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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 Abbot of Daikozen-ji 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