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by John Daido Loori Roshi
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Zen Buddhism emphasizes meditation as the means to study ourselves and understand who we truly are....

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by Geoffrey Shugen Arnold
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Zen Buddhism emphasizes meditation as the means to study ourselves and understand who we truly are....

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by John Daido Loori Roshi
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Many of us yearn for a deeper spiritual connection, but few of us know how to manifest spirituality in our daily lives. We buy into conditioning from the media and our schools, and as a result we experience life as limited and painful.

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by Geoffrey Shugen Arnold
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The 21st century is a critical time for our environment. Global warming, pollution, deforestation: the problems are large, and it's easy to feel helpless.

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People think of Zen as a humorless religion, but like Christianity, Judaism, and other faiths, Zen has a long tradition of clowns and pranksters.

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The Heart Sutra is one of the most important teachings in all Buddhist schools, including Zen. In this challenging talk, Roshi discusses The Heart Sutra and explains the Buddhist concept of emptiness.

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by John Daido Loori Roshi
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Every day we are faced with moral decisions, and it's often difficult to know how to act. If there's a snake in our garden, do we kill it? If our co-worker is stealing from the company, is it our obligation to speak up?

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Shakyamuni Gautama was an historical figure who lived in India from approximately 563 to 483 B.C. After his death, Buddhism spread over Asia, and almost 2,500 years later Buddhism has come to the West, where it is more relevant than ever.

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by Geoffrey Shugen Arnold
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One of the main reasons people embark on the spiritual path is to identify what's causing their pain. Oddly enough, when we try to find our pain we often can't put our finger on it, and this is because our pain comes from an idea.

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When we think of spiritual powers, we usually imagine walking on water or performing some kind of miracle....

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