’India prima di Buddha,
    a cura di Marilia Albanese
  • domenica 2 marzo:
    Il percorso religioso tra legge e trasgressione,
    a cura di Federico Battistutta

In seguito verrà fornito il contenuto degli incontri dei prossimi mesi.
Trovate qui il calendario delle attività già programmate sino a luglio.
Per ogni informazione:

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Pubblichiamo il programma di una serie di incontri e seminari di sicuro interesse che si terranno da luglio a settembre 2007 presso l’Eremo di Monte Giove (PU).

Il file è scaricabile in formato PDF

L’ospitalità è possibile nella foresteria dell’eremo fino a un massimo di 50 persone.

Per le modalità di adesione consultare il volantino. Ulteriori informazioni si possono chiedere scrivendo a itincontri@libero.it, cell. 349-4327149, tel. 0721-809496, 0721-776153

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In occasione del 40o anniversario della presenza del Soto Zen in Europa, presso il tempio francese della Gendronnière si terranno un simposio su L’UNIVERSALITÀ DEL BUDDISMO ed una cerimonia di commemorazione di Deshimaru Taisen, primo giapponese a proporre lo zazen agli europei

It has already been 40 years since Taisen Deshimaru Roshi assumed as his mission the teaching of zazen in Europe. Zen, as this monk taught it, is a vigorous Buddhist activity which brings peace and essential truth to all of humanity. From the outset, religion should include this “universality”, which ensures freedom and equality among humans.

Now that the practice of zazen has spread throughout Europe as the vital essence of Zen, and Zen is becoming a part of European culture. I would like to initiate a dialogue on the fundamental nature of Buddhism – a universal religion – and on its various aspects, and to participate in this way in the reception and the transmission of the Dharma to future generations.

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Rev. Genshu Imamura, Director of the Soto Zen Buddhism European Office

Bollati Boringhieri editore

PRESENTAZIONE DEL LIBRO

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I fiori del vuoto
Introduzione alla filosofia giapponese
di Giuseppe Jisō Forzani

Giovedì 22 marzo 2007, ore 18.00
(h) Via Varese 12, Milano (link a maps_results_logo_small.gif)
Interviene: Marcello Ghilardi

Sarà presente l’autore

Per informazioni:

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