BIOGRAFIA – Coen Roshi Monk
Coen Roshi Monk is an official missionary of the Soto Shu tradition of Zen Buddhism and primate founder of the Buddhist Zen Zendo Brazil Community.
She was ordained monk in 1983 and lived in Japan for 12 years before returning to Brazil in 1995.
In 2001 she founded the Buddhist Zen Community, in São Paulo.
She guides several groups in Brazil and takes part in several public activities promoting the non-active violence principle and peace culture. She is constantly invited for lectures in companies and teaching institutions throughout Brazil.
Currently, she presents the Zen Moment program on World Vibe radio and has the Zen Awakening podcast.
She is the author of a set of books: “Live Zen”, “Always Zen”, “Dharma Words”, “The Transformation Wisdom”, “108 Eastern Tales and Parables”, “The Monk and the Bull”, “Suffering is Optional”, “Zen for the distracted”, “Hell is us” (with Leandro Karnal), “The Monk and the teacher” (with Clóvis de Barros Filho), “Truth?” and “Neither angels nor demons” (with Prof. Mario Sergio Cortella), “Learn to live the now”, “What I learned with silence”, “Zen – Coen Monk thoughts in the words of Leandro Gyokan Saraiva”, “Turning point”, “Virus” and “Life-Death”, “The good infection”, “The rediscovery of existence” (with Alsem Grün), “Inspired awakening” (with Clóvis de Barros Filho) and “Healing time”.
Lecture theme: The Interdependence
Coen Roshi Monk will comment about the interdependent coexistence between all forms of life that manifests also in the neural process.
The brain has an interdependence relationship with all that exists, inside the organism and outside of it.