Red Path Zen is an integration of Native American spiritual traditions and practices with Zen Buddhism, carefully respecting the integrity of each tradition. We are One with all creation: stones, trees, winged ones, four leggeds and two leggeds of all races. As a practice path within Zen Garland, we draw heavily on the spiritual principles of our Native American brothers and sisters.
The head of our practice path is Grandfather Duncan Sings-Alone, an enrolled Cherokee. For thirty years he was the medicine teacher for a large inter-tribal comunity in Maryland, and smaller communities in Massachusetts and Michigan. The group is facilitated by Sensei Monika Seiryo Brunner.