Onryu Patrick Teverbaugh
Genjo Koan—This is the place, here the way unfolds.
Onryu Patrick Teverbaugh was ordained as a priest in 1999 and received Dharma Transmission from Katherine Thanas in January, 2011. He organizes activities for the Global Sangha, sangha members interested in practicing with social and environmental issues.
These activities include a weekly lunch for a local homeless shelter, a weekly recovery group, and marching in the local LGBT parade. Patrick also shares the role of Ino, managing zendo roles and activities.
Mindfulness and Intimacy
Buddha’s Birthday Sesshin Talk 2
Buddha’s Birthday Sesshin Talk 1
Vimalakirti and Inconceivable Miracles
Indra Plants a Blade of Grass
Wholeness and Caoshan’s Reality Body
The Practice of Patience
Nourishing Our Intention
Rohatsu Sesshin: Bodhidharma’s Practice
Where to find Patrick…
Join us for a bare-bones, three-day sesshin without dharma talks or other such toys.
This Saturday’s topic is, “Buddhist and western psychology: what views do the share and how do they differ?”
We will have a panel discussion with Reverend Patrick Teverbaugh, Senior Student Patrice Monsour and Reverend Neti Parekh. Each panelist will give a short introductory statement and then they’ll take questions and comments from the rest of the group.