Podcasts of the Dharma Talks at the Ordinary Zen Sangha Practice sessions in Sarasota, Florida. Abbot Will Rauschenberger’s Dharma talks from our Wednesday evening and Sunday morning practice sessions will be available for download or listen to on line. https://ordinaryzensangha.org/series/note-to-self-podcasts/
This weeks Podcast is about the three pillars of Zen and our Buddha Nature.
This Sunday’s Dharma Talk at OZS – 10/27/19
Sunday Dharma talk and discussion 10/20/2019. Topic: The six perfections and our vexations.
This weeks Dharma talk/Discussion centers around politics, duality and practice. This Podcast includes a sample reading from the Audible Book: ” Sky Above, Great Wind: The Life of Zen Master Ryokan” – By Kazuaki Tanahashi
This morning Will talks about One Way Samadhi.
This is our first podcast. Abbot Will Rauschenberger refers to the poem Trusting In Mind – Hsin Hsin Ming, the classic poem by the Third Patriarch of Zen, Seng T’san in his Dharma Talk.
This excellent PODCAST will be our dharma Talk subject for the Wednesday 10/2/19 practice session. Using the example of Yunmen guiding a student in this koan, Shugen Roshi encourages us to take heed and use our time on this earth to good use, being of true benefit to both self and other. Please listen carefully with full attention. True Dharma Eye. Yunmen Composes a Verse
Our Sunday evening practice is changing to Sunday morning practice! Starting October 6, 2019. At the close of our last retreat, it was the consensus of the sangha members present that it would be easier for most to have our Sunday practice be in the morning instead of the evening. So starting on Oct 6, 2019 we will be meeting at 10:00 am for our meditation practice. Sunday Morning Practice Session: The doors open at 9:30 am and the practice session […]
We had a wonderful retreat last weekend with Chong An Sunim. On Sunday Abbot Will Rauschenberger was recognized as Dharma Teacher in a special precepts ceremony by Chong An Sunim. Will’s Dharma name Hae An (해안), which means ocean-wisdom eye was given to him at his first precepts ceremony in October 2013 by Zen Master Wonji Dharma of the Five Mountain Zen Order and will remain his Dharma name.