Thich Nhat Hanh

The Practice of Sangha


Shuzen Sensei Dharma Talks



Mumonkan Case 32 2/11/18
Joshu- Wash Your Bowls 12/31/2017
No Mind, No Buddha-Case 33 Mumonkan 10/8/2017
The Honeymoon Is Over 8/20/2017
Diamond Treasure Sword 7/23/2017
Sin 7/16/2017
Are You Ready to Wake Up? 6/27/2017
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


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


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


Resolving Anger in the Family

Listen on voiceamerica.com



Ordinary Appreciation

Sweeping Zen 

Sensei Jules Shuzen Harris Q & A

Sweeping Zen


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.