Public lectures given at San Francisco Zen Center
Being Like A Bee
Beekeeping as a temple art. The shared qualities of honeybees and bodhisattvas, hives and sangha, enjoying the taste of honey. 09/08/2021, Marcia Lieberman, dharma talk at City Center.
Small Things Matter
In this talk Eijun Roshi reflects on the path of relieving our suffering, highlighting the importance of being in relationship with everything in our life—from people to the smallest detail—and on the basic interconnection of pleasure and pain. 09/05/2021, Eijun Linda Cutts, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
Work as Practice
09/01/2021, Jisan Tova Green, dharma talk at Tassajara.
The Backward Step
An exploration of zazen as a mirror of our everyday life and our everyday mind. 09/01/2021, Hakusho Ostlund, dharma talk at City Center.
The Importance of a Generous Heart
Teachings and practices connecting our fundamental and profound practices of gratitude and generosity.
08/29/2021, Zenshin Greg Fain, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
Let Things Fall Apart
A student's reflections on a life of teachings with their teacher Sojun Mel Weitsman, and the nature of Bodhi Mind
08/28/2021, Hozan Alan Senauke, dharma talk at City Center.
I come home again and again, am reminded to touch ground, kiss earth, sit upright with the threefold Dharma realm of Suzuki Roshi: GreenTasSisco. Thank you for the Dharma.
As there are so few books on tape about Zen, I find this very helpful and enjoyable when I want to listen rather than read.
I very much appreciate this podcast.
Paul Haller is consistently good
Reb Anderson is interesting if you can take his style. My favorite zen teachers so far on podcasts are Norman Fischer on the everyday zen site (he's the best I think) Genjo Marinello on the Choboji Seattle zen site, Gil Fronsdal - a vipassana teacher who's also a zen priest. There's a few talks by Robert Aitken on the Sydney Zen site that are awesome.