The Dôjô Mokushô-Dô was founded by L. Tenryu Tenbreul in the lineage of Taisen Deshimaru Rôshi in the late 70th. After having moved several times it is now located at the above-mentioned address.
The Dôjô is part of the Zen Association Germany with its main temple Mokushôzan Jakkôji in Schönböken. Abbot of Mokushôzan Jakkôji is Zen master L. Tenryu Tenbreul.
The Dôjô is situated in a quiet place near to the centre of the town with a lake nearby.
Mokushô-Dô-Dôjô is directed by A. Seihô Woller (Dharma-successor of Zen master L. Tenryu Tenbreul; Dendokyoshi) and is open for people interested in Zen-practice.
The name of the Dôjô: Mokushô-Dô means ´path of silent enlightenment`.
Daily Zazen, morning service, Gen Mai twice a week, Samu, regularly sesshins with practitioners coming out of the region, regularly introductions in Zazen and Zen-practice. (please see our website for more detailed information)
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