A corridor infront of the meditation hall for late comers and visitors.
It felt like people still meditate here and it was the place most drawn to sit formally in. Although these are not the original buildings from Zen Master Dogen’s time the sense of the ‘aliveness’ of the meditation that he lived and taught here was palpible. Yes that aliveness was every where present throughout the building complex and gardens.
3 thoughts on “Classic Meditation Hall (Sodo) at Kosho-ji.”
What is it that is hanging on the wall above the cushions?
It’s the name of the person who usually sits in that spot written on a board in kanji