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Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby Eunsahn108 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 2:53 am

Eunsahn Citta is a priest in the Five Mountain Zen Order and Abbott of One Mind Zen in Northampton, Mass.
http://onemindzen.org
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby TTT on Sat Aug 05, 2017 11:40 am

hello.
I listen to the teaching.
And dont know that to say about it at the moment.

You are in the sheng sha´s Sangha, right?

Thanks for presenting this and thanks for the teching.

/TTT
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby bokki on Sat Aug 05, 2017 11:49 am

this has crossed my mind a dozen times
Sir, Eunsahn108, y dont u post some words
im not going 2 listen 2 a podcast just 2 hear another slow teisho
how come u wont engage with us
y dont u express ur view
im sure will wait 4 it
Eunsahn108 just download ur words, plz
im sure will wait 4 it
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby fukasetsu on Sat Aug 05, 2017 12:02 pm

Sometimes we are "one-mind" Bokki :lol2:

I experienced the same arisings as you do,
I think Eunsahn uses this forum to "raise awareness" for his own blog/site/school etc

I don't consider it spamming, a bit of advertisement yes but that's fine for me. But it is then pretty useless to respond here since he keeps silent anyway, since he's a priest it would be nice if he engaged in conversation here, but alas.

Then again I cannot (always) foretell "tha future"

Thanks for the mind "share" ;)
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby Eunsahn108 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:43 pm

Hi all--
I post the talks and blogs not so much as promotion, but as a way to help spread the Dharma. The blogs are virtually transcriptions, if you'd rather read than listen.
Are we a little too focused on the medium rather than the message?
Deep bows,
Eunsahn
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby fukasetsu on Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:47 pm

Thank you Venerable for spreading the Dharma and apologies in case my thoughts were disrespectful. :)
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby TTT on Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:57 pm

When i listen to your Dharma Talk on soundcloud. I thought of it, the talk and it was quite profound.

Soo,
what is it to be human?

this is what i thought.

Thanks.
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby Eunsahn108 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 6:21 pm

TTT wrote:When i listen to your Dharma Talk on soundcloud. I thought of it, the talk and it was quite profound.

Soo,
what is it to be human?

this is what i thought.

Thanks.


To be human--to help all beings. Other than that, don't know.
_/|\_
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby TTT on Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:29 pm

Eunsahn108 wrote:
TTT wrote:When i listen to your Dharma Talk on soundcloud. I thought of it, the talk and it was quite profound.

Soo,
what is it to be human?

this is what i thought.

Thanks.


To be human--to help all beings. Other than that, don't know.
_/|\_


Its not easy!

Sometimes we do the right thing.
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby Eunsahn108 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 11:33 pm

As ZM Seung Sahn would say, "Try, try, try for 10,000 years, become enlisted ghtened, and save all beings."
Since "all" beings is a rather large number, we get plenty of opportunities to try.
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby TTT on Sun Aug 06, 2017 4:13 am

Eunsahn108 wrote:As ZM Seung Sahn would say, "Try, try, try for 10,000 years, become enlisted ghtened, and save all beings."
Since "all" beings is a rather large number, we get plenty of opportunities to try.
:O:


Yes.

Good saying.

You have to be emotional about this allso to be a full person?
There is a space in all of us thet can be, an often is, warmth, in the heart.

:Namaste:
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Re: Barnacles-Dharma Talk-One Mind Zen

Postby desert_woodworker on Sun Aug 06, 2017 6:04 am

Better to hear words of members than to hear words members want us to hear.

We can't engage in dialog with recorded words. We can engage with members (if in fact they have something to say which comes from themselves).

Understood!, if you have nothing to say. No shame.

But, then, no need (not) to say it, by posting sumpthin' else.

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