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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Gregory Wonderwheel on Fri Jan 27, 2012 2:59 pm

Nok_cha wrote:I would just like to thank you for posting these links. Being without a teacher or sangha, I find these talks to be of great value.

Then of course, that means you are not actually without a teacher or sangha.

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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby elalujah on Sat Apr 14, 2012 7:25 pm

The Peaceful Sea Sangha

Dharma talks by Edward Espe Brown

http://www.peacefulseasangha.com/audio/audio.htm

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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Carol on Sun Apr 29, 2012 10:07 pm

Guo Ru Fashi - Dharma Talks at Dharma Drum Retreat Center Huatou Retreat in June 2009

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Dharma Talks given by Guo Ru Fashi at a Huatou Retreat he led in June 2009. This was his first time leading a retreat in the US. The talks are given in Chinese with English translation.

2009-06-19 Evening Plunge your whole life and energy into the practice.

2009-06-20 Morning Advance towards ultimate emptiness; do not attach to samadhi.

2009-06-20 Evening Raising the hautou, reciting the hautou, and asking the hautou.

2009-06-21 Morning Four stages of unification: body and mind, internal and external, time and space, previous and successive thoughts.

2009-06-22 Morning Explaining the liturgy of the morning and evening services in Buddhist temples.

2009-06-23 Morning A koan of master Yunmen Wenyan, "East mountain walks on the river". Short biography of master Dahui Zonggao.

2009-06-23 Evening Influence of Hautou method on Chinese Chan and Japanese Zen. Attitude when utilizing the Hautou method.

2009-06-24 Morning The true mind can't be conceived by words and language. You must personally experience it.

2009-06-24 Evening Instead of seeking a strategy for the practice (taking the shadow as the self), understand the true mind and form.

2009-06-25 Morning The true mind is free from life and death. There is nothing to attain and nothing to get rid of.

2009-06-25 Evening Stick the severity of life and death on the tip of your nose.

2009-06-26 Morning Instead of studying the words of the dharma, exert one's efforts on the mind ground in order to see the self nature.

2009-06-26 Evening Scolding and hitting with the incense stick are to facilitate your practice. Do not attach it and view it as mistreatment.

2009-06-27 Morning To practice this path of mind ground, you must separate yourself from the characteristics, phenomena, appearances, and forms of language, discrimination, and words.

2009-06-28 Morning The meaning of taking refuge in the three Jewels, Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Bup Mee on Sat Jul 07, 2012 5:13 pm

Dharma Podcast for Muddy Water Zen in Royal Oak, MI

Korean Taego Order (Zen)

Muddy Water Zen clergy staff currently has 5 ordained clergy members (1 Bhikkhu, 2 Sami, 2 Bup Sanim) plus other guest speakers.

Our podcast can be accessed at the podcast host here -

http://muddywaterzen.podbean.com

or via our blog at -

http://muddywaterzen.blogspot.com/searc ... rma%20Talk

and lastly, access directly in iTunes here -

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mudd ... d391269607

Thank you for your interest!

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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Pedestrian on Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:51 am

I am really getting a ton out of Norman Fischer's podcasts on Dogen's Mountain & Rivers Sutra over at Upaya (click for the first in a series) -- from last week, no less! Ain't the internet amazin'?!?
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Carol on Sat Dec 22, 2012 6:44 am

Dharma Talks by Guo Gu, a dharma heir of Chan Master Sheng Yen, at Tallahassee Chan Group.

http://www.tallahasseechan.com/talks.html
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Carol on Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:32 am

Zoketsu Norman Fisher's talks on the Lankavatara Sutra are here in a series based on Red Pine's translatiion.

Noteworthy: near the end of the 7th talk (about 1:15) he mentions Gregory Wonderwheel and credits him with clarifying the difference between the Lankavatara Sutra as an Ekayana (One Vehicle - Mind only) Sutra and the Yogacara (consciousness only) school.
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby fukasetsu on Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:14 pm

Carol wrote:he mentions Gregory Wonderwheel and credits him with clarifying


Awesome, thanks for mentioning it. :)
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Greggorious on Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:08 am

I want to find Podcasts in the Kwan um tradition. The only one I could find on itunes was the five mountain Zen order but they don't regularly post talks, most of them are from quite a few years back.
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Carol on Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:25 am

Greggorious wrote:I want to find Podcasts in the Kwan um tradition. The only one I could find on itunes was the five mountain Zen order but they don't regularly post talks, most of them are from quite a few years back.


My teacher thinks very highly of Judith Roitman, who teaches at the Kansas Zen Center in the Kwan Um tradition. I went to their web page resources link where there is some written material. They also provice a link to the main Kwan Um School website where there are a lot more resources. But I'm not seeing any podcasts either.

If you find anything, do post the link here.
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby partofit22 on Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:16 pm

Greggorious wrote:I want to find Podcasts in the Kwan um tradition. The only one I could find on itunes was the five mountain Zen order but they don't regularly post talks, most of them are from quite a few years back.


are these the ones you found on itunes?

http://www.kwanumzen.org/talks/index.html
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Pedestrian on Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:49 pm

This podcast by Norman Fischer on the Diamond Sutra is probably the most succinct encapsulation of the relationship between bodhisattvas and prajna paramita I've ever heard. It's also laugh-out-loud hilarious.
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Tallahassee Chan Group

Postby Gregory Wonderwheel on Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:52 pm

Here's the audio portal for the Tallahassee Chan Group and talks by Guo Gu who is the teacher there.

