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On a Wednesday evening my father and I went to the Buddhist Zen Center at the Dharma Rain Zen Center to visit a buddah worship service My father and I arrived about an hour before the worship started to have a walk around of the place and how things are done during the worshipWhen everyone waked into the building there was a spot for everyone to place our things such as purses and jackets As well as our shoes that we were asked to take off Then as a group we all walked up stairs to where the worshiping takes place There were small square pillows on the floor in a very organized way Three rows of eight pillows were layed on the floor near the windows on each lengthwise walls A walk way was dividing the two groups of pillows In the front of the room were three statchues on a plate form that had three stairs While we were all up stairs there was a very nice lady there that explained what is done during a worship service and why some of the things are done She even was open to answer any questions that anyone had It was also explained and showed how it was to sit on the pillows during the worship and why it was important She made it clear that there were no rules no right or wrong way to sit but how it was shown to us was an example or suggestion This was done until the worship time was upon When the worship started there were small booklets handed out to everyone with readings and chants to recite outloud as a unit As this was happening everyone was seated facing inwards towards each other After the reciting was finished everyone sat faced outwards towards the windows This is when the mediation period startedThe dong was struck with making the bong noise a few times in a row
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