Topsy Turvy thinking in social settings.
Today’s Dharma Talk is dedicated to the memory of Ven Dr. Wonji Dharma of the Five Mountain Zen Order, who passed away unexpectantly in December of 2021. Will’s Dharma name, Hae An, was given to him at his first Precepts Ceremony by Ven Dr. Wonji Dharma.
The energy behind words, Compassion is before thought. In times like these, the omicron wave. Please consider making a donation to OZS. Your support is appreciated, as we are exclusively funded by the generosity of our members.
Transforming the Eight Consciousnesses into the Four Wisdoms. (https://ordinaryzensangha.org/beginnings-are-endings-endings-are-beginnings/) . Please consider making a donation to OZS. Your support is appreciated, as we are exclusively funded by the generosity of our members.
Like the Lilies of the field. 12/02/2021- Tonight’s discussion centers around the question; “Is anger ever justified?”
This week, Dharma Teacher Will Rauschenberger quotes from one of Dogen’s essays.
Sharing a poem and its meaning. (https://ordinaryzensangha.org/mountains-rivers-are-just-so/) Dharma Talk, Oct. 17, 2021.
Dharma Talk Sunday, Sept. 5, 2021. How can we be comforted by knowing there is nothing we can hold on to or grasp?
Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021 Dharma Talk this week focuses on being intimately engaged with life.
Dharma talk – Sunday, July 4, 2021. “Equanimity, and cake”