Zend открытые
[search 0]
Больше

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Rinzan Pechovnik is the head priest and primary teacher at No-Rank Zendo, a Rinzai Zen Buddhist Community in Portland, Oregon. His Dharma talks explore various aspects of Rinzai Zen Buddhist practice, spirituality and religion. He emphasizes practice as a means to develop and cultivate a tender open-heartedness that allows a deep engagement with a troubled world. http://www.norankzendo.org
 
Ordinary Mind Zendo's podcast will play Dharma talks from Zen teacher and psychoanalyst Barry Magid. Barry Magid is a Dharma heir of Charlotte Joko Beck. These talks address a psychologically minded Zen practice adapted to the needs of American students practicing in the context of their everyday lives. Though much of the material here is specific to Zen practice, non Zen folk will find it interesting as well, as it addresses issues of our shared humanity. New episodes will generally be uplo ...
 
T
Tales of Zendaria

1
Tales of Zendaria

Alexander Worth

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Ежемесячно
 
Tales of Zendaria is a Young Adult fantasy-fiction audiobook, which chronicles the adventures of reluctant Princess April and her canine companion Willow through the ancient Kingdom of Zendaria. Magic, mystery and mirth await! Written and narrated by Alexander Worth.
 
Loading …
show series
 
In Autumn Sesshin's Day Three Teisho, given on Oct. 4th, 2021, Rinzan Osho examines The Hekiganroku, Case 61, "Fuketsu's One Particle of Dust." The practice of Zen is the practice of bursting through barriers. The path to realization is difficult. Our own mind can often confound us. What is it to "die" on the cushion, and then to truly come alive?…
 
In Autumn Sesshin's Day Two Teisho, given on Oct. 3rd, 2021, Rinzan Osho examines The Hekiganroku, Case 60, "Ummon's Staff Becoming a Dragon." Our practice invites us to become intimate with all things. Our concept of "intimacy" might invoke certain notions about what this might feel like, but true intimacy allows even this to be swallowed up. When…
 
In his Dharma talk, “The Empty Bowl,” Ryotan Roshi explains how an empty bowl is the source of nourishment for ourselves and the whole world. The post Talk by Ryotan Roshi “The Empty Bowl” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
Today's Talk will reflect on passages from the Vimalakirti Sutra. One of the most popular Asian classics for roughly two thousand years, the Vimalakirti Sutra stands out because unlike most sutras, its central figure is not a Buddha but a wealthy townsman, who, in his mastery of doctrine and practice, epitomizes the ideal lay practitioner. Further …
 
In Autumn Sesshin's Day One Teisho, given on Oct. 2nd, 2021, Rinzan Osho examines The Hekiganroku, Cases 57-59, all of which examine Sosan's Verses of Faith Mind. "The Great Way is not difficult, it only abhors choice and attachment." Choice and attachment are natural, inevitable and necessary aspects of living in the world, and yet when we are cau…
 
In Autumn Sesshin's opening Teisho, given on Oct. 1st, 2021, Rinzan Osho examines The Mumonkan, Case 1: "Joshu's No." Traditionally maintained as the Sino-Japanese "Mu" (Chinese "Wu"), Rinzan invites us to work with "No" to wipe away conceptualizations, clinging, preoccupations ... all with a wondering mind. "If not this, then what?"…
 
In his Dharma talk, “Unpack Your Back-Pack,” student teacher Jo An encourages us to follow the rhythm of autumn and turn inward. To slow down and enjoy the changing leaves as they reveal their true nature. He asks us to look at what may be clouding our own colors from coming forth. Recorded Sunday, October 10th 2021. Podcast audio version The post …
 
In this talk student teacher Soshin explores the dharma teachings revealed by a sculpture installation. Recorded October 7, 2021 Podcast audio: The post Talk by Soshin Hoshi “Big. Red. Frame.” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In her Dharma talk, “A Culture of Compassion,” senior student Seicho explores “Yunyan’s Great Compassion” as Zen practice in a context of multi-stream spirituality, which activates Beloved Community as a culture of compassion right here and now. This reveals our capacity to transform harmful patternings with kindfulness, joy, and equanimity. The po…
 
In this Teisho, given on Sept. 12th, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 55: Dogo's "I Would Not Tell You." In Zen (as in any true spiritual tradition), we are asked to see into the Great Matter of life and death for ourselves directly. Answers from those who have gone before will not satisfy our spiritual hunger. How i…
 
