The mothership!You have found the website of It’s Alive! Zen. We are a Zen meditation group in the Pacific Zen School that practices in San Antonio, Texas. We meet weekly on Wednesday evenings and plan to offer other programs in the near future. Check out the newest blog post, find out more about our koan meditation group and what the heck koans are, or just explore the site at your leisure. You can also join our Meet Up group and our Facebook page to stay informed about events. Enjoy!


Wednesday, October 19th                                                                                                                             Jesse will be leading a koan group as a part of OLLU Meditates, a program developed by Dr. John Nira of Our Lady of the Lake University to provide an opportunity for sharing and experiencing different meditative practices.  We will not be meeting at the UU church that evening.

The group is free and open to anyone. It begins at 5:15pm in the Constantineau Chapel, which is on the 2nd floor of the Walter Student Service Center (#21 on this campus map).

Hope to see you there!

Check out the latest from the It’s Alive! Zen blog:

Not knowing is most intimate

umbrella-squareDizang said, “Not knowing is most intimate.”

Bermuda grass—Cynodon dactylon, also known as dog’s tooth grass, devil’s grass, and wire grass—is fast-growing, aggressive, and very tough.  It’s commonly used for golf courses and sports fields because it recovers quickly when damaged.  It is remarkably heat and drought-resistant, grows a deep and extensive network of roots, and is invincible to most herbicides.  To really get rid of Bermuda grass, you have to dig up the soil and pull it out by the root.[Read more…]


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