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by Geoffrey Shugen Arnold
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We all want to maintain control over our lives: our relationships, our work, our health, even our moods. We want to know where we're going and what's going to happen when we get there.

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by John Daido Loori Roshi
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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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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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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 John Daido Loori Roshi
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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 Geoffrey Shugen Arnold
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Pick up a newspaper or turn on the television, and you're bound to see suffering. And it's not just on the news; we struggle with great and small issues all the time, as do our families and friends.

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by John Daido Loori Roshi
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Our ordinary point of view divides the world in two. Me and you, right and wrong, success and failure....

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by Geoffrey Shugen Arnold
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It's very difficult to experience life directly. Our conditioning and ordinary way of perceiving often creates a haze that prevents accurate perception.

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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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Sooner or later, we all confront situations with no easy way out. For human beings, sickness, old age, and death, either our own or someone else's, seem like insurmountable barriers.

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