Teachings

Thich Nhat Hanh

The Practice of Sangha

 

Shuzen Sensei Dharma Talks

2017

Dodging Oneness 6/18/2017

Isan-No Footprints in the Blue Sky 4/16/17
Are You Open or Are You Full? 3/12/17
Practice Is Not a Spectator Sport 1/29/17

2016

Practicing This Very Moment 12/31/16
What Is Transmission 11/27/16
Give Me Some Truth 10/9/2016
Realizing Your Buddha Nature 8/28/2016
The Two Faces of Doubt 7/31/2016
Summer Sesshin Talk 6/28/2016
Rinzai’s True Person of No Rank 5/29/2016
Is the Grass Really Greener 3/27/2016
The Moon in the Dewdrop 2/16/2016

2015

Samadhi 12/27/2015 & Cause and Effect-Pai Chaing and the Fox  12/31/2015
Up the Tree – Under the Tree  11/29/2015
The Blue Cliff Record Case 18 – Emperor Shukugo Asks About the Style of the Pagoda  10/11/2015
Shinzan Questions the Nature of Life  9/13/2015
The Metaphor Of The Self Prison In The Buddha’s Story  8/9/2015
What is Practice  6/30/2015
Basos Heart Sutra  4/12/2015
True Reality  3/22/2015
Why Has the Barbarian No Beard  3/8/2015
Echu’s Three Calls  1/25/2015
Joshu’s Mu  12/27/2014  &  Inertia of Habit  12/31/2014
Mu  2/9/2014

 

Everything is right here, right now…

 

Articles & Interviews

Should I Try to Stop Thinking

Lion’s Roar

The False Comfort of the Familiar

Lion’s Roar
Melvin McLeod, Editor-in-Chief, responds

How to Practice Zazen

Lion’s Roar

Uprooting the Seeds of Anger

Tricycle

Resolving Anger in the Family

Listen on voiceamerica.com

Gratitude

Tricycle

Ordinary Appreciation

Sweeping Zen 

Sensei Jules Shuzen Harris Q & A

Sweeping Zen

Books

Tricycle Teachings: Working with Emotions

Uprooting the Seeds of Anger is included in Tricycle’s Wisdom Collection as a new e-book Tricycle Teachings: Working with Emotions

The Best Buddhist Writing 2013

Uprooting the Seeds of Anger, originally published in Tricycle

The Book of Mu

Read about “Mu” from a historical perspective by founding teachers in the West and modern commentaries including Sensei Jules Shuzen Harris and students of Soji Zen Center.