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Ch’ing-yuan

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Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi

Transmission of Light, Case 35

 Zen Mountain Monastery, 10/13/2019

Mondo on the Second Noble Truth, ZCNYC

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Ron Hogen Green, Sensei 

Zen Center of New York City, 10/13/2019

 

Two Monastics Rolled Up the Bamboo Blinds

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Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi

Gateless Gate, Case 26

 Zen Mountain Monastery, 10/06/2019

The Persistent Illusion Of Time

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Yukon

Michael Yukon Grody, Senior Monastic

Zen Center of New York City, 10/06/2019

 

 

Dharma Encounter September 2019

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Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi

Dharma Encounter

Zen Mountain Monastery, 09/29/2019

Shugen Roshi presents the sangha with the question, how do we find our liberation within our day-to-day reality, the world of phenomena? How do the teachings of the dharma, of mountains and rivers, give us this opportunity to turn the light around so we can see our own minds with clarity? Share in this lively dialogue between Roshi and ango participants at the conclusion of the Mountains and Rivers sesshin.

To Study The Self

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ShoanDanica Shoan Ankele, Senior Monastic

Zen Center of New York City, 09/29/2019

Realization, Zen practice and everyday life, how are these all related? To study the self, a fundamental teaching from Dogen Zenji, opens many doors as it profoundly disrupts our ability to grasp at fixed definitions or to put ourselves in a box, giving us ways to develop and experience our own liberation.

Changsha’s “Returning to Mountains, Rivers, and the Great Earth”

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Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi

True Dharma Eye, Case 16

Zen Mountain Monastery, 09/28/2019

How do you turn the mountains, rivers and the great earth, and return to the self? How do we see into our own delusion, anger, resentment, and by gaining clarity also find our freedom?

Sansheng’s “Golden Fish”

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Ron Hogen Green, Sensei 

True Dharma Eye, Case 52

Zen Mountain Monastery, 09/27/2019

What is the nourishment we need to sustain ourselves, to take a good look at our own actions, to awaken and live from a realized perspective? Delusion creates suffering for ourselves and all beings, so how do we leap free, like the golden fish, from the net? Or, is living in the net just fine as it is? Hogen Sensei explores awakening, realization, and practice in the “real thing” of our lives.

Valley Sounds, Mountain Colors

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Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi

Fascicle from the Treasury of the True Dharma Eye

Zen Mountain Monastery, 09/26/2019

Master Dogen’s teachings lend themselves to our own search for meaning, for relevance, for connection with others and for an end to alienation. These ancient Zen teachings have an enduring relevance to our lives, and Roshi explores how engaging practice can open up realms of generosity, healing and wellbeing, especially when we empower ourselves and engage them.