Our lives are full of wonderful distractions, and there is, of course, nothing wrong with distractions in and of themselves. The problems begin when we become so divided in our intent that suddenly nothing seems deserving of our full attention, and all our actions are mere shades of the full depth that we are capable of. Meaning and real satisfaction begin to wane, and anxiety or depression follows hard on the the heels of this distracted life.
Zen practice is simply a means to reengage with the depth and meaning that is constantly available to us if we are receptive to it.
Doug established Tending the Ox Zendo at Branched Oak Farm, a certified organic dairy, where he lives and farms with his wife Krista, and two sons.
Doug Dittman | email | 402.326.6954
We have no retreats scheduled for 2017.
Please plan on arriving half an hour earlier than the scheduled time so we can go over the meditation posture and you can ask questions.
17015 NW 70th St
402 326 6954