Public lectures given at San Francisco Zen Center
What A Wonderful World
Reflecting on what it is that blocks our view from seeing this world and each other through the eyes of an awakened being.
11/22/2020, Furyu Nancy Schroeder, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
Bodhisattvas: First Responders
Training in the world. Are you willing to be an ordinary person bringing forth our best?
11/21/2020, Mushim Patricia Ikeda, dharma talk at City Center.
The Living Being Feeling
The practice of being of the world and not being caught by it.
11/18/2020, Rinso Ed Sattizahn, dharma talk at City Center.
Buddha's Non-Violence Befriends and Converts Violence
Buddhist stories of non-violence.
11/15/2020, Tenshin Reb Anderson, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
Love and Power
Zen practices for practicing with the shadow side of intimacy. Maitreya's posture that supports future awakening while safely holding challenges and celebrations of the present moment.
11/14/2020, Shosan Victoria Austin, dharma talk at City Center.
A Special Dharma Talk from Hoitsu Suzuki Roshi
In his first ever Zoom talk, Hoitsu Suzuki Roshi speaks on zazen, Sandokai, and his father Shunryu Suzuki Roshi; Yuki Kobiyama translates.
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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.