Zen Priest Genjo Osho Buddhism In Daily Life

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Genjo Marinello Osho began his Zen training in 1975 and was ordained as a novice monk in 1980. From 1981-1982 he trained at Ryutaku-ji in Japan with Sochu Rōshi and Soen Nakagawa Rōshi. Marinello later continued his training with Eido Shimano Roshi, abbot of Dai Bosatsu Monastery. Genjo Osho was formally installed as second Abbot of Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Ji in Seattle, on Rinzai Zenji’s memorial day January 10th, 1999. On May 21, 2008, Marinello received dharma transmission from Eido Shimano Rōshi, in a ceremony also involving his former teacher Genki Takabayashi.

Genjo Osho is a member of the American Zen Teachers Association. He has served the greater Seattle community as an Adjunct Faculty member at Antioch University Seattle in Buddhist Studies, a member of the Religious Coalition for Equality, a volunteer Buddhist pastor for the Washington State Department of Corrections, a Spiritual Director associated with Anamchara a Progam of Multifaith Works, and has worked repeatedly with the Church Council of Greater Seattle in interfaith trauma response to tragedies.

In addition he is a member of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship and the Zen Peacemakers organization where he has received Witness Council training and participated in international Bearing Witness retreats at Aushwitz/Birkenau and in Rwanda. Genjo Osho’s commentary on Koan Practice has been translated into several languages.
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