Dharma Talk and discussion from Sunday 6/14/2020. How do we meet the unexpected? Time is a construct, where is time in this very moment? What is this? Why don’t we see the reality of a situation?
Dharma talk this week is centered on the wave of anger gripping the nation. What is the root cause? Identification with I, me, mine.
If you raise one principle, you raise all principles. If you see one thing, you see all things. If you see one mind, you see all minds. If you see one way, you see all ways. There is nowhere that is not the Way. If you see one mote of dust, you see the mountains, streams, and lands of all the worlds in the ten directions. If you see one drop of water, you see all the moisture of all […]
Zoom Meditation Session Dharma talk for Sunday 4/26/20
This week’s Dharma talk centers on how being bound by circumstances originates from the mind’s own bondage.
This week’s Zoom Practice Session includes a Dharma talk and Sangha member’s comments.
Two Zoom Sessions this Sunday starting at 9:00 am… Sunday, April 5, 2020 – Online Practice Session at OZS and Dharma Talk at Won Kwang Sa Temple Dear Sangha, OZS is inviting you to two scheduled Zoom meetings this Sunday, April 5, 2020. We are changing the start time for this Sunday to 9:00 AM and adding a second Dharma talk with Chong An Sunim at 10:00 AM from Won Kwang Sa Temple in Budapest, Hungary. We had a wonderful […]
Chong An Sunim joins us as a guest speaker from Won Kwang Sa Temple in Budapest. We talk about how the pandemic is affecting us. We explore, that the whole world is learning what it’s like to be on retreat…
Will Rauschenberger is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: OZS – Practice Session Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada). Every week on Sunday, unless otherwise noted. Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/vpcldO-rrjgpzXNN4ppPa9dU_BMlg70eFw After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Note: When you join the Zoom Practice Session, please keep your audio muted until the Dharma talk is finished and you are invited to share your thoughts and questions.