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Guy Gaudry, Roshi

Guy Gaudry, Roshi

After successfully training in Zen in a classical manner for 20 years I went on to study koans in a more expansive and integrative way, after which I received Dharma Transmission* from John Tarrant Roshi (in the line of Robert Aitken Roshi). I now teach Zen in this manner and am continuing to evolve the koan tradition by emphasizing personal growth and environmental responsibility.

I have a MBA from the Ivey Business School at Western University and have been a successful entrepreneur in the technology sector. I now direct the London Zen Centre and teach leadership development to professionals and business leaders.

Handcrafted Zen Podcast, informal talks given at the London Zen Centre.

*In Rinzai-Zen, Inka Shōmei (Dharma Transmission) is ideally "the formal recognition of Zen's deepest realization", but practically it is being used for the transmission of the "true lineage" of the masters of the training halls. ~ source Wikipedia

ps: that's Leo and Delly with me in the photograph, Zen at it's finest.

 

Mike Lobb

Mike Lobb

Mike has been practicing meditation for a number of years and became a student of the London Zen Centre in 2015. Mike teaches Zen meditation and also leads an introductory meditation group for those in recovery from addiction of any variety. The group explores the connection between a healthy recovery, meditation practice, and living life on life’s terms.

Mike is a native of London where he lives with his wife and children. He attended the University of Western Ontario and is a software system architect in the financial services sector. He is passionate about the outdoors and loves getting out into the wilderness whenever he can.

Guy Gaudry, Roshi

After successfully training in Zen in a classical manner for 20 years I went on to study koans in a more expansive and integrative way, after which I received Dharma Transmission* from John Tarrant Roshi (in the line of Robert Aitken Roshi). I now teach Zen in this manner and am continuing to evolve the koan tradition by emphasizing personal growth and environmental responsibility.

I have a MBA from the Ivey Business School at Western University and have been a successful entrepreneur in the technology sector. I now direct the London Zen Centre and teach leadership development to professionals and business leaders.

Handcrafted Zen Podcast, informal talks given at the London Zen Centre.

*In Rinzai-Zen, Inka Shōmei (Dharma Transmission) is ideally "the formal recognition of Zen's deepest realization", but practically it is being used for the transmission of the "true lineage" of the masters of the training halls. ~ source Wikipedia

ps: that's Leo and Delly with me in the photograph, Zen at it's finest.

 

Mike Lobb

Mike has been practicing meditation for a number of years and became a student of the London Zen Centre in 2015. Mike teaches Zen meditation and also leads an introductory meditation group for those in recovery from addiction of any variety. The group explores the connection between a healthy recovery, meditation practice, and living life on life’s terms.

Mike is a native of London where he lives with his wife and children. He attended the University of Western Ontario and is a software system architect in the financial services sector. He is passionate about the outdoors and loves getting out into the wilderness whenever he can.

Guy Gaudry, Roshi
Mike Lobb