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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
 
Zen ist nichts Besonderes. Zen ist Alltag. Alltag ist Zen. Im Alltag zeigt sich, was an der Zen-Praxis dran ist. Es geht nicht darum, cool zu sein. Es geht nicht darum, in einer Robe auf einem Kissen zu sitzen und wie ein Samurai auszusehen. Es geht um etwas ganz anderes. Es geht um etwas ganz einfaches. Es geht um dich und mich. Jetzt, hier, in diesem Leben.
 
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 ...
 
There's a handsome young man about town in London, whose unusual good looks hint about a scandalous ancestry. On a visit to a tiny East European principality, he decides to take a walk through a dense forest. He falls asleep under a tree and is discovered by the king and his entourage who are out hunting. Both are stunned by their startling resemblance to each other. The king who is days away from his grand coronation invites the Englishman back to his castle and here the visitor becomes emb ...
 
Hey! My name is Josh and years ago I struggled with my weight, my depression and my overall health in general. This affected every other area of my life. While serving in the US Navy I ended up developing some bad habits that led to a really crappy quality of life! I ate like crap, drank lots of alcohol, never exercised and my mindset was always focusing on the negative. I ended up weighing around 260 lbs and was miserable to say the least. The month I got out of the US Navy in 2013, I woke ...
 
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In this Teisho, given on March 31, Day 5 of the Spring 2021 Cloud Retreat, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 29: Daizui's "It Will be Gone." What is it when all is let go and there is no trace of clinging or conceptualization? Shakyamuni had one teaching, that of absolute freedom.…
 
In his talk Ryotan Roshi explains that it’s not hard to find the True Teacher — just open your mind and heart, right now. Recorded At our monthly Zazenkai retreat, Saturday April 10th. Podcast audio here: The post Talk by Ryotan Roshi “Finding the True Teacher” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In her talk, Soshin Hoshi explores the many qualities of the Bodhisattva of Spring. Recorded April 8th, 2021 podcast audio: The post Talk by Soshin Hoshi “The Bamboo and the Plum Blossom” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
Musho kicks off our new Tuesday Night Senior Student Talks with “To Study the Shelf,” a virtual tour of the many Buddhas that live on the top of a bookcase in Musho’s room. You will meet C3P0 Buddha, Eagle Kachina Buddha, Daitsu Chisho, Master Zhongyi, Infinite Nothing Buddha, Gumby Buddha and many others! As it says in the Blue Cliff Record, “If y…
 
In his Dharma talk JoAn Hoshi wishes us a Happy April Fools Day and reminds us of the fool’s role in helping us to see our own humanity and that of others. He shares examples of how humor can free us from fixed ideas that keep us from experiencing our awakened nature. Recorded Thursday April 1st, 2021. Podcast audio version here: The post Talk by J…
 
In her talk, Senior Student Eko demonstrates permutations of assertion and denial, and the many opportunities to create awareness of acting in service of the individual and in service of the community. Recorded Sunday March 28th, 2021 Podcast audio: The post Talk by Eko “Mazu’s Permutations of Assertion and Denial” first appeared on The Village Zen…
 
In his talk, “Being Satisfied Yet Saving All Beings”, Ryotan Roshi explores how great peace is the work of the world. Recorded Thursday March 25, 2021. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Ryotan Roshi “Being Satisfied Yet Saving All Beings” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this talk, Senior Student Kenko points to, explores, and engages in the practice of this moment. Joko Beck’s four practice commitments offer a framework for seeing how we get caught in separating (and suffering), how we hold tight onto “me,” “myself,” and “mine” (and how we can experience that holding in the body). Each moment, life as it is: pa…
 
In this Teisho, given on February 28, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines "The Blue Cliff Record, Case 23: Hofuku Point to Mount Myohocho." The root of our discipline is to open to a mind of wonder. When we conceptualize, this mind closes. "Alas!"Rinzan Pechovnik
 
In his talk, Senior Student Seizan discusses his experience of not knowing and how he listens to the Time Being. Recorded March 18th, 2021 Podcast audio here: The post Talk by Seizan “Joshu and the Time Being” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Talks
 
In her Dharma talk Enkyo Roshi offers reflection on the quality of flow in Dogen’s Uji and how spring reminds us of this. Podcast audio version: The post Talk by Enkyo Roshi “Now is the Time” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this Teisho, given on February 7, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines "The Hidden Lamp: The Woman Lets It Be." The mantra "Let it be" could be the whole of one's life practice. What happens when we truly and deeply just "let it be?" Is there anything left out? Does it absolve us from responsibility to act?…
 
In this talk, student teacher Bokushu brings up the Heart Sutra and the Diamond Sutra to see his own blindness and to taste his own lack of trust. Recorder Thursday March 4th, 2021 Podcast version here: The post Talk by Bokushu Hoshi “A Nonexistent Talk” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
February 28, 2021 Fugan Hoshi explores listening as a vehicle for studying Uji and ourselves. For audio only, please click below or use your podcast app. The post Talk by Fugan Hoshi “Listening to the Time Being” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this talk, Enkyo Roshi brings up Dogen’s two fascicles, “Uji” and “Refrain from Unwholesome Action” to offer us vital reflection for these days, here, now. The post Talk by Enkyo Roshi “Time and Atonement” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this talk, Ryoshin examines the meaning of Dogen’s Uji in his own life, and how it has expanded his understanding of time as another dimension of Indra’s net, through which we are all connected The post Talk by Charles Ryoshin Kalmanek “Being Time” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Talks
 
In his Dharma talk, student teacher Tokuyu explores how Dogen’s “The Time Being” can help us find ways to be more intimate with our lives. Recorded Thursday February 18th, 2021. Audio podcast version: The post Talk by Tokuyu Hoshi “Everything is Everything” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this Teisho, given on January 31, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines "The Blue Cliff Record, Case 19: Gutei's One Finger Zen. The ancient masters intimated at what lies beyond our conception yet is always immediately at hand. How did Gutei express all of this with his one finger? Can you see it not only in his finger but in every day's ordinar…
 
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