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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.
 
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 ...
 
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In his talk Student Teacher Fugan examines how the first of the six Paramitas, generosity, functions in our Zazen and in our daily lives. Recorded Sunday July 25th, 2021. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Fugan Hoshi “Generosity Flows in All Directions” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this talk, Ryotan Roshi speaks of engaging in practice/realization beyond the reach of the discriminating mind The post Talk by Ryotan, Roshi “The Fundamental Constant Principle” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In his Dharma talk Jo An Hoshi encourages us to appreciate the sometimes difficult ingredients life offers us; to close the gap between ourselves and our activity, becoming intimate with our lives as they unfold. Recorded July 16th 2021. podcast audio: The post Talk by JoAn Hoshi “Working with Your Box Ingredients” first appeared on The Village Zen…
 
In this Teisho, given on July 10th, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 47: Ummon's "Beyond the Six." What is the true nature of reality? How do we find our place in the mystery of being? Though frames of reference can be helpful, the truth is ultimately ... beyond, beyond, beyond ...…
 
Kojin talks on case 40 of the Blue Cliff Record, “Nansen’s It’s Like a Dream.” In this koan, Nansen points to the flower and says, “People these days see this flower as if in a dream.” Kojin gently encourages us to explore what this dream is, and asks us, once we’ve noticed this dream, what need is there to even wake up? The post Talk by Kojin “Thi…
 
In her dharma talk, Seicho explores relationship as the “truest truth,” which frees us when our perceived truths differ. From Bodhidharma and Emperor Wu (Case 2, Book of Serenity) to Somatic Abolition, she reflects on meeting in truth as a dharma gate for healing trauma and conflict. The post Talk by Seicho: “Meeting in Truth” first appeared on The…
 
In his Dharma talk senior student Kenko shares three brief vignettes from his life, as encouragement for connecting with our ordinary, concrete, simple, and direct experience of this moment. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Kenko “Because it is so very clear, it’s hard to see” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
In this Teisho, given on June 12, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 40: Nansen's "This Flower." After the pandemic compelled practice and relationships to rely on video conferencing, in this first in person Teisho in over a year, Rinzan examines what it is to be most intimate, to live as in a dream and to wake up to t…
 
In his talk, “What Is Your Body?” Zoketsu Norman Fischer delves deeply into the essential mystery of the body — of our body — and its relationship with Zen practice in all its many forms. He brings up excerpts from three of his books to more fully illuminate the conversation, namely his two most recent books of poetry — “Nature” and “There Was a Cl…
 
In this talk, Seizan explores the elements of his altar to illustrate transformation in action. He brings up Blue Cliff Record case 96, “Chao Chou’s Three Turning Words,” pointing to how the energy of our practice propels us through and enriches our lives. The post Talk by Seizan “Impermanence” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
Zen, like many other religions, can be preoccupied with its past and when thinking about its future simply imagine more of the same. But a number of new developments have and are taking place. Rather than a monastic model of practice, meditation centers led by lay teachers like our own, are more and more prevalent in America. And as an even newer d…
 
June 20, 2021 When we’ve crashed into ourselves, what remains? When the facade crumbles, who’s there? When we learn to relate to what we cannot tolerate, it’s nothing to write home about. The post Talk by Bokushu Hoshi “Zen Demolition Derby” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In his Dharma talk Shinryu Roshi explores the importance of impermanence to our practice through the ancient Zen story of the Seven Wise Women in the charnel grounds. Recorded June 17, 2021. podcast audio: The post Talk by Shinryu Roshi “Witnessing Life and Death” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
We have a dichotomy of health versus illness as if we were clearly one or the other. We can create an image of health that we aspire to and pursue by all sort of preventative care, diet, and so on. But the danger of a certain kind of aspiration of health is that you're always on the defensive. Your project will ultimately fail. A big part of practi…
 
"Think nonthinking" is a phrase by Dogen that people stumble over and find confusing. People in Dogen's time, and even now, misunderstand it to mean "don't think." A better translation of "Non Thinking" is "just think." Like, "just sit," this is not a simple phrase. Our thinking is not something contaminating our mind, something we're trying to get…
 
June 13, 2021 Senior Student Kenko explores the ingredients for intimate, connected practice in community — encouraging all of us to show up for our own questions — daring to bring them out into the light — be it in our own minds, on Zoom, in private interview, in a personal blog, or with a good friend. The post Dharma Talk by Kenko “Body Exposed i…
 
In his Dharma talk from our Saturday Zazenkai retreat, Ryotan Roshi reminds us that we can live our lives fully in the joy and pain of the boundless Dharma. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Ryotan Roshi “In the Temple of Manjushri and Joshu” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
In this Teisho, given on May 23, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines The Blue Cliff Record, Case 38: "Fuketsu and the Dharma Seal of the Patriarch." What is it to hold fast? What is it to let go? When all directions are barred, what direction does one go? The life without barriers moves beyond vexations to true freedom.…
 
In his dharma talk Student Teacher Fugan explores intersections between action and steadfastness in our Zen practice. Recorded June 3rd, 2021. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Fugan Hoshi “Steadfast Sitting (On a Beach)” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
We all start off thinking we know who we are, where we are, where we're trying to get to, what we think we have to do to get there. We have a pretty clear picture of the way our life is suffering. We have a pretty clear picture of the state we want to replace it with. And we have a picture of what we need to do to get from here to there. The master…
 
May 30, 2021 Senior Student Jiryu discusses how a math puzzle called the Game of Life yields beautiful patterns, and is a good way to understand the Buddha’s teaching of anatman. We recommend the video version of this talk: Audio only here: The post Talk by Jiryu “The Spirit of Form” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
In her Dharma talk, student teacher Soshin Dufour examines the precept of Non-Lying, one of the sixteen Bodhisattva precepts. Podcast audio The post Talk by Soshin Hoshi “What Does Moss Say?” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Teacher Talks
 
Senior student Eko uses the koan of Chin Nui’s Rice Pail – and a bell – to point toward the many opportunities we have for presence in our everyday lives. Recorded May 25th, 2021 Podcast Audio The post Talk by Eko “Moments of Presence” first appeared on The Village Zendo.Village Zendo Talks
 
May 23, 2021 In his talk, Senior Student Kojin presents case 20 of the Blue Cliff Record, “Ryuge’s Meaning of the Coming from the West,” in which he explores how the alleviation of our suffering is not to fix it or push it away. Rather, he encourages us to open ourselves more intimately to the suffering around us, which can become a gateway for tra…
 
In this Teisho, given on May 9, 2021, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines a case from The Hidden Lamp: Stories from 25 Centuries of Awakened Women "The Flower Hall on Buddha's Birthday." What is it to be born and to die? What is it to live a life of no-birth and no-death? All we have is this eternal moment. So how do we respond to its call to be cared f…
 
In his Dharma talk, “The Spirit of Form,” Tokuyu Hoshi discusses how the practice of liturgy can help us know who we are more intimately. By noticing our reactions and habits around form, liturgy can serve as an opportunity to see how we operate within ourselves, and with the greater community. The post Talk by Tokuyu Hoshi “The Spirit of Form” fir…
 
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