|Welcome to the Lost Coin Study Center.
A subscription to the study center provides access to videos of Doen Roshi’s talks as well as other media. New content will be added each month and will include materials chosen to enhance the Lost Coin curriculum. The Study Center materials will provide a way of deepening and expanding your practice. Upon subscribing you will have immediate access to all our video content which is continually updated.
Lost Coin is in the process of developing this curriculum. We have now established three areas of study: Mechanics, Training and Realization. Materials will be grouped into these three areas. The development and refinement of the Lost Coin curriculum in the Study Center is an exciting prospect for us and we believe it is a new way to present the practice as it settles in the West.
This subscription service is available to both Lost Coin students and interested public for a fee of $15 per month. Simply click on the Sign Up page to get started.
Watch the interview with Doen Roshi about the Study Center.
|About Doen Roshi
Daniel Doen Silberberg, Roshi, is a Zen teacher, author and founder of Lost Coin Zen, Inc., an international non- profit Zen training organization based in San Francisco.
Roshi received Zen transmission in the White Plum Lineage in 2006 and Inka in 2015, after 35 years of traditional practice with three Zen teachers. Prior to that he spent 15 years studying with Fourth Way teachers and received permission to teach Fourth Way groups. Doen’s teaching is focused on creating a meaningful practice for students who live thoroughly modern lives with families, relationships and careers, but who also have a strong desire to practice The Way.
Lost Coin trains students to empower themselves and to embrace their everyday lives as the rich cauldron for spiritual practice. The training incorporates traditional essentials of Zen and the Fourth Way practices including zazen, koan study, close work with Roshi, study and exercises, and adapts these forms to our world today.
Doen brings to his teaching a warm, genuine style enriched by his own eclectic background. This includes work as a practicing psychologist and award-winning composer. At present he is writing and teaching Lost Coin Zen.