In this talk, Fusho examines how our everyday practice empowers us in sickness and death, and every other state of being The post Talk by Fusho “Taking Care of the One Who Isn’t Sick” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Talks
 
In this talk, Fugan asks how Master Zuigan’s calling out and responding can help us be attentive to, and fully attend, our own lives. The post Talk by Fugan Hoshi: “Attending our Lives” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this Teisho, given on Sept. 11th, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 54: "Ummon Stretches Out His Hands." The path of Zen is the path of intimacy. What is it to be intimate with all things, beyond conception of what is and is not intimacy?Rinzan Pechovnik
 
In his talk, Kenko shares experiences with “Condo Board Practice,” explores the teachings of Master Hogen and the two monks rolling up the blinds, and considers the large boulders we sometimes carry around in our minds. Podcast Audio Version The post Talk by Kenko “Condo Board Practice” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
In this Teisho, given on September 5th, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Hidden Lamp: "Jiaoan's Sand in the Eye." All spiritual religious practice asks that we invest ourselves deeply into something larger than ourselves. In Zen training, we utilize the traditional forms to help shift the small-thinking mind out of the way to open to a grea…
 
In his dharma talk “One Life, One Matter,” Bokushu Hoshi offers the example of a child at play and an alcoholic to make the point that sincere engagement and wholehearted attention are the keys to life. The post Talk by Bokushu Hoshi “One Life, One Matter” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In his Dharma talk, “What is the Business Beneath the Patched Robe?” Mukei examines how the 6th and 42nd Zen Patriarchs can help us to live into our True Self. The post Talk by Mukei “What is the Business Beneath the Patched Robe?” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Talks
 
Exploring case 43 of the Book of Serenity, Soten explores experiences of impermanence of material existence and how deepening Zen practice can reveal them. Can a leopard change its spots? You bet! Find out how! The post Talk by Soten “Arising and Vanishing”: The Way (of the World) first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
In his Dharma talk Kojin explores how Sangha can be a powerful instrument for realizing interdependence. Then, as we understand ourselves as interconnected, the Sangha—and our relationship to the entire world—can become a practice for interdependence in action. Recorded September 2nd, 2021. Podcast audio version: The post Talk by Kojin “Interdepend…
 
Enkyo Roshi cites Dogen’s Uji and the 100th case in the Book of Serenity, offering two teachings on the relationship of our zazen and our activity in the world. Recorded August 29th 2021. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Enkyo Roshi “Mind and Activity” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
Kansho acknowledges that sometimes Zazen can feel difficult or uncomfortable. That puts you in good company — our Buddha Ancestors, and the Sangha that you support, and who supports you. The post Talk by Kansho “Beginning Right Now” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Talks
 
In this Teisho, given on August 1st, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Hidden Lamp: Jiyu Kennett's "Not Bigger, Not Smaller." This teisho was given just as the impact of the COVID-19 Delta variant was becoming well known. In the face of this as well as other hardships, how do we think of "enlightenment?" Do we think it is something we can at…
 
In this talk, Ryo Roshi explains how Dogen reveals the Way of practice/enlightenment in our sitting and in our work The post Talk by Ryotan Roshi “Nothing in the World is Hidden” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this talk, Myoko talks about the value of stepping back and reflecting upon our own mishigas with the eyes of zazen, and the healing that is always available in the midst our everyday activity. The post Talk by Myoko Sensei “Just This Cup” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In his talk, Shinryu Roshi examines five temples: the physical zendo, online practice, our daily surroundings, our body-mind and the wider world as spaces of awakening, drawing on Dogen’s Instructions to a Cook. The post Talk by Shinryu Roshi “The Five Temples” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In her talk, Yugetsu brings up the koan “Sen-jo and Her Soul Are Separated.” She highlights that Sen-jo’s story of separation and longing provides fertile ground to deepen our awareness of who we are in the intimate morass and miracle of our lives. Recorded Thursday July 5th, 2021. Podcast Audio Version: The post Talk by Yugetsu “Dog Days of Sen-jo…
 
In this Teisho, given on July 25th, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 50: Ummon's "Particle after Particle's Samdhi." We utilize Zen training to develop our ability to be intimate and present with all that is. From a position such as this, what is it and how do we greet this moment now ... now ... now ...…
 
Loading …

Краткое руководство

Google login Twitter login Classic login