The situation in the U.S. and around the world may be more bleak than ever. But consider: as individuals we manage to carry on with the very bleakest of futures: our own certain death. Rather than dwelling on future catastrophes, practice calls for us always to be fully responsive to the present. That is the…
Roshi’s weekly podcast: “Daniel Prude and Rochester: Going Beyond Black and Blue.”
Dharma talk by John Pulleyn: Looking at ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) as presented by Russ Harris in his book, The Happiness Trap, and how it fits with Zen practice.
Roshi’s weekly podcast: “Depression Compared and Contrasted with Boredom.”
In the midst of massive suffering from the pandemic, many people, due to their circumstances, are experiencing unexpected personal contentment (and sometimes guilt as a result). How do we come to terms with this paradox–and move through in service to our bodhisattva vows?
Roshi’s weekly podcast: “Pandemic Ruin and Renaissance.”
Teisho by Roshi Philip Kaleau, played on Founder’s Day – August 16, 2020.
Roshi’s weekly podcast: “Grit, competence, and zazen.”