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  Posted on Aug.10.2009 @ 11:40PM EDT by chontri
Accept my words only when you have examined them for yourselves;
do not accept them simply because of the reverence you have for me.
Those who only have faith in me and affection... continue...

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1. Zen Buddhist teacher Dogen: “The Greatest Philosopher You've Never Heard Of” - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

Zen Buddhist teacher Dogen: “The Greatest Philosopher You've Never Heard Of”
Patheos (blog)
Writing for NPR today, Adam Frank introduces us to Eihei Dōgen. Dōgen was a thirteenth century Japanese Buddhist thinker and founder of Sōtō Zen. And Frank is an astrophysicist teaching at the University of Rochester. Why would a 21st century ...

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2. A Zen Master Speaks: Poems By Dick Allen - Hartford Courant

Hartford Courant

A Zen Master Speaks: Poems By Dick Allen
Hartford Courant
You may have heard him on "Prairie Home Companion" recently. He has been a Zen Buddhist as well as a student of Zen for more than 50 years, and is the author of "Zen Master Poems," forthcoming this summer. About the philosophy of the Zen Master who ...



3. Monastery celebrates 20 years of Zen on South Whidbey - South Whidbey Record (subscription)

Monastery celebrates 20 years of Zen on South Whidbey
South Whidbey Record (subscription)
The Freeland monastery operates as a Zendo, where people come to learn and practice Rinzai Zen Buddhism. The Tahoma space is one of four Rinzai Zen monasteries in the world, the others located in Japan, Germany and India. The name “Tahoma” ...



4. Who was Eihei Dogen, and what was his contribution to Zen? - Lion's Roar

Lion's Roar

Who was Eihei Dogen, and what was his contribution to Zen?
Lion's Roar
If you're interested in Zen Buddhism and philosophy, Eihei Dogen is someone to know about. Indeed, an NPR piece today introduces him as “The Greatest Philosopher You've Never Heard Of.” So: who was he? Buddhadharma Deputy Editor Koun Franz ...



5. Richard Gere's Path to Buddhism - World Religion News

World Religion News

Richard Gere's Path to Buddhism
World Religion News
He was definitely on the path to Tibetan Buddhism at this point, but first learned the tradition of Zen from Sasaki Roshi. Gere learned that Zen is not some magical, romantic adventure, but instead it is hard work. This was a very important realization ...



6. Filmmaker Rebecca Dreyfus documents the inner journey in "On Meditation" - Lion's Roar

Lion's Roar

Filmmaker Rebecca Dreyfus documents the inner journey in "On Meditation"
Lion's Roar
The film features 11 meditators, opening with the late Peter Matthiessen, a three-time National Book Award-winning American novelist, environmental activist, and student of Zen Buddhism. Dreyfus was the last person to film with Matthiessen before his ...



7. Lost Love, Tango, and Buddhism — A conversation with Camille Cusumano - KCBX

KCBX

Lost Love, Tango, and Buddhism — A conversation with Camille Cusumano
KCBX
A long-time practitioner of Zen meditation, Camille also discusses the surprising similarities between Buddhism and tango. She tells us about living in Buenos Aires, and about teaching tango on a California mountaintop and in a Nairobi slum. One of ten ...



8. Mary Reynolds says gardeners should take a walk on the wild side - The Japan Times

The Japan Times

Mary Reynolds says gardeners should take a walk on the wild side
The Japan Times
Intrigued by the way gardens in Japan are closely linked to Zen Buddhism and Shintoism, Reynolds is also fascinated by the fact that so many Japanese appear to be natural gardeners. “There's a lot garden-consciousness in this city,” she says, talking ...



9. Zen in the Christian Desert, Finding that Cloud of Not Knowing in Our Backyard - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

Zen in the Christian Desert, Finding that Cloud of Not Knowing in Our Backyard
Patheos (blog)
I just learned that one of my fellow travelers on the great way, a Zen priest is going to be ordained into the independent sacramental tradition. It is important to add, without renouncing his Buddhist vows. I am endlessly fascinated by the Buddhist ...




 



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