|Zen Center of Los Angeles|
|Affiliation||White Plum Asanga|
|Location||923 S. Normandie Ave, Los Angeles 90006|
ZCLA observes a daily schedule of zazen, Buddhist services, and work practice. The Center's programs include introductory classes, sesshin, workshops and training periods, as well as face-to-face meetings with Abbot Wendy Egyoku Nakao and other Center teachers. The sangha practices zazen and koan training in the Maezumi-Glassman lineage.
ZCLA's mission is to know the Self, maintain the precepts, and serve others. The Center serves by providing the teaching, training, and transmission of Zen Buddhism. ZCLA's vision is an enlightened world in which suffering is transcended, all beings live in harmony, everyone has enough, deep wisdom is realized, and compassion flows unhindered.
See also edit
Conrad Butsugen Romo in front of ZCLA during the 40th Anniversary celebration
- Maguire, Jack (2001). Essential Buddhism: A Complete Guide to Beliefs and Practices. Simons and Schuster. ISBN 0-671-04188-6. OCLC 47054191.
- Preston, David L. (1988). The Social Organization of Zen Practice: Constructing Transcultural Reality. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-35000-X. OCLC 16685057.
- Seager, Richard Hughes (1999). Buddhism in America. Columbia University Press. ISBN 0-231-10868-0. OCLC 40481142.