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Members coming from a distance—or even those who live not too far away—can arrange to stay at the Center so as to take advantage of added time in the zendo or to attend two back-to-back sittings (for example, Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning).  Check with the Center beforehand to insure space availability.

A member may find that the time is right in their life for a more intensive form of practice, and full-time residency at the Center emerges as a possibility. Residency not only assists one's own efforts; it is a vehicle for service to the Center, and one should not consider it without a deep willingness to serve those who practice here. It is expected that a resident will have stable employment (or independent financial stability) during their tenure here. Ask for more information on residency, including cost, responsibilities, and expectations.

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