He has a recent talk posted
A Special Talk on "Teacher - Student Relationship". February 18, 2013 at TBC.


TBC is the Tallahassee Buddhist Community.

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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Guo Gu on Thu Apr 18, 2013 4:24 am

hi everyone,

sharing this video. my friend and student: rikki asher. she's a student of master sheng yen, and one of my students in the dharma teacher's training class (that master sheng yen asked me to teach since the late 90s). she just sent me this video and i'm just so proud of her! :) and thought i share since some of you may be in the education field--she's introducing meditation to queen's college. the video also gives a glimpse of dharma drum retreat center.

only 6 minutes long. starts on 20:29

i don't know how to embed videos so here it is: http://www.cuny.tv/show/studywiththebest/PR2001684

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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby littletsu on Fri Sep 26, 2014 2:07 pm

Dharma talks from Jeff Shore on his website:

http://beingwithoutself.org/dharma-talk ... files-mp3/
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Ted Biringer on Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:58 am

Eileen Kiera: A student of Thich Nhat Hanh and Robert Aitken, Roshi.
Thich Nhat Hahn acknowledged her as a dharma teacher in 1990
She's led retreats in many places in the U.S., Europe and Australia. She lives with her husband and daughter in the mountains east of Bellingham at Wild Rose Farm, the rural practice center of Mountain Lamp Community.

http://www.mountainlamp.org/audio/eenkiera.html
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Ted Biringer on Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:59 am

Jack Duffy: Given permission to teach by Robert Aitken Roshi in January 1992 and was given independent teaching status and the title of Roshi in the formal Transmission Ceremony 5 years later. Jack has been a student of Aitken Roshi since 1981 and has studied with other teachers, including Joan Rieck and Thich Nhat Hanh.

http://www.mountainlamp.org/audio/jackduffy.html
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby Carol on Tue Oct 14, 2014 1:01 am

Neither Wind Nor Flag

Genjo Marinello Osho gave this Teisho on Sept. 29th, 2014 at Chobo-Ji, the third day of Autumn Sesshin. This talk explores Case 29 of the Mumonkan, where the Sixth Chinese Zen Ancestor chastises two monks. The heart of Zen training is not found in what can be said or explained.


Carol wrote:Dharma talks given at the Seattle Rinzai Zen Temple Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Jiby Genjo Marinello Osho

Podcasts here: http://genjo.libsyn.com/

Genjo cycles through the great koan collections and the teachings of Rinzai in these talks.

History

Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Ji or "The Listening to the Dharma Zen Temple on Great Plum Mountain" was founded in Seattle,WA by Zen Master Genki Takabayashi. Genki Roshi was invited by the Seattle Zen Center (founded by Dr. Glenn Webb, at the time a University of Washington Art History professor) to become the resident teacher in the fall 1978. He accepted, and by 1983 formalized his teaching style around a small group of students and founded Cho Bo Zen Ji. Before Genki Roshi came to Seattle, he trained for nearly twenty years at Daitoku-Ji, the head Rinzai temple in Japan, founded in the fourteenth century. In addition Genki Roshi directed a Rinzai temple in Kamakura, Japan. He entered the monastery when he was eleven years old.

After twenty years of tirelessly giving himself to the transmission of Buddha Dharma to the United States, in 1997 he retired as our teacher (see Retirement Teisho), got married and moved to Montana. There he has planted the seeds for yet another American Zen group, and doing the activities he loves best, gardening, pottery, calligraphy, writing and cooking. In 1990, Genki Roshi fully ordained two priests, including Kokan Genjo Marinello Osho and Daiju Gentei Diedricks Osho, who now lives in the Bay Area. On April 8th, 2007, Genki Roshi also fully ordained Genko Ni Osho.

Genjo Osho began his Zen training in 1975, and was ordained an unsui(priest in training) in 1980. In 1981-82 he trained at RyutakuJi in Japan. Genjo Osho was formally installed as our second Abbot on Rinzai Zenji's (d.866) memorial day January 10th, 1999. In addition to being our Abbot, Genjo Osho is a psychotherapist in private practice, a certificated spiritual director from a program affiliated with the Vancouver School of Theology, married to wife, Carolyn, and devoted father to daughter, Adrienne. Our temple is in the Rinzai - Hakuin Ekaku Zenji Dharma Line, after Genki Roshi retired, Genjo Marinello Osho trained with Eido Shimano Roshi, abbot of DaiBosatsu Monastery in New York, who affirmed Genjo Osho as a Dharma Heir on May 21st, 2008. Genjo Osho-san is a member of the American Zen Teachers Association. Genjo's Dharma Talks have been published in several Dharma journals beginning with the Theosphical Society’s Quest Magazine in 1991. Genjo Osho’s commentary on Koan Practice has been translated into several languages.

Genjo Osho has served the greater Seattle community as an Adjunct Faculty member at Antioch University Seattle in Buddhist Studies, a member of the Religious Coalition for Equality, a volunteer Buddhist pastor for the Washington State Department of Corrections, a Spiritual Director associated with Anamchara ­ a Progam of Multifaith Works, and has worked repeatedly with the Church Council of Greater Seattle in interfaith trauma response to tragedies. Genjo Osho is assisted by Genko Kathy Blackman Ni-Osho, who is also a Urasenke Japanese Tea Teacher and a member of the Religious Services Advisory Committee of the Washington State Department of Corrections.
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Re: Zen Teachers' Podcasts/Audio Talks on the Web

Postby partofit22 on Wed Oct 15, 2014 12:51 pm



Beautiful talk-
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