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Kenneth Setsuzan Kushner founded the Zen Dojo of Wisconsin (formerly Chozen-ji Betsuin/International Zen Dojo of Wisconsin) in 1982. Kushner Roshi received inka shomei (“mind stamp”, designation as Zen Master) from Tenshin Tanouye Rotaishi. He is the principal instructor of the Madison Dojo as well as the Head Master of the Chozen-ji School of Kyudo (“Zen Archery”). Kushner Roshi serves on the Board of Directors of the Zen Dojo of Wisconsin and of the Institute for Zen Leadership and is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin. He is the author of One Arrow, One Life: Zen, Archery and Enlightenment and co-author of Zen Kyudo. In recent years, Kushner Roshi has been concentrating on hara development and writes a blog on the subject. haradevelopment.org